Morning tech deals highlights

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Game Consoles – I don’t know why Dell decided to become the place to buy Xbox 360s and PlayStation 3s, but I like it: Xbox starts at $160 for Arcade, but I’d go $240 for the Pro. 80GB PS3 for $320. [Slickdeals]

Sander – Craftsman 0.5 amp 3D sander for $5. I don’t even need one and I’m about to get it. [Dealoco]

Camcorder – Canon FS100 flash memory camcorder for $250, shipped. It’s like a Flip that actually has controls and optical zoom! (I kid.) [Dealhack]

Netbooks – Dell has some refurbished Mini 9s in stock for as low as $220. A fine deal, and I’m sure they’re just returns for people who didn’t realize what a netbook could and couldn’t do. Maybe. I actually went through the entire checkout process but couldn’t get the coupon to work. [Dealnews]

HDTV – Costco members can get the Westinghouse TX-52F480S for $1,200 shipped or $1,100 for in-store pick-up. It’s a 52-inch 1080p LCD television. [Dealnews]

iPod Dock – That cute ghostly iBoo dock that looks a little like Pac-Man enemies is available for about $100. [Dealnews]

Art Set – That 101-piece art set from Boscovs is still on sale for $20, shipped. This sort of thing was a treasure to me when I was younger. [Dealnews]

R/C Car – Today’s Woot is an Ed Hardy 1:12 Scale RC Car for $45, shipped.

Photo: Thomas Hawk

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2 Responses to Morning tech deals highlights

  1. Agies says:

    I’ve had good experiences with Dell refurbs. Both my desktop and laptop are refurbished computers bought from Dell. The only caviat I can offer is that if it comes to you with a problem don’t send it in for repairs, send it back for a replacement. The first laptop I received had a very odd problem where it wouldn’t power up at room temperature (65f). I sent it into the repair depot twice before just returning it. Ended up getting a better system by doing so.

  2. strider_mt2k says:

    So the guy from Brighthand is into RC cars now?

    Who knew?

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