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Monday Deals: Pre-Black Friday Edition Vol. 1

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It's Black Friday week -- are you ready for mad crazy shopping?

As usual, a big thanks to our partners Logic Buy for sponsoring this post. Be sure to let us know if you take advantage of any of these deals and how it works out for you!

Laptops and Desktops

HP dv6t Quad Core i7 15.6" Laptop with Blu-ray for $903.99 with free shipping after coupon code (list $1,303.99)

HP dv7t Quad Core i7 17.3" Laptop with Blu-ray for $949.99 with free shipping after coupon code(list $1,349.99)

HP dv7-3080us Core i7 17.3" Laptop for $1,282 with free shipping after coupon code (list $1,479.99)

HP dv8t Quad Core i7 18.4" Laptop for $1,049.99 with free shipping after coupon code (list $1,449.99)

HP G71t 2.1GHz Dual-Core 17.3" Laptop for $474.99 with $29 shipping after coupon code (list $599.99)

16" HP G60t 2.1GHz Dual-Core Laptop for $427.49 with $29 shipping (list $549.99)

Acer AOD250-1633 10.1" Netbook with Windows 7 for $314.99 with free shipping after coupon (list $379.99)

Dell Vostro A860 15.6" 2.13Ghz Laptop for $319 with $25 shipping (list $429.99)

HP Slimline s5280t Core 2 Quad Desktop for $522.49 with free shipping after coupon (list $799.99)

HP Elite e9270t Core i5 Desktop for $854.99 with free shipping after coupon (list $1,149.99)

LCD Monitors, Storage, Video Cards and Peripherals

Samsung S2 640GB Portable Hard Drive for $99.99 with free shipping (list $129.99)

Logitech Speaker System Z523 for $64.99 with free shipping after coupon (list $99.99)

Logitech X-540 5.1 Speaker System for $59.99 with free shipping after coupon (list $99.99)

Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX for $42.99 with free shipping (list $79.99)

Seagate Expansion 2TB USB External Hard Drive for $149.99 with free shipping (list $179.99)

Logitech Premium 4-port USB Hub for $7.99 with free shipping (list $24.99)

Networking

Dell PowerEdge T100 2.7GHz Dual-Core Server for $249 with $25 shipping (list $686)

Intel SS4200-E 1.6Ghz Network Storage Server for $149.99 with free shipping (list $219.99)

HP MediaSmart LX195 640GB Home Server for $199.99 with free shipping (list $399.99)

LG N4B1 4-Bay Network Storage with built-in Blu-ray Re-writer for $299.99 plus FREE shipping (list $499.99)

Home Theater, TV and Movies

Sony BRAVIA KDL46W5100 46" 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for $1,177.96 with free shipping (list $1,699.99)

Sony BRAVIA KDL46V5100 1080p 46" LCD HDTV with PlayStation 3 slim or Sony Blu-ray Player for $999.99 with free shipping (list $1,599.99)

Sony BRAVIA KDL-52W5100 52" 120Hz 1080p LCD HDTV with Sony BDP-S560 1080p Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player for $1341.85 with free shipping (llist $2,099.99)

Samsung LN46A860 46" 120Hz 1080p LCD HDTV for $999 with free shipping (list $2,699.99)

Samsung AQUOS 46" 120Hz 1080p LCD HDTV for $834.72 with free shipping (list $1,599.99)

Spaceballs on Blu-ray for $8.99 with $2.95 shipping (normally $29.99)

Quantum of Solace on Blu-ray for $9.99 with $2.95 shipping (normally $39.99)

Gaming

Band Hero, DJ Hero or Guitar Hero 5 bundle with $40 Amazon Gift Card

Nintendo Wii console for $179 with free shipping (list $199.99)

Sony PSP 3000 slim for $149.99 with free shipping (list $179.99)

Sony PlayStation 3 Slim 250GB for $329.99 with free shipping after coupon (normally $349.99)

Ghostbusters: Slimer Edition for PS3, XBOX 360, Wii for $29.75 with free shipping (normally $69.99)

Portable Electronics, cameras and Phones

Garmin Nuvi 1300 4.3" GPS for $158 (normally $249.99)

TomTom XL 340 4.3" GPS for $97 with free TomTom Leather case (normally $229.99)

Plantronics Discovery 975 Bluetooth Headset for $84.99 with free shipping (normally $129.99)

Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset for $44.99 with free shipping (normally $129.99)

Plantronics Voyager Pro Bluetooth Headset for $69.99 with free shipping (normally $99.99)

Cool Stuff

OAKLEY A Wire black iridium Sunglasses for $89 (list: $145)

$3 Amazon MP3 credit for free with coupon code

Restaurant.com $25 Gift Certificate for $3 after 70% coupon code

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    kyeana , November 23, 2009 9:22 PM
    Quote:
    Dell PowerEdge T100 2.7GHz Dual-Core Server for $249 with $25 shipping (list $686)


    Wow...that is pretty damn tempting..
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    scook9 , November 23, 2009 9:31 PM
    Right after my brother says he wanted Quantum of Solace for christmas :) 

    ordered!
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    rambo117 , November 23, 2009 11:17 PM
    geeez, the Logitech X540 is really tempting at 60 bucks. May have to add that to my christmas list... :) 
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    Onyx2291 , November 23, 2009 11:19 PM
    HP Elite e9270t Core i5 Desktop for $854.99

    For what pre-builts usually go for... That's.. Not too bad at all. Too bad it will be filled with all that useless junk.
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    XD_dued , November 23, 2009 11:46 PM
    just got x540 speakers :) 
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    Honis , November 23, 2009 11:47 PM
    Onyx2291HP Elite e9270t Core i5 Desktop for $854.99For what pre-builts usually go for... That's.. Not too bad at all. Too bad it will be filled with all that useless junk.
    I'd be more worried about the high mortality rate of HPs.

    I bought the Spaceballs Blu-Ray.

    I usually don't like adverts being posted as news but you guys are handling this very well! Keep them coming! (Please!)
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    JohnnyLucky , November 23, 2009 11:52 PM
    There's nothing in the list that I want. I'll have to send Santa a letter.
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    Shadow703793 , November 24, 2009 12:54 AM
    Me want an Intel X25-M 80GB for $220. Is that too much to ask? :cry: 

    Anyways, the HP dv7t Quad Core i7 17.3" Laptop with Blu-ray looks like a pretty good deal.
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    mayne92 , November 24, 2009 2:05 AM
    Holy shit! There are some great deals on here! Would love the dell server!
    kyeanaWow...that is pretty damn tempting..

    Woah! Tell me about it!...
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    mayne92 , November 24, 2009 2:07 AM
    Samsung LN46A860 46" 120Hz 1080p LCD HDTV for $999 with free shipping (list $2,699.99)

    Talk about a deal! Almost makes me worried to buy...
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    Onyx2291 , November 24, 2009 5:53 AM
    HonisI'd be more worried about the high mortality rate of HPs.I bought the Spaceballs Blu-Ray. I usually don't like adverts being posted as news but you guys are handling this very well! Keep them coming! (Please!)


    Yeah I have one at the moment and I've had to send it in twice. Had it for 2 years now. I don't want one in the future. Just saying for what that is, not considering the company etc.
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    cappster , November 24, 2009 11:06 AM
    Keep the good deals coming! I bought my G9 mouse last week from one of these listings and love it. Now, if I only had 1,000 dollars for that TV + PS3 deal.
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    zelannii , November 24, 2009 12:29 PM
    Vol 1 was a bust, nothing I'm after. Why not actually have a CAMERA in the cameras section next time... or a monitor under Monitors... Surprised the $450 discount for the Macbook Air from MacMall didn't make the list, nor any of the super cheap Netbooks... (like the Eee from one of the office stores).

    46" TV for 1700? similar TV lacking the useless 120hz option with a PS# for $999? I bought a 42" 1080p 60hz a 3 months ago for $500... 46" was only $200 more then. (was not a Sony, but I'd call that a plus!)

    Hopefully Vol 2, 3, etc will be more worth while.

    btw: that Dell "Server", its a E5400, 800MHz frontside on a 1066 bus (pointless) without VT, only 2MB cache, a cheap SATA HDD and and 1GB of 800MHz single ranked non-ECC DIMM, no RAID 5 support (even onboard), since it only supports 2 internal HDDS... A Barebones systems from just about anyone else would be a more powerful, more configurable system for less money and make a better server. Slapping the title "server" on a low end desktop that lacks a video card does NOT mean anyone should EVER use it for a server (especially that properly configured with a backup systems and base server software, enough RAM to justuify 64Bit, and 2 HDDs, this box retails for over $11,000. NO, that is NOT a typ0. A $290 server is an $11,000 system once Microsoft and Backup licenses, DR media, and RAID 1 drives get included (and you can't put 2 NICs in it as configured!) Why not simply go up a grand or two to a REAL server if you're already spending that much... and take advantage of hot swap drives, RAID and server hardware monitoring. Stupid, stupid, stupid...
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    kyeana , November 24, 2009 2:02 PM
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    btw: that Dell "Server", its a E5400, 800MHz frontside on a 1066 bus (pointless) without VT, only 2MB cache, a cheap SATA HDD and and 1GB of 800MHz single ranked non-ECC DIMM, no RAID 5 support (even onboard), since it only supports 2 internal HDDS... A Barebones systems from just about anyone else would be a more powerful, more configurable system for less money and make a better server. Slapping the title "server" on a low end desktop that lacks a video card does NOT mean anyone should EVER use it for a server (especially that properly configured with a backup systems and base server software, enough RAM to justuify 64Bit, and 2 HDDs, this box retails for over $11,000. NO, that is NOT a typ0. A $290 server is an $11,000 system once Microsoft and Backup licenses, DR media, and RAID 1 drives get included (and you can't put 2 NICs in it as configured!) Why not simply go up a grand or two to a REAL server if you're already spending that much... and take advantage of hot swap drives, RAID and server hardware monitoring. Stupid, stupid, stupid...


    Of course it isn't going to be a fully super powerful server, thats not the point. However, throw a linux server OS on there and upgrade the hard drives and set them up in raid 1, and you have a wonderfully cheap media server for you home.

    For 250$ plus the cost of whatever hard drives you decide to go with, you really can't beat that price
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    pender21 , November 24, 2009 2:04 PM
    WOW, Sony PS3 and 46" Bravia TV for $1000. Can't beat that
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    pender21 , November 24, 2009 2:09 PM
    WoW, Samsung 46" A860 TV for $1000. That thing usually costs $3000.
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    HolyCrusader , November 24, 2009 3:05 PM
    Every holiday season, with all of the holiday "deals", about 95% of the specials are not that impressive or are for very low-quality items.

    That Dell "server" above is a great example of the typical 95%. For the price they're asking for it, I could easily build a computer that would not only be better, but it would also not be hobbled by the propitiatory case & hardware that Dell loves to use for the majority of their computers.
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    kyeana , November 24, 2009 4:22 PM
    ^prove it and post a link (and that isn't meant to shoot you down, if you can build another computer for cheaper i would like to see it cause im in the market for a home media server)
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    Anonymous , November 24, 2009 5:51 PM
    HP dv6t Quad Core i7 15.6" Laptop with Blu-ray for $903.99 with free shipping after coupon code (list $1,303.99)

    HP dv7t Quad Core i7 17.3" Laptop with Blu-ray for $949.99 with free shipping after coupon code(list $1,349.99)


    Is it just me or are the discounts not adding up? I clicked on them both and added the coupon and nowhere near those prices.
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    rambo117 , November 24, 2009 10:16 PM
    XD_duedjust got x540 speakers

    how do they perform? really tempted....