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Deals Dec 28: External USB 3.0 Blu-ray Burner $89.99

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Start your weekend with a spot of online shopping thanks to these hot deals from our partner, LogicBUY.

Top Deals

 

Ending tonight! Memorex External USB 3.0 Blu-ray Burner Optical Drive (98839) for $89.99 with free shipping at TigerDirect (normally $149.99).

 

4TB Western Digital MyBook Essential USB 3.0 Desktop Hard Drive (WDBACW0040HBK-NESN) for $179 free shipping at B&H Photo (normally $249.99).

 

10.1" Samsung Galaxy Note 16GB Wi-Fi Tablet (Refurbished, Black) for $399.99 with free in-store pickup at Walmart (normally $449).

Laptops:

15.6" Dell Inspiron 15z Core i5 Ivy Bridge Ultrabook w/ $150 Gift Card for $699.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $938.99 - use coupon code 07J3ZFPC$14XS$ ).

14" Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch Core i5 900p Ultrabook w/ 128GB SSD for $1,319.12 with free shipping at Lenovo Direct (normally $1,499 - use 12% coupon code NEWYEAR ).

14" Dell XPS 14 900p Core i5 Ultrabook w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD + 32GB SSD, 1GB GeForce GT 630M, Windows 8 & $200 Gift Card for $999.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $1,199.99 - use $200 coupon code).

Desktops:

20" HP ENVY 20-d010t TouchSmart 2.8GHz Dual-core All-in-One PC for $649.99 with free shipping at HP Direct (normally $799.99 - use coupon code REDTAGPC ).

Apple Mac mini Core i5 Ivy Bridge (newest model) + Parallels Desktop 8 for $564.80 with free shipping at B&H (normally $659).

Computing Hardware & Peripherals:

6TB Western Digital My Book Studio Edition II Quad Interface External Hard Drive (WDH2Q60000N) for $339 with free shipping at B&H (normally $399).

Refurbished Linksys WES610N Wireless Ethernet Bridge with 4-Port Switch for $56.49 with free shipping at Cisco Store (normally $89.99 - use coupon code HSDISH5 ).

HP LaserJet Pro 200 M276nw Multi-Function Printer for $349.99 with free shipping at HP Direct (normally $449.99 - use coupon code RTSPRINT12 ).

Today only! 256GB Crucial M4 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s SSD (CT256M4SSD2) for $159.99 with free shipping at Amazon (normally $199.99).

Style@Work Elmhart Executive Task Chair (Cherry/Espresso) for $79.99 with free shipping at OfficeDepot (normally $149.99 - use coupon code 367597258 ).

Thomasville Style@Work Vanarro Executive Chair for $134.99 with free shipping at OfficeDepot (normally $279.99 - use coupon code 638416446 ).

Home Entertainment:

60" LG 60PA5500 1080p Plasma HDTV for $799.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $1,099.99).

55" LG 55LM4600 1080p 3D 120Hz LED HDTV for $799.99 with free shipping at Walmart (normally $999).

32" Vizio E3D320VX 1080p 3D LCD HDTV w/ built-in WiFi for $298 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $348).

Movies:

X-Men Trilogy (Blu-ray) for $29.99 with free shipping at Amazon (normally $39.99).

No Country for Old Men (Blu-ray) for $7.99 at Amazon (normally $12).

Phones & Tablets:

Droid RAZR MAXX 4G LTE [2-year Verizon contract] (new or upgrade) for $0 with free shipping at Best Buy Mobile Solutions (normally $49).

10.1" Lenovo IdeaTab S2110 32GB Android 4.0 Tablet w/ Keyboard Dock for $463.20 with free shipping at Lenovo Direct (normally $579 - use 20% coupon code NEWYEARDEAL ).

Personal Portables and Cameras:

Canon Powershot SX40 HS 12.1MP Digital Camera + 16GB Memory Card for $279 with free shipping at BuyDig (normally $349 - use coupon code VMEPROMO ).

64GB Apple iPod 5G Blue touch for $359 with free shipping at BuyDig (normally $399 - use coupon code VMESAVES40 ).

Cool Stuff:

Electronic House Magazine (Digital Issues).

Free Vistaprint Photo Wall Calendar (shipping & handling additional) (normally $15.99).

Victorinox Swiss Army Grip Series Nomad Knife for $24.95 with free shipping at BuyDig (normally $39).

Crosman Doomsday Bug-Out Survival Kit for $60 at Walmart (normally $140).

Dean Custom Zone Electric Guitar for $160 with free shipping at BuyDig (normally $199 - use coupon code digholiday5 ).

Victorinox Swiss Army Travel Alarm Watch (241461) for $190 plus free shipping at Ashford(normally $550 ñ use coupon code AFFSAVE25).

 

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    NuclearShadow , December 29, 2012 6:49 AM
    I can't see the point of burning data/media anymore. It made sense before as it was pretty much the only reasonable method of backing up or transferring data. Nowadays we have cheap, easy, and reliable storage solutions and if it is for media purposes any decent modern hardware from PCs to TVs can access it via USB.

    While on the other hand discs are fragile, consumed causing you to eventually need to buy more, and can be quite costly. I have a stack of years old unused blank Cd's and DVDs just sitting around and the same would happen if I bought a blu-ray burner too.