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Deals May 6: 15% off Dell U3014 2560x1600 30" IPS Monitor

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Ends soon! 30" Dell UltraSharp U3014 LED-Backlit IPS LCD Monitor w/2560x1600 resolution (2013 model) & 3-year warranty for $1,274.99 with free shipping (normally $1,499.99 - use 15% coupon code $PX1BGTSZ3G635 ).

Pinnacle FrontRow 175W, 8-Element Powered Soundbar with Virtual Surround Sound for $269.99 with free shipping (normally $499.99).

 

Netgear Push2TV 1080p Adapter for Intel Wireless Display at $29.99 with free shipping (normally $49.99 - use $20 mail-in rebate form).

 

HP ENVY h8-1520t Core i7-3770 3.4GHz Quad-core Desktop PC w/8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, Radeon HD 7570 & 23.6" HP 24wd 1080p LED-backlit LCD Monitor for $799.99 with $9.99 shipping (normally $999.98 - use coupon code MT7252 ).

14" HP ENVY 14t-3200 Spectre Core i5 super-slim Ultrabook w/ 1600x900 Radiance display, 128GB SSD for $1,099.99 with $9.99 shipping (normally $1,399.99).

Dell Vostro 270 Core i3 Ivy Bridge Dual-core Mini Tower w/ 21.5" LCD Monitor & Windows 7 Professional for $474 with free shipping (normally $658.99 - use coupon code 436PGNKGJK?WMK ).

Linksys SE2800 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch(Refurbished) for $31.49 with free shipping (normally $49.99 - use coupon code HSRMACCS10 ).

Polar FT7 Heart Rate Monitor w/ H1 Transmitter for $78.50 with free shipping (normally $119.95).

 

HON Allure 3301 Executive High-back chair for $266.54 with free shipping (normally $359).

 

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    Anonymous , May 6, 2013 3:06 PM
    Uhm Ive been gaming and general use on a 30 inch 2560 x 1600 for over 2 years now and it can't be beat. Worth the money if you have it. 1080 displays just don't cut it.
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    unknown9122 , May 6, 2013 3:13 PM
    If you arent doing color intensive work there is no need for such an expensive monitor.
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    10tacle , May 6, 2013 5:15 PM
    I have the $1,300+ to spend on a Dell (or HP) 30" 2560x1600 monitor for gaming. But I chose instead to get a Samsung 27" 2560x1440 and save about $700 for a future GPU upgrade or something. As one who came from a Samsung 25.5" 1920x1200 (16:10 ratio) monitor, I do not miss the fewer 16:9 vertical resolution lines when moving to the bigger monitor. Further, 30" is just too big for someone like me who games at a desk just 20" or so away from the monitor.
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    lieo12 , May 7, 2013 5:11 AM
    I like cheap deals but that should be good in quality also. I bought a mobile phone from 2 years ago in deal from http://www.prepaymania.co.uk/mobile-phone/best-deal-of-the-day.html which is working best tiil today.