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Deals Nov 30: 27" Dell ST2740L LCD $289.99

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Ending tonight! 27" Dell S2740L 1080p LED-backlit LCD Monitor for $289.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (noramlly $369.99).

 

Quicken Starter 2013 + TurboTax Basic 2012 for $44.98 at Dell (normally $80.98).

 

Dell Vostro 270s 2.9GHz Dual-core Slim Tower w/ 20" Dell LED-backlit LCD Monitor for $339.99 with free shipping at Dell Small Office (normally $559).

Laptops:

17.3" Dell Inspiron 17R Special Edition 1080p Core i7 "Ivy Bridge" Quad-core Laptop w/8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 32GB SSD, 2GB GeForce GT 650M, Backlit Keyboard for $999.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $1,188.99 - use $100 coupon code).

15.6" Acer Aspire V3 AMD A8 Quad-Core Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, WIndows 8 for $399.99 + shipping based on location at TigerDirect (normally $499.99).

14" Lenovo Ideapad Y400 Core i7 Quad-core Ivy Bridge Laptop w/8GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 16GB SSD, GeForce GT 650M & Windows 8 for $799 with free shipping at Lenovo Direct (normally $999 - use coupon code 7DAYSOFDEALS ).

Lowest price yet! 13.3" Dell XPS 13 Core i5 Ultrabook w/128GB SSD for $749.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $949.99 - use $50 coupon code).

11.6" Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 Convertible Ultrabook w/Tegra 3, Windows RT and 64GB SSD for $759 with free shipping at Lenovo Direct (normally $949 - use coupon code 7DAYSOFDEALS ).

Desktops:

Dell Optiplex 7010 Core i5 Ivy Bridge Quad-core Mini Tower w/3-year warranty for $566 with free shipping at Dell Small Office (normally $749 - use $25 coupon code).

HP ENVY Phoenix h9-1315t Core i7-3770 3.4GHz Quad-core Desktop w/8GB RAM, 2TB HDD, Blu-ray, Liquid cooling, 1GB Radeon HD 7570, Wireless-N & Windows 8 for $787.49 with free shipping at HP Direct (normally $1,049.99 - use 25% coupon code DT1261 ).

Alienware X51 Core i7 "Ivy Bridge" mini Gaming PC w/ Blu-ray, GeForce GTX 660 for $1,099 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $1,349 - use $100 coupon code).

Computing Hardware & Peripherals:

120GB Samsung 840 Series 2.5" SATA III SSD for $107.99 with free shipping at BeachCamera (normally $139.99).

Targus USB 3.0 Dual Video Docking Station for $159.99 with free shipping at Dell (normally $199.99).

Herman Miller Eames Wire Chair for $679.15 with free shipping, 15% off upgrades and no sales tax at Office Desgins (normally $639).

21.5" Dell E2211H 1080p LED-backlit LCD Monitor w/3-year warranty for $125.99 with free shipping at Dell Small Office (normally $179 - use extra 10% coupon code).

Home Entertainment:

60" Samsung PN60E550 1080p 3D Plasma HDTV + Samsung BD-E5900 3D Blu-ray Player Bundle for $1,299.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $1,749).

42" JVC JLC42BC3002 1080p LCD HDTV for $368 at WalMart (normally $499).

Sony STRDH830 7.1-Channel 3D Home Theater Receiver for $349.99 with free shipping at Dell (normally $399.99).

Logitech Revue With Google TV for $59.99 + shipping based on location at TigerDirect (normally $99.99 - use $20 mail-in rebate form).

Movies:

i,Robot (3D/Blu-ray/DVD) for $14.99 at Amazon (normally $20).

Terminator 2: Judgment Day/Total Recall Blu-ray for $9.96 at WalMart (normally $14).

Phones & Tablets:

HTC Windows Phone 8X Smartphone [w/new 2-year Verizon contract] + $20 eGift Card for $0 with free shipping at Best Buy Mobile Solutions (normally $99.99).

Samsung Galaxy Note II 5.6" Smartphone [AT&T] for $174.99 with free shipping at Amazon Wireless (normally $299.99).

Hosting & Domains:

iPage Webhosting starts at $1.99/month (with long-term signup).

Personal Portables and Cameras:

16.1MP Sony Alpha SLT-A37K DSLR Camera w/ 18-55mm Lens, 16GB Memory Card, Wireless Shutter Remote, Case for $498 with free shipping at BuyDig (normally $599).

Sony Alpha NEX-6 Digital Camera w/ 16-50mm Lens + 32GB Card, Case, & 7 Extra Accessories for $998 with free shipping at BuyDig (normally without accessories).

Cool Stuff:

Fossil Relic Starla Women's Watch (ZR15564) for $29 with free shipping at Ashford (normally $75).

Free Sound + Vision Magazine (2 Print Issues) via Mercury Magazines.

 

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    dgingeri , November 30, 2012 6:10 PM
    A 27" screen with 1080p resolution? Yuck. That would be so blocky it wouldn't be usable. Just, yuck.

    ew.
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    zloginet , November 30, 2012 7:20 PM
    My sony is a 52" XBR and its 1080p... there is nothing blocky about it. 1080p on a 27" would look great. What planet do you live on?
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    phate , November 30, 2012 7:28 PM
    Another deal on a glorified TV yay...not
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    dgingeri , November 30, 2012 7:57 PM
    zloginetMy sony is a 52" XBR and its 1080p... there is nothing blocky about it. 1080p on a 27" would look great. What planet do you live on?

    a planet where I have a 27" with 2560X1440 res. :)  My secondary monitor is a 24" with 1080p, and, up close, it's kind of blocky at that scale. Scaling it up would be terrible to me.
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    Anonymous , November 30, 2012 8:53 PM
    Those 27" displays are the poor mans 30" 2560 x 1600 version. Adults buy the big boys like mine.
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    MisterZ , November 30, 2012 9:18 PM
    I tried that Dell 27" and the colour depth (gamut) was terrible. It may be IPS but it's not wide gamut and my HP S-PVA looks about 10 times better.
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    MisterZ , November 30, 2012 9:19 PM
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    Those 27" displays are the poor mans 30" 2560 x 1600 version. Adults buy the big boys like mine.


    Yes, indeed soldier. You enjoy your 30 fps gaming on your 2560x1600 display and I'll enjoy my 60fps gaming on my 1680x1050 display. Unless you want to fork out for a GTX680, that is.
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    NuclearShadow , November 30, 2012 11:58 PM
    You know, while this entire article/advertisement combo is pre-written by LogicBuy it's amazing how much they neglect to actually show deals that know about and list on their website that would actually be appealing and draw more attention. No doubt Tom's gets revenue with each "deal" (They tend to be terrible) clicked. Yet you take a deal like Diablo 3 for $28 which they list on their website http://www.logicbuy.com/deals/diablo-3-game/19366.aspx but not here where PC gamers can be easily found and marketed to. Or even the EVGA 680 with SC that comes with AC3 and Borderlands 2 for $430 http://www.logicbuy.com/deals/evga-geforce-gtx-680-sc-signature-video-card/42155.aspx
    Sure it's not a great deal but it's not like the stuff that actually makes it to here ever is either. At-least the 680 would be fitting to advertise as you know this is Tom's Hardware after all.

    If I worked for Tom's and handling advertisers was up to me I would be vastly annoyed with Logic Buy as it poorly advertises. That poor advertising and the failure to draw consumers in through such obvious neglect will actually cost Tom's revenue that could have been collected if they actually advertised the right deals that would actually appeal to the members/visitors to this site.

    MisterZYes, indeed soldier. You enjoy your 30 fps gaming on your 2560x1600 display and I'll enjoy my 60fps gaming on my 1680x1050 display. Unless you want to fork out for a GTX680, that is.


    It is usually safe to assume that a person who spoils themselves with hardware will do it all around and get all high end. You don't see someone buying a i7-3970X sporting a 7770 for example. Of course those who feel the need to brag about something as minor as computer hardware (Compared to more impressive/important things in life) likely do not have anything to truly brag about.
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    MisterZ , December 1, 2012 12:22 AM
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    It is usually safe to assume that a person who spoils themselves with hardware will do it all around and get all high end. You don't see someone buying a i7-3970X sporting a 7770 for example. Of course those who feel the need to brag about something as minor as computer hardware (Compared to more impressive/important things in life) likely do not have anything to truly brag about.


    I would not say that someone who buys a 2560x1600 display is 'spoiling' themselves. These displays can now be bought for the same price that a 17" CRT monitor cost 10 years ago.
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    silky salamandr , December 1, 2012 5:49 AM
    Don't worry about soldier. He post the same stuff everywhere because he games at 2560x1600 res. I see him over in the steam fourms posting the same poor man comments. All his post always get thumbed down. I feel sorry for him.
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    NuclearShadow , December 1, 2012 10:36 PM
    MisterZI would not say that someone who buys a 2560x1600 display is 'spoiling' themselves. These displays can now be bought for the same price that a 17" CRT monitor cost 10 years ago.


    His monitor size and resolution is above par to even the average PC gamer however. Which is why he brags about it. A 30" 2560 x 1600 goes for what around $1300 on the low end. That is likely matching or exceeding the price of average builders entire rig. Not sure where you're getting the 17" CRT figure from with a 10 years ago price. 2002 really wasn't that long ago and 17" CRT's were certainly not that pricy then.


    Assuming he bought a "cheaper" monitor and spent $1300 on it I find it hard to believe that you would not consider that spoiling one's self. If you too happen to spend that much on a monitor I could see why you wouldn't think so. But as a person who could afford it but chooses to restrain to make needed pricy purchases that is spoiling in my eyes.