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Tuesday Deals: Just Three Days Until Christmas!

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Is everyone in a festive panic yet? This time of year brings together family and friends, and usually lots of last minute scrambling. Hopefully today's deals will help with that! As usual, a big thanks to our partner, Logic Buy, for sponsoring this post.

Laptops & Desktops

17.3" Dell Inspiron Dual-Core 2.1GHz Laptop for $449 with $9.95 shipping

15.6" Dell Inspiron 15z Dual-Core Laptop for $649 with free shipping (list $909)

15.6" ASUS G51J-A1 Core i7 Gaming Laptop for $1399 with free shipping (list $1,499)

15.6" MSI X600-031US Ultra-slim Laptop for $679.88 with free shipping (list $799.99)

13.3" Acer Aspire Timeline AS3810T-8737 Core 2 DUo 1.3GHz Laptop for $649.99 with $9.99 shipping (list $749.99)

Apple MacBook unibody Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz Laptop (newest model) for $869.99 with free shipping (list $999.99)

up to $750 Coupon on high-end ThinkPad T500 and ThinkPad X200 laptops with Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz and 2.8GHz

28% Coupon Dell Latitude E6400 and E6500 Laptops

LCD Monitors, Storage, Video Cards and Peripherals

Logitech Performance Mouse MX for $59.99 with free shipping (list $99.99)

Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX for $42.99 with free 2-day shipping (list $79.95)

Samsung 2333HD LCD HDTV (with built-in HD Tuner) for $226.99 with free shipping (list $329.99)

Kingston SSDNow 64GB SSD Bundle Kit for $104.99 with free shipping (list $149.99)

Patriot PCXL25SR Convoy XL 2-Bay SSD/2.5-inch SATA External RAID Enclosure for $28 with free shipping (list $43)

Hitachi SimpleDrive Mini SDM/500CF 500GB Portable External Hard Drive (CARBON FIBER) for $84.99 with free shipping (list $109.99)

Razer Mako THX 2.1 Speaker System for $199.99 with free shipping (list $299.99)

HP Photosmart Premium All-in-One Wireless Printer for $129.99 with free 2-day shipping (list $199.99)

Networking

ooma Telo Free Home Phone Service + $50 Amazon Gift Card for $199.99 with free shipping (list $249.99)

Seagate FreeAgent Dockstar Network Adapter for $69.99 with free shipping (list $99.99)

Home Theater, TV and Movies

52" Sharp AQUOS LC52D85U 1080p, 120Hz LCD HDTV for $1,149 with free shipping (normally $1445)

46" Toshiba REGZA 46SV670U 1080p, 240Hz LED HDTV for $1,299 with free shipping (list $1,599)

32" Hitachi Alpha 720p, LCD HDTV for $349.99 with free shipping (list $399.99)

Toshiba BDX2000 1080p Blu-ray Player for $109 with free shipping (list $199.99)

Band of Brothers on Blu-ray for $37.49 with free shipping (normally $49.99)

Family Guy Presents: Something Something Something Dark-Side on Blu-ray for $18.99

10 Feet HDMI 1.3 with Copper Shielding Metal Connector for $8.99 with free shipping

Gaming

Sony PSP-3000 Rock Band Unplugged Limited Edition Pack for $169.99 with free shipping (list $199.99)

PSP go (white or black) for $210 with free 2-day shipping (list $249.99)

Ninja Gaiden Sigma 2 (PS3) for $44.99 with free shipping (list $59.99)

Red Dead REdemption (360, PS3) for $56.99 with free $10 Amazon Gift Card (list $59.99)

EA Sports Active: More Workouts (Wii) for $29.99 with free shipping (list $39.99)

Spyborgs (Wii) for $9.99 with free shipping (list $29.99)

Portable Electronics, cameras and Phones

Motorola T307 Bluetooth Visor Mount Handsfree Speaker for $34.99 with free shipping (normally $45)

Monster iTravel Charger for iPod for $1.99 with $1.99 shipping (normally $10.49)

ZAGGsparq Portable Battery Backup & Charger for $55.99 with free shipping (normally $129.99)

Zune HD 32GB Touchscreen MP3 / Video Player for $267.99 with free shipping (normally $289.99)

Canon PowerShot G11 10-MP Digital Camera for $439 with free shipping (normally $499.99)

Creative HS-980 Fatal1ty Professional Series MK2 Gaming HEadset for $54.99 with free shipping (normally $99.99)

Cool Stuff

24 Hour Fitness 14-Day Pass for free

$4 Amazon Video on Demand Credit for free

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    Sined , December 22, 2009 6:15 PM

    Tuesday Deals: Just Three Days Until Christmas!
    3:01 PM - December 22, 2009 by Marcus Yam

    Three you say? and here i was, being led to belive christmas was on the 24th =\
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    Anonymous , December 22, 2009 6:41 PM
    Thank you America, please continue to gorge yourselves this holiday season with all the latest stuff you don't need. Don't have money to buy all the latest shiny plastic from China? Don't worry we will loan you more money at interest so that you can buy our shiny plastic. We love your money and hope to buy your country someday.
    Love China
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    zelannii , December 22, 2009 6:52 PM
    I just got half a box of 6' HDMI 1.3 cables from Amazon for %0.21 each (yes, less than a quarter each!), and a few 12' ones for $3.10. I also picked up several toslink, and a few toslink to mini-toslink (for the Macbook), for $0.37 for the 6' (2M), and $2.10 for the 12'.

    Shipping on the lot of it to eastern USA, 20 cables total, was $4.99. I also got the mini-displayport-to-HDMI adapters for under $7 and a VGA adapter for $4.

    I stocked up and got enough HDMI 1.3s so that if I put an HDTV, a set top box, and a game console in every room i have at least a basic TV today i could hook it all up, through a stereo if I wanted, and still have spare cables hanging off to hook the notebook up to. Either that, or lets just say i have enough spare cables I won't care if the baby yanks and breaks a few.

    HDMI and Toslink cables for less than the cost of a can of soda, priceless!


    Oh, btw: $400+ for a 10MP camera that isn't an SLR? what a rip...

    $150 off a Macbook ont he other hand, that's even better than the discount I can manage on my own... $850 for that machine is a great buy compared to anything Dell, HP, or Acer offer.
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    cscott_it , December 22, 2009 7:02 PM
    yamotaraThank you America, please continue to gorge yourselves this holiday season with all the latest stuff you don't need. Don't have money to buy all the latest shiny plastic from China? Don't worry we will loan you more money at interest so that you can buy our shiny plastic. We love your money and hope to buy your country someday. Love China


    Since we all know that personal debt is now outsourced to China.
    Comments like that give me such a headache.
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    rooket , December 22, 2009 9:03 PM
    yamotaraThank you America, please continue to gorge yourselves this holiday season with all the latest stuff you don't need. Don't have money to buy all the latest shiny plastic from China? Don't worry we will loan you more money at interest so that you can buy our shiny plastic. We love your money and hope to buy your country someday. Love China


    heh since when are they lending me money, I have a lot of money in the bank and i own 2 cars. plus china is a 3rd world country, all the money there is owned by foreign investors and chinese dictators.
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    rooket , December 22, 2009 9:05 PM
    zelannii $850 for that machine is a great buy compared to anything Dell, HP, or Acer offer.


    zelannii, better than anything Dell and HP offer? what planet are you from? that mac isn't even a core i7. Just do a google search and see what Dell and HP laptops are out there, they put crApple stuff to shame.
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    jerreece , December 22, 2009 9:25 PM
    rooketheh since when are they lending me money, I have a lot of money in the bank and i own 2 cars. plus china is a 3rd world country, all the money there is owned by foreign investors and chinese dictators.


    Think twice. China actually has a financial stake (and ownership) in a lot more financial firms and companies (think banks) than most Americans realize. It's a very sad, and scary truth. China has their foot into America's door in a way that you haven't realized.

    And as much of our crap is made in China these days, let's hope they don't suddenly decide to stop trading with us. We'll suddenly find a major shortage of everything we take for granted.

    As far as 3rd world country goes, you should look up how such a term is defined. Because China is one of the nuclear powers of the world, and has a larger standing army than the United States last I checked.
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    FoShizzleDizzle , December 23, 2009 1:52 PM
    The best deals right now are on Steam.

    GTA IV for $7.49, Shadow of Chernobyl for $1.99, NBA 2K10 for $13, and great deals on several more games and insane deals on value packs.