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Deals July 31: Notebook Stand & Port Replicator $80

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HP Dual Hinge Notebook Stand & USB 2.0 Port Replicator Bundle for $79.98 with free shipping (normally $149.98 - use coupon code LOGICBUY20 ).

Dell XPS 8700 Special Edition 4th-gen Core i7 "Haswell" Quad-core Desktop w/ 16GB RAM, Blu-ray, GTX 650 Ti for $1,099.99 with free shipping (normally $1,549.99 - use coupon code).

 

120GB SanDisk Extreme 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s SSD for $89.99 with free shipping (normally $109.99).

Dell Inspiron 15R 4th-gen Core i5 "Haswell" Touchscreen Laptop for $799.99 with free shipping (normally $1,068.99 - use coupon code).

3TB HGST Touro Desk USB 3.0 External Hard Drive for $129.99 with free shipping (normally $179.99 - use coupon code 0730BTS32 ).

 

BioShock Infinite + BioShock 1 & 2 (PC Download) for $34.99 only (normally $50).

Dell Inspiron 15 (3521) 15.6" Dual-core Laptop w/ 4GB RAM, 320GB Hard Drive for $299.99 with free shipping (normally $349.99 - use coupon code 1?F024ZQK8XJCJ ).

HP Spectre ONE 23-e010se 23.6" Core i5 Slim All-in-one PC w/ Trackpad for $834.99 with free shippingp (normally $1,299.99 - use coupon code SVD8492 ).

27" Dell UltraSharp U2713H 2560x1440 IPS-panel LCD Monitor (Flagship 2013 Model) for $764.99 with free shipping (normally $999.99 - use coupon code 8DLLTQCTZ8SPBX ).

Microsoft Office 2010 Home & Student (1PC) [download] for $83.99 (normally $99).

JBL Creature III Self-Powered Multimedia Satellite & Subwoofer System for $69 with free shipping (normally $99).

 

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    voodoobunny , August 1, 2013 6:39 AM
    Stay away from that HGST Touro drive. I got 2 x 2 TB drives, and both are failing; HGST's site to RMA them is broken so you just can't, and they just never respond to their "email us" page.

    I may have to take legal action to force them to take back the drives. Do you want to lose all your data and have to go through that too?
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    rwinches , August 1, 2013 7:01 AM
    That's a 4TB drive for $129
    VooDoo Not enough info.
    How old are your drives?
    Are you using a UPS?
    What is the room temp?
    Who did you buy from?
    What are you using them for?