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Deals Nov 9: Free $75 with $400 Dell eGift Card

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (Xbox 360) + Xbox LIVE 12-Month Gold Card for $80.98 with free shipping (normally $100.98)

15.6" HP Pavilion dv6 Quad Edition Core i7 "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/8GB RAM, 1080p display, 2GB RADEON & Blu-ray for $899.99 with free shipping (normally $1,399 - use coupon code NBG64548)

Free $75 Dell eGift Card with $400 eGift Card purchase


Dell Inspiron 620 Core i3 3Ghz Desktop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Wireless-N for $350 with free shipping (normally $479 - use coupon code $BCLDFF1B$2009).

Laptops:

17.3" Dell Inspiron 17r-2nd Gen Core i5 2.4Ghz Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Bluetooth for $580 with free shipping (normally $689 - use coupon code $BQLLLWHJ$0WT5).

15.6" Dell Inspiron 15r-2nd Gen Core i5 2.4Ghz Laptop w/6GB RAM, 640GB HDD, Bluetooth for $550 with free shipping (normally $869 - use coupon code $BQLLLWHJ$0WT5).

15.6" Gateway AMD Quad-Core A8-3500M 1.5Ghz Laptop w/6GB RAM, ATI Radeon HD 6620G graphics for $500 with free shipping (normally $700).

15.6" Dell Vostro 3550 Core i5 2.4Ghz Laptop w/3G Mobile Broadband, 1GB Radeon HD 6630M graphics, Backlit Keyboard for $745.20 with free shipping (normally $969 - use coupon code 0CT8ZK1081R1M5).

14" Dell Inspiron 14R-2nd Gen Core i3 Laptop + Dell Inspiron Duo Convertible Tablet for $700 with free shipping (normally $1,339).

11.6" HP Pavilion dm1z 1.6Ghz Dual-Core Fusion Laptop w/720p display, 4GB RAM, 320GB HDD for $380 with free shipping (normally $450 - use coupon code NBH65483).

13.3" Apple MacBook Pro 2.3GHz Core i5 MC700LL/A Laptop w/4GB DDR3 RAM, 320GB 5400rpm HDD, SuperDrive DVD burner for $988 with free shipping (normally $1,200).

Desktops:

Dell OptiPlex 790 Core i3 3.3Ghz Mini Tower + 23" Dell LED-backlit LCD Monitor for $599 with free shipping (normally $1,060).

Computing Hardware & Peripherals:

Two (2) 24" Samsung S24A300B LED-backlit LCD Monitor for $349 (normally $400).

128GB Kingston SSDNow V100 Solid State Drive for $128 with free shipping (normally $188).

Logitech MK710 Wireless Desktop Keyboard & Mouse for $50 with free shipping (normally $72.23 - use coupon code logi_mk710_11811).

Refurbished Linksys E2500-RM Advanced Simultaneous Dual-Band Wireless-N Router for $42.74 with free shipping (normally $50 - use coupon code LOGIC5).

Canon imageCLASS LBP6300DN Monocrhome Laser Printer for $95.48 with free shipping (normally $200 - use coupon code SuperOffer1).

HP Photosmart 7510 E-All-in-One Wireless Printer for $135 with free shipping (normally $150 - use coupon code LOGIC15).

23" Dell U2312HM UltraSharp 1080p IPS-panel LCD Monitor with DisplayPort for $269 with free shipping (normally $319).

21.5" Dell U2212HM UltraSharp 1080p IPS-panel LCD Monitor with DisplayPort for $237.15 with free shipping (normally $279 - use coupon code ZXP20F740G$W11).

24" Dell UltraSharp U2412M 1080p LED-backlit IPS LCD Monitor for $339.15 with free shipping (normally $399 - use coupon code ZXP20F740G$W11).

Gaming:

Xoox 360 320GB Console Modern Warfare 3 Bundle + $50 Credit for $400 (normally $450).

PlayStation 3 Slim 160GB console + $50 Credit for $250 (normally $300).

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 (360) + $25 XBOX Live Credit for $52 (normally $84).

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Wireless Headset (360) for $55 (normally $70).

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Limited Edition Wireless Controller (360) for $45 (normally $59).

Home Entertainment:

55" LG 55LW5300 3D LED 1080p 120Hz HDTV, w/3D Blu-ray + 4 Pair of 3D Glasses for $1,580 + Free Shipping (normally $2,300).

60" Panasonic TC-P60ST30 1080p 600Hz 3D Plasma HDTV (2011 Model) + Panasonic 3D Bluray Player for $1,200 + Free Shipping (normally $1,350).

47" LG 47LK520 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for $688 + Free Shipping (normally $800).

40" TCL L40FHDF12TA 1080p LCD HDTV for $399 + Free Shipping (normally $450).

40" Sony NSX-40GT1 1080p LED Internet HDTV (powered by Google TV) + Wall Mount + HDMI for $615 + Free Shipping (normally $800).

32" Samsung UN32D4000 720p LED HDTV for $364 + Free Shipping (normally $450 - use coupon code BUYDIGCLUB15).

Panasonic SCBTT270 5.1 3D Blu-ray Home Theater System + Avatar 3D Blu-ray movie for $199 (normally $358 - use coupon code c20111073921).

Panasonic SCBTT370 5.1 3D Blu-ray Home Theater System (1000W) + Avatar 3D Blu-ray movie for $259 (normally $448 - use coupon code c20111073921).

Sony BDP-S480 Network 3D Blu-Ray Disc Player for $98 (normally $180).

Movies:

Life is Beautiful (Blu-ray) for $7 (normally $10).

3:10 to Yuma (Blu-ray) for $7 (normally $10).

The Next Three Days (Blu-ray) for $12 (normally $14).

40 Days and 40 Nights (Blu-ray) for $7 (normally $10).

The Switch (Blu-ray) for $12 (normally $15).

Good Luck Chuck (Blu-ray) for $7 (normally $10).

Michael Clayton (Blu-ray) for $6.81 (normally $10).

Phones & Tablets:

Galaxy S II SkyRocket for $125 or $75 (normally $249.99).

HTC Radar for $39.99 w/FREE activation (normally $99.99).

20% off Virgin Mobile phones with Beyond Talk Plan.

Sony Tablet S for $399 for FREE (normally $499).

Software:

Acronis True Image Home 2012 for $20.99 + $2.29 shipping (normally $49.99).

Nuance Dragon NaturallySpeaking 11.5 Home for $19.99 + $2.29 shipping (normally $99.99).

Personal Portables:

Creative ZEN Style M300 8GB MP3 Player for $59.49 with free shipping (normally $70 - use coupon code M300FF08).

Philips DS8550 Docking Speaker for iPad for $108 with free shipping (normally $173.29 - use coupon code PHILIPSFF11FALL).

Sony NEX-VG10 HD Interchangeable Lens Handycam Camcorder w/18-200m Zoom Lens for $1,499 with free shipping (normally $1,649).

Apps:

What's this? for $0 (normally $2).

Ping Analyzer - Graphical Network Ping for $0 (normally $1).

What's this? for $0 (normally $2).

PicSay Pro for $2 (normally $4).

WordWrench Full for $0 (normally $2).

Cool Stuff:

U.S. National Parks (11/11 to 11/13) for $0.

Thanksgiving Printable Party Package from Dimple Prints for $0.

Lung Cancer Awareness Bracelet for $0.

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    f-14 , November 10, 2011 2:59 PM
    why was toms writing articles about climate change studies which has nothing to do with my computer hardware when there was a deal of the day still going on they didn't even mention as well as 5 other tech articles even yahoo wrote about.
    more proof of the liberal social communist take over of the media? one none related media outlet at a time.

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    New wifi-minded carrier offers unbelievable $19 unlimited phone plan

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    When it comes to mobile carriers, consumers may have four major choices (for now), but they're all starting to look the same — and that isn't a good thing. But a new provider, Republic Wireless, headquartered in North Carolina, is shaking things up with a rather unbelievable $19 a month no-contract plan. That's $19 not just for unlimited calling and texting, but mobile data too.
    Since more smartphones mean more strain on mobile network infrastructure, consumers watch 3G data prices rise on traditional carriers, even as a plan's data allotment is cut back. So what's the catch? Republic Wireless realizes that's a question so common it's actually included a subsection asking just that on its homepage. The company keeps costs down by routing as much of its network activity as possible over wifi internet connections, which are better equipped to handle data-intensive activities like streaming music and movies with no additional cost, assuming you don't max out your home bandwidth limits. This gives the carrier's 3G networks a little bandwidth breathing room, which translates into the $19 deal. As for traditional 3G mobile data, the carrier borrows Sprint's network; if your interest is piqued, it's worth looking into the quality of Sprint's service in your area.
    But the wifi-minded carrier isn't for everyone. It employs a calculator called the Cellular Usage Index (CUI) to determine where you fall on the spectrum of mobile users. If you're a light or moderate user (one who won't put too much pressure on their networks), you're the ideal customer. But users who use up a disproportionate share of mobile bandwidth are subject to getting the boot (after a series of warnings) if they don't rein in their heavy voice and data usage.
    The good news? The vast majority of mobile customers aren't data hogs. Even if you spend all day returning calls or refreshing your inbox from the palm of your hand, odds are that you fall somewhere on the middle of the spectrum. According to the carrier, "you could consume 550 minutes, send 150 texts, and download 300 megabytes of data without crossing the community's fair use threshold," and that's not even taking wifi — which has no associated cost — into account.
    For now, Republic Wireless is limited to one handset: a tweaked version of the LG Optimus running Android 2.3. You can buy the no-contract phone for $99 through November 27 with the promo code "welcome19" before the price goes back up to a standard $199. That's not much choice as far as what you're toting around in your pocket, but it could be a small price to pay to break away from more traditional (and more expensive) carriers.
    Ready to sign up? You'll need to have a wireless network to associate with your account, since that's what makes the deal go 'round, after all. The carrier's program is currently in a limited beta, so opt in sooner rather than later to get on board. And since you'll need to ditch your existing carrier, check out our early termination fee calculator so that jumping ship doesn't cost you an arm and a leg.
    This article originally appeared on Tecca


    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/technology-blog/wifi-minded-carrier-offers-unbelievable-19-unlimited-phone-204810215.html