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Deals for May 24: 24'' Dell ST2420L 1080p $189

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15.6" HP Pavilion dv6t Select Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/6GB RAM, 640GB HDD & NIS 2011 for $699.99 with free shipping (normally $899.99 - use $50 coupon code).

24" Dell ST2420L 1080p LED-backlit HDMI LCD Monitor for $189.99 with free shipping (normally $259).

1TB Buffalo DriveStation Axis External Hard Drive for $54.99 with free shipping (normally $79).

32" Vizio M320VT 1080p LED-backlit LCD HDTV for $389.99 with free shipping (normally $580).

Laptops:

17" Apple MacBook Pro MC024LL/A Core i5 2.53GHz Notebook w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, GeForce GT 330M, 1080p screen for $1,749 with free shipping (normally $2,199).

16.4" Sony VAIO VPCF13WFX/BC Core i7 1.73GHz Blu-ray Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD + 4GB Xbox 360, Headset & DC Universe Online game for $999 with $5 shipping (normally $1,399 - valid for students only).

15.6" Dell XPS 15z Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/6GB RAM, 500GB 7200RPM HDD, 1080p LCD & 2yr warranty for $1,099.99 with $9 shipping (normally $1,338).

15.6" HP Pavilion dv6t Select Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/6GB RAM, 640GB HDD & NIS 2011 for $699.99 with free shipping (normally $899.99 - use $50 coupon code).

14.5" HP ENVY 14 Core i5-480 2.66GHz Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD & 1GB Radeon HD 5650M for $749.99 with free shipping (normally $999 - use 25% coupon code).

14" Lenovo Essential G470 Core i3-2310M 2.1GHz "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD for $499 with free shipping (normally $749 - use coupon code USPG425524).

14" Dell Latitude E6420 Core i7-2620M 2.7GHz "Sandy Bridge" Business-rugged Laptop w/4GB RAM for $819 with free shipping (normally $1,260 - use coupon code 11S7$HMH02FCM8).

14" HP Pavilion dm4x Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz Dual-core "Sandy Bridge" Ultra-thin Laptop w/6GB RAM, 640GB HDD & 1GB Radeon HD 6470M for $699.99 with free shipping (normally $899.99 - use coupon code NB1122).

13.3" Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Core i3-2310M 2.1GHz "Sandy Bridge" Ultra-thin Laptop w/4GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Gorilla glass screen, Backlit & Spill-resistant keyboard for $1,199 with free shipping (normally $1,585).

Ending today! Extra $50 Coupon for Dell Vostro Laptops: 13.3-inch 3350, 14-inch 3450, 15.6-inch 3550, 17.3-inch 3750 & Ultra-thin 13.3-inch V130 Laptop over $599 (use coupon code).

11.6" Lenovo IdeaPad S205 1.6GHz Dual-core AMD Fusion Laptop w/3GB RAM, 320GB HDD & Radeon HD 6310M for $379 with free shipping (normally $599 - use coupon code USPS27519).

Desktops:

HP Pavilion Elite h8xt Core i7-2600 3.4GHz Quad-core "Sandy Bridge" Desktop w/8GB RAM, 1.5TB HDD, 1GB Radeon HD 6450, Beats Audio for $849.99 with free shipping (normally $1,049.99 - use coupon code 50LOGIC).

Dell XPS 8300 Core i5-2300 2.8GHz Quad-core "Sandy Bridge" Desktop w/6GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Blu-ray & 1GB Radeon HD 5450 for $699.99 (normally $929 - use coupon codes LM?BF7P$FR9KCK).

23" HP TouchSmart 610t Core i3-540 3.06GHz All-in-one Multi-touch PC w/6GB RAM, 750GB HDD for $749.99 with free shipping (normally $1,149.99 - use $400 coupon code).

Computing Hardware & Peripherals:

120GB OCZ Vertex 2 3.5" 120GB SATA II MLC Internal Solid State Drive (OCZSSD3-2VTX120G) for $169.99 with free shipping (normally $199 - use $30 rebate form).

120GB Intel 510 Series 2.5" SATA III MLC Solid State Drive (SSDSC2MH120A2K5) for $229.99 with free shipping (normally $275 - use $30 mail-in rebate).

ASUS EAH6850 Radeon HD 6850 1GB GDDR5 Video Card + Shogun PC Game for $139.99 with free shipping (normally $199 - use coupon code EMCKEHF42 and $20 rebate form).

Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700 Keyboard & Mouse for $39.99 with free shipping (normally $69 - use coupon code logi_mk700_52411).

1TB Buffalo DriveStation Axis External Hard Drive for $54.99 with free shipping (normally $79).

24" Dell ST2420L 1080p LED-backlit HDMI LCD Monitor for $189.99 with free shipping (normally $259).

Two (2) Dell UltraSharp U2211H 1080p IPS-panel LCD Monitor + Array Table Stand Bundle for $630 with free shipping (normally $788 - use coupon code XBMF$GQJPXQ7S5).

Gaming:

XBOX 360 Live 60GB Starter Pack [60GB Hard Drive, Headset, Live gold] for $49.99 with free shipping (normally $65).

Nintendo DSi w/ Starter Kit Bundle for $149.99 (normally $184.99).

Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days [PS3] for $9.99 (normally $19).

Spore [PC/Mac Download] for $7.98.

Dead Space [PC Game Download] for $7.98.

Home Entertainment:

50" LG 50PV450 1080p Plasma HDTV for $873 with free shipping (normally $999 - use coupon code LOGICBUY15)).

50" Panasonic Viera TC-P50S30 1080p 600Hz Plasma HDTV + Wallmount for $914 with free shipping (normally $1,069 - use coupon code LOGICBUY15).

42" Panasonic Viera TC-P42GT25 42" 1080p THX 3D Plasma HDTV for $779 with $50 shipping (normally $1,199).

32" Vizio M320VT 1080p LED-backlit LCD HDTV for $389.99 with free shipping (normally $580).

Up to 75% off Pinnacle Home Theater Speaker System Sale.

The Best of Blu-ray - Action (Troy Director's Cut / Blood Diamond / Wyatt Earp / Alexander Revisited The Final Cut) for $51 with free shipping (normally $65).

The Godfather - The Coppola Restoration Giftset [4 Discs Blu-ray] for $55 with free shipping (normally $70).

Mummy Trilogy (The Mummy | The Mummy Returns | The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor) [Blu-ray] for $34.49 with free shipping (normally $55).

Back to the Future: 25th Anniversary Trilogy [Blu-ray] for $40 (normally $55).

Personal Portables:

Refurbished Logitech Squeezebox Radio All-in-one WiFi Network Internet Radio (Black) for $119.99 with free shipping (normally $149 - use coupon code logi_radio_52411).

Dell Streak 7-inch Android Tablet [$299 WiFi | $179 2yr contract | $449 4G Unlocked].

T-Mobile Prepaid Phones with Free $30 prepaid refill card.

4.5" Samsung Infuse 4G Android Smartphone [new 2-year AT&T contract] for $100 with free shipping (normally $200). Apps

iOS

Duel: Blade & Magic for $0 (normally $8.99).

MadMaks for $0 (normally $0.99).

Cool Stuff & Freebies:

Tapas at Macaroni Grill for $0.

Kids meal at Chili's Restaurant for $0

Admission to the Smithsonian Museum for $0.

Second Waffle Ice Cream Cone (at Bruster's) for $0.

3.75 oz Bakery Fresh Marshmallow Treat (at QuickChek) for $0.

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    reggieray , May 25, 2011 2:18 AM
    I still prefer my 1920 x 1200 monitor over 1080p (1920 x 1080) probably no real difference, 120 pixels, but still/
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    dragonsqrrl , May 25, 2011 4:39 AM
    ReggieRayI still prefer my 1920 x 1200 monitor over 1080p (1920 x 1080) probably no real difference, 120 pixels, but still/

    120 additional vertical pixels adds up to a lot more screen real estate. I guess it all depends on the main function of your monitor. The additional space definitely helps when I'm working, but I'd still prefer 1080p for movies.
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    beckstrom12 , May 25, 2011 5:56 AM
    ReggieRayI still prefer my 1920 x 1200 monitor over 1080p (1920 x 1080) probably no real difference, 120 pixels, but still/

    1920 x 1200 = 2,304,000 pixels
    1920 x 1080 = 2,073,600 pixels
    your 120 pixels actually equals 230,400 more pixels ;) 
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    Ragnar-Kon , May 25, 2011 7:05 AM
    I use two 1920x1200 monitors at work and a set of three 1920x1080 monitors at home.

    Honestly I don't even notice a difference between the two. But this is coming from someone who used a single 13" CRT 1024x768 monitor for 4+ years--I have so much screen real estate right now I don't even know what to do with it all.
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    virtualban , May 25, 2011 11:32 AM
    I was always using multiple applications, since the 486 area. The number of applications at once has grown as computers grew, screen sizes grew etc. My 15" P3 had 1280x1024, and even 1600x1200 at 43 Hz if I needed more. My P4 had 1600x1200 by default on 17" CRT also, till I got an extra screen. Been dual screening ever since. And then at work got 3 screens on 2 computers with synergy software in between them. At first I did not use fully the screen space, but then used it and still have plenty of windows overlapping on normal work time. I have forgotten the alt/win + tab now, so much I got used to the new spaces. When I get back home I feel like being put on a box on just 2 monitors. Got 2 computers, but they are on different rooms. I always plan on moving them close together, and never do it due to pressure from my fiancee.
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    fir_ser , May 26, 2011 1:45 PM
    The 1TB Buffalo DriveStation is a good deal.