Archive for September 22nd, 2014
DEAL ENDS SOON. TigerDirect has the Asus 1005HA-EU2X-BK Eee PC 10-Inch Netbook for a sick price. Specs include a 10.1-inch 1024x600 LED display, 160GB HDD, 1GB RAM, webcam, 802.11n wifi, and more. It's (more…)
Dell Home has a great price today for the Black Nintendo Wii Summer Bundle, by itself. The bundle includes Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort, and 1 Black Wii Remote W/ Motion Plus & Nunchuck. It's (more…)
Newegg has a stellar price on the Garmin nuvi 205W GPS. This GPS's specs include a 4.3-inch touchscreen LCD, 1000 waypoints, FM traffic and SD card support. It's (more…)
DEAL ENDS 9/2. Newegg has the Western Digital Scorpio WD3200BEKT 320GB Hard Drive for an insane price. Features 320GB of storage, 7200rpm speed, SATA interface, 16mb cache and 2.5-inch form factor. It's (more…)
Lenovo has a stellar price today on the Lenovo Q150(40814AU) Q150 IdeaCentre Nettop Computer. Specs include a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom D510 Dual Core CPU, 2GB DDR2 RAM, 500GB HDD, 802.11n WiFi, Windows 7 Home Premium OS, NVIDIA ION 5...
Samsung's new displays are ostensibly monitors (that's what they're calling them, anyway), but with built-in HD tuners, speakers and remote controls, you're not out line calling them HDTVs too. The 90 Series and 30 Series both ...
Brando's new waterproof Wavetooth headphone system does the underwater audio thing a little differently. Other waterproof cases bring the iPod/iPhone with you, but this one might be a little safer since it stays outside the wat...
Beta testers chosen to try out Microsoft's new Fall Dashboard Update got a nice surprise today, as they were informed that they would also be beta testing the Kinect. Even with Microsoft's bonus, and despite heavy guidelines st...
Griffin's new PartyDock system is something really intriguing, since I didn't even know it was possible until now. It was discovered via an FCC filing, so Griffin isn't ready to announce it just yet. It intends to turn your iPh...
"The William" stovetop is one of the most exciting concepts I've ever seen. How come? Well, it takes the same size of the stovetops of old, but lets you cook tons of different items at once, all controlled via touchscreen. It d...