Posts Tagged ‘$200’
 
 
 
Best Buy Deals
 
Toshiba 32C110 32-Inch LCD HDTV (Refurbished)
Toshiba 32C110 32-Inch LCD HDTV (Refurbished)
Toshiba 32C110 32-Inch LCD HDTV (Refurbished)

Toshiba 32C110 32-Inch LCD HDTV (Refurbished) – $200 + Free Ship

When it comes to discounts on 32-Inch TVs the bar is always being raised, or perhaps it would be more clever to say lowered in this case. That's because now freshly refurbished from Best Buy you can grab this 32-Inch Toshiba LC...
 
Apple
 
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Strut Launchport
Strut Launchport

This STRUT iPad Inductive Wireless Charger Costs $1,000

If you've navigated the streets of Los Angeles, then there is a good chance that you've seen a Ranger Rover decked out with STRUT's finishing touches.  They've got a number of after market parts for a variety of cars, but for s...

 
Bag Reviews
 
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Timbuk2 Especial Tres Review

As anyone who has been "in tune" with bicycle bags and the like knows, Timbuk2 is a name to be reckoned with.  The were formed more than 23 years ago in San Francisco, and have built up an amazingly loyal follower base.  They e...
 
Displays
 
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hp_2311xi2

HP 2311xi 23-Inch IPS Display Review

If it ain't broke, don't fix it! This is a concept HP has honed to razor sharp perfection with their current crop of consumer level 23inch displays. Those elegant and debonair lines... That stunning almost volcanic glass-like f...

 
Cell Phones
 
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palm-pre-200-instant
palm-pre-200-instant

Gadget Rumor: Sprint To Offer $100 Instant Rebate On Palm PRE

Rumor has it that Sprint might now offer the Palm PRE with a $100 instant rebate as opposed to a $100 mail-in-rebate. If true, this is clearly a result of pressure from retailers such as Best Buy who have had plans to offer the...
 
Deals
 
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$200 Off On A Sony Vaio P Notebook

Verizon Wireless is offering the Sony Vaio P Notebook (or netbook) at a $200 discount. The catch?  You've gotta sign up for their Mobile Broadband and activate or renew a 2-year contract.  Then they'll send you a $200 debit car...