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The SlashGear Black Friday Deal Guide of Complete Excellence

The SlashGear Black Friday Deal Guide of Complete Excellence

So you'd like some deals, yes? I'd like some deals, we'd ALL like some deals. But do you want to go out into the streets and risk getting punched in the face, that's the real question. Here at SlashGear, we know your pain. We know you want to get a sweet discount on your favorite device, service, or strange product (my favorite), but you want to know if you're going to have to jump out of bed to do it, or if you're going to be able to just chill in your Turkey-basted leftovers haze. Therefor the first way we're separating deals here in The SlashGear Black Friday Deal Guide of Complete Excellence is in two categories: Online and In the Streets. This is also a LIVE post, meaning we'll be adding to it as that faithful day approaches.

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Pentax Optio RS1000 and Optio RZ10 digicams revealed

Pentax Optio RS1000 and Optio RZ10 digicams revealed

Pentax's other new cameras of the day are the point-and-shoot Optio RS1000 and Optio RZ10, the former offering gobfuls of customization thanks to eleven included 3M adhesive vinyl skins (and an app to help you create more) along with its 14-megapixel sensor and 4x optical zoom, while the RZ10 packs 14-megapixels as well but scales up to a 10x optical zoom.  Both are capable of recording 720p HD video.

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I-O Data USB2-TJC brings TransferJet to the masses

I-O Data USB2-TJC brings TransferJet to the masses

Adoption of Sony's TransferJet wireless technology hasn't exactly been overwhelming, in no small part because the company themselves have been a) the only people using it, and b) not including it in every digital camera, camcorder, netbook and notebook they make.  I-O Data has obviously had enough waiting, since they're bringing out a USB TransferJet adapter that will allow any PC or Mac to transfer content using the proprietary standard.

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Toshiba plan standardized WiFi SDHC cards for digicams

Toshiba plan standardized WiFi SDHC cards for digicams

Toshiba are looking to bring the wireless camera storage fight to Eye-Fi's door, with the announcement that they're setting up the "Standard Promotion Forum for Memory Cards Embedding Wireless LAN".  A collaboration with Trek 2000, the SPFMCEWL group would promote a standardized WiFi-enabled SDHC card that would communicate with the camera with cross-manufacturer consistency, wirelessly transferring its 8GB of storage to remote servers or directly to other cameras.

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Canon IXUS 300 HS digicam: 10MP with 720p HD & HDMI [Update: US launch too]

Canon IXUS 300 HS digicam: 10MP with 720p HD & HDMI [Update: US launch too]

If we're blunt, Canon's new IXUS 300 HS point-and-shoot doesn't quite have the appeal of Sony's new NEX pair, but it promises to be a whole lot more affordable (and approachable for mainstream users) than the interchangeable lens models.  The IXUS 300 HS packs a 10-megapixel CMOS sensor and a 3.8x optical zoom, and can capture 720p HD footage or 240fps super-slow-motion video.

Update: Canon USA have announced the same camera, only as the Canon PowerShot SD4000 IS Digital ELPH.  It'll arrive in the US at the end of May 2010, priced at $349.99.

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AirStash WiFi memory card reader launches

AirStash WiFi memory card reader launches

AirStash may be a reasonably stupid name, but the gadget itself is pretty clever.  Ostensibly an oversized memory card reader for your SD/SDHC and microSD/SDHC media, the AirStash works just as you'd expect when plugged in via USB but, when unplugged, has a WiFi connection so that you can wireless stream content to an iPhone, iPod touch or any wireless-enabled gadget with a browser.

Video demo after the cut

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