Ultraportables with integrated optical drives are rare beasts - the netbook world only has one, for instance - and they usually carry a pretty high price premium. That was certainly the case when the VYE S41A first arrived, complete with its convertible 7-inch touchscreen, DVD burner and 800MHz Intel A110 processor: you were looking at around $1,500 when it first launched. Now, Expansys UK have it listed for just £449.99 ($661).
Peek are really pushing their email messenger lately, with seemingly a promotion for just about every main event. Next up in the calendar is Valentine's Day, and in keeping with the loving spirit there's a two-for-one deal through Amazon.
Surprise! More HDTV deals in the week of Super Bowl. If the Sony’s HDTV and Blu-ray bundle deal is too steep for your wallet; Walmart has announced its Super Bowl/HDTV deals with much affordable units, plus a $100 gift certificate to stock up the rest of the party staples.
Walmart deals include a reduce price 32-inch Samsung LCD HDTV at $498 and a 46-inch Sony LCD at $1,298, and both unit come with an additional $100 store gift card. It's said to have discounted at the same level of Black-Friday deals, and not counting the extra $100. I don’t know if you can apply the gift discount on the purchased set, but the extra $100 should be plenty to stock up beers and chips for the big game.
According to the report, the promotion went into effect yesterday; presuming in store only, as there aren’t any online promotes to be founded, and we do not have technical details on the discounted sets.
Retailed at $269, and has previously appeared on Woot for $139.99, the first generation Memorex MVBD-2510 Blu-ray player has now sank below $100. The affordable value-pack has gone cheap, partly because of the newly announced successor MVBD-2520 with profile 2.0 enabled.
The 2nd-gen Memorex will feature additional BD Live to download extra features and online bonus content, but not be here until early summer, and will cost you a penny short of $200.
Apple's US online store has just gone live with the company's Black Friday sale, and while there's no outrageous bargains to be had - not that they were ever likely - there are still discounts in just about every range. Typical cuts include $101 off the new 13-inch late-2008 model MacBook, up to $101 off the iMac desktop, and $11 off an 8GB or 16GB iPod nano.
A lot of people like to get a head start on their holiday shopping by jumping right into the madness on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. But following the big feast, it can be difficult to drag yourself out of bed Friday morning, super early, only to stand in line after to line to maybe get a good deal. Lucky for you, we've compiled some of the greatest savings to be had this Friday and here's the really great part: you can get them all online. That means no standing out in the cold at 5 a.m. in the dark waiting for store doors to open. No squeezing through stores and sorting through picked over merchandise. Convinced yet? Then, let's get right to the savings offers you should take advantage of this Black Friday, without leaving your home.
Best Buy have begun selling MacBook and MacBook Pro laptops with $100 discounts from the list-price. The deal is not limited to the older plastic MacBook, but the new late-2008 unibody aluminum version and its more powerful Pro sibling. According to some sources, Apple stores will be matching the Best Buy pricing "for the next few days".
Sometimes it can be difficult to find audio solutions for your home that fit within a budget and produce sound quality that's worth your time. But check out these Klipsch 2-Way Black Synergy Series Surround Speakers. They're functional, formidable and fit a budget.
If you're in the market for a new GPS, you might end up spending more than you needed to. Hopefully this SlashDeal will save you some cash. Check it out! A Dash Express GPS for just $199 on Amazon right now.
Normally priced at $299, you get a $100 savings, on the Dash Express. This GPS can offer a comprehensive solution to your traffic problems. It features the Dash Driver Network with super accurate traffic information and access to the Internet from the comfort of your car.
Amazon drops a couple of surprises for Blu-Ray fans. The Pioneer DMP-BD35 and DMP-BD55 revealed at CEDIA less than a month ago; both have shown up at Amazon for preorder, and the prices are $100 cheaper than previously announced.