It’s Monday! Time for some handpicked gadget deals.
Wii Console with Wii Sports Resort: $174.99 (Amazon)
This package sells for around $200 just about everywhere else. Amazon is selling it for $175. Thanks to the magic of mathematics, we can deduce that to be roughly $25 in savings. It’s available in white or black to match your rumpus room’s décor.
Garmin nuvi GPS with speech recognition: $98, today only (Walmart)
The Garmin nuvi 855 features a 4.3-inch touchscreen, steering wheel remote, FM transmitter, and lane guidance.
Western Digital 500GB laptop drive: $49.99, today only (Newegg)
Set your love for making complex spreadsheets ablaze with 500 gigabytes worth of portable storage. Use coupon code EMCZYYS42 to knock $10 off the price of this spacious Western Digital hard drive. Deal ends today.
Iomega 1TB desktop external hard drive: $59.99 (Staples)
Sharp Aquos 32-inch HDTV: $329.99 (Dell)
Free shipping, too.
Logitech Z-2300 THX 2.1 speaker system: $89.99, today only (Amazon)
The deal is good today only.
Skype 400 free minutes to landlines all over the world (Skype)
Skype wishes itself a happy 7th birthday by giving away 400 minutes of free calls to its 34 most popular countries around the world. There aren’t too many other 7-year-olds who give away free long distance calls. Most of them are like, “Gimme, gimme, gimme! It’s MY birthday!”
HP Deskjet D1660 printer: $19.99 (HP.com)
Now how in the world does HP expect to make any money by selling its printers for $20? Oh, right. Ink cartridges. The 440-page tri-color cartridge costs more than twice what the entire printer costs when ordered directly from HP. Touché, HP.
Dell 1320c color laser printer: $149.99 (MacMall)
This one’s $150 after a $50 mail-in rebate—mail-in rebates being only slightly less painful than kidney removal, coincidentally.
Refurbished Sony touchscreen e-book reader: $95.99 (Sony)
The refurbished 5-inch model can be had for $80, too.