Morning Deals Round Up

• Dell Home is selling the Inspiron E1505 Dual Core Notebook for $699 (and you can usually find a $35 off coupon on eBay with little trouble). While it’s not much of a gaming machine, it’s a fine notebook for pretty much anything else at a very fair price. Our only suggested upgrade? A faster 7200RPM hard drive. [via SlickDeals]

• CompUSA is running a Midnight Madness sale this Friday, staring at 6PM, of course. You can take a look at the flyer, but the stand out items are a Toshiba laptop for $499 (after rebate; go for the Dell, we say) and a PC with monitor and printer for $200 (again, after rebate). In fact, the more we look at this sale, the more we realize the prices are due to rebates, which we hate. Stay away—CompUSA smells weird, anyway.

Disney Shoping has a 17%-off store-wide sale on most items, using the code LUCKY17. [via DealNews]

• A tipster sends us Deals of America, a new (?) deals site. Looks decent, but we don’t see in the way of unique features.

• Today’s Woot!: The iGo EveryWhere Power 15 Universal Power Adapter for $35, shipped. Radio Shack sells the iGo for $60, and they don’t include the iPod adapter that iGo is throwing in today for Wooters. Even better, they’re only charging $5 instead of $10 today for additional adapters. We’re going to say this is a pretty hot one.

Highlights from Dealhack

Kitchen and Home items $10 to $40 off with New Coupons at

SanDisk Sansa E130 512MB Expandable MP3 Player $52 at

Canon ZR700 DV Digital Camcorder only $300 at Dell Home