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Highlights From Buxr

  • [MP3 Player] SanDisk c240 Sansa 1GB Digital Player w/ FM tuner + Voice Recorder (Refurbished) for $10.99 w/ Free shipping
  • Dell: [Laptop] Dell Inspiron Mini 9 (910), Intel Atom Processor N270 for $249 w/ Free shipping
  • [GPS] Magellan Maestro 3225 Portable GPS System (Refurbished) for $69.99 w/ Free shipping

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Amazon: [Headphones] Sennheiser CX300 Earbud Headphones $28 Shipped
  • Geeks: [HDTV] Vizio VO22LFHDTV 22-inch LCD HDTV $260 with coupon
  • Amazon: [Watches] Valentine’s Day Sale: Up to 60% & More off Watches

Highlights From Dealnews

  • Meritline: [Clock] Four-Sided Rotatable Magic Alarm Clock for $4 + free shipping
  • TigerDirect: [Computer Parts] Biostar / AMD Dual Core 2.2GHz Barebones Kit for $140 + free s&h w/$150
  • Graveyard Mall: [Yard] Kichler Olde Brick Bird Feeder and Garden Light for $70 + $16 s&h

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  1. Thomas Romano says:

    The dell is not a deal at all. I can get a asus eee pc with more ram for $200 at best buy.

    • aguacarbonica says:

      @Thomas Romano:

      It’s a great deal for the people looking for the brand recognition.

    • Samets says:

      @Thomas Romano:

      That’s just wrong! You’re comparing a cheap eeepc that has a tiny SSD with cheap keyboard and cheap “it’s about to fall apart” construction vs a half decent mini!

      Have you even used a Dell or HP mini’s? A world of difference.

      • Sean Tapscott says:

        @Samets: Sorry, Tom. She’s right.

      • theblackdog says:

        @Samets: Incorrect, I’ve been using my eeepc for 6 months now and it shows no signs that it’s going to come apart at the seams.

      • majortom1029 says:

        @Samets: The eeepc has 1 gig ram while the dell inspiron 9 has 512 they both have the same processor , and same ssd size.

        I havent used a dell mini but i have a regular dell notebook and just bought an eee pc from bestbuy. in my opinion the eee pc is a great notebook especially when you compair the fact that it has double the ram then the dell inspiron mini thats on sale here.

      • majortom1029 says:

        re the specs of the pc you get .

        “Ubuntu Linux version 8.04.1
        Obsidian Black
        1Yr Ltd Warranty and Mail-In Service
        512MB DDR2 at 533MHz
        4GB Solid State Drive
        No Camera Option

        Also Includes
        Intel® Atom Processor® N270 (1.6GHz/533Mhz FSB/512K cache)
        Glossy 8.9 inch LED display (1024X600)
        Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950
        Wireless 802.11g Mini Card
        32WHr Battery (4 cell)
        Base LCD Assembly
        Base LCD Assembly in Black
        No InstallationCompatibility Alert
        Recalculating Price”

        The eeepc (model 900a not available online) has the same exact specs but with 1 gig of ram and is $50 cheaper.

    • clickable says:

      @Thomas Romano: One guy’s “only $200 more” is another gal’s “practically twice the cost of the original deal described”

      For twice the price of the original deal described, I’m sure I can configure an attractive product from HP, lenovo, or other manufacturers. But the point of the deal was not to suggest good configurations for netbooks at any price point, it was to suggest what was available for $249.

      • clickable says:

        @clickable: Whoops, shoulda cleaned my glasses and reread Thomas Romano’s post more carefully before replying. Sorry, Thomas, I’m wiping the egg off my own face, I misread your post and thought you were saying something else. I apologize.

  2. dddoistutter says:

    The Sennheiser headphones are a good deal, but they’re almost always a good deal on Two weeks ago, I purchased the same earbuds from Amazon for $28.52 (with shipping). They’re an excellent value, but hardly a “daily deal” if you need to wait a bit before buying them.

  3. Rob Weddle says:

    The Dell deal is okay for a Dell.

    For the same price, though, I got an Acer Aspire One with double the ram and an 80GB HDD. (It also came with WinXP, but I know that’s not really a selling point for some.) It’s a solid little machine and I lurve it.