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  • JCPenney: [Toys] Disney Pirate Ship for $29.99 + $7.49 Shipping
  • Amazon: [DVD] Monty Python’s Life of Brian Blu-Ray for $11.99 + Shipping
  • Famous Footwear: [Shoes] 30% off entire purchase w/ coupon FRIENDS21

Highlights From Dealhack

  • Amazon: [Tools] 50% or More off Victorinox Swiss Army Knives & Tools
  • Pfaltzgraff: [Diningware] Save 20% off Flatware, Cookware, & Accessory
  • Jos. A. Bank: [Apparel] Save Extra 50% off All Clearance Men’s Clothing

Highlights From Dealnews

  • Dell Home: [Netbook] Dell Inspiron Mini 9 UMPC for $99 or $149 with select PC purchases at Dell Home
  • [Car Audio] Pioneer DEH-P5000UB In-Dash CD/MP3 Car Audio Receiver for $120 + free shipping
  • [Keyboards] Logitech diNovo Edge Bluetooth Keyboard for $118 after rebate + free shipping


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  1. Jakuub says:

    Just thought I’d drop in to mention that the diNovo keyboard is expensive, but I’ve had nothing but good experiences with it (got a returned one for < $100 @ BestBuy). It charges quickly, and only needs charging about once every 2 months. It has good range, and it’s very handy to have a touchpad on the keyboard (mouse batteries die WAY more often than the keyboard’s)

    • jmujeff says:


      After using various wireless keyboards and not being happy with the level of quality in the keys, I dug my old Silicon Graphics Indigo2 keyboard out of the closet and have been using it for the past 8 years. It’s indestructable and the keys click every so slightly when you type…it’s bliss. You can find them on eBay from time to time. The only downside is that they don’t have the windows key between CTRL and ALT.

  2. Michael Knoll says:

    Amazon: [Tools] 50% or More off Victorinox Swiss Army Knives & Tools

    This link is wrong. It directs to a wii remote charging stand for $20

  3. Admiral_John says:

    Life of Brian on Blu-Ray? Hells yeah!!!

  4. concordia says:

    I think you mean to say that the Mini 9 is $199. If it were $99 I’d have bought it in a second.

    • TVarmy says:

      @concordia: With purchase of a PC. Meaning, they take the margins of one purchase to go towards the mini’s purchase. Sounds good, actually. You get a fully functional PC for home when you actually need to do something major, and you get a netbook for when you’re on the go. Plus, Dell reinforces that netbooks are secondary machines, even though they do what you want 95% of the time.

  5. TVarmy says:

    What’s great about the Pioneer receiver? By iPod support optional, does that mean you just need to buy a cable and you can pause/change songs via the radio’s interface, or is it more expensive/involved? I see from the page it can play songs from a USB thumbstick, which is cool, but is the interface good enough to go through all those songs?