This week at NCIX.com, get the Samsung 28-inch 4K LED monitor
on sale for the reduced price of $530 with free shipping. That's $170 off their regular price of $700, and about $90 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. This monitor features 28 inches of 4K resolution (3840x2160) with a contrast ratio of 1000:1, 1ms response time and a brightness of 370cd/m. It is compatible with both Windows and Mac, with HDMI or DisplayPort connectivity options.
MacMall.com this week is offering a 34 percent price break on the refurbished 15.6-inch HP Envy
TouchSmart notebook computer. It carries a list price of $650, but has been reduced to $430. That discount makes this around $70 less than the lowest price we have seen anywhere else. This notebook features a touchscreen display, 2.1GHz AMD quad-core processor, 8GB of RAM and 750GB hard drive.
TigerDirect.com has cut the price on the OCZ Vector
150 240GB internal solid state drive from $240 down to $170. Use a $20 mail-in-rebate and $50 off coupon code 'GHE134110' at checkout to drop the final price down to only $100. That's about $50 less than the lowest price seen anywhere else.
At Groupon.com this week, get the refurbished Nikon 1 J3
14.2MP HD mirrorless digital camera with 10-30mm Nikkor lens for the reduced price of $200. That's 64 percent off the list price of $550, and about $120 less than the lowest price seen anywhere else.
Today only at Amazon is the certified refurbished Kindle Paperwhite
e-reader, which is regularly priced at $109, but has been reduced to $85. That $24 discount makes this the best price we have seen anywhere by the same price margin. This e-reader features adjustable text size, built-in dictionary with Vocabulary Builder, book organization, in-line footnotes and "Kindle FreeTime" that helps promote reading for kids. A one-year limited warranty is included.
And from our "Friday deals" staff comes the following bargains: Turn-based shooter Frozen Synapse
is in the middle of a drastic sale. The iPad 2 and up $10 title has been marked down to $1
. In the same vein, strategic tank warfare turn-based strategy title Panzer Corps
has been cut to $10
, from $20. Don't let "turn based" or the price of the latter game scare you away -- both are incredibly deep strategic titles and worth a look for gamers looking for a complex strategic experience on Jobs' magic tablet.