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Our 2013 Holiday Gift Guide is in full swing - we are adding our recommendations daily, aimed at men, women, teens, families, techies, and more. If you need help figuring out what to get the people in your life, head on over to our Guide for some ideas. We’ll even be giving away some of the items featured this year!
If you are looking for a way to hook up your iPod onto you vehicle this may the solution for you. Monster is a well respected audio/video accessory company that makes you pay through the nose. However, every now and then they put out amazing products - like the iCruze. For a measly $99 dollars you’ll be stealing away a great connector for your iPod. Additionally, you’ll also get a fantastic LCD that displays your tag info and a free DVD from 3 Doors Down.
For a limited time Monster is offering an amazing deal on iCruze. When you order a complete iCruze System from the iCruze Store for just $99, we will add at no additional charge all of the necessary cables needed to get your car wired for iCruze.
You will also receive one Monster Music®: 3 Doors Down LIVE, Away From The Sun (Video SuperDisc) ($24.98 value) and an iCruze™ LCD Display Module ($99.95 value), absolutely FREE!
As of this morning, Apple slashed the price of its 20-inch 2.1GHz PowerPC-based iMac. Pricing for the G5 based iMac dropped $199 from $1699 to $1499. Pricing remains the same on the 17” iMac model. If you really want to grab a bargain basement price on either of these machines, head over to Amazon where you can pick up the 20” G5 iMac for $1349.99 or the 17” model for $1174.99. Although the new Intel based iMacs are smokin’ hot machines, the G5 based models are still more than adequate for most average users needs. Don’t miss out on this great deal!
Read More | Compare iMac Pricing
If you are an electronics collector like we are, you know how expensive this hobby can be. Every payday you look at your wallet or purse and wonder what you can afford. So what do you do when you get to the store? Look for the specials, see what’s on sale, and sometimes you come across the rebate sale. You sit there and wonder whether or not your willing to shell out the 30-40 dollars that you’ll eventually get back in 6-8 weeks. Is it worth it? Apparently not to Best Buy.
Rebates offered by the manufacturers are being done away with at the big box retailer in lieu of instant savings. There will be less reading of the fine print on prices. This is all due to “strong vendor partnerships.” Translation: Best Buy is getting good prices for their merchandise and can afford to let them slide for cheaper every once in a while.
Read More | ArsTechnica
Well, look what we have here. If you are looking for some quality threads , optimized for the high tech lifestyle that we know and love, we have your hook up. The great people over at SCOTTeVEST have just given us an exclusive coupon code, good for a whopping 20% off of all orders of $150 or more. The coupon code is not retroactive, so if you bought something from SCOTTeVEST yesterday, you are out of luck. The offer is good through December 25th, and is the best SCOTTeVEST deal you will find on the Internet. Even better, they are doing a free ground shipping special right now as well, which can be combined with our coupon.
Ready for the coupon code? During checkout, enter the code “GEARLIVE” for your savings.
Read More | SCOTTeVEST
Occasionally, “One Day, One Deal” site Woot goes all out for a few days in what they’ve glamorously termed a “Woot Off.” (Embrace wholly the vague, sexual undertones.) Their products range from brand name coffee machines to other brand name 52” televisions to MP3 players and other oddities, but they’re almost always gadget-minded. (Or at least, delightfully quirky, along with their product descriptions.) During their Woot Off, Woot cycles through a single item at a time. As each item sells out, they move on to the next item. Everything they sell is shipped (and handled) for just $5.00, and when you go ahead and check your favorite shop-and-compare site, you’ll find Woot’s usually got quite the deal going on. Take a few looks over the next couple of days and buy yourself an early Christmas present. If you don’t like what you see now, try again in another hour or so—things move quickly!
Read More | Woot
AOL has just launched AOL Pictures, a digital photo solution for consumers who want an easy way to view, share, store, print and protect all of their favorite images. The free photo sharing website offers consumers unlimited online digital photo storage in original resolution, tools that make it easier to create photo albums, and all the other standard photo sharing fare. According to a new AOL survey, Americans expect to take more than 137,000 photos in their lifetime with three-quarters sending photos to friends and family over the holidays. That being said, AOL Pictures is offering consumers 100 free 4x6 glossy or matte prints.
Read More | AOL Pictures
Less than one day after offering a Mac Mini test drive, it seems Apple has suddenly pulled the plug on the offer. While no explanation has been given as of yet, Apple affiliates have received an e-mail from LinkShare stating:
As a follow-up to an email we sent you this morning, please note that the Mac mini Test Drive promotion is no longer offered at the Apple Store. We have dynamically updated the banners and landing pages for this promotion, so if you are featuring this promotion on your site, they will automatically update to another promotion. Please be sure to update your Mac mini Test Drive text links. The rest of the promotions featured in today’s email are still live.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
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While it may not have been a big deal for most, seeing as how it was more of an extended return policy mascarading than a great deal, it’s still quite odd to see it pulled barely a day after going live with it.
Read More | The Unofficial Apple Weblog
Apple seems to be swinging for the fences with this one. They are offering anyone who is interested an extended trial of the Mac mini. One can only assume that they either want to move some stagnant product, or that this is a move to get a large amount of Mac computers into the hands of those who use Windows but are curious. Now, what is really going on here is that Apple is just extending the return period for the mini, as any Apple product can be returned within 14 days for a full refund. Nonetheless, here is how it works according to Apple:
- Purchase a new Mac mini from the Apple Store online. You can also get an Apple keyboard and mouse, such as our new Mighty Mouse.
- Set it up and start enjoying it.
- If you don’t love it, call us within 30 days of your order and we’ll arrange for you to return your system — including the Apple keyboard and mouse — for a full refund.
If you are interested, you have until Halloween 2005 to make your purchase, and it must be done online.
Read More | Apple Online Store
Opera’s award winning browser (now in version 8.02) is free for one day to celebrate their 10th anniversary. From 12 AM Tuesday, August 30 to 12 AM Wednesday, August 31 2005 (PDT), you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a free registration code for their professional quality and fully standards compliant browser - a $39 value. As a long time Opera fan I just have to say what a fantastic deal this is. Opera is the fastest, most stable browser I’ve ever used and with it’s consistent interface across Mac/Win/Linux/BSD/Solaris and great integrated feature set. Get your self on down to download.com and grab a copy - just do it before August is over or you will be out $39 for the pleasure.
Read More | Download.com
Panasonic is set to announce their first 1080p plasma display later today, which makes brings the technology that much closer to the forefront of our entertainment minds. Is what may be even more important news, the company is also going to cut the price of its 65-inch Viera HDTV by 50% over in Japan. Any time an expensive piece of technology sees such a large price drop, it normally equates to even better stuff coming down the pipeline.
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