Every PC gamer needs a good mouse, and the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 more than fits the bill. You get thirteen programmable controls and buttons, easily allowing you to map complicated in-game commands and macros directly beneath your fingertips to be executed with a click. It's got a matte black finish with a few green LEDs and a tiny wireless USB receiver, and is super responsive with 1,000 reports per second from the high-precision laster tracking. It's even got enough onboard memory to store commands for up to five different game profiles. The Gaming Mouse G700 usually sells for $100, but Amazon is currently selling it for $84.82, a 14% discount.
Be sure to check out the other entries in the Gear Live 2010 Holiday Gift Guide!
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Need to add a massive monitor to your workspace? Today’s Deal of the Day brings you Dell‘s UltraSharpU3011 30-inch display at a 10% discount. It’s a 2560 x 1600 IPS panel, which means that you get great picture from just about any angle, 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 4 USB ports, 2 HDMI inputs, DisplayPort, and a few other goodies like a 7-in-1 card reader. All in all, you end up saving $150 off the total price.
Don’t forget, if you’re looking for other deals, be sure to check out our Newegg Promo Code thread.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve got tons of paper sitting around that would be better served being scanned into your computer and kept in some sort of document management system, rather than in piles around the house or on your desk. A couple of weeks ago, we got the NeatDesk for Mac Desktop Scanner system in for review. The NeatDesk (available on Amazon) is really more than just a scanner, since it also includes the NeatWorks document management software, which in and of itself claims to do a lot, and works with a bunco of other scanners as well (you can buy NeatWorks software on its own.) When the scanner arrived, we were excited to give it a try…but that feeling soon turned to impending doom. If this thing was anything like the NeatReceipts scanner we’ve been using for the past couple of years, it meant that we’d be in for a day full of long, slow scans. You know what? We couldn’t have been more wrong.
For those of you who were waiting on Apple to add the new 27-inch LED Cinema Display to the store so that you could get to ordering, it’s finally happened. You can order one now from Apple for $999, and they ship in 1-2 weeks.
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If you’re looking to up your productivity game, you’ll wanna pay attention to today’s Deal of the Day. It’s been said many times that adding screen real estate to your computer setup is one way to boost productivity, and today we’ve got 25% of deals on a couple of Dell UltraSharp monitors. These are IPS LCD displays with 1080p resolution, and they’ve got DisplayPort and DVI options, four USB ports, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio. These things are seriously fantastic, and you get 25% off both the 23-inch U2311H model, and the 21.5-inch U2211H model. Here you go:
- Save 25% on 23-inch Dell UltraSharp U2311H LCD Monitor
- Save 25% on 21.5-inch Dell UltraSharp U2211H LCD Monitor
- Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse: The G700 typically sells for $99, but with the Logitech promo code you’ll get this 13-button wireless gaming mouse for $74.99.
- Logitech G510 Gaming Keyboard: Normal price on this one is $120, but use the promo code and you’ll score it for $89. This is a new release from Logitech, so the discount is great. The keyboard has a GamePanel LCD and user-selectable RGB backlighting.
- Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset: Normal price on the G930 is $160, but with the promo code you’ll walk away with them for $120. These have a 40-foot wireless range and offer 7.1 channel surround sound with noise canceling boom mic.
Here are the links for the offers:
- Logitech G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse for 25% Off
- Logitech G510 Gaming Keyboard for 25% Off
- Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset for 25% Off
Looking for a way to spice up those annoying conversations with some call-center hack in Puna, India who is trying to sell you a cel-phone upgrade? Well look no further, Lando, your savior is here in the guise of the Star Wars Soundboard. The soundboard contains numerous links to .wav files of your favorite characters most memorable lines, from everyone’s pre-pubescent fantasy Princess Leia, all the way to random only-nerds-know-who-the-hell-I-am-talking-about Aayla Secura. So treat yourself! Call up that cell phone call center and torture them with Wookie-talk interspersed with cursing from Han Solo.
Just a quick heads up, because we think this is a pretty great deal on a laser printer. Dell is selling their 1230c color laser printer at a steep discount, so you can currently pick one up for just $99, which is a full $130 off of the retail price. If you are wanting to upgrade from inkjet to laser printing, this is likely the cheapest way around to make that happen.
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Okay, with the economy what it is, you may be looking to spruce up your desktop or notebook computer setup, rather than replacing the thing. For that, you’ll need some great accessories, and when it comes to a nice upgrade for a microphone and webcam, we’ve gotta go with Blue Microphones Eyeball 2.0. It’s sleek and stylish, so you’re iChat and Skype called will feel just a bit more dignified. You get a high-fidelity microphone and 2-megapixel video camera all in one device. You can sit it on your desk, and anchor it to your monitor or notebook with ease. You can even turn the camera off if you need to hide your face for whatever reason. The Eyeball 2.0 retails for $119, but Amazon has it for $79, a full 33% off!
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Looks like our friends over at MacMall have got themselves a killer pre-Black Friday sale going on right now, where you can get pretty much every Mac at a discount, as well as a free copy of Parallels Desktop 5.0 (the best Windows virtualization tool for the Mac) and a free HP All-in-One printer. Not bad, right? Here are a few examples of what you can find:
- Unibody MacBook: $934.99 ($64 off)
- 13” MacBook Pro: $1,099 ($99 off)
- MacBook Air: $1,349 ($449 off)
- 21.5” iMac: $1,119 ($80 off)
- 2.66GHz Mac Pro Tower: $2,298 ($200 off)
That’s just a sampling, and remember, those all come with a free copy of Parallels 5.0 and that HP All-in-One printer - we aren’t sure you’ll find a better deal anywhere else this holiday season, even on the official Black Friday 2009. Seriously, a MacBook Air for 25% off?
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