Western Digital has announced the availability of its new My Passport line, which tops out at 2 TB of storage. Yup, you read right, 2TB. WD VP Jim Welsh went on the record saying, "It's the perfect blend of monstrous capacity, reliability and user-friendly technology in a sleek form factor." Also, the storage devices come in five colors, so you can have your storage device color coordinate with your shoes, if that’s a selling factor for you. The hard-drives are priced at $250 and feature USB 3.0 for quick transfers. There are other sizes as well, if 2TB is overkill. Pricing is as follows: $129.99 for 500 GB, $149.99 for 750 GB, $179.99 for 1 TB, $199.99 for 1.5 TB, and $249.99 for the new 2 TB edition. Check out the entire line on Amazon. You can read more from the press release after the jump.
TiVo's four-tuner Premiere Elite box is now available. Some were able to grab them over the weekend, prior to the official launch, and have been digging deep into the system to find changes, improvements, and bugs. The big rumor is that this TiVo is packing dual core support, and also makes multi-room Premiere-to-Premiere streaming a reality (so, no more needing to copy a show from one box to another.) There were a bunch of features that seemed to go missing, but we're guessing they've been lit up today alongside the launch of the box.
We've got your latest list of items that fall under the best tech Deals of the Day for you, separated out into laptops, desktops, monitors, gaming, and home entertainment. The laptop deals are right here, but be sure to click through to get a look at all the rest of what we determined to be today's top 10 deals in tech, including that HP Pavilion g6s that you see up there!
- 17.3" Dell Inspiron 17R-2nd Gen Core i3-2310M 2.1GHz Dual-core Laptop w/3GB RAM, 320GB HDD & Switchable Lids for $500 with free shipping (normally $549)
- 15.6" HP Pavilion g6s Core i7-2620M 2.7GHz Dual-core "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, MS Office Home and Student 2010 & Blu-ray for $735 with free shipping (normally $949 - use coupon code NBP61449)
- 15.6" Dell Inspiron 15R-2nd Gen Core i5 "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/8GB RAM, 750GB HDD for $675 with free shipping (normally $799 - use coupon code 4J4XPNDZ1PKR2B)
- 14" Dell Vostro 3450 Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz Dual-core 'Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/4GB RAM, 320GB 7200RPM HDD, Fingerprint Reader & Backlit Keyboard for $639 with free shipping (normally $789)
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We’ve hit you with a bunch of Black Friday 2009 sales and leaks, but we’ve been waiting to see what Newegg had up their sleeve. We can now report that we’ve got details on the Newegg Black Friday 2009 sale, and there are some nice tidbits. How about a 6-foot HDMI cable for $1.99, or a 46-inch 1080p 120Hz HDTV for $699? Yeah, and that’s not all:
Pre-Black Friday (Starts Midnight PST on Monday 11/23)
- Canon DC410 DVD Camcorder $199.99 (list: $279.99)
- Antec 300 PC Case $49.95 (list $69.95)
- Seagate 2TB External Hard Drive $149.99 (list: $179.99)
- Monster 16ft High Speed HDMI Cable $29.99 (list: $54.99)
- Viewsonic 8” Digital Photo Frame $49.99 (list: $69.99)
- Logitech RX1500 3-Button Laser Mouse $12.99 (list $27.99)
- Creative GigaWorks T40 Series II Speakers $69.99 ($149.99)
- Logitech G11 Gaming Keyboard $43.99 (list $63.99)
- Sparkle GeForce 8400GS PCI-E Low-Profile Video Card $19.99 (list $34.99)
Black Friday (starts 11/25 at 3PM PST)
- Cash Back starts at 3PM PST on all products on NewEgg.com
- Digital Photo Frame $29.99
- HDMI Cable - 6 FEET $1.99 after MIR
- 1080P 120Hz LCD TV $699.99
- 430W ATX 12V Power Supply $16.99
As always, you can find all sorts of Newegg promo codes and deals on our forums.
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