Our Deal of the Day today brings you 56% off the Mitsubishi WD-73C11 73-inch 3D HDTV. These sets typically sell for $2,099, but you can get it now for $929, which is a $1,170 discount. Free shipping makes this a super deal:
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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 Mortal Kombat Kollector's Edition up there!
- 15.6" Dell XPS 15 Core i7-2630QM 2GHz Quad-core "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/6GB RAM, 750GB HDD, 1080p LCD & Blu-ray for $950 with free shipping (normally $1,405 - use coupon code 4VB4CC3X7BJ4F6)
- 15.6" Lenovo IdeaPad Z575 (129934U, Gunmetal Grey) A6-3400M 2.3GHz Quad-core Laptop w/4GB RAM, Radeon HD 6520G & 750GB HDD for $611 with free shipping (normally $649 - use coupon code LOGICBUY10C)
- 14" Dell Vostro 3450 Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Dual-core Laptop w/4GB RAM, 320GB 7200RPM HDD, Backlit Keyboard & Fingerprint Reader for $589 with free shipping (normally $789 - use coupon code 10KR$X67SPV$4M)
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 73-inch 1080p HDTV up there!
- 17.3" Dell XPS 17 (L702x) 3D Core i7-2630QM 2GHz Quad-core "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/6GB RAM, 750GB HDD, 1080p LCD & Blu-ray Triple Burner for $1,150 with free shipping (normally $1,300 - use coupon code 7WR1C2?HTTQQ11)
- 17.3" Dell Vostro 3750 Core i5-2410M 2.3GHz "Sandy Bridge" Latpop w/6GB RAM, 320GB 7200RPM HDD, Backlit Keyboard & Fingerprint Reader for $649 with free shipping (normally $899 - use coupon code R975$?FPRF?31X)
- 15.6" Dell Inspiron 15R-2nd Gen Core i5 "Sandy Bridge" Laptop w/4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, Blu-ray & 2-year warranty for $675 with free shipping (normally $779 - use coupon code 4J4XPNDZ1PKR2B)
If you're in need of a monstrously huge 3D HDTV at a great price, the Mitsubishi WD-73C10 is our Deal of the Day. So yeah, a 73-inch 3D-ready 1080p DLP display, and you save a cool $600 off the total price, bringing it down to $1,499.99 from Dell, with free shipping included. That free shipping is nice on a display this big, you feel me? Make some room in the living room and be sure to send us an invite if you pick one of these up, m'kay?:
Don’t forget, if you’re looking for other deals, be sure to check out our Newegg Promo Code thread.
If you’re tired of watching movies on your iPod’s tiny screen you may be excited by this innovation: the Optoma Pico Projector is a pocket-sized projector which runs on batteries and can project images and videos from a variety of sources like iPod, iPhone, digital cameras, cellphones and DVD players with 480x320 resolution and a maximum screen size of 65 inches at 8.5 feet. It uses a non-replaceable 20,000 hour LED lamp and a DLP chip from Texas Instruments. The battery lasts for 90 minutes and can be recharged through USB or with its own power cord. The device weighs four ounces and comes with a built-in speaker which is practically useless – its primary flaw. If you want one, it goes on sale in two weeks and will cost $430, which should clear up some space in your pocket.
Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) are everywhere in today’s world. Air bag sensors, G-Tech vehicle performance systems, inkjet printers and DLP TV’s are just some of the mainstream uses of MEMS technology. The concept is, take something you know works well on a large scale, and shrink it down as much as possible. Well, MIT researchers are trying to use this technique to replace today’s concepts of personal power sources such as batteries, and more recently fuel cells, a MEMS device.
This new device is a miniature turbine engine. As with most MEMS projects, this idea is based on current “real size” technology. One of the methods employed by power plants is using large turbines to generate power for its customers. These MEMS devices will accomplish the same task, but on a much smaller scale. It will be a “Personal Power Plant” if you will. The turbines will spin at speeds of around 1.2 Million RPM (20kHz) and it has been estimated that due to the quality of the device and materials used, they should be able to achieve better efficiency numbers than the current turbines used in power plants. What does all this mean? Well, for now, not much, but for the future, this may be a step in the right direction to creating cheaper safe power for millions across the globe.
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