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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 OCZ 120 GB SSD up there!

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Music Locker Sofa

Music Locker

Literally rock to the music with the Music Locker Sofa. Available in orange, green or gray, the seat features built-in 2.1-inch speakers on each side with a 2W amplifier output and a 4.5W subwoofer. It has an RCA input terminal as well as RCA and headphone output for the music player of your choice. At a size of 50 X 72 X 95cm, the comfy seat will be available this July for JPY 19,800 (~$202.00.)

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Grace TAPE2USB Puts Cassettes on Computer

TAPE2USBNow you can skip the middle man

gadget and record your old cassette tapes directly to PC or Mac. The Grace TAPE2USB is fully functional and has a built-in 2.5-inch speaker with volume adjustment. The plug and play device has a counter, RCA connections for plugging into your home stereo and Audacity software included for editing. Once you download, you can listen to your tunes via any media player, burn them on a disc or upload to your MP3 player. The TAPE2USB has a $129.99 price.

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RCA announces EZ209HD, their slimmest Small Wonder camcorder ever

RCA EZ209HD

We are loving just how prevalent small HD cams are becoming, and the EZ209HD looks to be an impressive unit when it comes to that category. This is the company’s slimmest and “sexiest” (their word, not mine) Small Wonder camcorder ever, and captures high definition video while sporting a 2-inch display. Even better, though, unlike some of the other handheld HD flash camcorders we’ve seen, the EZ209HD even has an HDMI port, so you can plug directly into a television to watch your home movies. The rechargeable battery lasts for two hours, which is also nice, and the camera even supports a 60fps Sports Mode for fast action. Once your recordings are done, you can easily upload them to YouTube and Box.net. You’ll be able to get your hands on an RCA EZ209HD by the end of this quarter, and it’ll sell for $119.99.

Full press release available after the break, which includes details on the EZ207 as well.

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uRecord Vinyl and Cassette Ripper

uRecord RipperStill have some old records and cassettes lying around? Turn them into CDs with the uRecord Vinyl and Cassette Ripper. Connect the device to your PC by USB then use the RCA inputs to attach to tape deck, turntable or other musical device. The built-in preamp eliminates having to use a stereo system. The EZ Vinyl Converter (PC) and EZ Audio Converter (Mac) software automatically places your tracks in your iTunes library. Say goodbye to the pops, clicks and hiss for $49.99.

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Jetstream Has Cordless Earphones

RCA JetstreamLook, Ma, no more cords. RCA is banking on their new Jetstream, a 1 GB MP3 player that comes with FM tuner/record with 20 presets and wireless earphones, to make it to your wishlist this Holiday season. The S2501’s coverage is about 30 feet so when your boss tells you not to play your music during working hours he/she won’t know you have stashed the PMP in a drawer and are secretly listening to “Born to Be Wild” while waiting for the clock to strike 5:00. Look for the Jetstream’s release to be sometime this month at a cost of ~$139.00.

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