- Sony VAIO NW notebook, 4GB RAM, 320GB HDD - $659
- Seagate Expansion 2TB external drive - $159
- Toshiba 46” LCD HDTV 46RV525R - $719
- Logitech C600 webcam - $55
- Yamaha 5.1-channel RX-V365 receiver - $147
That’s just a sample. Head on over to the Newegg 24-hour sale page to check out all the deals they’ve got going on.
As always, you can find all sorts of Newegg promo codes and deals on our forums.
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Just a quick heads up, my pals over at MIDStories just launched a new site, and to celebrate, they’re giving away a $599 credit towards the purchase of an Intel Atom-powered Mobile Internet Device, including devices like the Viliv S5, Viliv X70 and the UMID mbook M1. You can also win a 500GB portable hard drive, a 4GB Eye-Fi Pro card, or some sort of murse. Head on over to their site for full details, to enter, you just need to leave a comment letting them know how you currently use your MID, or if you don’t have one, how owning one would help you. Simple, right?
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A few days ago we announced our His and Her Seagate FreeAgent Go Valentine’s Day giveaway, where we asked you guys to leave a comment answer the question: What’s one thing on your computer that you love so much, you never want to lose it? As it turned out, almost every response had to do with images, which we kind of figured, although we expected more people to be concerned about their music collection.
Without a doubt it would have to be pictures of my wife and kids. My wife would hate to lose those pictures and her MP3 collection. Excellent giveaway, btw!
Congrats! And for everyone else, stay tuned, we’ve got another contest starting shortly.
Okay, we know we are already giving away five $70 ProFlowers gift certificates for Valentine’s Day, but hey, this is a tech site, and we had to keep it real, right? That’s why we are happy to announce that, in addition to the flowers (which you know will score you some points with the lady,) we are also giving away three pairs of Seagate FreeAgent Go hard drives. What’s so special about that, and what does that have to do with Valentine’s Day, you ask? Well, in case you missed the image up there, these drives go together like a couple of passionate lovers. We’ve got a red one for the guys, and a pink one for the ladies (but you two can swap, if that’s your thing, we won’t judge.) Each drive can hold 320 GB of information, so you know, these are solid.
How do you win? We are keeping it simple. All you need to do is the following:
- Log in to the site with your Gear Live account. Don’t have one? Register here.
- Leave a comment on this post answering this question:
What’s one thing on your computer that you love so much, you never want to lose it?
That’s it! The contest ends at 11:59 PM on February 9th, go ahead and leave your comments until then!
Our friends at Notebooks.com and GottaBeMobile are helping to give away these drives, so you actually get three seperate chances to win. Head on over to those two respective sites for details on how to increase your chances to win - that is three pairs of his and her drives.
We’ll pick a winner on Tuesday Feb. 10th, and try our best to get you and your sweetheart/mom the drives by Valentine’s Day. A big “thank you” to Seagate for providing the drives for this giveaway. As is usual for these kinds of things, US and Canadian residents only, and the contest is void where prohibited by local laws and regulations. You may enter once on Notebooks.com, GottaBeMobile and Gear Live. Duplicate entries will be discarded. All decisions by the respective sites are final. Please be sure to enter your email in the email field, and not in the comment itself, so that it’s protected.
Back with this weeks Newegg deals
- Toshiba REGZA 32” 1080p LCD HDTV: $588.99, Expires 11/23
- Western Digital My Book External 1TB Hard Drive: $135.61
- Seagate Barracuda 1TB SATA drive: $109.99, Expires 11/23
- Kodak EasyShare C913 9.2 megapixel Digital Camera: $91.79, Expires 11/25 (Code: CAMERA111810)
In the latest episode of The ScobleShow, we got our first look at DAVE from Seagate. DAVE stands for “digital audio-video experience” and is a tiny 10 or 20 GB hard drive. Tiny as in 3.5 x 4.7 x .47-inches. The best part, though, is that this thing gives you the ability to share content by way of the built-in Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity. So you can browse the devices with a cell phone, transfer content to other Bluetooth devices or DAVEs, and it has 10 hours of battery life. Expect it to retail for about $200 USD in May or June. For the full scoop, check the video above.
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