TigerDirect is the latest retailer to announce that it will accept Bitcoin as a payment method. The company specializes in selling computer hardware, accessories, gadgets, and similar kit. The company will use BitPay as its Bitcoin payment processor, making it the largest BitPay client. If you've got some Bitcoin that you'd like to spend on some tech, you can do it now at TigerDirect--online only though, as the retail locations aren't down with virtual currency just yet. Hey--maybe you can buy yourself some Bitcoin mining hardware with your Bitcoin. Spend money to make money, right?
Our Deal of the Day today brings you 66% off the Sony BRAVIA XBR-46HX909 46-inch 3D 240Hz 1080p LED HDTV. These are the 2011 models of the full-panel LED televisions, and they usually sell for $3499. WIth the 66% discount, the price comes down to $1199, saving you a whopping $2300. It's LED backlit, 1080p, and supports 802.11n Wi-Fi. The television is even shipped free:
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