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Deal Alert: Logitech Harmony 880 Remote Control for $124

File under: Coupons and Rebates, Daily Deals, eCost, Electronics, For Him, Google Checkout, Harmony Remote Controls

Logitech Harmony 880 Universal Remote Control

Since we can’t stop raving about the Logitech Harmony 880 Remote Control, we’re happy to pass along a couple of great deals which we hope may push some of you to finally upgrade. As a reminder, the 880 is a fully programmable universal remote control with a color screen and a charging dock. Thanks to a built in USB port, the 880 can sync with Logitech’s online programming application which contains codes for 150,000 devices, meaning no need for you to create manual macros.

Enough of the talk, now to the great deals. Amazon is selling the 880 for $153.99 and they are offering a $30 rebate if you purchase between 11/28 and 12/4. From what we can see, this is by far the lowest price on the market for a new 880. If you’re not crazy about rebates, consider eCost, which is selling the remote for $149 and you can save $10 by using Google Checkout. If you choose the eCost route, you may want to hurry because supplies are limited.

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November 30th, 2006 | Permalink

Zune: “We’re Number 2!”

File under: Amazon, Apple iPod and iPhone, eCost, Google Checkout, Microsoft Zune, Music, News of the Day, Shopping News

Microsoft Zune

Looks like Microsoft’s much maligned Zune may have done better this week than most of us expected. During it’s launch week, the Zune captured a 9% market share and a 13% dollar spent share in the portable media player market. These numbers may not seem high (consider iPod dominated at 63% and 72.5%) but they do mean that for this initial period, the Zune became the number 2 device behind the iPod. Before Microsoft execs pop the Champagne, they should remember that this was the product launch week so interest and promotions gave the product a boost.

If you’re interested in buying a Zune, so far it appears as if eCost wins the price battle with the brown and black Zunes in stock for $233.99 and the white Zune for $229.99. Don’t forget to use and get another $10 off. Amazon is a close second with all three colors selling for $239.99.

Zune BrownZune WhiteZune Black

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November 30th, 2006 | Permalink

4GB USB Flash Drive for $44

File under: Computer, Coupons and Rebates, Daily Deals, Early Adopter, eCost, Electronics, Google Checkout, NewEgg

A-Data PD2 4GB USB 2.0 Flash DriveThe A-Data PD2 4GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive is available from eCost for $44 (after coupon and rebate) or from NewEgg for $47 (after rebate). The PD2 is a small removable USB 2.0 flash drive measuring approximately 2.74″ x 0.67″ x 0.39″ and weighing a mere 0.35 ounces. It’s a plug-and-play device that works driver-less in Windows XP, Mac OSX, and even Linux.

Here is a comparison of the best deals for this product:


eCost NewEgg

Price $64.00 $66.99

Rebate $10.00 (expires 10/31/06) $20.00 (expires 11/10/06)

Coupon $10.00 (Google Checkout)

Total $44.00 $46.99

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October 30th, 2006 | Permalink

$10 off $30 Google Checkout Coupon Expiring Soon

File under: Ace Hardware, Buy.com, CameraWorld, Coupons and Rebates, Dick's Sporting Goods, eBags, eCost, FogDog, GameFly, Google Checkout, iRobot (Roomba), PBS, Starbucks, The Sports Authority, Zales

Google Checkout Coupon

There are only 4 days left in ‘s $10 off $30 coupon which you can use in many online stores (see list/links below). If you are not familiar with , it’s an alternative payment system (like PayPal) which retailers are adding to their existing checkout. We’ve already tried it and found it to be quick and easy. Act soon as this coupon expires 10/31/06.

To take advantage of this coupon, click on store link below, add items to your cart, and click on Google Checkout Button

Links to Participating Stores:  


buy.com eCost
eBags GameFly
Zales Ashford
PBS Ace Hardware
Dicks Sporting Goods FogDog
The Sports Authority CameraWorld
StarbucksStore.com iRobot

October 28th, 2006 | Permalink

One Week To Go: $10 Off Coupon at eCost

File under: Computer, Coupons and Rebates, eCost, Electronics, Google Checkout, Wireless and Phones

eCost

There are only 7 days left to use the Google Checkout $10 Coupon on orders of $30 or more at eCost. To redeem this coupon, click here and use Google Checkout to complete your purchase.

Link:  $10 Coupon on orders of $30 or more at eCost (expires 10/31/06)

October 23rd, 2006 | Permalink

Toshiba HD-DVD Player for $395

File under: Early Adopter, eCost, Electronics, Movies

eCost

Toshiba HD-A1 HD-DVD

Last week we told you about a great price on Toshiba’s XA1 HD-DVD Player. That player has a little brother and we found it at an even more affordable $395 on eCost.

The Toshiba A1 HD-DVD Player outputs HD resolutions of 720p or 1080i for both HD-DVDs and standard DVDs (upconvert) using its HDMI output. Other ports include S-Video, Composite, Coax Digital, Optical, Component, USB, and Ethernet. Audio playback uses built in multi-channel decoders for Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby TrueHD (2ch), DTS and DTS-HD.

If you are ready to move up to the next level of digital entertainment, this may be a good affordable entry point.

Link: Toshiba A1 HD-DVD Player on eCost

September 22nd, 2006 | Permalink

Where to Find 2GB USB Flash Drives for Under $50

File under: Computer, eCost, J&R, TigerDirect, USB Flash Drives

We recently purchased a 2GB USB flash drive to backup some of our data. After enjoying the drive for a few days, we realized that there are quite a few options out there and prices (as low as $25) are making these products even more desirable.

After going through the inventory of several major hardware retailers, we have narrowed down to a selection of what we feel are the best values on the market today. We focused on 2GB drives because they are the largest size drive you can buy for under $50. There are great affordable 1GB drives, but the cost to move up from to 2GB is very small.

Samsung 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Samsung 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive

$24.99*icon

* $49.99-$25.00 rebate (expires on 9/30/06)
– Read: 20MB/s
– Write: 10MB/s
Transcend JetFlash 2GB USB Flash Drive
Transcend JetFlash 2GB USB Flash Drive

$25.99*icon

* 45.99-$20.00 rebate (expires on 9/08/06)
Patriot 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive
Patriot 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive

$34.94*

* $44.94-$10.00 rebate (expires 9/15/06)
– Application included for Security Partition
– Dimensions: 73mm x 7mm x 17mm
– Read: 8MB/s
– Write: 5MB/s
Lexar 2GB JumpDrive FireFly USB Flash Drive
Lexar 2GB JumpDrive FireFly USB Flash Drive

$38.00*

* $59.00-$21.00 rebate (expires 9/16/06)
A-Data PD10 2GB USB Flash Drive
A-Data PD10 2GB USB Flash Drive

$39.99icon

– Cool rotary/folding design
SANDISK 2GB Cruzer Micro with U3 Technology
SANDISK 2GB Cruzer Micro with U3 Technology

$39.99icon

* $59.99-$20.00 rebate (expires 9/15/06)
– Loaded with the following U3 programs: CruzerSync synchronization tool, SignupShield password manager, SKYPE voice over IP software, AVAST Virus scan
– Dimensions: 57.15mm x 7.94mm x 20.6mm
Corsair 2GB Flash Drive
Corsair 2GB Flash Drive

$41.99*icon

* $49.99-$8.00 rebate (expires 9/17/06)
– Security application creates password-protected partition
– Read: 19MB/sec
– Write: 13MB/sec



If you want to suggest others, please contact us and we will update this list.

September 6th, 2006 | Permalink

$10 off $30 at eCost with Google Checkout

File under: Computer, Early Adopter, eCost, Electronics, Google Checkout, Wireless and Phones

eCost

eCost is encouraging its customers to use the new Google Checkout system. To do so, they are offering $10 off orders of more than $30 if you use Google Checkout when purchasing a product. Use coupon code: ecost10 (case sensitive). This offer expires 8/31/06.

August 23rd, 2006 | Permalink

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