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Deals of the Week

This week's deals include a 46-inch plasma HDTV and the Nintendo DSi.

HP Officejet J4680 Wireless All-in-One Printer, $60

HP is offering its Officejet J4680 wireless all-in-one inkjet printer for $80--and you can lower the amount to $60 by entering coupon code SVBT557331. Small businesses and home offices looking for a reasonably priced second printer would do well with this model, as it has low ink costs and provides a number of useful features. Be aware, however, that it is not a speedy machine (it printed graphics at a painfully slow 2.1 pages per minute in our tests).

Nintendo DSi, $129

Dell has the Nintendo DSi for $129, a nice drop from the handheld's retail price of $170. We found much to love (and hate) about the third-generation Nintendo gaming gadget, with the most notable features being the slimmer design, the music player, the DSi Shop, and the two cameras.

Panasonic Viera TC-P46S1, $700

Sears has the Panasonic Viera TC-P46S1 46-inch plasma 1080p HDTV on sale for $700 (it usually retails for about $800 or more). Though it is a customizable and easy-to-use HDTV, it doesn't quite come up to par with many LCD models. Sears also offers a $50 mail-in rebate with the purchase of a protection agreement (online only).

Kodak Zi8, $159

Buy.com has the Kodak Zi8 pocket HD camcorder, refurbished, for $159 (a new model would cost $200). This diminutive camcorder packs a lot of punch, offering the ability to record 1080p footage, a range of connection options, and a built-in microphone jack. But the stellar image quality is really the Zi8's biggest selling point.

Nextar Q4-MD Portable GPS Device, $80

Buy.com has the Nextar Q4-MD Portable GPS on sale for $80, a whopping 77 percent discount from the device's original price of $350. This deal includes a one-year traffic subscription.

Although the Nextar Q4-MD falls flat in comparison with high-end competitors from Magellan and TomTom, we do like its big, 4.3-inch screen and its sleek appearance. You can choose to navigate via a direct address or a point of interest--a handy option for traveling in an unknown area.