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Deals of the Week

This week we show you where to find savings on an HP TouchSmart laptop, Beatles Rock Band for the Xbox 360, and more.

Samsung 2333HD Monitor, $212

If you've jumped on the TV on the Internet bandwagon, you may want to take the savings from your no-longer-exorbitant cable bill and apply it to a shiny, new computer monitor. At Amazon you can find an LCD monitor with a built-in 1080p HDTV tuner from Samsung for $212 with free shipping (it normally retails around $260). Now you can justify HDTV work breaks, taking them without even having to leave your desk.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH1, $1164

Abe's of Maine has dropped the price of the Panasonic DMC-GH1 (with a 14mm-140mm lens) from $1500 to a more palatable $1179. Use coupon code LOYALTY15, and it drops another $15 to $1164. Though it has far more features than a typical point-and-shoot, the DMC-GH1 isn't a true DSLR. However, both beginners and advanced users will find the DMC-GH1 intuitive to use, and will be particularly delighted with its ability to capture high-def video.

Electronic Arts Beatles Rock Band Special Value Edition (Xbox 360), $60

If you've waited all this time to acquire the much-heralded Beatles Rock Band, we have good news: Newegg is now offering the Special Value Edition for Xbox 360 for $60 ($100 off the list price). It comes with one of each of the standard rock band instruments--a guitar, a drum set, and a mic--as well as the software that brings the legends to your living room.

HP TouchSmart tm2t Tablet Laptop, $700

The HP Official Store has a killer deal on the HP TouchSmart tm2t tablet laptop--enter the coupon code NBLB44897 at checkout, and the price drops from $1100 to $700, and shipping is free.

The HP TouchSmart tm2t has a 12.1-inch touchscreen display that can swivel around 180 degrees. It comes with Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), a 500GB hard drive, and 4GB of DDR3 memory. HP's TouchSmart technology supports both finger gestures and pen input, making this a fun-to-use laptop with a distinctive design.

Motorola Backflip, Free

If you're looking to get your hands on Motorola's quirky Backflip smartphone, skip the AT&T store (where it costs $100 with activation of a two-year service contract). Instead, head to Wirefly, where they drop the price down to zero and even throw in a 2GB MicroSD card.

The 3.1-inch touchscreen phone runs on the Android OS with Motorola's Motoblur user interface. It also features a full keyboard that can fold behind the screen, and a 5-megapixel camera.