Dell's Inspiron 14z isn't exactly inspired, says our reviewer, but it is a light, attractive laptop that offers good performance for the price. The 14-inch laptop sold for about $600 when it came to market last October. Right now, though, Dell Online has dropped the price for an Intel Core i3 model to $480 (with free shipping), and it's throwing in Adobe's top-notch Adobe Elements image editor and Premiere Elements video editor.
The 16-megapixel Pentax Option WG-2 is waterproof, dustproof, can withstand temperatures well below freezing--and comes in sporty colors. It launched at $350 in February, but you can get it for only $289 at Abe's of Maine with a $49 instant rebate and a coupon code (LOYALTY10) that takes another $10 off at checkout. Use coupon code FREESD32 to add a free 32GB SDHC memory card if it's not automatically included. (You may need to search for the WG-2 at the vendor's site.)
Samsung's recently released 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 received a positive review from our tablet expert, Melissa Perenson, who considers it a good buy for first-time tablet purchasers. The Galaxy Tab 2 runs Android 4.0, which means it can run standard Android phone and tablet apps. The Galaxy Tab 2 usually sells for $250, but Macmall is currently selling it for only $220 on eBay--and shipping is free. Note that while the tablet is available as I write this, supplies are limited.
Our camera expert called the 16-megapixel Samsung MV800 "part touchscreen camera, part book." The back of the camera features a 3-inch LCD that flips up on hinges to aid with self-portraits and odd-angle shots--and it can also act as a built-in tripod. The MV800 listed for $280 when it launched last September, and these days the price has dropped to about $200-250 online. B&H Photo has a great deal online at the moment--only $158, with no tax and free shipping.