Eye-Fi Pro X2 Wireless SD Card, $87

Eye-Fi Pro X2 SD Cards let you use Wi-Fi to transfer images straight from your camera to your computer, or post them to a website. The cards hold 8GB of data and can handle JPEG, RAW, and video uploads. (Read "Eye-Fi Pro X2 Increases Capacity and Speed" for more info.) When the Eye-Fi Pro X2 card launched a couple years back it cost $150. Prices have fallen since then, of course. For a limited time, Amazon.com has the best deal I could find: $87 for the Eye-Fi Pro X2, with free shipping.

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Samsung Series 3 15.6-Inch Laptop, $499

An earlier version of the Samsung S series laptops (the NP350) did very well in our tests, earning 4 of 5 stars. Our test model had a 13-inch screen and an Intel Core i5 CPU--and it cost $750 at launch almost a year ago. A larger version of the Samsung Series S laptop, with a 15.6-inch laptop and a quad-core AMD CPU, normally sells for $520-$580 online. Walmart.com has the Samsung S NP305 on sale for only $499 these days, a great deal.

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Canon PowerShot Elph 510 HS, $200

Canon's PowerShot Elph 510 HS is a compact point-and-shoot camera with a whopping 12X optical zoom and great features like a high-speed burst mode (read "Canon's New Pocket Megazooms Are More Pocketable Than Ever" for more details). When the PowerShot Elph 510 HS launched last year it sold for $350, and pricing has remained relatively stable. For a limited time, though, you can visit TigerDirect.com and use a coupon code to take $150 off the price. (TigerDirect.com provides the coupon code.)

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Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet (16GB), $409

As does the rest of the ThinkPad line, Lenovo's ThinkPad Tablet aims directly at business users. Its bulky utilitarian design probably cost it half a star, though; our reviewer gave it 3.5 out of 5 stars. The tablet has a 10.1-inch screen and runs on Android 3.1 Honeycomb; it's packed with ports, including USB 2.0, a dock connector, a micro-USB port, a Mini-HDMI connector, media card reader, and SDHC Card and SIM card slots. Normally the 16GB version sells for $499, but Abe's of Maine has the ThinkPad Tablet on sale for $409, with free shipping.

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Asus G74SX 17-Inch Gaming Laptop, $1200

The Asus G74SX is a "monstrous gaming powerhouse" says our reviewer, who gave it 4 of 5 stars. The laptop has a 17.3-inch screen and weighs almost 10 pounds, runs on a second-generation Intel Core i7 CPU, and blazed through our benchmarking tests. TigerDirect.com has the Asus G74SX-XT1 model on sale now for $250 off the usual price. For $1200 you get 12GB of DDR3 RAM and a 500GB hard drive.

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Dell Inspiron 14R Intel Core i3 Laptop, $480

Dell's Inspiron 14R, a basic all-purpose laptop, did well in PCWorld tests, earning a 3.5-star review. Dell usually sells the Intel Core i3 configuration of its Inspiron 14R for $539. For a limited time, though, Dell is taking $59 off the price and shipping for free.

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Samsung ML-2955DW B&W Laser Printer, $100

Samsung's ML-2955DW is a decent, low-price cost monochrome laser printer. It listed for only $150 when it launched last month, but it earned 3 out of 5 stars in our review due to its pricey toner. I wonder if our reviewer would look on it more kindly now: Newegg.com is selling the ML-2955DW for only $100, with $2 shipping.

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