Kindle Fire Plus $50 Gift Card for $199

Amazon is holding firm on its $199 price for its popular Kindle Fire e-reader. However, that's not keeping Walmart from sweetening the deal: Pay $199 for the Kindle Fire at Walmart and get a $50 gift card. Can't decide if the Kindle Fire is for you? Read "Kindle Fire vs. Nook Tablet: Which Should You Buy?" for some advice.

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Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 1.5TB Drive, $100

Seagate's FreeAgent GoFlex line of portable hard drives is designed to work with many different connection types such as USB, eSATA, FireWire, and more. A series of add-on modules lets you swap interfaces with ease. When the drives were introduced in 2010 the 1TB model listed for $190. Now, however, you can get even more for much less: Newegg.com has a larger 1.5TB FreeAgent GoFlex portable drive for only $100, with free shipping.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1-Inch 16GB Wi-Fi Tablet, $448

Samsung's 10.1-inch Wi-Fi version of its Galaxy Tab garnered four of five stars when we reviewed it upon its release. At that time the 16GB Galaxy Tab sold for $499. Our reviewer enjoyed testing the Galaxy Tab, calling it "lightweight and extremely well balanced" and praising its sharp and crisp display. Amazon.com has good prices on the 16GB and 32GB versions of the Wi-Fi Galaxy Tab: $448 and $537 respectively, with free shipping.

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Adobe Lightroom 3 Photo Editor & Organizer, $149

Adobe Lightroom 3 is a serious editing and workflow organization tool for serious photography pros (and serious hobbyists) that earned an amazing 4.5 out of 5 stars when it was reviewed upon release. Normally this high-end photo editor goes for about $300, but Buy.com has it on sale for only $149, with free shipping.

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Iomega eGo Skin Portable 500GB Drive, $60

Iomega's eGo Skin Portable hard drive is stylish and edgy, with a bold black-and-yellow case. It's speedy, holds 500GB of data, has FireWire 800 and 400 ports, and includes Retrospect Express and Iomega QuikProtect software. It also features Iomega DropGuard technology, which protects your data from falls of up to 51 inches. It did great in our lab tests, earning four of five stars (go to the PCWorld Iomega eGo product information page for details).

The Iomega portable drive usually sells for $125, but J&R has the eGo Skin Portable on sale for only $60, plus free shipping.

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Samsung 51-Inch 3D TV With 3D Blu-ray Player and Glasses, $1019

Samsung's PN51D6500 is a 51-inch plasma HDTV with Internet connectivity and very good standard and 3D image quality (read our review for details). Normally the HDTV alone sells for around $1400. Right now, though, BuyDig.com has a great deal: $1039 gets you the HDTV, a Samsung BD-D5500 3D Blu-ray player, and two pairs of active-shutter 3D glasses, with free shipping. Enter coupon code SeasonsDigging20 at checkout and watch the price fall to $1019.

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Lenovo ThinkPad X120e Ultraportable, $299

When our reviewer tested Lenovo's ThinkPad X120e last year, he was torn: Should he consider the portable an underperforming laptop or a fantastic netbook? After careful consideration, he gave the ThinkPad X120e four of five stars as a top-notch business netbook. Lenovo's ultraportable-cum-netbook usually sells for about $480, but Walmart is selling the X120e for only $299, with 97-cent shipping.

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