Panasonic's 46-inch Viera TC-P46GT30 plasma HDTV has all the right features--Wi-Fi, a generous selection of Internet feeds, and multimedia via USB, SD, and DLNA. However, we gave it 3.5 stars in our review because we felt the sound and picture quality weren't good enough for a HDTV that starts around $900. Right now, though, Newegg.com has a great deal on the Viera TC-P46GT30 that could make the HDTV more attractive: only $760, with an HDTV antenna included and free shipping.
Okay, so the Canon Pixma iP2702 isn't an earthshatteringly great printer. When we reviewed it last year it cost only $50, and we gave it only 2 stars in our review--its print speeds and image quality were great, but its ink cartridges were expensive. I wonder how many stars this printer would rate now, though, given that you can find it for only $20 at NewEgg.com (shipping is only $3).
The 16-megapixel Nikon Coolpix S8200 offers a low-light-optimized CMOS sensor, a stabilized zoom lens that reaches from 25mm ultra-wide-angle to 350mm telephoto, and 1080p video recording. This camera launched in September for $330, but for a limited time Abe's of Maine is selling it for only $219, with free shipping--just enter coupon code Loyalty10 at checkout.
Note: As of 12/15, Roku is no longer accepting the coupon code on its streaming video player. The company did not indicate an expiration date to this offer, so this comes as a surprise. I apologize for the inconvenience. --Editor
The Roku 2 HD streaming video player earned 4 of 5 stars in our review earlier this year. The media streamer normally costs about $60, but Roku has it on sale for only $45, plus free shipping. Use coupon code mPkgError1 at Roku's checkout to get the deal. But watch out--Roku tries to add on extra-cost accessories. Make sure to click the tiny "no thanks" link at the bottom of the checkout page before proceeding.
If you don't mind the color gray, you can get a great deal on a good little camera this week. Canon's PowerShot Elph 100 HS has 12-megapixel resolution and a 4X optical zoom with stabilization--and it cost $200 when it launched earlier this year. Right now Amazon.com is selling the PowerShot Elph 100 HS in gray for only $110, with free shipping. (The other colors are marked down as well, just not as dramatically.)