This Week's Best Tech Bargains

In the market for a Bluetooth headset? A new display? Or an MP3 player? We'll show you where to find the best deals.

Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB Hard Drive

When we tested Western Digital's 1TB Caviar Black hard drive in December, we liked a lot of things about it, especially its speedy performance and great feature set. One of the few things we didn't like about it was its price at the time: $200. But now you can get that same drive for almost half off: is selling the drive for about $106. That's a lot of storage for a pretty low price.

SanDisk 4GB Sansa Clip MP3 Player

Apple isn't the only company making digital audio players, you know. And opting for a product from another manufacturer can save you big. Case in point: SanDisk's Sansa Clip. The 4GB version of this music player, which is small enough to clip onto a pocket or a sleeve, usually lists for $80. But today, you can find it for as little as $47. That leaves you with plenty of cash left over to fill it with tunes.

HP W1907 19-Inch LCD

Need a little more screen real estate? It may be time to consider upgrading to a 19-inch display. HP's W1907 flat panel is now available for as little as $150--a steep drop from its original $275 price. When we reviewed it in December 2007, we lauded its built-in speakers and above-average text display. We also found it better-looking than many monitors we tested. And now that its price has dropped, it looks even better.

Creative Vado Pocket Camcorder

Pure Digital's Flip may grab most of the headlines, but it's not the only pocket-sized camcorder on the market. Creative's Vado camcorder has many of the same features as the Flip--including a flip-out USB connector and the ability to easily upload your videos to the Web. And its one killer feature--its lower price--has become even better. The Vado lists for $100, and you can usually find it for around $80 or so online. But Amazon is now offering it for just $60.

Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset

Aliph's updated Jawbone topped our chart of Bluetooth headsets when we reviewed it a few months ago. It earned that spot even when we factored in its $130 list price. Today, though, you can find the new Jawbone (sometimes called the Jawbone 2) for less than $50 online. Maybe you could spring for a new phone with all the cash you have left over.

Today's Best Tech Deals

Picked by PCWorld's Editors