Best Tech Deals of the Week

We found low prices on a new Blu-ray player, a full-featured GPS device, a set of Bluetooth speakers, and more.

LG BD370 Network Blu-ray Disc Player

Finding a deal on a new gadget doesn't happen all that often, but right now LG's new BD370 Network Blu-ray Disc Player is on sale. Currently you can find this player for as low as $250 online; normally it sells for $330. We haven't reviewed this model, but we did look at its predecessor, the LG BD300. Like that model, the BD370 includes support for BD-Live and Netflix streaming (with an ethernet connection). That's a lot of entertainment options for not a lot of dough.

Garmin Nuvi 265T

When I reviewed the Garmin Nuvi 265T late last year, I was impressed with how many features it offered, especially considering that it was available for only $275 at the time. Today, it still has the same amount of features--including excellent navigation and lifetime traffic service (and, unfortunately, the same smallish 3.5-inch screen)--but not for the same price. You can find the Garmin Nuvi 265T online for less than $200. It's a good deal made even better.

Dell Inspiron 531 Desktop PC

While it's no secret that prices have dropped on desktop PCs, a sub-$300 machine remains rare. But that's exactly what you'll find at an Inspiron 531 desktop that starts at $299. That amount is significantly less than the $349 starting price we noted when we looked at the Inspiron 531 upon its debut.

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet

If you're interested in a portable PC but all you really want to do is surf the Web, the Nokia N810 may be just what you need. We looked at the Linux-based N810 when it premiered, and we liked its slim, sleek design and its built-in keyboard. What we didn’t appreciate was its $479 price tag. Now, however, TigerDirect is offering the N810 for just $220, more than half off the original price.

Sony SRS-BTM30 Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Speakers

Sony's SRS-BTM30 lets you play back the tunes you have stored on your phone or MP3 player, without your having to mess with a tangle of wires. This speaker set plays music from Bluetooth-enabled devices wirelessly. (Read our Bluetooth Products Buying Guide for help figuring out if your gadgets support Bluetooth--and what you can do if they don't.) Normally it sells for $130, but right now you can get it for about $55 online.

Today's Best Tech Deals

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