Refurbished 16GB iPhone 3G
Buying a refurbished (okay, used) iPhone can save you big bucks. Right now, AT&T Wireless is offering refurbished 16GB iPhone 3Gs for $149. That's half off the regular price of $299. You will need to sign a two-year service contract to secure that price, but it is quite a deal. Industry experts are speculating that AT&T is clearing out its current inventory of iPhone 3G models ahead of the launch of a new iPhone this summer.
TomTom Go 730 GPS
You don't have any excuse for getting lost anymore. TomTom's Go 730 normally sells for more than $400, but right now you can find this first-rate GPS device for $180 online. Like its more expensive sibling, the Go 930, this model uses TomTom's IQ Routes technology, which delivered some of the best routes I found when I tested several GPS devices late last year.
Canon Pixma MX700 Multifunction Printer
The Canon Pixma MX700 tops our chart of color inkjet multifunction printers, thanks to its solid overall performance and fast speeds. We also lauded its reasonable midrange price, which was close to $200 at the time of our review. Now, however, you can find this model for just about $100 online. That's a good price for a very capable printer.
Shure SE110 Sound-Isolating Headphones
Why stick with the low-rent earbuds that come with your favorite MP3 player or music phone? There's no reason to when you can upgrade to Shure's SE110 Sound-Isolating Headphones for just over $50. These headphones normally sell for $130. Though we haven't reviewed this product, we have looked at other Shure earphones in the past, and their fit and their noise-canceling technology impressed us.
Polaroid i1035 Digital Camera
Your camera may be cheap, but your snapshots don't have to reflect that. The 10-megapixel Polaroid i1035 digital camera usually lists for $200, but right now you can get this model for less than $70 online. What? You didn't know Polaroid made digital cameras? It certainly does: See what we thought of its Pogo Instant Digital Camera.
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