Kodak EasyShare M763 Digital Camera
Kodak's EasyShare M763 typically costs just about $100--and we consider that to be a good price for an easy-to-use point-and-shoot camera. But right now, you can get this particular model for about half off: Dell is selling it for $50 when you use the promo code L$15SCF57RH3CP at checkout. For that price, you get 7.2 megapixels, a 2.7-inch LCD, a 3X optical zoom, and image stabilization. Not bad--but the coupon expires on April 30.
Netgear Rangemax WNDR3300 Wireless-N Router
Thinking about upgrading your wireless network to the speedy 802.11n standard? You can do it cheaply with this bargain: NewEgg.com is offering refurbished versions of Netgear’s RangeMax WNDR3300 dual-band wireless-N router for just $30. It lists for $157, new. We haven’t reviewed this model, but we did look at Netgear’s similar WNDR3500 model, and were impressed with its performance. In fact, one of the things we didn't like about the 3500 was that it stood upright only--you couldn't lay it on its side. That's not an issue with the 3300, which can lie flat.
Magellan Maestro 5310 GPS
Another good deal from Dell, but this time it's on a GPS. Dell is offering the Magellan Maestro 5310 for just $150--a significant discount on a device that usually sells for $300 or more. You get a roomy 5-inch screen, a points-of-interest database that's stocked with more than 6 million entries, and the excellent Magellan navigation features that impressed us on the Maestro 4350.
Plantronics Discovery 650E Bluetooth Headset
If you're in the market for a Bluetooth headset and you'd like to save $100, you should check out the Plantronics Discovery 650E. Amazon is offering it for $25; that’s more than $100 off the list price of $130. We haven’t reviewed this particular model, but we did look at its sibling, the Plantronics Discovery 925, which our reviewer called "a joy to use."
DVI Gear HDMI Cable
We've already told you that you don't necessarily have to spend a lot on an HDMI cord to get the best picture. So here's a deal. This HDMI cable isn’t free, but it’s pretty darn close: It will cost you 59 cents at Amazon.com. It's a six-foot-long cable by DVI Gear that usually sells for $40. As Amazon points out, the current price saves you 99 percent. You can't do much better than that.
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