This Week's Best Tech Bargains

We'll show you where to get the best deals on a Panasonic camera, a Seagate hard drive, and more. Plus, find out where you can get a free LG Dare cell phone.

LG Dare Touchscreen Phone

You can find plenty of free cell phone options when you sign a new service contract. But those phones tend to be free for a reason: because they're, well, sort of lame. Right now, however, you can get the LG Dare--a slick touchscreen phone--for free from when you activate a new line of service. (The Dare works on the Verizon Wireless network.) That's a great price for a cool phone with lots of great multimedia features. We haven't reviewed the Dare yet, but it includes the same slick touchscreen technology that impressed us when we reviewed the Samsung Glyde.

Dell Vostro 1510 Laptop

Dell is offering instant savings on its very capable Vostro 1510 laptops. Today, you can buy one equipped with a Core 2 Duo processor, a 15.4-inch screen, a dedicated nVidia GeForce graphics board, 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, and Windows Vista Home for $504--with free shipping. That configuration usually runs you $713. And its low price doesn't mean that you can't expect solid performance. Read "Cheap Laptops Offer Solid Value" to find out more.

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35S Digital Camera

In the market for a point-and-shoot digital camera? Then you'll want to check out the deal that Amazon is offering on the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX35S. This 10MP camera is currently available for just $170--a significant reduction from the usual price, which ranges from $275 to $370. And the Lumix DMC-FX35S doesn't just take snapshots: It can capture high-def video clips at a resolution of 720p.

Logitech Wave Cordless Keyboard

No, keyboards aren't sexy. But they are essential. And at the moment, you can get the cordless Logitech Wave keyboard--which is about as sexy as keyboards get--for less than $30 online. You'd normally pay anywhere from $50 to $100 for it. If cordless keyboards aren't for you, you can opt instead for the USB version, for just $23 on

Seagate FreeAgent Go 250GB Hard Drive is offering a good deal on a nice-looking hard drive. You can buy a 250GB version of the Seagate FreeAgent Go for just $60, almost half off the regular price of about $100. A bonus: The drive connects to Seagate's FreeAgent Theater, which will play back its contents on your TV.

Today's Best Tech Deals

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