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The Best Tech Bargains of the Week

We'll show you where to find a sleek touchscreen MP3 player, a big-screen HDTV, and a GPS that can help improve your golf game.

Archos 5 Media Player

When our reviewer looked at the Archos 5 media player, she lauded its elegant design, spectacular video, and music playback--but she didn't like its exorbitant price tag. This glossy touch-screen audio and video player typically sells for $350 to $390. Right now, though, you can get it from NewEgg.com for $250.

Dell Wasabi Mobile Printer

Why wait until you get home (or to the drugstore) to print out your photos? With Dell's Wasabi portable printer, you can print them wherever you are. And now, you can do it for less. The printer, which normally sells for $149 is now on sale for $79. It prints wirelessly, using Bluetooth, and incorporates Zink imaging technology, which does not require ink for printing.

Sony 40-Inch Bravia HDTV

Want big savings on a big-screen TV? Then this is a deal for you. BestBuy.com is offering the Sony Bravia 40-Inch HDTV for $800. That's $500 off the model's $1300 list price (and $300 off BestBuy.com's usual price of $1100). The 40-inch LCD displays content at resolutions of up to 1080p, and it comes with four HDMI inputs, plus a PC input for connecting your computer. We haven't reviewed this particular model, but Sony's TVs have impressed our reviewers in the past. They've impressed our readers, too: In our most recent reliability and service survey, our readers rated Sony's HDTVs as the most reliable in the HDTV category.

Garmin GolfLogix GPS Device

What better way to get into the swing of summer than with a little golf? And what better way to improve your golf game than with the help of GPS? Yes, that's right: A GPS device can help you choose your club and avoid bunkers and other hazards along the course. And now, you can get Garmin's GolfLogix GPS model for almost half off. Amazon.com is offering it for $180--40 percent below the $300 list price.

Dell 22-Inch HD LCD

Everything is better in high definition, even your monitor. And right now you can get Dell's 22-inch true HD LCD for $144, a savings of $55 off the $199 list price. This model offers a 22-inch-diagonal screen for getting work done or for watching movies the way they were meant to be seen: In 1080p HD. We haven't reviewed this monitor, but Dell's LCDs have impressed us in the past with their ability to display crisp text and graphics.