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Deals of the Week

This week, we've assembled some truly eye-catching devices--such as a thin-and-light Toshiba laptop and the iRiver Spinn--that will undoubtedly look great and save you a bundle.

iRiver Spinn, $90

The iRiver Spinn is on sale at Buy.com for $90, down from its regular retail price of $120. The MP3 player boasts a sleek design that challenges the iPod touch with a slim, brushed-silver body and a dazzling 3.3-inch touchscreen.

Movies and photos appear sharp on the 480-by-272-pixel-resolution screen, and the audio quality is excellent (once you replace the lackluster earbuds). The "Spinn" name refers to a unique control on the device's right-hand side that lets you scroll through menus with a simple stroke. You can also navigate using the touchscreen or a number of other input options on the top and side.

The original retail price tag of $290 placed it among the most expensive 8GB MP3 players on the market, leaving us wondering whether it was worth it for anyone but the most fashion-conscious. The price has since come down (to around $120), but at $90, the iRiver Spinn will certainly turn heads without breaking the bank.

5800 XpressMusic Unlocked Smartphone, $150

You can get an unlocked Nokia 5800 XpressMusic phone from Dell.com for $200 using coupon code 'NRWWWX8?VC980?' (it typically retails for $270). Fill out a rebate form (that requires you to activate a free Ovi Store or Ovi Maps account) and walk away with this phone for a cool $150.

The music-centric Nokia 5800 XpressMusic features excellent sound quality, a 3.2-inch touchscreen, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and 3.2-mexapixel camera (with LED flash and geotagging). We particularly liked the bundled extras, including an 8GB microSD card, headset, and extra stylus. Drawbacks? The Web browsing experience didn't quite match the iPhone's, and the touchscreen was not the best.

Epson WorkForce 600, $130

If you're looking for an attractive and speedy printer, Newegg has the Epson WorkForce 600 inkjet on sale for $130 (regularly $200). We reviewed the similar WorkForce 610, a viable office printer with Wi-Fi, ethernet, and USB connectivity.

Though our tests proved the all-in-one WorkForce 600 to be a less than stellar copier, it blew the competition away in timed trials. Two minutes for a 10-page document is standard for an inkjet printer, but the WorkForce managed the feat in 51 seconds. Beware, though, of high ink costs. We recommend using Epson's "Extra-high Capacity" cartridge, which prints 3.5 times as many pages as a standard black cartridge.

iPod Touch Accessories, 50% Off

Receive 50 percent off select iPod touch accessories when you use the code "Dealnews50%Touch" over at pcmicrostore.com. Be quick, though: The coupon can be redeemed only 500 times.

We recommend getting a soft-touch stylus, a travel charger, or a new set of headphones. The store also has cases that are compatible with the Nike + iPod sensor for tracking workout information.

Need help navigating the iPod touch accessory world? Check out our Holiday Gift Guide for ideas under $100.

Toshiba Satellite T135-S1310 13.3-Inch Widescreen Notebook, $600

The Satellite T135-S1310 typically retails for $700, but Amazon and Office Depot have it on sale for $600, so it isn't much more expensive than a high-end netbook. It is, however, about $1000 cheaper than regular ultraportables such as the beloved Sony VAIO VGN-Z598U or Toshiba's own Portege R600-ST520W.

This capable notebook thoroughly impressed us with its vivid screen and sleek design. At 1-inch thick and weighing 3.8 pounds, the Toshiba Satellite T135-S1310 is a great alternative to an underpowered netbook or an expensive ultraportable laptop.

In our tests, the six-cell battery lasted nearly 7 hours, and screen quality was exceptional. In fact, our only complaints were minor details about the keyboard and touchpad (you may want to check it out in person before committing).

For technical questions, take a gander at our How to Buy an Ultraportable Laptop guide.