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DealNN roundup: Samsung Series 9, only $699
Friday, January 4, 2013 @ 1:13pm

This week's deals from DealNN include price cuts on notebook computers, digital cameras and more. Today's Gold Box deal of the day from Amazon is on the Samsung Series 9 13.3-inch Premium Ultrabook which was $1,000, but has been reduced by $300 to $700. That $300 price drop makes this the lowest price we've seen on this notebook by about $260. The unit features a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD with Windows 8 pre-installed.



At JR.com this week, save on the Panasonic Lumix Tough Series digital camera, as it has been reduced by $170 to $229. The Eye-Fi Connect X2 4GB SDHC wireless flash memory card has been reduced by 25 percent, from $40 down to $30 with free US shipping at Newegg.com. Also this week, Newegg has reduced the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 with Wi-Fi from $399 to $349, a savings of $50, and free shipping is included. TigerDirect.com has the TrendNet Wireless N home router for the discounted price of $20, that's a savings of 60 percent off the list price of $50.

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