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DealNN roundup: 46 percent off Buffalo 1TB NAS drive
Friday, January 18, 2013 @ 2:36pm

Newegg.com's Shell Shocker deal of the day today is on the Buffalo 1TB network storage drive, which has been reduced by 46 percent, from $130 to $70. This price cut makes it the lowest price we have seen by around $30. Free US shipping is included. The Buffalo network storage drive provides 1TB of storage space that can be accessed remotely anywhere users have an Internet connection. A one-year limited warranty on parts and labor is included from Buffalo.



At TigerDirect.com, save 63 percent on the refurbished Logitech MK550 Wireless Wave mouse and keyboard set, which retails for $80, but is priced at $30 -- a savings of $50. At JR.com, save $20 on the Samsung BD-E6500 smart-3D Blu-ray player, it was $198, but is now $178 with free shipping available. Save 24 percent on the Toshiba 40-inch 1080p LCD HDTV, which has been reduced from $700 to $530, a savings of $170 this week at Newegg.com. The Acer Aspire One 10.1-inch netbook with Intel Atom N2600 processor, 1GB of RAM and a 320GB hard drive has seen the price drop from $250 down to $220 with free budget shipping at Buy.com.

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