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DealNN roundup: 27-inch iMac for $1,994 and more
Friday, January 25, 2013 @ 2:18pm

At MacMall.com today, save on the new slim 27-inch iMac which has been reduced to $1,994 with free shipping. That's about $200 less than buying this iMac brand new anywhere else. Sales tax applies for residents of California, Tennessee and Wisconsin. The 27-inch iMac features a 2.9GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive as well as two Thunderbolt ports. An Apple wireless keyboard and Magic Mouse are included, along with a one year limited warranty on parts and labor from Apple.



At Buy.com this week, save 35 percent on the Seagate Backup Plus 1TB USB portable hard drive which was $140, but has been reduced to $90, plus save an additional $15 when promo code '5046C52' is used at checkout, dropping the price further to $75. Save 50 percent on the Sony 16.1MP Cybershot digital camera with 2.7-inch LCD screen, it was $160, but is now only $80 with free Super Saver shipping at Amazon.com. The Sony VAIO 15.5-inch notebook PC has been reduced by $60 from $850 down to $790 with free shipping this week at JR.com. A 43 percent discount is offered on the Garmin Nuvi 1350LMT 4.3-inch portable GPS navigator with lifetime map and traffic updates, it was $210, but is now $120 with free Super Saver shipping at Amazon.com.

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