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Tuesday, January 29, 2013 @ 2:01pm

Until Monday, February 4, take advantage of the Big Game Blowout sale at MacMall.com. Save on items like the third-generation 32GB iPad with Retina display, which has been reduced by 20 percent to $480, making this about $106 less than the lowest price we have seen anywhere else. This iPad features a Retina display, 5MP iSight camera, Wi-Fi, and is powered by a A5X dual-core processor. A one-year warranty on parts and labor is included from Apple.



At Buy.com, save 52 percent on the Iomega EZ media backup center 1TB NAS network hard drive, which has seen a steep discount from $170 down to $80 with free budget shipping. The Pogoplug mobile has seen a whopping 80 percent price cut at JR.com this week, lowering the cost from $80 down to only $16 with free US shipping available. Amazon.com has slashed the price on the Monster Turbine high performance In-Ear speakers. They were $180, but have been reduced to $79 with free Super Saver shipping. In related news, the Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD over-the-ear headphones have been reduced from the list price of $230 down to $200 with free shipping at JR.com.

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