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DealNN: Drobo mini for $300, WD Elements 2TB for $70 and more
Tuesday, September 17, 2013 @ 3:18pm

This week, MacMall.com has the Drobo Mini Thunderbolt Storage Array for the reduced price of $300. That's a whopping $350 off the list price of $650, and the lowest price we've seen on this storage array by $35. The Drobo Mini holds up to four 2.5-inch drives, and connects via two available Thunderbolt ports or one USB 3.0 port. It is compatible with both Windows and Mac systems. A two-year limited warranty on parts and labor is included from Drobo.



The WD Elements 2TB external hard drive is available this week at TigerDirect.com's 48 Hour End of Summer Sale for $90. That's $30 less than the list price of $120, and until Wednesday save an additional $20 through a mail-in-rebate offer that drops the final price further to $70. That discount makes this the best price we've seen by $17. Newegg.com currently has the ASUS widescreen LED backlit LCD monitor 250 for $180. That's $30 off the list price of $210, and the lowest total price we've seen on this monitor by $10. The WD TV Play media player is currently available at eCost.com for the reduced price of $40, which is $30 off the list price of $70, and $14 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. One of today's daily deal slasher's from TigerDirect.com is on the Centon DataStick Rush 128GB USB flash drive and Total Defense premium Internet security bundle. This bundle is priced at $100, but until the end of the month buyers can save $60 courtesy of a mail-in-rebate offer that drops the price down to only $40. For more deal of the day bargains, check out our Daily Deal Roundup.

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