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DealNN roundup: Motorola GPS now only $69

updated 01:55 pm EDT, Fri June 4, 2010

Deals on Blu-ray players, headphones and more

Today's deals from DealNN include a range of items from Blu-ray players and headphones to GPS systems. Compusa.com today is offering the refurbished 4.3-inch Motorola TN30 Auto GPS Navigation System complete with Bluetooth support, Text-to-speech technology, and both US and Canada Maps. Currently, this GPS has dropped from $99.99 down to $69.99.

The Sony BDP-S570 Blu-ray player is currently available at TheNerds.net for $189.99. Newegg.com has dropped the price of the JVC In-Ear Headphones with Air Cushion Technology down to $9.99. Apple's online store currently has the refurbished current-generation 8GB iPod touch for $149. The refurbished Western Digital 250GB My Passport Essential USB Portable Hard Drive is now on sale at eCost.com for $41.99.




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  1. alumniwest

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    don't buy refurbished from eCost - it's too risky

    I love getting the deals from this site - but it makes be crazy when eCost is listed. From my experience, and many others (you'll see if you google search - "ecost complaints") Buying a new product, probably okay, but if you purchase a refurb product, and have ANY problem - too bad, it's your problem and eCost's policy is to let you deal with it - like contacting the OEM to arrange repair.
    I thinks it's worth a few extra bucks to shop elsewhere.

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