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DealNN roundup: refurb. 64GB iPod touch 4G, drops to $339

updated 10:50 am EDT, Fri May 13, 2011

Deals on iPods, monitors, and more

Today's deals from DealNN include discounts on iPods, monitors and more. Apple.com currently has a wide selection of refurbished iPods available for as low as $129, however the refurbished 64GB iPod touch 4G with HD video recording and editing capabilities, built-in cameras, a multi-touch display with Retina support, and the ability to playback movies, music, and TV shows is currently featured at DealNN. The iPod touch has recently dropped to $339 and offers a price break of $60.

Enhance the sound of the iPod with the Altec Lansing M202 Octiv Duo Speaker System for iPod and iPhone, which is now available at BHphotovideo.com for $79.88 and features a unique wedge design and a built-in USB port for charging devices. Newegg.com is still offering the 24-inch Samsung Full HD LCD Monitor for the reduced price of $249.99, making it $40 less than its regular cost and includes free ground delivery. Finally, Onsale.com has recently lowered the cost of the 2.13GHz HP Smart Buy Notebook with 4GB of RAM and 320GB hard drive, which is now on sale for $399.99 after mail-in rebate and has shipping rates starting at $11.76.




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  1. Paul Huang

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    iPod edu rebate on the way

    In three weeks.

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