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DealNN roundup: HDTVs, digital cameras, printers and more

updated 12:46 pm EST, Fri December 14, 2012

HDTVs, digital cameras, printers and more

Today's deals from DealNN include price cuts on HDTVs, digital cameras, printers, and more. At BestBuy's online site today, save big on two great HDTV deals. The Panasonic 32-inch LCD HDTV has been reduced by $70 from $300 down to $230. That's about $50 less than the lowest price we have seen on this HDTV anywhere else. Also, there is a whopping $230 price drop on the Sharp 46-inch 1080p LCD HDTV which lowers the price down to $400, which is about $100 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. Free shipping is included with both of these offers, and these prices are available for today only.

At JR.com, find big savings on Nikon cameras, like the Coolpix S30 10MP digital camera, which has been cut from $120 down to $80 with free shipping. The TRENDnet 5-port gigabit GREENnet switch has been reduced by 66 percent from $60 down to $20 with free shipping today at Buy.com. Save $70 on the Tohisba Satellite 15.6-inch notebook computer with AMD processor, 4GB of RAM and a 320GB hard drive, now only $400 at OfficeDepot.com. At Walmart's online site, find a 43 percent price break on the HP Deskjet 3056A inkjet multifunction printer/copier/scanner. It was $69, but is now $39.




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