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DealNN: 62 percent off refurbished LaCie 1TB Little Big Disk

updated 03:45 pm EDT, Tue April 23, 2013

62 percent off refurbished LaCie 1TB Little Big Disk and more

This week, eCost.com has reduced the price on the refurbished LaCie 1TB Little Big Disk external hard drive with Thunderbolt from $450 down to $170, a savings of $280. That's about $180 less than buying this hard drive brand new anywhere else. This hard drive features 1TB of storage space in a compact, lightweight form factor with Thunderbolt connectivity that can be used to play, edit and acquire multiple uncompressed A/V streams directly from the drive regardless of the resolution of the content. A limited warranty is included from LaCie.

A 36 percent discount is offered on the Kensington KeyFolio Executive Zipper Folio Case with Bluetooth Keyboard for iPad 4 with Retina Display, it was $99, but is now $64 with free shipping at Amazon. Rakuten.com has cut the price of the Harman Kardon SoundSticks III self=powered satellite speakers and subwoofer system from $169 down to $154 with free budget shipping.

The Sony CyberShot 16MP rugged/waterproof digital camera is available in open box condition at JR.com for $198.39 with free shipping at JR.com. Save 67 percent on the refurbished D-Link wireless N router at TigerDirect.com, it was $60, but is now only $20.




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