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DealNN: 11.6-inch MBA for $900, Drobo for $450, more

updated 01:39 pm EDT, Fri August 16, 2013

11.6-inch MBA for $900, Drobo for $450, more

This weekend, BestBuy.com has cut $100 off a selection of MacBook Air models. The 11.6-inch MacBook Air has been reduced from $999 to $899 with free shipping. That's $50 less than the next lowest price on a brand-new model. This MBA features a 1.3GHz Intel fourth-generation i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB SSD along with Intel HD Graphics 5000. A one-year warranty is included from Apple.

TigerDirect.com currently has the Drobo 5N Network Attached storage array for $600. Use exclusive coupon code 'VOR98392' at checkout to drop the price down to $450. That's $50 less than their advertised coupon code price (which cut's the total to $500) and also $86 less than the lowest price we've seen anywhere else.

This week Groupon.com has cut the price on the Beats by Dr. Dre Studio over-the-ear headphones in price from $300 down to $200. That 33 percent price cut makes this the lowest price we have seen on these headphones by around $50.

The LaCie 3TB Porsche external hard drive has been reduced from $180 down to $115 at eCost.com. That makes it about $32 less than the lowest brand new price we've seen anywhere else.

Today's Daily Deal roundup includes a 15.6-inch Dell Inspiron notebook for $299, a Canon Pixma MX922 for $90, Team Vulcan 16GB RAM for $100 and more.




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