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DealNN: Dell printer for $50, Toshiba notebook for $1,000, more

updated 01:25 pm EDT, Tue August 20, 2013

Dell printer for $50, Toshiba notebook for $1,000, more

This week, Staples has the Dell 1160w wireless monochrome laser printer for the reduced price of $50. That's $70 off the regular price of $120, and the lowest price we have seen on this printer by $33. This printer features print speeds of 20ppm with a resolution of 600x600 dpi, WiFi connectivity, 150 sheet paper capacity, and compatibility with Mac, Windows and Linux. A one-year warranty is included from Dell.

The Toshiba Statellite 15.6-inch notebook computer with a 1.9GHz Intel core i3 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive on sale for $500 after a special DealNN.com coupon code is used. BestBuy.com offers the Microsoft Sculpt touch wireless mouse for the reduced price of $25. Save 75 percent on the Memorex ultra portable travel speaker for iPod and iPhone, it carries a list price of $60, but has been reduced to $15 with free shipping at BuyDig.com.

Today's daily deal roundup features price cuts on notebooks, NAS storage bays and more. Woot.com's daily deal today is on the 17.3-inch Asus notebook computer with a 2.4GHz i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 750GB hard drive for only $1,000.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. SierraDragon

    Mac Elite

    Joined: 03-22-04

    $50-$70 printers are common at the box office supply stores without dealing with Dell junkware.

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