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DealNN roundup: MacBook Air, digital cameras and more

updated 03:16 pm EDT, Fri October 4, 2013

MacBook Air, digital cameras and more

Currently at MacMall.com, save 25 percent on the 11.6-inch MacBook Air which was $1,000, but has been cut to $750. That $250 price drop makes this the lowest price we've seen on a brand new MBA by $135. Free shipping is available, but sales tax applies for residents of California, Tennessee and Wisconsin. This MBA features a 1.7GHz Intel core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of flash storage. A one-year warranty from Apple is included.

Dell Home has the Alienware 17-inch gaming computer for $1,499. Use coupon code '2M66J?BPVPP$F3' at checkout to drop the price down $50 to only $1,449 with free US shipping. That beats the next lowest price by $151. This week at TigerDirect.com, save big on the Sony Full HD camcorder with built-in projector which has been reduced to only $150. That's $145 less than buying this camcorder brand new anywhere else, and about $50 less than buying it in refurbished condition.

Today's daily deal slasher from TigerDirect.com is on the HP 16MP digital camera (model no. P550) which was $140, but has been cut down to $80 with free shipping. That 43 percent price break makes this the lowest price we have seen on this camera by $46. Check out this bargain and more in our Daily Deal Roundup.




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