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DealNN: Canon Pixma Pro-100 with paper only $130

updated 02:24 pm EDT, Tue March 25, 2014

Canon Pixma Pro-100 with paper only $130

Amazon this week is offering the Canon Pixma Pro-100 color inkjet photo printer for $388 with free shipping. That's $112 off the list price of $500, and if buyers order before March 31, they can save an additional $200 through a mail-in-rebate offer. Add a 50-sheet pack of LU-101 or SG-201 paper, or two 20-packs of PM-101 paper, and receive an additional $100 off, for a total savings of $300 -- bringing the final cost to around $130. This is about $70 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. This printer features eight dye-based inks, three of which are grayscale. It also offers 4800x2400 dpi resolution, Wi-Fi printing, PictBridge and two-way paper feeding.

At MacMall.com's spring clearance sale, save 25 percent on the G-Tech G-Drive 2TB professional external hard drive, which has been cut from $200 down to $150. That discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this hard drive by the same price margin. It features 2TB of storage that can be accessed via dual FireWire 800 ports, USB and eSATA.

Save 30 percent on the Scepter 40-inch LED 1080p HDTV with ultra slim metal brush bezel at Walmart.com. It was $400, but has been cut to $279, a savings of $122. That's $82 less than the next lowest price we have seen.

Newegg.com has cut the price on the Tt eSports MEKA G1 prime edition keyboard with Cherry MX Brown switch replacement from $100 down to $80. A $30 rebate card drops the price further to $50 with $2 for shipping.

One of today's daily deals from Dell.com is on the Seagate Barracuda 1TB serial ATA 3.5-inch internal hard drive which has been cut from $220 down to $70. That $50 discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this hard drive by about $13.




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