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DealNN: 21.5-inch iMac for $1,100

updated 02:53 pm EDT, Fri March 28, 2014

21.5-inch iMac for $1,100

This week at MacMall.com, get a 21.6-inch iMac for $1,100. It was $1,500, but has been cut to $1,180 -- and until April 30, save an additional $80 through a mail-in-rebate offer that drops the final cost to $1,100. That makes this the lowest price we have seen on this model by roughly the same price margin. This iMac features a 2.9GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. A one-year warranty on parts and labor is included from Apple.

BuyDig.com this week has reduced the price on the Canon Pixma MG6320 wireless all-in-one color inkjet photo printer from $160 down to just $74. That discount makes this the lowest price we have seen by about $60.

At B&H.com this week, get the Sony Alpha NEX-5R mirrorless digital camera and Ruggard Streak 15 shoulder bag for $350. That is about $100 less than buying these items individually anyplace else.

This week, TigerDirect.com has reduced the price on the Seagate 600 Series 480GB SSD from $420 down to $230 with free US shipping. That is about $150 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else.

Today's deal of the day from BestBuy.com is on the Fujifilm FinePix JX650 16MP digital camera. It was $100, but has been reduced to $50. That discount makes this the lowest price we have seen on this camera by nearly $60.




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