Laptops: In a doorbuster deal, Best Buy is selling a Sony laptop with a Blu-ray drive for $500. It includes a Blu-ray video, a subscription to a security software package, and a laptop bag. To take advantage of this early-bird deal, you need to pick up a ticket at Best Buy (they'll be doled out starting at 3 a.m. Friday morning), and quantities are limited to 10 per store.
Desktops: Best Buy will also have the HP Pavilion p6624y with a quad-core AMD processor, 8GB of memory, and a 1TB hard drive. It comes with a 23-inch monitor and a wireless printer. The Black Friday price will be $600; it's currently on the Best Buy site for $700, without the monitor and printer.
E-book readers: The best deal will demand an early morning. Early-birds at Best Buy can save about $50 on the Nook Wi-Fi, which is selling at $99.99 rather than its usual price of $150.
32-inch LCD TVs: There are a number of deals on 32-inch LCDs. So far, the cheapest we’ve seen is the Emerson 720p set at Walmart (model LC320EM1) priced at $198.
50-inch or larger TVs: Walmart will be also breaking the $500 barrier for a 50-inch plasma with a $498 price on a Sanyo 720p set (DP50740); its regular retail price is $650.
Atlona Technologies has won HomeToys.com's Innovative products from CEDIA 2010 with its entry of the 7" HD Testing Monitor as voted on by HomeToys.com readers.
Lutron Electronics Thursday announced a multimedia campaign aimed at spreading awareness of its products' energy-saving attributes. The campaign includes a series of four 30-second TV commercials, a new website at LutronSavesEnergy.com and a continuation of the company's Mobile Experience Tour next year. The TV commercials will air on HGTV and the DIY channel. "Lutron has been committed to saving energy since 1961," Chris Murray, senior vice-president of Lutron's residential solutions business, said as part of the annoucnement. "In fact, we estimate the installed base of our products already saves the nation nearly 10 billion kWh of electricity, or approximately $1 billion in utility costs per year. This latest campaign is our most coordinated effort yet to educate the public on the many energy-saving benefits of Lutron products."
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