Wednesday tech deals: 15.5" Sony VAIO Core 2 Duo 2.2GHz for $650 with free shipping

By on October 28, 2009, 4:00 PM
Sony VAIO Core 2 Duo 2.2GHz 15.5" laptop for $650 + free shipping

Best Buy has the 15.5" Sony VAIO notebook for $649.99 with free shipping. That's the lowest total price we could find by $80. It features a 15.5" 1366x768 widescreen LCD, an Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 2.2GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, a 320GB SATA HDD, dual layer DVD burner, 802.11n wireless, memory card reader, webcam, HDMI output, and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

Asus O!Play HD Media Player for $90 after rebate + free shipping

ZipZoomfly.com offers the Asus O!Play HD Media Player for $104.99. This $15 mail-in rebate drops it to $89.99. That's the lowest total price we've seen. It features USB 2.0 and eSATA connectivity, Ethernet port, and HDMI output for content streaming in 1080p. Rebate expires November 30.

Four more tech deals after the jump.

Audio Source noise-canceling headphones for $10 + free shipping

Today only, JR.com offers the Audio Source NDHD1AS noise-canceling headphones for $9.99. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $10. They feature active noise-canceling with an on/off switch, adjustable headband, padded earcups, 20Hz to 20KHz frequency response, 3.5mm plug, and airplane adapter. They require one AAA battery, which is included.

Refurbished Philips iPod Docking Speaker System w/FM for $25 + free shipping

Buy.com offers the refurbished Philips iPod Docking Speaker System with FM tuner for $24.99. With free shipping, it's $33 less than the lowest total price we could find for a new unit. It features two 2-watt speakers, bass boost, USB connectivity, FM presets, and an auxiliary input for other sound sources. Note that no warranty information is provided.

Philips 100W DVD Home Theater Sound Bar for $200 + free shipping

Circuit City offers the Philips 100-Watt DVD Home Theater Sound Bar for $199.96. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $40. This sound bar features a 1080p upscaling DVD player, FM tuner, USB connectivity, HDMI output, component and other video outputs, and more.

HandHeldItems.com: Up to 90% off iPhone cases + extra 20% off coupon

HandHeldItems.com knocks up to 90% off select Apple iPhone, iPhone 3G, and iPhone 3GS cases. Plus, take an extra 20% off via coupon code "20iphonecs". In all, over 1,000 items are discounted, most of which are at or near lowest-we've-seen prices. (Scroll down to see them all.) Deal ends October 31.





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tigran1808 said:

very good pricing for the products

freedomthinker said:

Nice prices , but still products in the US come out in Lithuania at least after a year , and then when it does for the US it costs lets say the notebook 650 $ , its costs for us somewhere 3000 $ including currency :/

tonylukac said:

I thought that vaio was worth $900 in the previous recall article.

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Matthew Matthew, TechSpot Staff, said:

There is more than one line of VAIO systems, tonylukac. [link]

Whiffen Whiffen said:

Hehe, my neighbor just got a new laptop and gave his old VAIO to my mom. Its a nice machine but is having some trouble wirelessly connecting to our gateway. I guess its time to do a clean format and get things sorted out, but for the price, free , you can't beat it.

SoulSeeker said:

funny how one days "Tech deal" is the next days "Faulty battery recall" news :-D

treeski treeski said:

@SoulSeeker: The recalled adapters are for Sony desktops and docks though, not for any of their lines of laptops.

Swashbuckling58 said:

Excellent deal for a Sony Vaio but probably the last week's deal about HP HDX was way better. Let's hope the xmas and new year season wound bring better deals.

SoulSeeker said:

treeski said:

@SoulSeeker: The recalled adapters are for Sony desktops and docks though, not for any of their lines of laptops.

Oh, didn't realise that. I thought Vaio would be the name of their Laptop line.. but they seem to use it for pretty much everything ;-)

Have to admit tho.. if I would have just read the 2nd paragraph of the recall article, I would have known that. Shame on me.

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