Wednesday tech deals: 24" Samsung monitor for $160

By on September 1, 2010, 2:22 PM
Samsung SyncMaster 24" 1080p LCD Display for $160 + free shipping

Today only, Dell Home offers the Samsung SyncMaster 24" 1080p LCD Monitor, model no. 2494LW, for $159.99. With free shipping, that's tied with a deal from last week as the lowest total price we've ever seen for this monitor. It's a current price low by $62. Sales tax is added where applicable. It features a 1920x1080 (1080p) resolution, 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 300 cd/mē brightness, 5ms response time, both DVI and VGA inputs, and more.

Five more tech deals after the jump.

Lenovo ThinkPad X100e 1.6GHz 12" Laptop w/mouse for $389 + free shipping

Abe's of Maine offers the 3.3-lb. Lenovo ThinkPad X100e bundled with an Optical Mouse for $389 with free shipping. That's $38 under an April deal of a similar configuration, which didn't include a mouse, and the lowest total price we could find by $41. Billed as Lenovo's first business ultraportable notebook, it features an AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 1.6GHz dual-core processor, an 11.6" 1366x768 LED-backlit display, 1GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, ATI Radeon HD 2200 graphics, 802.11n wireless, 0.3-megapixel camera, 6-cell battery, and Windows 7 Home Premium.

Kingston 64GB SATA SSD 2.5" Laptop Kit for $90 after rebate + free shipping

Buy.com offers the Kingston SSDNow V-Series 64GB Serial ATA Internal Solid State Disk (SSD) 2.5" Notebook Kit, model no. SNV425-S2BN/64GB, for $124.99. This $35 mail-in rebate drops it to $89.99. With free shipping, that's $1.41/GB, the lowest total price we've seen. It's also a current price low by $40. In addition to the SSD, this kit includes a drive cloning cable and software. Rebate ends September 8.

Ohmetric 3-in-1 Workstation 15" Laptop Backpack for $22 + $6 s&h

Today only, Yugster offers the Ohmetric 3-in-1 Workstation 15" Notebook Backpack in Black, model no. 30074, for $26.97. Coupon code "YUGSAVE5/25" knocks it to $21.97. With $6 for shipping, it's $7 under our July mention and the lowest total price we've seen. It's a current low by $72.) This case is checkpoint friendly and features a removable hardshell platform and mobile organizer, padded contour straps, hidden security pockets, and more. It supports laptops with screens of up to 15".

12-in-1 USB Memory Card Reader for 59 cents + free shipping

Meritline.com offers this 12-in-1 USB 2.0 Memory Card Reader in Clear Blue for $1.59. Coupon code "MLCK253816090162NL1" chops it to 59 cents. With free shipping, it's the lowest total price we've seen for this particular reader. It supports most conventional types of flash cards as well as Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) cards. Coupon ends after 1,000 uses. Expect this item to take two to three weeks to arrive.

Audio-Technica Open-Air Headphones for $30 + $5 s&h

Today only, Cowboom.com offers the Audio-Technica Open-Air Headphones, model no. ATH-AD300, for $29.99. With $5 for shipping, it's the lowest total price we could find by $44. These open-air headphones purport to produce no sense of pressure on the ears. They feature a frequency response of 20 Hz to 25,000 Hz.







User Comments: 7

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pgcharlie said:

hi.. i want to know how good are these deals.. i m in India.. am i too extended this offer.. price, free shipping etc.. anybody in India has benefited from this?..

EXCellR8 EXCellR8, The Conservative, said:

not bad... i paid over $200 for my 23" almost 2 years ago

teklord teklord said:

I have to have 1920X1200 res, nothing less. That's what I am using now. This monitor goes for about what I paid for my 24" 1920X1200 used. Wouldn't trade it.

Deso said:

@ teklord

Agreed, I can't use anything else then 1920x1200, feels so primitive after you have tasted the bigger resolutions.

Guest said:

I found this website this morning by accident, saw the fantastic deal at Dell for a 24 inch display for $160.00, and missed it by a little over 6 hours, or less depending on which time zone Dell went by.

I will forever keep techspot.com alive on all 5 of my workstations. And I wont be anonomous for long.

Thanks.

EXCellR8 EXCellR8, The Conservative, said:

1920x1200 isn't that much better than 1080p, and 120 extra pixels isn't worth the giant spike in price.

teklord teklord said:

Some games like emulators run in 4:3, so it is nice having that run in 1600x1200 for example. Other programs take advantage of the 1920x1200 res too.

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