Tuesday tech deals: Logitech Z523 2.1 speakers for $50

By on April 5, 2011, 1:49 PM
Logitech Z523 2.1-Channel Speaker System for $50 + free shipping

Logitech offers the "dented box" Logitech Z523 2.1-Channel Speaker System, model no. 980-000319, for $99.99. Coupon code "logi_z523_4411" drops it to $49.99. With free shipping, that's tied with a deal from February and the lowest total price we could find by $25. Features include 40 watts RMS total power, on-speaker controls, and a headphone jack. Although its box may be dented or scratched, the contents are new with a full warranty.

HP Envy 14 Core i7 Quad 1.73GHz 15" LED Laptop for $956 + free shipping

HP Home & Home Office offers the HP Envy 14, model no. XQ705AV, for $1,274.99. Coupon code "NB8634" cuts it to $956.24. With free shipping, that's $319 off and the lowest total price we could find for this laptop. Sales tax is added where applicable. Features include a 14.5" 1366x768 LED-backlit LCD, an Intel Core i7-740QM 1.73GHz quad-core processor, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 1GB graphics, 4GB of RAM, a 500GB 7200RPM hard drive, dual-layer DVD burner, webcam, 802.11n wireless, Bluetooth, 8-cell battery, Adobe Photoshop Elements 9, Adobe Premiere Elements 9, and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

Refurbished Barnes & Noble nook WiFi eBook Reader for $79 + free shipping

Today only until 4PM ET (or sold out), Barnes & Noble via eBay Daily Deal offers the factory-refurbished Barnes & Noble nook WiFi eBook Reader for $79 with free shipping. That's $11 below last week's mention, $70 under the lowest total price we could find for a new one, and tied with a Black Friday deal as the lowest total price we've ever seen for this device. The nook features a 6" greyscale E-Ink display, in addition to a 3.5" touchscreen color LCD for navigation, eBook library viewing, and more. It features 802.11g wireless (with free access in Barnes & Noble stores), 2GB internal memory, microSD card slot, e-Book lending, and more. A 1-year Barnes & Noble warranty applies.

Dell Vostro V13 Core 2 Duo 1.3GHz 13" LED Laptop for $349 + $8 s&h

Dell Small Business continues to offer the 3.5lb Dell Vostro V13 for $349 plus $8 for shipping. That's tied with our mention from a week ago as the lowest total price we've seen for a Dell Vostro V13 with a Core 2 Duo processor by $50. Sales tax is added where applicable. This 0.65"-thick notebook features a 13.3" 1366x768 widescreen LED-backlit display, an Intel Core 2 Duo ULV SU7300 1.3GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB 7200RPM hard drive, 802.11n wireless, Bluetooth, webcam, a six-cell battery, and Windows 7 Premium 32-bit.

Refurbished Logitech Harmony 620 Universal Remote for $40 + free shipping

reforger via eBay Daily Deal offers the refurbished Logitech Harmony 620 Universal Remote for $39.95. With free shipping, that's $75 under the lowest total price we could find for a new remote. This universal remote features a 1-button activity control, guided online setup, and more. An extended warranty is offered for $7.99 via SquareTrade. No other warranty info is provided.


Super Talent Pico-C 2GB USB Flash Drive for $3 + free shipping

iGoneMobile.com offers the Super Talent Pico-C 2GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive, model no. STU2GPCS, for $2.99 with free shipping ($1.50/GB). That's the lowest total price we could find by $12 and among the cheapest 2GB flash drives we've seen.






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Lurker101 said:

people still use 2.1 speakers?

madboyv1, TechSpot Paladin, said:

There are people don't know what the '.1' is for, or ask why you need speakers aside from the built in ones for your laptop/monitor, or just use headphones/earphones for everything. I for one would rather have two excellent shelf speakers with enough power and range (not hard to find), than a half baked 5.1 system (as most computer speaker systems are), and consider adding a sub if I needed more bass.

jjbeard926 said:

That's all I use. I don't want the surround sound due to the wires and I don't notice a huge difference anyway.

Benny26 Benny26, TechSpot Paladin, said:

5.1 for the TV..2.1 for the PC.

That's the method i stick with.

yRaz yRaz said:

Lurker101 said:

people still use 2.1 speakers?

Look up the kilpsch 2.1 promedia. Amazing speakers, best on the market IMO.

cyrusjumpjet cyrusjumpjet said:

The HP laptop seems like a pretty good deal.

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