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Tuesday tech deals: HP Home coupons, Galaxy S4 $130 (w/plan), Galaxy Note $300 unlocked, Canon SX500 30X camera $200

With activation of a new or additional line 2-year contract, Dell Home offers the Samsung Galaxy S4 4G Android Smartphone for Verizon in White Frost or Black Mist bundled with a $50 Dell Gift Card for $129.99 with free shipping. That's tied with last week's mention as the lowest total price we've seen for this newly-released phone. (Assuming you use the gift card, it's a current price low by $40.)

Tuesday tech deals: 27" Vizio AIO $700, Phenom II X6 1045T kit $180

TigerDirect via eBay offers the Vizio 27" All-In-One Desktop PC, model no. CA27-A1, for $699.99 with free shipping. That's $115 under our mention from five days ago and the lowest total price we could find now by $313. Features include a 27" 1920x1080 LED-backlit LCD, an Intel...

Wednesday tech deals: Vizio Razor 60" 120Hz LED-backlit TV $799

Quick Ship Electronics via eBay offers the refurbished Vizio Razor 60" HDTV, model no. E601i-A3, for $799 with free shipping. That's $150 under a new one from a deal last week and the second-lowest total price we've seen for a 60" HDTV with its features. It's currently $179 less than...

Vizio announces Windows 8 holiday PC lineup

PC newcomer Vizio has announced their Windows 8 holiday lineup consisting of two all-in-one desktops, two Ultrabooks and a single notebook. All systems include third generation Intel Core processors and ship with Microsoft’s Signature seal of approval meaning bloatware will…

Google partners with Hisense for second-gen Google TV set-top box

Google’s effort to blend Internet entertainment with traditional television programming came to fruition nearly two years ago although first generation devices like the Logitech Revue weren’t a hit with consumers for a number of reasons. The search giant isn’t ready…

Toshiba and Vizio to unveil Google TV products at CES

Not only is Samsung planning to announce Google TV hardware in January, but it looks like Toshiba and Vizio will be joining the fray at CES as well. The news comes from "people familiar with the matter," according to Bloomberg.