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December 4, 2007

Steals And Deals: 4GB Microsoft Zune MP3 Player For $149.99


CNET's Crave blog has found more than a few sellers are offering the 4GB Microsoft Zune MP3 player for around 30% off this week, priced at only $149.99. BuyDig, OfficeMax, and others are featuring the Zune deal through December 8. The Zune, among other things, features video playback and composite video output, of utmost importance to TVSnob's. The 4GB Zune offers the same downloading ease as the Apple iPod, and supports WMV, MPEG-4, and H.264 video formats at DVD-quality natively at a rate of 30 frames per second. The Zune can also import DVR-MS recorded video content using Windows Media Player and although the player's small screen only has a pixel resolution of 320x240, it can store video content with resolution up to 720x480. While it may not be the best portable media player around, the price cut makes it worth a look.

Via Crave

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Steals And Deals: Save $200 Off The Logitech Harmony 1000 Advanced Universal Remote


Save $200 off the Logitech Harmony 1000 Advanced Universal Remote, regularly priced at $500, and featured right now at only $299.99. That's a full 40% off this one-button-press, full home theater power remote. That's right, with the touch of only one icon on the Logitech's 3.5-inch touchscreen, all your home theater components will launch. The user interface is large and backlit for a clear display and ease of use. While most universal's are a giant pain in the ass to setup, all you have to do is connect your 1000 Advanced to your computer and a wizard-like setup process gets everything integrated for you in a matter of minutes. Also, a lithium-ion battery with an included recharging stand ensures that you'll never suffer from dead remote batteries at the most inopportune times again. Don't pass this one up! One of the best remotes for techies and TVSnob's alike at nearly half off!

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December 3, 2007

Steals And Deals: Sony KDL-40XBR2 40" Bravia XBR 1080p LCD


Save a huge $820, a full 33%, off the Sony KDL-40XBR2 40-inch Bravia XBR 1080p LCD TV right now at Featuring a 16:9 aspect ratio, full HD 1080p panel, a Bravia Engine PRO video processor, and a Live Color Creation System featuring WCG-CCFL backlight, the KDL-40XBR2 is a must buy addition to your home theater system. Three HDMI inputs can accomodate your PS3, XBox 360, or your Wii, as well as your HD DVD and/or Blu-ray player, and set-top box is the perfect input combination for all your entertainment needs. The CCFL backlight results in vivid colors, and the Bravia Engine will bring the darkest darks and whitest whites to your LCD screen. Did we mention it features a built-in ATSC tuner with QAM capability? Don't pass this one up!

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December 1, 2007

Steals And Deals: Save $450 When You Buy The Sony Bravia KDL-40V3000 40-Inch 1080p LCD


Save $450 or 25% off the Sony Bravia KDL-40V3000 40-inch 1080p LCD television right now at That means you'll only pay $1450 rather than the regular $1900, and the sale price includes free shipping to your door with plenty of time to spare before Christmas. The KDL-40V3000 features a 10-bit color processor and display, 1920x1080 full HD pixel resolution, and 16:9 aspect ratio. It also features the Bravia Engine EX Full Digital Video Processor which can upconvert 480i standard definition signals to full high-def! The WCG-CCFL backlight works in tandem with the Bravia Engine to create deep blues and natural greens, colors that typically cause problems with LCD's. Sony also uses an Advanced Contrast Enhancer function that build on their on-contrast ratio performance of 1600:11 resulting in a dynamic contrast ratio of 13000:12 meaning deeper blacks with no loss of detail otherwise. There is almost too much to talk about with this model. It'll provide you with ample inputs for all of your home theater needs and is definitely a model I'll think about adding to my home theater setup!

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November 27, 2007

Steals And Deals: Save $70 On Halo 3 Legendary Edition


Head over to and take advantage of the amazing price offer of $70 off the Halo 3 Legendary Edition for the XBox 360. Regularly priced at $129.99, Halo 3 is now available for only $59.99. And that also includes free shipping. This is only for the remainder of today though, so head over there now!

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Steals And Deals: Save $400 On The Purchase Of The Samsung HPT4264 42-Inch Plasma


Save $400 on the purchase of the 720p Samsung HPT4264 42" Plasma HDTV, a full 27% off the regular price of $1500. That means you pay only $1099.98 and shipping to your doorstep is free. The HPT4264 features an amazing 15000:1 contrast ratio and 18-bit video processor for a world-class picture with remarkable clarity and deep blacks. Samsung Digital Natural Image engine (DNIe) Video Enhancer refines video inputs from built-in ATSC and NTSC tuners producing a huge 549 billion colors. Lending itself to the ultimate home theater setup, the HPT4264 features plenty of inputs including 3 HDMI, 3 S-video, 2 component video, and 1 composite video. It even features both PC and USB connection for your HTPC needs. Definitely a nice dollar savings on one of the most popular plasma HDTV's of 2007.

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Free Star Trek Phaser Remote With Toshiba HD DVD Player, Star Trek Boxed Set Purchase


Toshiba, in collaboration with CBS Home Entertainment is offering a free Star Trek "Phaser" remote control with the combination purchase of Star Trek: The Original Series First Season HD DVD/DVD Boxed Set and any Toshiba HD DVD player. The offers good on purchases made before the end of February 2008. The "Phaser" remote control is a 3-in-1 universal remote with Toshiba HD DVD playback ability and has an approximate retail value of about $70. Plus it just looks cool, which is the most important part!

You can purchase the Toshiba HD-A35, HD-A30, or HD-A3 HD DVD 1080p players at and the Star Trek boxed set at none other than the Star Trek Store.


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November 23, 2007

Black Friday: Save Up To 20% Off HDTV's At


Have you been to on your Black Friday HDTV hunt yet? If not, that's okay, because their Black Friday deals will continue into tomorrow. You'll save up to 20% off select HDTV's for the remainder of today and tomorrow. Select models include:

Olevia 247TFHD 47-inch LCD HDTV-$1099.99 after $500 in savings
Mitsubishi WD-Y577 57-inch DLP-$1199.99 after $700 in savings
LG 47LC7DF 47-inch LCD-$1499.99 after $500 in savings
Samsung LN-T4053H 40-inch LCD-$1199.99 after $400 in savings
Mitsubishi WD-73734 73-inch DLP Rear Projection-$2699.99 after $900 in savings
Magnavox 52MF437S/37 52-inch LCD-$1999.99 after $700 in savings
Olevia 232T 32-inch LCD-$479.99 after $20 in savings

All order over $24 include free shipping, so you will be good to go with your HDTV purchase plus you'll pay no interest for 18 months on all models except the Olevia 232T.

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The Complete Black Friday Guide

There is no time to site around and surf the web looking for Black Friday deals today. Do that and the best deals will be gone before you ever have time to take advantage of them. We've tried to make things quick and simple for you here by providing a guide of all our Black Friday-related postings from the past month or so you have more time to use the deals rather than look for them. Just click on the links to find what you're looking for. They're listed in order from newest to oldest.

Nov.23-Black Friday
Black Friday: Apple Store Online Deals Now Available
Black Friday: Hot HDTV Deals At

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Black Friday: Apple Store Online Deals Now Available


The Apple Store's Black Friday online deals are now available at the Apple website. Honestly there isn't too much to talk about here. The savings aren't particularly impressive, but they are savings nonetheless.

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