Vistaprint again offers a 12-Month Personalized Photo Calendar for free plus $5.67 for shipping. That’s tied with our mention from a week as ago the best customized calendar deal we could find. Choose from wall or desk calendars.
Adorama offers the LG INFINIA 55″ 120Hz 1080p Widescreen 3D-Ready LED-Backlit LCD HD Television, model no. 55LW5600, bundled with the LG 3D Blu-ray Disc Player, model no. BD650, the LG 140-watt Stereo Bluetooth Sound Bar, model no. LSB306, and the LG 3D Glasses Family 6-Pack, model no. AG-F216, for $1,599 with free shipping. That’s $64 under the best price we could find for these items purchased separately elsewhere.
The DLNA-certified HDTV features a 1920×1080 (1080p) native resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 8,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, local dimming, WiFi with included adapter, Smart TV Internet streaming, USB 2.0 connectivity, four HDMI 1.4a inputs, and VGA and other video inputs. The Blu-ray player features playback support for standard and 3D Blu-ray disc movies in 1080p, DVD playback and upscaling via HDMI, Dolby TrueHD Digital Plus, Ethernet connectivity, wireless-ready (with optional dongle), LG Smart TV (with Netflix, VUDU, Amazon Video on Demand, and more), USB 2.0 connectivity, and more. The soundbar features Bluetooth connectivity, 70 watts per channel into two channels, two optical inputs, and more.
CellularFactory offers the Wireless Bluetooth Retro Phone Handset in seven colors for $19.98. Coupon code “FREESHIP” yields free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find by $16. (We mentioned a wired model for the same price three weeks ago.)
mwave offers the Engenius 802.11g Wireless Access Point, model no. ECB3500, for $79.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find by $5. It allows broadcasting of multiple SSIDs via one device and features dual detachable 5dBi antennas, speeds up to 108Mbps, WEP/WPA/WPA2 encryption, functionality as a router, access point, repeater, and more.
Abe’s of Maine again offers the Nikon Coolpix S9100 12.1-Megapixel Digital Camera in Red (pictured), model no. 26249, Black, model no. 26248, or Silver, model no. 26247, for an in-cart price of $179.95. Coupon code “LOYALTY10″ drops it to $169.95. With free shipping, that’s tied with our mention from two weeks ago as the lowest total price we’ve ever seen for this camera. (It’s also a current price low in any color by $27). Features include a 3″ LCD, 18x optical zoom, optical image stabilization, up to 5 fps continuous shooting, 1080p video capture, 74MB integrated memory, SD/SDHC card slot, USB, HDMI, and more.
mwave offers the QNAP 4-Bay Gigabit Ethernet External Network Attached Storage Enclosure, model no. TS-459-PROII-US, for $849.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find by $71. It features support for four SATA hard drives up to 12TB, RAID 0/1, JBOD configurations, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two eSATA ports, two USB 3.0 ports, and more.
mwave offers the Mukii 2.5″ Hard Drive Storage Case 2-Pack in Black for $3.99 with free shipping. That’s $2 per case and $3 under the lowest total price we could find for this quantity elsewhere. This anti-static plastic hard drive enclosure features a buckle snap top, identification label, and more.
Buy.com offers the Samsung ML-3712ND Monochrome Network Laser Printer for $149.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find by $79. It features up to 1200×1200 resolution, 37 ppm, built-in duplex printing, 250-sheet cassette, USB and Ethernet connectivity, and more.
Buy.com offers the TP-LINK 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch, model no. TL-SG1016D, for $49.99 with free shipping. That’s tied with our November mention and the lowest total price we’ve seen for any 16-port Gigabit Ethernet switch. (It’s also a current price low by $36.) This switch claims to consume up to 40% less energy than the average switch. It features 32Gbps forwarding capacity, back pressure control for half-duplex mode, and more.
When the current iPod nano form factor was announced in September of 2010, Steve Jobs said it’d make a perfect watch. Over a year later, in October 2011, Apple rolled out a new iPod nano software update that takes this concept to the next level. This update not only included an easier-to-navigate user interface experience, but included several new clock faces. Taking advantage of the prospects of what an iPod nano watch could mean, companies like LunaTik have been rolling out bands for the iPod nano.
LunaTik is the premier iPod nano watchband company, jumping into the market early on with a Kickstarter campaign. Now they are ever larger and are launching some incredible iPod nano watch band products. I had the opportunity to review one of their premier designs: the LunaTik LYNK blackout. Read the full review after the break: