TigerDirect offers the factory-refurbished Netgear 802.11n Wireless 4-Port Broadband Router, model no. WNR2000-100NAR, for $14.99 plus $2.99 for shipping. That’s $5 under our mention of a refurb from nearly a year ago, the lowest total price we could find for a refurb today by $6, and $31 under the best we could find for a new one. This router offers 128-bit WEP, 64-bit WEP, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK encryption. Other features include parental controls, an internal antenna, and more. A 1-month Netgear warranty applies.
MacConnection offers the Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II Camera Lens, model no. 2514A002, for $99.95 with free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find by $19, although we saw it for $20 less last fall. The lens weighs 4.6 oz. and is intended for use with Canon EF-mount SLR cameras.
VMInnovations offers the refurbished Sennheiser HD-203 Over-Ear Headphones for $28.95. Coupon code “SAVVYSHOPR” cuts them to $9.99. With free shipping, that’s $20 under our February mention of a new pair and the lowest total price we’ve ever seen for these headphones. (It’s also a current price low for a new pair by $33.) These headphones feature an 18Hz to 18kHz frequency response and are intended to reduce ambient noise.
Note: A 90-day VMInnovations warranty applies.
TigerDirect offers the OCZ AGT3-25SAT3-240G Agility 3 Series 2.5″ Solid State Drive for $199 after rebate with free shipping. The SSD will provide your Mac with overall faster performance, with a max read of up to 525MB/s and a max write of up to 500MB/s. It also features RAID support and native trim support. You can grab the 6Gbps drive over on TigerDirect, today.
ContactMonkey is a new service that intuitively allows users to create an online version of their contact and social media information. The purpose of the website is to replace the traditional paper card with a URL you can hand out to people. For example, if someone wants my contact information, I can give them my http://www.contactmonkey.com/username instead. Having your contact card online, versus a paper card, has many benefits. These include direct clickable access to forms of connection – from the person you gave your link to – and the ability for the person to quickly download and add your information to their address book.
As you can see above, ContactMonkey makes it very easy to download someone’s contact information – typically through the vCard format – into many services. With services like iCloud and Outlook, contact information is spread to all of your devices upon download, making ContactMonkey all the more handy over paper business cards. ContactMonkey allows users to add all sorts of information including the basic contact card information, social networks, emails, messaging client, and a note, just like on paper cards. You can also add a profile photo to your card and even create a QR code that people can scan to access your digital address book information.
Users can even track card visitor statistics and information, and users can even see who follows changes to their cards. These are some of the many benefits of having your card digitally, rather than on paper. ContactMonkey comes in two flavors: a free version with all of the aforementioned features (and more), and what the company calls a “white label” version for businesses. This white label version allows users to place their company logo on their accounts, similar to what companies have for the paper business cards they would usually deploy. This white label version costs $3 per month. The service works with companies (depending on their amount of staff) for special price plans. Individuals and businesses can sign up here. Companies who sign up with our link get their first month free, individuals are always free.
Abe’s of Maine offers the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 EX DG HSM Lens for Canon, model no. 310101, Sony, model no. 310205, Nikon, model no. 310306, or Pentax, model no. 310109, for $499. Coupon code “LOYALTY15″ drops it to $454. With free shipping, that’s tied with our mention from three weeks ago and the lowest total price we could find for any model by $45. It features full-time manual focus override.
Best Buy offers the Insignia 55″ 120Hz 1080p LED-Backlit Widescreen LCD HD Television, model no. NS-55E560A11, for $899.99 plus $69.99 for shipping. That’s $600 off and the lowest total price we could find, although we briefly saw it for $170 less in January (since expired). Sales tax is added where applicable. It features a 1920×1080 (1080p) native resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 450 cd/m² brightness, 1,400:1 contrast ratio, four HDMI inputs, and VGA and other video inputs.
MacFlux is an advanced HTML5 website design application, capable of creating stunning sites completely from scratch. This powerful Mac web design software is a creative design environment rather than a template-based solution (although it does include free website templates to help get you started). And if you’d rather not create HTML5 websites, MacFlux can handle standard HTML, PHP, Ruby, JSP, and more…no coding required.
Lifehacker has described MacFlux as one of the “five best WYSIWYG HTML editors” and it’s been called a “DreamWeaver killer” by several technology-oriented websites. And MacWorld gave MacFlux its highly-coveted 5-star rating.
eXpansys offers the iFrogz Breeze Hard Case for iPhone 4 and 4S in Pink/Black (pictured), model no. F-IP4BRZ-PNK/BLK, for $15.99 with free shipping. That’s tied with our mention from three weeks ago and the lowest total price we could find in any color by $1. This thermoplastic polyurethane case features an edge that protects the screen when placed facedown.
Also available is the iFrogz Luxe Lean Hard Case for iPod touch in Pink, model no. IF-TOUCH2G-LL-PNK, for $9.99 with free shipping. That’s tied with our mention from three weeks ago and the lowest total price we could find in any color by $5. This ABS plastic case fits the 2nd- and 3rd-generation iPod touch.
CowBoom offers the used, 1st-generation Apple iPad 16GB WiFi Tablet, model no. MB292LL/A, for $219.99. With free shipping, that’s $10 under our mention from six days ago and the least expensive iPad we’ve seen. Sales tax is added where applicable. This 0.5″-thick tablet weighs 1.5 lbs. and features an Apple A4 1GHz processor, 9.7″ 1024×768 LCD touchscreen display, 802.11a/n wireless, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, accelerometer, compass, up to 10 hours of battery life, and more.
Note that no warranty information is provided. Also, this used item may have cosmetic blemishes and missing accessories.
Crutchfield offers the Clarion CZ401 In-Dash CD/MP3 Receiver with iPod Control for $109.99. Coupon code “3A825″ cuts it to $89.99 with free shipping. That’s the lowest total price we could find by $25. Features include iPhone/iPod control via the headunit, MP3 playback, 18 FM and six AM presets, front auxiliary input, and more.
ZAGG takes 25% off all ZAGGskins, with prices starting at $14.99. (Product page reflects discount.) That’s the best discount we’ve seen on these items since October, when ZAGGskins and other items were marked 50% off, dropping as low as $9.99. Shipping starts at $2.99, but orders over $29.98 receive free shipping. Limit three per order.
A best bet is the ZAGGSkins Video Game 2 for Apple iPhone 4 or 4S (pictured) for $14.99 plus $2.99 for shipping. That’s $5 off and the lowest total price we could find.