Friday, November 19, 2010
Buy.com has the Maxell 16GB USB 2.0 360° Flash Drive - 503203 $22 FREE BUDGET SHIPPING
Dell Small Business offers the Dell Vostro 230 Pentium Dual-Core 2.7GHz Desktop PC bundled with the Dell E1910H 18.5" Widescreen LCD Monitor for $389 plus $8 for shipping. Features include an Intel Pentium E5400 2.7GHz dual-core processor, 3GB RAM, 500GB 7200 rpm hard drive, dual layer DVD burner, Gigabit Ethernet, and Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit.
FRY's ,cim Ooma - ooma Hub VoIP Home Phone Service with no monthly service bills* (Refurbished) Full Year Warranty! Unlimited calling in the U.S. Caller-ID, call-waiting, and voicemail The reliability and crisp acoustic performance of a landline Easy setup in just minutes A new phone number from any calling area in the U.S. The option to keep your existing number for a one-time charge. The freedom to hear your voicemail and control preferences online in the ooma Lounge Voicemail notifications to your email and your mobile phone Extremely low-cost international rates starting at a penny per minute A 30-day money-back guarantee and an extendable one-year warranty
Dell Small Business offers the Iomega Home Media 2TB Gigabit Ethernet Network Attached Storage External Hard Drive, model no. 34571, for $149.99 with free shipping ($0.07/GB). That's $2 under last month's mention and the best deal we've seen for a 2TB network attached storage device.. It features both Gigabit Ethernet and USB 2.0 connectivity
newegg.com offers the Samsung Spinpoint F4 2TB Serial ATA 3Gb/s Internal Hard Drive, model no. HD204UI, for $99.99. Coupon code "SAMSUNG222" cuts it to $79.99. With free shipping, that's $0.04/GB and The hard drive features a 32MB cache and runs at 5400 rpm.
PCMicroStore has the Nero 9.4.17/26 Suite 2 Burn no playback (OEM) for $5.99 - $2.50 off with coupon code NERO = $3.49 with free shipping. Create, rip, copy, burn, and edit music, video, photo and data, with autobackup and data-protection features
Ends today. Newegg has the ASUS WL-520GU Wireless-g 802.11g 54mbps Router for $40 - 10% off with coupon code BTEZZZS27 [Exp 11/21] - $20 rebate [Exp 11/23] = $16 with free shipping. It can be flashed with DD-WRT to make it a "super router."
Best Buy - $449.99 Toshiba - Satellite Laptop / AMD Turion™ II Processor / 15.6" Display / 4GB Memory / 320GB Hard Drive - Helios Black
Model: L655D-S5116 | Wifi N and Webcam •Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
•DL DVD±RW/CD-RW dual layer drive
Back in stock. Newegg has the refurbished Asus SDRW-08D1S-U 8X External Slim DVD+/-RW Drive for $25 - $15 rebate [Exp 11/30] = $10 with free shipping. Powered by the USB Bus for low power consumption and features a slim stand design
Thursday, November 18, 2010
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Sunday, November 14, 2010
1) Going to start off with a new design in bicycles, hard to reinvent something as basic as a bicycle. I mean you can reinvent parts, new derailleur, news seat etc. but a completely new design seems difficult. Not to sure what the ride would be like on this, but it might solve some storage problems. And, any electric bike is great as far as I am concerned. http://www.beautifullife.info
2) As long as I am on the subject of design outside of the box, how about an airplane with cifrular wings. Sometimes I see things that make me glad I am not a test pilot. This design may be ultra stable and very efficient but, I would rather it was around for a while before taking a ride. http://englishrussia.com
3) This seems to fall into that category of observation causing reality. The entire area of physics dealing with this area is very challenging, but to me just fascinating. I have seen many similar things lately in the area of science. http://www.newscientist.com
4) Big announcement from NASA Monday, not to sure what is coming, but I am captivated by the possibilities. There seems to be some pre-hype going on whatever it is, that fact alone is enough to arouse my curiosity. Guess we will know tomorrow http://www.nasa.gov
5) Last up a geek link that has been hanging out in my this week folder for a couple of weeks now. http://www.techknowtimes.com/