SiliconDust HDHomeRun Networked Dual HDTV Tuner for $60.
Usually sells for around $80.
Only compatible with standard cable TV services (such as most Comcast cable systems) and over-the-air TV signals with an ATSC antenna.
Not compatible with satellite (like DirecTV) and TV-over-IP services (like AT&T U-Verse).
Intel Core i7-4771 3.5GHz CPU for $300 with code GREENMD58 .
Microcenter stores sell Intel CPUs cheaper than Newegg, but are only available in-store and have limited stock, versus Newegg which are in-stock and available online.
- Two USB3.0 PCIe Cards & $10 Card for $30
If you need a bunch of USB3.0 ports added to your desktop computer, this deal gives you two cards with two USB3.0 ports each.
Also, one $10 Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate (limit one).
- Hisense Pulse HD Streaming Media Player for $60
Hisense Pulse HD Streaming Media Player with Google TV and Touchscreen/Keyboard Remote Control for $60.
Here is a lengthy video review.
More information on this product can be found at Hisense's website.
On the surface, this set-top box looks like a great deal, however be sure to read the reviews since some people were disappointed with it.
Also, this is now a discontinued item, no longer sold at most stores.
- Toshiba Portable 2TB USB3.0 Drive for $100
Portable large capacity drives have been notoriously slow, but reviews show this drive performs around 50 MBytes/sec which is fairly good.
Includes a 3 year warranty.
If you use a mobile browser or the Newegg mobile app, you can get $25 off a $250 order with code MBLOCT19 .
Only works on mobile devices, and expires tomorrow night.
A good deal if you want to get something expensive, like a Intel Core i7-4770K CPU would be $315 after coupon and includes a free $20 gift card if purchased by Oct 24.
Each of these cards usually sell for at least 10% more at other stores.
All 3 of these cards should perform about the same, and really comes down to which manufacturer you prefer, and which reviews you like best.
Looking at a benchmark comparison chart, a GTX 660 should perform about 3-4 times better than a GTX 260 and a Radeon 4850.
In comparison with a GTX 460 and a Radeon 6870, the GTX 660 is only about 1.5 times better, and probably not worth the upgrade.
All three appear to use the same rebate fulfillment company, and unfortunately, their rebate fulfillment record is not very good.
Be sure to read the rebate instructions clearly and write legibly, and make copies of the forms before you send them in.
Even still, be prepared to make a few communications before you can get your rebate card.
- Cirago USB3.0 Dual Hard Drive Docking Station for $35
Cirago CDD3000 Dual Drive Docking Station and Cloning Device.
It plugs into a computer's USB/USB3.0 interface, and lets you hot-swap up to two 2.5" and 3.5" Serial-ATA hard drives at once.
Dual docking stations like this usually sell for at lest $45.
The reviews are mostly positive for use as a docking station, and as a software-based drive duplicator.
However, as a standalone (hardware-based) drive duplicator, it seems to fail for some users.
There are lots of software available (some freely available) which can duplicate one drive to another, but you would probably still need a USB3.0 device like this to mount both drives.
- Zyxel 2-Bay Network Storage/Media Server for $70
Zyxel (NSA320) 2-Bay Network Storage and Media Server with 3 USB and Gigabit Ethernet ports for $70.
The reviews are decent, and it usually sells for over $100.
- Seagate 2TB External/Desktop USB3.0 Hard Drive for $70 (expired)
Seagate Expansion 2TB USB3.0 Desktop/External Hard Drive (model STBV2000100) for $100, and code EMCYTZT4559 applies $30 off in the cart.
It usually sells for around $90.
This is a great deal if you are looking to add extra data storage to your computer or to make backups of your data.
This external hard drive can be plugged in and out to a USB or USB3.0 interface whenever you need it, and this deal is actually cheaper than most internal 2TB hard drives.
At this price for an external, we would not be surprised if this sold-out sometime in the next 24 hours.
- Samsung 840-EVO-Series 250GB SSD for $175, tonight
Samsung 840-EVO-Series (model MZ-7TE250BW) 250GB TLC Solid State Drive.
This is a new "TLC" kind of SSD, similar to MLC (what most SSDs are).
TLC is Three Layer Cell, as opposed to MLC which is Multi-Layer Cell.
Some say TLC has a higher overall lifespan than MLC, but the technology is very new.
The reviews are very good.
Newegg is selling this for $175 when added to the cart with coupon code EMCWXXW243 starting tonight at 8pm PDT (11pm Eastern, 10pm Central, 9pm Mountain Time).
The deal will expire 4 hours later.
It will only work during those hours, so if you try before that time, you will get an error that the coupon is not valid.
- 2TB Portable USB Drive $100
Western Digital Elements 2TB Portable USB3.0 Hard Drive for $130 with free shipping, and code EMCYTZT4523 applies $30 off in the cart (5¢/GB).
This drive normally sells for around $140 or more.
- 10% off, code: SAVE10SEP25Z
10% off of items sold and shipped by Newegg.
Maximum discount of $20 off per order.
Sandisk 256GB SSD for $135 with code SAVE10SEP25Z (53¢/GB).
Update (4pm EDT):
Product still appears when doing a search, but when you click, it redirects to the 128GB model.
It could be a sign that this is sold out.
This coupon will expire after people have used it a certain number of times.
This is a rare coupon at Newegg that applies to almost all items.
Looking at how long the last site-wide coupon was active before expiring, we believe it will likely expire sometime this afternoon.
If there is something you want, we suggest ordering it quickly before the code expires.
If you are looking to build the ultimate gaming PC, check out this IGN video.
We agree with just about every component they recommend, and with this Newegg deal you can buy a video card, a case, a power supply, memory, CPU, a motherboard, and a hard drive and save about 10% across multiple orders.
- 3TB External/Desktop USB/Firewire Hard Drive $100
On Seagate's clearance page, they are offering a Seagate GoFlex Desk 3TB External/Desktop USB/Firewire Hard Drive for $100 with free shipping.
It comes formatted for use on a Mac and ready to use with Apple's Time Machine backup software.
Or, it can be re-formatted to another OS to work with any computer's USB or Firewire port.
According to the product "Details" link, they show this includes a 3-year warranty.
If you cannot find the product through the above link, click here to add it directly to your cart.
Western Digital 150GB 10,000rpm Hard Drive for $50 with code EMCXLWL63 (33¢/GB).
Great deal if you have hardware-RAID or a system that needs good disk performance and does so many disk writes that would degrade the performance of an SSD.
Includes a 5-year warranty.
Cooler Master X-Pal Laptop Cooling Pad for $20 and a $10 Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate.
It looks cool and we like how the USB cable is tucked under the device making it easy to plug into a laptop on any side, and it works with even the largest 17" laptops.
However our favorite cooling pad is still the old Antec Cooler because rather than one giant fan, the Antec has in and our fans, creating airflow for the best possible cooling.
The Antec does have a strong blue light on the left side, so you will need to cover it up with tape to prevent blinding people and pets on your left.
2-Disk NAS System for $100.
Must supply your own hard drives (up to 2), hooks into your wired Ethernet network (up to gigabit), and provides the drives as networked-attached storage (NAS).
Logitech K310 Washable Keyboard for $24 (normally $35).
You can wash the keyboard in your sink, and could be very useful on a shared PC that collects dirt and germs from a lot of different hands.
Just a thought, but if you bought 2, one could be in use while the other could be soaking, washing, and drying.
Video review 1.
Video review 2.
- USB 5.1 Channel Vibration Gaming Headset for $40
Rosewill (RHTS-8206) 5.1-Channel Vibration Gaming Headset for PC for $40.
The reviews and mostly positive, and it usually sells for around $46.
Logitech USB Thin Keyboard with Illuminated keys for $66 with free shipping.
Add sales tax for orders within CA and MA.
It is one of our favorite keyboards for desktop computers, and usually sells for $73, $80, and $90.
Some OfficeMax stores sell it for $60, which comes to about the same price $66 price after sales tax.