- Wireless-N Range Extender for $39
Diamond Multimedia Wifi-N Range Extender for $39 with free shipping.
Mostly positive reviews from people saying it successfully extended their home wireless network in rooms where the signal was weak.
Usually sells for around $50.
Monday, April 22, 2013
- Apple iPad 2 for $379
Apple iPad 2 16GB Wifi with 3G Verizon in either Black or White for $379.
The Wifi-only version usually sells for around $400.
Verizon service is not necessary unless you want to use it away from available Wifi networks.
- refurbished Apple Macbook Pro 13" Laptop $799
Refurbished (not new) Apple MacBook Pro (model MC374LL/A) 13.3-inch laptop computer with 8GB memory, 250GB hard drive, and OS X Snow Leopard.
Sells new for around $1000.
- Apple Earpod Headphone for $17
Apple Earpod Headset with Mic and Volume Control for $17.
This is the original Apple earpod (model MD827LL/A) which comes with an iPhone 5, not a cheap knockoff.
Usually sells for $25.
- Refurbished Thinkpad T60 14" Laptop Computer $179
Thinkpad T60 is a durable laptop computer, and DailySteals has this refurbished/recertified (as in, previously used with replacement parts from Lenovo) with Core Duo 1.83GHz processor, 2GB memory, 100GB hard drive, Wifi-g, and Windows XP Professional.
- Sleep Sound Machine for $79
Unfortunately it is $10 more expensive today than last month's deal on this device, but $79 is still a pretty good deal since it usually sells for over $100.
Place it next to your bed, plug it in, turn it on, and plays your choice of rain, wind, waves, waterfall, etc.
It listens for ambient sounds such as street noise, construction, trains, car horns, noisy roommate, etc. and adjusts the audio pitch to drown out noises it hears.
This means the sound it makes are generally calm and quiet, but as street noise increases, the pitch increases in a natural way so light-sleepers are less likely to be disturbed by sudden outside noises.
Pretty good reviews.
We paid $80 in 2010 for this device, and still works well.
- refurbished Apple Lightning to 30-pin Adapter for $15
Refurbished (not new) Apple Lightning to 30-pin Adapter (model MD823ZM/A) for $15 with free shipping.
Usually sells for $25 new.
They are also selling a Philips In-Ear Headset for $13.
Reviews are decent, and usually sells for around $20.
We have one that cost $13 during last year's Black Friday, and it is a decent value at $13 (not so good at over $19).
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
- Logitech Z313 2.1 Speakers for $25
Logitech Z313 2.1-Piece Speakers for $25 with free shipping.
The retail price they show ($169) is ridiculous, but the $25 purchase price is $15 less than other stores.
Good product reviews.
- refurbished Kindle Touch eReader for $69
Amazon Kindle Touch 6-inch eReader is on sale for $69.
This is refurbished (not new) and includes only a 90-day warranty.
This is an older, discontinued Kindle Touch model.
The latest Kindle Touch usually sells for $119.
If you like the $69 price, consider a regular Amazon Kindle, new, for the same price.
It does not have a touch screen, but works perfectly well for reading books.
Note, these Kindle models are meant for reading books, and are not that suited for surfing the web like a tablet.
On the plus side though, these have a true LED display so they do not emit light like phones and tablets do.
Prolonged reading on a screen that emits light can cause eyestrain, especially in low-lit rooms, and can cause long-term damage to your eyes.
If you ever turn on your tablet or phone in the dark and you feel a headache after staring at it, that is your eyes telling your brain to stop, no different on the eyes than staring at a light bulb at close range.
The Kindle eReader (not the Fire) does not emit light, does not have glare problems in sunlight, and should cause less stress on the eyes making it the perfect kind of device for reading a book anywhere.
Monday, February 25, 2013
- 10-foot Lightning USB Cable for $8
For iPhone 5, iPad 4th Generation, iPad Mini, iPod Touch 5th Generation, and iPod Nano 7th Generation.
Beware this cable is cheap because the manufacturer is unknown.
If you are looking for an Apple-certified cable, look here for $2 more.