The Boxee Box came out in November 2010, which is eons ago in gadget time. Since then, there has been a new Apple TV, two new flagship Rokus, and even a new Boxee. The king of the streamer world is now the $100 Roku 3. Still—this absurdly shaped open-source streamer has quite the following, and that's because it's the last major set top box to embrace a maximalist, open philosophy: wanna plug in a hard drive and play some Xvid files? Sure! Channels for MLB.tv, or Netflix or Youtube? Got 'em. Hey, want to catch some over-the-air television? You can do that with a $50 dongle.
The Boxee has a surprising following, and still sells for close to the original MSRP on Amazon — an impressive feat for a geriatric gadget. In fact, there's quite a bit that the older Boxee Box can do that the newer Boxee TV can't. That's why Boxee enthusiasts are psyched about the current sale on Newegg: after applying the code EMCXTVL57, a refurbished Boxee Box (with a one-year warranty) is $95 — sure, that is basically the same price as a Roku 3, but there's a very special type of geek who'd much rather have the Boxee. [Newegg]
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• Refurbished Boxee Box ($95) | Newegg via Fatwallet | Originally $170 | Use code EMCXTVL57
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A Damn Cheap USB 3.0 Portable HD
LaCie is a respected hard drive enclosure maker, but I don't know much about the LaCie Rikki. However, considering that portable hard drives are pretty much commoditized anyway, you should take a look: a 1TB portable hard drive for $65 is a steal. [Amazon]
• Duo Gamer Bluetooth Controller for iOS ($12) | Groupon via 9to5Toys | Originally $40
Logitech K360 Keyboard ($20) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
• Targus Veravu Keyboard Case ($33) | Amazon via Fatwallet | Originally $50
• Refurb Monoprice Graphics Tablet ($39) | Daily Steals via Daily Steals | Originally $50
• Logitech Tablet Keyboard ($48) | Amazon via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $60
• 1TB Superspeed USB 3.0 Lacie HD ($66) | Amazon via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $100
• Steelseries Gaming Keyboard ($80) | Amazon via Hard Forum | Originally $100 | Brown switches, same price for the reds
• 2TB Western Digital My Passport Portable HD ($110) | Rakuten via Dealzon | Originally $130
• 25% Off Griffin Technology | Griffin via 9to5Toys | Use coupon code SPRING25
• Dollar Domain Name ($1) | Namecheap via Fatwallet | Originally $10
• Leatherman 831207 ($16.71) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $20
• Black & Decker 4-Slice Toaster ($30) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $50
Best Buy's Got Some Unbelievable iPad Prices Right Now
If you're looking for a tablet, head over to Best Buy right now. Some iPad 2s and iPad 3s are going for historically low prices. For instance, this is a new 3rd generation 16GB for $315 — that's $65 less than an official Apple refurb. [Best Buy] Thanks, LXA_KA_1287!
• FREE Assassin's Creed 3 (Xbox 360) | You're basically going to make a new Chinese live account (free) and put in some made up info. Full details at Reddit.
• Gamestop Spring Sale | Use "SAVER" for free shipping over $25
• Far Cry 3 ($29.99) | Normally $60
• Assassin's Creed 3 ($29.99) | Normally $60
• Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 ($39.99) | Normally $60
• Dead Space 3 ($39.99) | Normally $60
• Batman: Arkham City ($19.99) | Normally $30
• Battlefield 3 ($19.99) | Normally $40
• Grand Theft Auto Complete Pack [Steam] ($12.49) | Steam via Digital Game Deals | Normally $50 | Includes Grand Theft Auto I, II, III, IV, Vice City, San Andreas, Episodes from Liberty City
• • Saints Row: Third Third - The Full Package [Steam] ($16.99) | Green Man Gaming via Digital Game Deals | Normally $50
Check out the homies doing the Moneysaver over on Kotaku. They find good game deals.
• 40% Off Everything Express, Stacks With 15% Off Express via Reddit | Try code 9076
• 30% Off J. Crew Factory| J. Crew Factory via Reddit | Use coupon code MOREPLEASE
• Buy-One-Get-One-Half-Off Levi's | Levi's via Reddit | Use coupon code SPRINGBOGO
• 30% Off Tommy Hilfiger | Tommy Hilfiger via Fatwallet | Use coupon code THFRIEND30
Dumb TV → Smart TV
• 13" Sony Vaio T Series Ultrabook with 256GB SSD ($1000) | Microsoft via Laptopaholic | Originally $1300
• 13" Dell XPS Ultrabook with 256GB SSD ($1000) | Microsoft via Laptopaholic | Originally $1300
• 39" Affinity 1080p HDTV ($300) | Newegg via HDTVaholic | Originally $350
• 39" Sharp AQUOS 1080p HDTV ($330) | Dell via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $400 | Use coupon code KKW9323MW3SV96
• 55" LB 1080p 120Hz Slim HDTV ($700) | Walmart via HDTVaholic | Originally $1000
• 55" LG 1080p 120Hz HDTV ($900) | Amazon via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $1200
• 65" Insignia 120Hz HDTV ($1000) | Best Buy via HDTVaholic | Originally $1200
20% Off Samsung 840 + 840 Pro SSDs | Newegg | Use coupon code SA20MAR
• Mercenary ($0) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $1
• Frederic - Ressurection of Music ($1) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $3
• Sparkle 2 Evo ($1) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $3
• Plants vs. Zombies ($1) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $3
• Sims 3 ($1) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $5
• Madden NFL 12 ($1) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $5
• Taskable ($1) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $3
• NOVA 3 ($1) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $5
• Temco Bowl Throwback ($4) | iTunes via Macstories | Originally $8 | Doesn't work with iOS 6?
Check back over the past week, there have been a ton of great iPad deals and a lot of them are still going.
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