Although the old axiom that the best camera is the one you have with you is still accurate in 2013, it should have an additional corollary: sometimes the best camera isn't your cell phone. Tiny optics and sensors produce passable — even good — photos, but a real dedicated camera simply has more capabilities. That's why folks still want point-and-shoot cameras, but a cheap crappy point-and-shoot won't be much better than your phone. You want an excellent point and shoot. A good choice is the Canon Powershot S110, a camera that Mario Aguilar called the "most refined little pocket camera Canon has ever made." Check out his review here.

This is a rare product where the MSRP is actually the price. The Canon S110 is a $450 camera, and at most places it sells for $450. But there are two great deals today, depending on what color you want. The cheapest option is $350 for the White S110 over at Buydig. Amazon's selling the black S110 for $379. These are both very good deals for a camera that doesn't suck — and buying gadgets that don't suck is how you save money in the long run. [Buydig | Amazon]

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These Klipsch Airplay Speakers Are Your Runner-Up Deal of the Day

Sometimes the Deal of the Day is the DotD by default. It'll be a bargain, sure, but to get there it only had to beat a weak Dealz bracket. That is not the case today. Right now, from Woot via Amazon, the Klipsch G-17 Airplay dock is $220. Straight up. The G-17 was the DotD back in November at $350, and that itself was a hot deal. At $220, it's a straight up steal. Seriously. [Amazon]

If You've Got an iDevice, Go Download Plants vs. Zombies Right Now

Plants vs. Zombies is one of the most popular games on iOS, and it's hella fun too. It's super easy to enjoy — even my mom (who is very much not a gamer) likes it. Right now, it's free for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. It's usually either $3 or $7. Go download it now before you forget. Better yet, let your friends know too. It's free.

No word yet on an Android price drop, but when we see it we'll let you know.

Plants vs. Zombies ($0) | iTunes | Originally $3
Plants vs. Zombies HD ($0) | iTunes | Originally $7


Stanley Jeweler's Precision Screwdriver Set ($5.78) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $10
Refurb LifeProof for iPhone 4S ($20) | All4Cellular via 9to5Toys | Originally $50
Duracell Instant USB Charger ($21.32) | Amazon via TechDealDigger | Originally $40
Logitech G500 Wired Gaming Mouse ($40) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $60
Razer Lycosa Gaming Keyboard ($40) | Woot via Dealzon | Originally $80
WD My Book Essential 3TB USB 3.0 External HD ($117) | Buydig via Logicbuy | Originally $150 | Use coupon code DIG5

Students, This Deal Is For You

If you're one of those people who enjoy blogs like Things Organized Neatly, or a student who has to flag every other page lest you forget your note, you should take a look at what Groupon's got on tap today. They've got a 10-pack of Post-It Gel pens for $10 and $3 shipping. These are normally $5 pens that let you, yup, take notes and flag the page in one little tool. [Groupon]


Hutt Cereal Dispenser ($15) | Ben's Outlet via Reddit | Originally $45
40 Pieces Rubbermaid Food Storage ($20) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
12-Inch Cuisinart Nonstick Wok ($45.24) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $70
Garmin Nuvi 40 ($70) | Walmart via Edealinfo | Originally $120
7 Disembodied Talking Star Wars Plush Heads ($173) | TSC Toys via Logicbuy | Originally $250 | Use coupon code TSCSHOPS




Klipsch G-17 Airplay Sound System ($220) | Amazon via Logicbuy | Originally $400


The Gaming deals universe starts and ends today with Amazon's "Farewell to February sale." It features a bunch of lowest-ever prices on games like Borderlands 2, Bioshock 2, CoD MW, and way too many others to list here. Try the coupon code CAGROCKS and you might even save a little extra. [Amazon]

Battlefield 3 PC Download ($12) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
Pre-order Gears of War + $20 Gift Card ($60) | Dell via Logicbuy | Originally $60
Amazon Farewell to February Sale | Amazon via Reddit | Includes Civ 5, XCOM, others, try coupon code CAGROCKS

Physical Media

Terminator Salvation on Blu-ray ($6.74) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $15
Casablanca on Blu-ray ($10) | Best Buy via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $20
The LEGO Book ($13.68) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $18
Street Fighter 25th Aniversary Collector's Set ($70) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $120


Free Shipping at Levi's | Levi's via Reddit
Land's End Friends and Family | Land's End via Put This On

Dumb TV → Smart TV




Yeah, no.


Get lost.


HP Pavillion 27xi 1080p IPS Monitor ($294) | Buydig via Logicbuy | Originally $340 | Use coupon code DIG5
50" Panasonic LED TV ($540) | Amazon via HDTVaholic | Originally $650
55" Panasonic VIERA TC-L55E50 ($800) | Paul's TV via TechDealDigger | Originally $1100 | Use coupon code SAVE50
60" Sharp Aquos 1080p LCD HDTV ($1249) | Paul's TV via HDTVaholic | Originally $1500 | Use coupon code SAVE100


Bare Drives

120GB Samsung 840 ($80) | Ebay via TechDealDigger | Originally $120
2TB Seagate Bare Drive ($114) | Hard Forum via Hard Forum | Originally $130



Plants vs. Zombies ($0) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3
Lili ($1) | iTunes via Best App Sales | Originally $3

iPad Only


Equalizer Unlock Key ($1) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $2
Guns'n'Glory ($1) | Amazon Appstore via Apps-aholic | Originally $0.0125
Grudger ($1.51) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $3
Call Notes Pro ($2.79) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $4


Civ 4 ($10) | Mac App Store via Best App Sales | Originally $20
Civ 5 ($20) | Mac App Store via Best App Sales | Originally $40


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