It's not too often you'll find an attractive computer monitor under $100, but that's exactly what Best Buy's got on tap for its deal of the day. Today, you can buy a 21-inch Lenovo 1080p monitor for $100. Here's what you've got to know about this monitor: Lenovo bills it as an IPS screen. If you wanted to use an HDMI input, you're out of luck. It only takes DVI and VGA inputs. And at $100 from Best Buy, it's $60 less than Amazon. At this price, I'd guess most people will pick up two. [Best Buy]

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21.5" Lenovo IPS Computer Monitor ($100) | Best Buy via Kinja Deals | Originally $160


TRENDnet Wireless N USB Adapter ($10) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $20
Official Apple Lightning Cable + Charger ($16) | Daily Steals | Originally $20
Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Mechanical Gaming Keybaord ($85) | Woot via Ben's Bargains | Originally $110
Tt eSports USB Wired Gaming Keyboard ($100) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $130 | Use MIR on page


50% off One Pizza at Papa Johns | Papa Johns via Fatwallet | Use coupon code DRAFT50


16GB 4th Gen iPod Touch ($160) | Ebay via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $200


These Earsonics SM64 in-ear monitors aren't for everyone, but there's a set of audiophiles that really love 'em. Like most audiophile-level gear, they're expensive. The MSRP is $450, and that's the price they're still at over at Amazon. But the homies over at Sound Earphones sent over the coupon code dealzmodo which knocks them down to $295—that's a pretty huge markdown, as discounts go. For more information, check out HeadFi's SM64 appreciation thread. [Sound Earphones]


Skullcandy Earbuds with Mic ($10) | Newegg via Edealinfo | Originally $20 | Use coupon coe AFNJ0703
ATH-M40FS Studio Headphones ($47) | Amazon via Ben's Bargains | Originally $60


Medal of Honor: Warfighter [PC] ($10) | Amazon | Originally $20
Fifa Soccer 13 [PC] ($10) | Amazon | Originally $20
Sleeping Dogs ($12) | GameFly via Slickdeals | Originally $20 | Use coupon code SLICKAPR10
Ultimate Dreamcast Pack ($15) | Amazon | Originally $30
Mass Effect Trilogy ($24) | Green Man Gaming via Fatwallet | Originally $40 | Use coupon code GMG20-GGN5D-FC3NA
Tomb Raider ($40) | Groupon via Slickdeals | Originally $60
Sim City 2013 [PC] ($40) | Amazon | Originally $60

Physical Media

Mulan + Mulan II ($15) | Amazon via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $30
The Hobbit on Blu-ray ($17) | Fry's via Fatwallet | Originally $30

Digital Media



It's both baseball season and springtime, so if you're not already wearing a baseball cap, you should probably get one. Preferably from your local team. Right now, MLB shop is running a promotion where if you spend over $100, you save 25% off your order. If you spend $50, it's only 15% off. There are a lot of exceptions, like the new BP caps, but there's probably something you could sport to the ballpark. [MLB Shop]


25% off Macy's | Macy's
25% off Lands End/Lands End Canvas | Land's End via Reddit | Use coupon code HAPPY and pin 1610

Dumb TV → Smart TV






Not today.


40" Refurb HiSense 1080p HDTV ($255) | Woot via Ben's Bargains | Originally $300
50" Sharp Aquos 1080p LED HDTV ($570) | Dell via Dealzon | Originally $800 | Use coupon code 6KZJQVR?19GZDN
46" Samsung 1080p LED HDTV ($700) | Walmart via Tech Deal Digger | Originally $900
55" Samsung LED 1080p TV + $400 Dell Gift Card ($1000) | Dell via Hard Forum | Originally $1000


No phones.


No camera gear.

Bare Drives

120GB Samsung 840 ($80) | Newegg via Ben's Bargains | Originally $100 | Use coupon code EMCXSVT249
Crucial M4 256GB SSD ($170) | Newegg via Fatwallet | Originally $200 | Use coupon code EMCYTZT3329



League of Evil 2 ($0) | iTunes | Originally $1
Zitrr Camera ($1) | iTunes | Originally $3

iPad Only

FX Photo Studio HD ($0) | iTunes | Originally $2


Strategy & Tactics WWII ($1.29) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $5
tTorrent Pro ($2) | Google Play via Appsales | Originally $4



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