Gadget Deals of the Day

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Am I the only one who was superbly disappointed by Best Buy's Black Friday ad? It's heartbreaking, really, especially with all the deals you can find on the web every day that don't require frostbite and painful skin grafts. In today's roundup, we have a few excellent refurbished deals for those who can hide their snobbery, like a Onkyo 7.1 receiver that's reduced over 60%. Or pick up a new 7" photo frame for just $40. Here's the full list:Gaming:Rock Band Special Edition Bundle for Wii/PS2 for $99 (originally $139.99). • Far Cry 2 on Xbox 360 for $41.99 (originally $59.99 - use coupon code "19PSB54PG?RT4V"). Home Entertainment:Sharp Aquos 52'' 1080p LCD HDTV for $1,499.99 (originally $2,499.99 - use coupon code "EMCBBBDBE"). • Corion 42'' 720p LCD HDTV for $499.99 (originally $999.99). • Onkyo 7.1 Channel Home Theater Receiver (refurbished) for $119 (originally $379). MP3 Players:SanDisk Sansa Clip 2GB MP3 Player (refurbished) for $15.99 (originally $59.99 - valid only on 11/13). • Philips 4GB MP3 Player for $59.99 (originally $99.99). Cell Phones:Unlocked Palm Treo Pro for $449.99 (originally $549.99 - valid until 11/19. Use coupon code "27RR9ZSWHW?6BZ"). Accessories:3 Way Audio AV RCA Splitter with cable for $8.99 plus free shipping (originally $19.99 - valid through 11/17. Use coupon code "ACRS11OFF"). • 3-Way Splitter without the cable for $5.58 plus free shipping (originally $14.97). Miscellaneous:Garmin StreetPilot c550 GPS Receiver (recertified) for $99.99 (originally $399.99). • Lasonic 7'' Digital Photo Frame for $37.05 plus free shipping (originally $99.99 - use coupon code "AFL5").

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If wiring up my home theatre system was a less of a pain in the ass kind of deal, I'm sure I'd be all up in the Onkyo biznit; last time I dabbled in this shite, it took hours to figure it all out, then in a few days I realized the interface sucked such major donkey nuts that it just wasn't worth the 600$ I had spent, so I returned it for full refund and spent the cash on more greener pastures. Not.One.Regret.

Hopefully in the future they'll make user friendly shite - why doesn't Apple get involved in this game?