Look, we'd like to think that if we didn't tell you about all of these fabulous tech deals, you'd just go on your merry way and save your cash. But we both know that isn't the case. So read on to score a $.98 version of Half-Life, a $100 external hard drive, or one of the many good buys that you see above. Or, you know. Don't.Computing • Seagate FreeAgent Go 320GB Portable Hard Drive for $99.99 plus free shipping (originally $122.99). • Western Digital WDH1B5000N 500GB External Hard Drive for $99.99 plus free shipping (originally $199.99). Flash Memory • Kingston DT101Y/4GB Flash Drive for $8.99 plus free shipping (originally $32.25). • Kingston 8GB SDHC Class 4 Flash Card for $14.98 plus free shipping (originally $75.75). • SanDisk 8GB MicroSDHC Flash Card with SD Card Adapter for $35.99 plus free shipping (originally $69.99). Home Accessories • Logitech Harmony 880 Remote Control for $74.99 plus free shipping (originally $199.99). • iRobot Roomba 415 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner $99.99 plus free shipping (originally $299.99). Home Entertainment • Memorex MVBD2510 Blu-Ray Player for $149.99 plus free shipping (originally $279.99). • Philips BDP7200 Blu-Ray Player for $199.97 plus free shipping (originally $399.99). • HANNspree 37" 16:9 720p LCD HDTV for $499.99 plus free shipping (originally $799.999). • Sony VPL-AW10 Bravia Widescreen Home Theater LCD Projector for $699.95 (originally $999). Portable Devices (MP3 Players, Cameras, Etc.) • SanDisk 1GB Sansa Express MP3 Player for $10.99 plus free shipping (originally $79.99). • Microsoft Zune 3.2" Black 120GB MP4 Player for $224.99 (originally $249.99). • Nikon D200 10.2MP Digital SLR Camera for $799.98 plus free shipping (originally $1,849). Stocking Stuffers • The Complete Monty Python's Flying Circus 16-Ton Megaset for $39.99 (originally $99.95 - valid today only). Video Games • Half-Life on Steam for $0.98 (originally $9.99). • Microsoft Xbox 360 Elite Holiday Bundle for $319.20 (originally $399.99). Hobomodo • USB Flash Drive for $0 (priceless).
A bunch of these things sound like a ripoff anyway. 320gb external for $100? I got my 640gb for $100 years ago. 8GB microSD with adapter $35? Mine was $20 over a year ago. 1GB SanDisk Sansa $11? Well mine was $30, but that was YEARS ago!