There have been a flood of new wireless Bluetooth speakers in the past two years, but Jawbone's Jambox line remains one of the best-known. The Big Jambox is a three pound, take-anywhere speaker with a pretty attractive design. Plus, it continues to get better through software—last week, a firmware update added an unheard of two more hours of battery life. Giz alum Mat Honan reviewed the Big Jambox last May, and really liked it. From the (hilarious) review:

Oh man, this thing sounds great. And it is quite loud. Uncomfortably so, even, in a small space. But better than volume is sound quality. Even maxed out, bass sounded smooth and not at all overblown, midranges came through nicely, and high notes sounded like MJ's ghost his own self... Fantastic design. Great sound. Easy set up. No brainer: It's a great buy, even at $299. It is probably even a better bargain than its smaller predecessor.

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All4Celluar is selling refurbished "scratch 'n dent" Big Jamboxes for $158. That's about half the MSRP and a solid $130 less than Amazon wants for a new model. Sure, they're not new, but cosmetics doesn't change how a speaker sounds, and you're still covered with a 90 day warranty. If you take the refurbished risk, you'll end up with a Big Jambox for the same price as its little brother. [All4Cellular]

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• Refurbished Big Jambox ($158) | All4Cellular | $290 for a new one

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Audio

• Koss Portapros ($31) | Amazon | Originally $50
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• Refurbished Big Jambox ($158) | All4Cellular via 9to5Toys | Originally $250
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Gaming

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Clothing

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It sure feels like spring has started, and the best shoe for spring and summer is an all-white canvas sneaker. It's classic, it's comfortable, and it's stylish. You've got a lot of choices, but the Vans Era is a classic. CCS has them for $35, plus free shipping with the code LKS63424. [CCS]

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Camera

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Although the Rebel T5i is a very minor update to the Rebel T4i, it still means that there are two direct descendants newer than venerable Rebel T3i, which is an excellent starter DSLR. That's why there are two stellar refurbished Canon deals today. A refurbished Canon T3i (body only) is $374, and a refurbished T3 is $300 on the dot. [Canon (T3), Canon (T3i)]

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Apps

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Spirits, a beautiful game, is $2 off today. [iTunes]

Android

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