Sony's Alpha A6000 is one of the best mid-range mirrorless cameras out there, and you can get the body and a kit lens today for just $650, or about $100 less than usual. [Sony Alpha A6000 Mirrorless Digital Camera w/16-50mm Lens, $650]


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ASUS's C200M Chromebook is one of the newest competitors in the Chromebook arena, and today you can grab one for a hefty discount from Amazon.

Beyond the Chromebook-standard 11.6", 1366x768 display, 16GB SSD, 2GB of RAM, and 100GB of Google Drive storage for two years, this machine has a few tricks up its sleeve that competitors can't match. The star of the show is its fresh-off-the-fab 2.16GHz Intel Bay Trail processor, which offers fantastic performance and 11 hours of battery life. We've long recommended the Acer C720 Chromebook based off of its 8.5 hours of usage, so this is a no-brainer. It also comes with 802.11ac wireless on board, which is extremely rare in budget-friendly Chromebooks.

Amazon's price on this model has hovered between $220 and $240 since July, and today's $200 promotion is the lowest we've ever seen. [ Amazon]

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If you're currently paying your local coffee shop every day for espresso, buying your own machine will pay for itself, especially if you score a deal like this.

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Today only, you can pick up a refurbished Breville The Infuser espresso machine from Woot for $235 shipped, complete with a 6 month Breville warranty. The same machine new would set you back $500 on Amazon (where it has fantastic reviews), and it's never been offered for less than $335. [Woot]


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This laser level makes hanging photos and shelves a breeze, and it's marked down to its lowest price ever today. [ Black & Decker BullsEye Auto-Leveling Laser, $22]


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$25 for 12,000mAh is a great ratio. [ Trent iCarrier 12000mAh Dual USB External Charger, $25 with code TWOPORTS]


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The Roku 3 is still one of the best streaming boxes out there, and it's worth the price for the headphone jack-sporting remote by itself. [Roku 3 Streaming Media Player, $68]


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$600 for a 55" 120Hz LED TV is a good price to begin with, but the free Roku Streaming Stick is a nice cherry on top. [Sharp 55-inch Aquos HD 1080p 120Hz LED TV with Roku Streaming Stick, $600]


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Today's Amazon Gold Box offers 45% off a variety of New Balance running shoes for men, women, and children alike. The prices are only valid today, or until sold out. [45% off New Balance Running Shoes]


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This USB wall charger is no bigger than your average wall wart, but it has two USB ports, and 18W of power for fast charging. Great for travel. [Mpow 18W Dual Port Wall Charger, $9 with code MPOW36AM]


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The 250GB Samsung 840 EVO was already the best SSD for the money, but today it's marked all the way down to $110, the lowest price ever. [Samsung 840 EVO 250GB SSD , $110]


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The Razer Blackwidow is your favorite gaming keyboard by a pretty huge margin, and the 2014 tournament edition is available for $80 today, with a free $30 Newegg gift card thrown in. [RAZER Blackwidow 2014 Tournament Edition Black Essential Mechanical Keyboard plus $30 Gift Card, $80]


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