Best deals of the week: 22 January

We round up the best tech deals of week, with plenty of back-to-school bargains!

Lexar memory cards and USB flash drives



Lexar is offering prizes worth over $20,000 for anyone who purchases a JumpDrive Lightning, Retrax USB flash drive or a memory module for a notebook. The offer is part of Lexar's back-to-school push and it's good until 28 February. On offer are daily prizes, including copies of Norton 360; monthly prizes including an HP Mini netbook; and major prizes includes an HP Touchsmart PC, Photosmart printer or a Logitech desktop package. To be in the running, you need to SMS the last six digits of the barcode on your new Lexar memory product to 1999 2653. You'll also need to include your full name and state. It's not a bad little incentive to buy Lexar memory products, especially with prices currently so low (for example, an 8GB JumpDrive Retrax can be purchased for under $35). You can get more information from Lexar's Web site.

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