We’ll show you how to pick up a bargain this week, including a great deal on a Nokia smartphone, an HP netbook for under $500 and a 200Hz 40in Sony Bravia LCD television for less than $2900!
[[artnid:276918|Nokia E63 smartphone|Review: Nokia E63 smartphone]] The Nokia E63 is the little brother to the more powerful and slimmer E71. Despite the absence of HSDPA connectivity (which allows for fast over the air downloads) the Nokia E63 retains most of the Nokia E71's design traits including a full QWERTY keyboard and an excellent display. You can get the Nokia E63 for [[xref: http://www.three.com.au/nokia-E63|$0 on 3's $19 cap over 24 months|Nokia E63 smartphone on 3]]
[[artnid:268688|Kogan Technologies Full HD 1080p Video Camera|Review: Kogan Technologies Full HD 1080p Video Camera review]] Most full HD camcorders cost upwards to $2000 — not so the Kogan Technologies Full HD 1080p Video Camera. With the crazy price tag of $369, it's impossible to go wrong. It comes with a 1/2.5in CMOS sensor with a gross pixel count of 5-megapixels, which is competitive with many leading brands. The Kogan Technologies Full HD 1080p Video Camera can only be bought direct from Kogan. Visit [[xref:http://kogan.com.au|the Kogan website|Kogan.com.au]] for more information.
[[artnid:267283|Sony Bravia KDL40Z4500 LCD television|Review: Sony Bravia KDL40Z4500 LCD television]] With new models hitting the shelves from Sony soon, it's a great time to grab a run-out bargain. With an RRP of $3399, you can now pick up the 200Hz Z4500 series' 40in model for [[xref:http://www.dse.com.au/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/4a31eaa30dbdfe6c273fc0a87e01071f/Product/View/GE6415|under $2900 at Dick Smith Electronics (DSE)|DSE - Sony Bravia KDL40Z4500 LCD television]]. If you can find one at a [[xref:http://www.jbhifi.com.au/tv-plasma-lcd/bonus-ps3/?utm_source=jb-au-adserver&utm_medium=banner-jb-au-adserver&utm_term=gif&utm_content=adserver-828x102&utm_campaign=sony-bravia-ps3-bonus|JB Hi-Fi|JB Hi-Fi – Sony Bravia KDL40Z4500 LCD television]], you'll save a couple of extra dollars — and score yourself a [[artnid:183285|Sony PlayStation 3|Review: Sony PlayStation 3 game console]] game console for free. This offer only lasts until Sunday 14 June though, so hurry!
[[artnid:306266|Toshiba NB200 netbook|Review: Toshiba NB200 netbook]] Toshiba's 10in netbook is one of the best on the market. It looks good, feels great to use, and has some features not found in other netbooks. We loved the Sleep-and-Charge USB port, so you can charge your devices (including the iPhone) while the netbook is off or in sleep mode. The NB200 also has 3D hard drive protection to prevent data loss. Best of all, its currently on sale at [[xref:http://www.jbhifi.com.au/computers/netbook/|JB Hi-Fi for $672 after $100 cash back]] or [[xref:http://www.dse.com.au/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/4a31eaa30dbdfe6c273fc0a87e01071f/Product/View/XC5915|$698 after $100 cash back from DSE|DSE – Toshiba NB200 netbook]].
[[artnid:251081|TomTom ONE (4th Edition) GPS unit|Review: TomTom ONE (4th Edition) GPS unit]] TomTom is the market leader in portable navigation, and to a large degree its success in this area can be attributed to the popular ONE unit. It has an ultra-compact design that slips into your pocket for easy portability, an EasyPort mounting system and exclusive TomTom functions like Map Share and the TomTom HOME service. The ONE (4th Edition is available for just [[xref:http://www.jbhifi.com.au/portable/navigation/|$242 at JB Hi-Fi|JB Hi-Fi – Portable Navigation]].
[[artnid:270218|Western Digital My Passport Studio II portable hard drive|Review: Western Digital My Passport Studio II portable hard drive]] Western Digital's portable hard drive for Mac has plenty of storage and connection to suit a range of uses both at home and on the go. The FireWire 800 connection is definitely handy for those lengthy file transfers. You can put this hard drive in your pocket for as low as [[xref: http://www.officeworks.com.au/retail/products/Technology/Data-Storage-and-Recordable-Media/Hard-Drives/Pocket-Hard-Drives/SYWDMT5000 |$299 for the 500GB version|Officeworks - Digital My Passport Studio II portable hard drive]] at your nearest Officeworks.
[[artnid:270268|Canon PIXMA MP630 multifunction printer|Review: Canon PIXMA MP630 multifunction printer]] Though we had a few criticisms about this unit, it still manages to build on Canon's legacy of delivering easy-to-use, high quality multifunction printers. If print speeds aren't the biggest worry for you, then you can pick one up from [[xref: http://www.officeworks.com.au/retail/products/Technology/Printers-and-Multifunctions/Inkjet-Multifunctions/Multifunction-Excluding-Fax/CAMP630|Officeworks for $227|Officeworks – Canon PIXMA MP630 multifunction printer]], and even get a $100 Bonus Home and Office pack from Canon.
[[artnid:275399|HP Mini Note 1001TU netbook|Review: HP Mini Note 1001TU netbook]] HP's Mini Note 1001TU is a comfortable and stylish netbook. It's lacking a few features compared to other netbooks, as it only has two USB 2.0 ports and there is a D-Sub port for connecting an external monitor. Regardless of these issues, the Mini Note 1001TU is a sweet unit that can be purchased from [[xref: http://www.jbhifi.com.au/computers/netbook/|JB Hi-Fi for $543 after $100 cash back|JB Hi-Fi – Netbooks]] or [[xref: http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/portal/page/portal/tggwebportal/corporate/products/details?storeId=4&storeId=4&storeId=4&groupId=64&groupId=64&groupId=64&groupId=64&_piref361_5122103_361_5136787_5136787.strutsAction=/portal/product/displayproductdetails.do?productId=3425423&firstResult=6&mode=list|$599 after $100 cash back from The Good Guys|The Good Guys – HP Mini Note 1001TU netbook]].
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