Best deals of the week: 19 February

Pick up a 40in Full HD TV, an HP notebook or a colour laser printer, all at great prices

  • [[Artnid:273399|HP Colour LaserJet CP2025dn]]

    Price: $883 (Save: $296)

    HP's Colour LaserJet CP2025dn is a mid-range colour laser printer capable of producing documents at a quick clip. It's not particularly cheap to run, but Harris Technology has knocked [[xref:| $296 off the original price]], which makes it a lot more appealing.
  • [[artnid: 336372|HP Pavilion dm3-101tu (VV707PA) notebook]]

    Price: $1059.56 (Save: $139.44)

    The HP Pavilion dm3-101tu (VV707PA) is a flexible notebook with a reasonable price. It's got a 13.3in display and it delivered a good performance during our battery rundown test — it's a decent choice if you want to get some work done during the daily commute. We were happy with the original recommended retail price of $1199, but [[xref:|BetterIT]] has it for $1059.56, which makes it even more appealing. That's a saving of $139 (and 44 cents!)
  • [[artnid: 301833|Grundig GDR700DAB digital radio player]]

    Price: $178 (Save: $71)

    The Grundig GDR700DAB's retro design and decent integrated speakers make for a lovely DAB+ digital radio that evokes memories of old transistor radios. The unit features 10 FM and DAB+ station presets, a two-line LCD screen with scrolling text, and a remote control. It's on sale now at [[xref:|Dick Smith|Dick Smith]].
  • [[Artnid:301654|Linksys by Cisco Media Hub NMH405 NAS device]]

    Price: $349 (Save: $350.95)

    Linksys by Cisco's Media Hubs are a great way to store and share data, and its media aggregation feature means you won't have to manually copy all of your photos, videos and music from various computers to the one place. With only 500GB storage space, though, we always felt the original RRP was a little on the expensive side. Thankfully, [[xref:|Officeworks has]] halved the price to a more reasonable $349.
  • [[Artnid:335763|Soniq QSL400XT 40in LCD television|Review: Soniq QSL400XT 40in LCD television]]

    Price: $798 (Save: $1)

    Sure, $1 might not be much of a saving, but this LCD television is already an absolute bargain. This 40in panel has a native display resolution of 1920x1080 so you can watch Full HD content, and it provides plenty of inputs to suit any home theatre. It's not LED backlit unfortunately, which means contrast ratios are a little on the light side, but for the price this TV is definitely great value. You can pick it up at any JB Hi-Fi store or [[xref:|online]].
  • [[Artnid:311854|Samsung BD-P1600 Blu-ray player]]

    Price: $883 (Save: $296)

    The Samsung BD-P1600 does everything you could want from a Blu-ray player. Great picture quality, plenty of audio decoding support and a speedy interface combine to make it a top-shelf choice. Originally retailing for $449, the product is currently on sale at [[xref:|JB Hi-Fi for $246]]. That's a saving of $203.
  • [[Artnid:300776|Nikon D5000 digital SLR camera]]

    Price: $1497 (with two lenses)

    Nikon's D5000 is a good value choice for those just learning to use a digital SLR. It's small and light, so it's easy to carry around, and the scene modes provide plenty of automatic options for those still learning the ins and outs of photography. Harvey Norman is currently selling the D5000 [[xref:|for $1497]] with 18-55mm VR and 55-200mm VR lenses.
  • [[artnid: 322608|MSI Wind 12 U200 netbook]]

    Price: $849 (Save: $150)

    When we reviewed MSI's Wind 12 U200, it was the first netbook we'd tested with Windows 7 straight out of the box. With its 12.1in screen (native resolution of 1366x768) and Intel Core 2 Solo CPU, it's really much bigger than a conventional netbook and a good deal faster — so you can do a lot more with it than just browse the Web and create office documents. And it's much more comfortable to use! We gave it a Best Buys award, and with Winner Computers [[xref:|offering it for $859]], you can save $150 off the RRP.

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