Best deals of the week: 26 February

Grab a 2TB external hard drive from WD, a 46in LED TV from Samsung, a complete eMachines computer, plus more great gear, all at bargain prices.

  • Samsung UA46B6000VF LED-backlit LCD TV

    Price: $2645 (Save: $1154)

    The Samsung UA46B6000VF is allegedly the slimmest LED-backlit LCD televisions in the world. That's definitely a bold claim, but it isn't its only attractive feature: the 46in model in Samsung's LED TV Series 6 range has a Full HD resolution as well a 100Hz refresh rate for fluid motion. Although it's a step down from the [[Artnid:304879|Series 7 LED-backlit televisions|Review: Samsung Series 7 (UA46B7100) LED television]], there's plenty to like about both the picture quality and the price. Samsung quotes a recommended retail price of $3799, but JB Hi-Fi has discounted this to $2961 if you [[xref:|order online]] before 1 March. Order from [[xref:|The Electric Discounter]] and you can get it even cheaper, for $2645; that's a saving of $1304!
  • [[artnid: 332137| Panasonic TH-L32G10A LCD TV]]

    Price: $1399 (Save: $200 negotiable)

    The [[artnid: 332137| Panasonic TH-L32G10A LCD TV| Review: Panasonic TH-L32G10A LCD TV]] offers better picture quality and more features than most small LCD televisions. It also comes with an SD card slot and a well-implemented 100Hz mode. Originally retailing for $1399, the Panasonic TH-L32G10A is available [[xref:|from Bing-Lee for $1199.]] This price is negotiable, which means you will save over $200.
  • [[artnid:320816|Logitech S125i portable iPod speaker]]

    Price: $49.95 (Save $50)

    The Logitech S125i is a portable iPod speaker that is good to throw in your bag when heading out for a picnic. It doesn’t have perfect sound quality and it’s a little more expensive than we think it should be, but it’s well built and it makes for a fun addition to your picnic basket. [[xref:| City Software]] is currently selling the Logitech S125i at half price!
  • Acer eMachine ET1831 desktop PC

    Price: $877

    [[xref:|The Good Guys]] is currently offering a complete computer system from Acer eMachines for just $877. For this price you get a mini-tower eMachine ET1831 desktop PC with a dual-core Pentium E5400 CPU, 4GB of DDR2 SDRAM, a 500GB hard drive, DVD burner and a dedicated graphics card. Not only that, but a 20in monitor is included in the price. It's an absolute bargain if you're after a basic PC for using the Internet and working in office applications. The offer is available until 8 March.
  • Western Digital My Book Essential 2TB external hard drive

    Price: $239 (Save $210)

    Western Digital's redesigned My Book Essential external hard drive range is as plain and simple to use as the [[Artnid:207896|original| Review: Western Digital My Book Essential Edition]], but who needs fancy extras on a storage device? Like the [[Artnid:326182|My Book Elite| Review: Western Digital My Book Elite (2TB) external hard drive]], Western Digital's entry-level external hard drive offers a USB 2.0 port, 2TB of storage and WD SmartWare backup software, which is easy to use, even if you aren't great with computers. Better yet, [[xref:|Dick Smith]] currently has the hard drive on special for $239. That's $60 off the current price, but a whopping $210 off its original price tag when it was first released in September last year. Be quick though; the offer ends 2 March.
  • [[artnid:333185|Nikon Coolpix S570| Review: Nikon Coolpix S570]]

    Price: $220 (save: $29)

    If you're after a little camera that takes the thinking out of photography and just allows you to point and capture your subject, then Nikon's Coolpix S570 is a good choice. It has a 28mm wide angle lens with a 5x zoom and it's a largely automatic camera that can pick the appropriate scene mode to use depending on the lighting conditions. Its image quality won't set the world on fire, but it's good enough for casual shots, holiday snaps and parties. You can pick it up from [[xref:|Digital Camera Warehouse]] for $220, which is a saving of $29 off the recommended retail price.
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