I am a bit disappointed on Newegg this year. So far, I'd purchase from Amazon and TigerDirect. Nothing from Newegg. last year, I spend most of my stuff from Newegg, so far this year = 0.
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 1:07a
Amazon has better deals this year ... but I just bought the core i7 processor, time for an upgrade
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 1:21a
fatxman said: Not interesting. The ultra secret deal has better stuff.
Me neither. Besides, I'm on double secret probation anyway.
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 1:22a
rhetorical statement Why can't I stop buying larger and larger USB flash drives. It's like an obsession, and they keep getting slower as the capacity per chip increases.
FWIW, I jumped for the Sandisk Cruzer 32GB (retractable, red button model) for 13.99 *Update Newegg may be sold out already
Amazon's robots matched that price instantly Link to Amazon Added (and Citi Diamond is giving me 10% statement credit for all Amazon purchases through the new year... great card to put in a drawer every few months because of the enticements they throw).
If you're looking for a high capacity USB stick this is a nice discount from the usual $20 sale price for 32 Gb.
EDIT: Now Amazon has 15.99 as the price. PS: They may be getting faster reading, but writing seems to get slower because the newer (smaller feature) chips take longer to ensure the memory cells get written to.
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 1:53a
Why would they be getting slower? Generally flash gets faster as they get larger in size. I guess you might be right if the capacity gets higher so they use less chips it might get a bit slower.
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 2:04a
What is happening, the codes and prices don't reflect in shopping cart.
Hauppauge DCR-2650 Dual CableCard Tuner for $49.99 AR -- I've seen it for $60 or $70 recently and paid $70 or $80 in August. Admittedly, I've been having a lot of issues getting it set up, but, if you can, it works pretty well. (Although I'd recommend a networked connected HDHomeRun instead.)
posted: Nov. 23, 2012 @ 9:08a
Kingston SSD 120GB at $60 sold out within seconds. I doubt do they really have this for sale or playing tricks. Has anyone here able to get one?
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posted: Nov. 24, 2012 @ 12:00p
These put together for a $95 HTPC are a pretty good deal + Hard Drive
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