Best tech bargains of the week: November 6

Grab yourself a bargain as we begin the countdown to Christmas! This week you can choose from two great Panasonic and Nikon digital cameras, a large and powerful Dell notebook, a Sony Full HD camcorder, the latest TomTom GPS units, a Nokia smartphone and much, much more!

Panasonic LUMIX DMC-TZ7 digital camera

Price: $594 (Save: $220)

Panasonic's Travel Zoom digital cameras are small, yet pack plenty of zoom. The LUMIX TZ7 in particular has a 12x zoom lens to go along with its 10-megapixel sensor. It takes wonderfully clear pictures and has a slew of features to play with, including face recognition memory. Using this feature, you can register people's faces and give them priority so that they will always be in focus. Retravision sells the LUMIX TZ7 for $594, which is a saving of $220 since we first reviewed it back in May (see page 11 of the Retravision catalogue). Plus an 8GB SD card is thrown in free of charge.

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