Bag a great buy! We reveal six hot deals online this week.
[[Artnid:307843|Sharp LC32D77X LCD TV |Review: Sharp LC42D77X LCD television]]$1498 from JB Hi-Fi For a small screen LCD TV that's packed with technology and features, the Sharp LC32D77X is a great choice. We had a look at its bigger brother, the [[artnid:307843|LC42D77X|Review: Sharp LC42D77X LCD television]], but you'll find the same high quality panel and 100Hz motion smoothing in the 32in model. You can pick it up for $1498 [[xref:http://www.jbhifi.com.au/tv-plasma-lcd/small-screen-tv/|at JB Hi-Fi|JB Hi-Fi: Sharp LC32D77X offer]].
[[Artnid:299951|Panasonic Full HD plasma TV|Review: Panasonic TH-50PZ850A plasma television]]$2991 from JB Hi-Fi
Panasonic announced today that it will offer a free [[artnid:171518|Nintendo Wii game console|Review: Nintendo Wii game console]] with the purchase of selected Panasonic VIERA Full HD 1080p plasma televisions. Pick up a 58in or 65in version of the [[Artnid:299951|Panasonic TH-50PZ850A plasma television|Review: Panasonic TH-50PZ850A plasma television]], or any of the G10 or S10 Series Full HD plasma televisions from Panasonic, and you'll get Nintendo's popular console thrown in for free. This offer starts tomorrow and ends on August 2, 2009.
You can pick your choice of these TVs, but the best deal we have seen so far is for the 46in G10 plasma television from [[xref:http://www.jbhifionline.com.au/Product/436266/Panasonic---TH-P46G10A-46-INCH-%28116cm%29-Full-HD-Digital-Plasma-TV?utm_source=JB-AU&utm_medium=button&utm_content=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.jbhifi.com.au%2Fimages%2Fbuttons%2Fbuy%2FBUY-ONLINE-BUTTON-79x17.png&utm_campaign=buy-button|JB Hi-Fi for $2991|JB Hi-Fi: Panasonic TH-P46G10A Full HD plasma television]].
[[Artnid:267495|HP Photosmart C4580|Review: HP Photosmart C4580 inkjet multifunction]]$98 from Harvey Norman End of financial year sales are always a great way to pick up printers on the cheap, but we're still amazed at the offer Harvey Norman currently has for the HP Photosmart C4580. Normally $179, this entry-level inkjet multifunction can be had for only $98 before 30 June. We weren't impressed by its print speeds but the quality that this multifunction provides is still impressive, and that price tag is simply a hot deal.
[[Artnid:276458|Toshiba Satellite A350|Review: Toshiba Satellite A350 (PSAL6A-059016B) notebook]]$1695 from The Good Guys Toshiba's Satellite A350 is a desktop replacement notebook with plenty of RAM, a large hard drive and a fast CPU. It also has a 16in screen, which is big enough to let you work efficiently when multitasking. It cost $2299 at the time of review, but [[xref: http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/portal/page/portal/tggwebportal/corporate/products/details?groupId=64&productId=2738205&forwardToProduct=true&storeId=26|The Good Guys have it for $1695|The Good Guys: Toshiba Satellite A350]] until June 30. We think that's a bargain.
[[Artnid:254753|Western Digital My Book Mirror Edition (2TB)|Review: Western Digital My Book Mirror Edition (2TB) external hard drive]] $449 from OfficeworksAll the data in the world is no good if it's lost when your hard drive fails. There’s no excuse not to back up your data with Western Digital’s My Book Mirror Edition, which provides 1TB of storage capacity. The data is mirrored on a second drive for data redundancy so if one drive should fail, the second becomes an instant backup. If you don't need the mirroring function, you can even change the RAID array so that you get all 2TB of storage space. [[xref:http://catalogues.officeworks.com.au/portal/offerdetails/western_digital_my_book_mirror/12453709822035?CatalogueID=12453709791826&CatalogueID=&source=catalogueoffer&jump=&pageview=two
|Officeworks|Officeworks: Western Digital My Book Mirror Edition]] has knocked $100 off the price tag to offer it for $449.
[[artnid:308281|Apple iPhone 3G S|Review: Apple iPhone 3G S]] 16GB model is $0 upfront on Optus' $79 Cap Plan Being the official launch day for the Apple iPhone 3GS in Australia, we couldn't possibly leave the juggernaut that is the iPhone out of this week’s round up. It’s not a marked done deal, but the iPhone 3G S can be purchased through Optus for [[xref:http://www.optus.com.au/iphone|$0 upfront on the 'yes' $79 Cap Plan|Optus iPhone 3GS pricing]]. The 24 month contract includes up to $1250 worth of calls, unlimited national SMS and MMS and 1GB of data per month. Customers will also receive a $10 access fee credit on their bill for 24 months.
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