Best tech bargains of the week: September 18

Pick up some great tech gear at bargain basement prices including a full HD camcorder, a wireless multifunction printer and a ultra-slim digital camera!

  • Millennius Memmoir full HD camcorder

    RRP: $429
    The curiously spelt [[artnid:318272|Millennius Memmoir]] is a Full HD flash memory camcorder with an LCD touch screen. It's capable of taking good looking video and comes bundled with some useful goodies, including an 8GB SDHC card and a zip-up carry pouch. The Millennius Memmoir costs just $429 from the [[xref:|Millennius Web site]]. That's three times less than you'd pay for most of its HD camcorder competitors!
  • Canon PowerShot SX120 IS digital camera

    RRP: $339; Bargain price: $339 (save $60)
    Our review of the [[artnid:318429|Canon PowerShot SX120 IS digital camera]] was completed just this week, and we absolutely love this it! It has a relatively small body, yet it comes with a big 10x zoom lens, and you get all the features that you need to make your photo taking experience a pleasant one. This includes optical image stabilisation, fast focusing, automatic and manual modes. Most importantly, it's easy to use. Because it's a new product, it doesn't mean that you can’t get a bargain price. In fact, it costs [[xref:|$339 from Digital Camera Warehouse]] which is $60 less than the recommended retail price, and best of all, it comes with Canon's '7 days to play' guarantee, This means you get seven activities to try with the camera within seven days. If you're not happy with the camera after you've had a play with it for one week, you can return it and get your money back!
  • TP-Link TL-WR741ND wireless router

    RRP: $115; Bargain price: $65 (save $50)
    If you're looking to upgrade your wireless network, yet you don't want to spend a lot of money doing it, check out [[artnid:318961|TP-Link's TL-WR741ND|Review: TP-Link's TL-WR741ND]]. It's an 802.11n Lite wireless router, which means it won't offer you the full 300 megabits per second (Mbps) speed of 802.11n, but at 150Mbps it will be faster than an 802.11g router running at 54Mbps. You can pick it up for $65 from [[xref:|Landmark Computers|]], which is $50 off the retail price.
  • Sony Cyber-shot DCS-T900 digital camera

    RRP: $699; Bargain price: $575 (Save $114)
    When we looked at Sony's [[artnid:313527|Cyber-shot DCS-T900 digital camera]], we liked its ultra-slim body and touch screen. It's small enough that you can easily slip it into a pocket when heading out into town or out to dinner, and the 12.1 megapixel sensor captures pictures that are good enough quality to print out at A4 sizes. It's usually $699, but you can pick it up from the [[xref:|Digital Camera Warehouse]] for only $575, saving yourself $114 to spend on a night out on the town.
  • HP Photosmart Premium C309a inkjet multifunction

    RRP: $399; Bargain price: $359.90 (Save $39.10)
    There's a lot to like about HP's premium inkjet multifunction printer — the [[Artnid:296458|HP Photosmart Premium C309a inkjet multifunction]]. It produces great quality prints quickly, and you can connect to it over a Wi-Fi network, as well as using Bluetooth and more. It even has separate media trays to suit both photo prints and standard documents, and it can even print directly onto CDs and DVDs. However, the Photosmart Premium C309a inkjet multifunction has a premium price tag of $399, which is why we're glad David Jones has [[xref:|dropped the price|David Jones: HP Photosmart Premium C309a inkjet multifunction]] to $359.90.
  • Nokia 6700 classic mobile phone

    RRP: $589; Bargain price: ($0 up front on the $29 cap)
    A mid-range mobile phone (otherwise known as a "dumbphone"), Nokia's [[artnid:315741|6700 classic]] won't appeal to social-networking buffs or business users, but its stainless steel casing and easy-to-use user interface will impress anyone wanting a phone simply for making calls, sending text messages and the occasional photo. 3 Mobile is currently offering the Nokia 6700 classic for [[xref:|$0 up front on the $29 cap]] over 24 months, down from its previous offer on the $49 cap.
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