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DealNN roundup: storage, USB headsets, LED monitors

updated 02:58 pm EST, Tue February 26, 2013

Iomega StorCenter, IdeaPad tablet, 1TB portable HD offered

Today's deal of the day from Rakuten.com is on the Iomega StorCenter ix2 4TB network attached storage system, which has seen a 34 percent price break from $430 down to $280 with free US budget shipping. That price cut makes this the lowest price we have seen on this NAS by $20. The Iomega StorCenter ix2 network storage system includes 4TB (2 x 2TB) but supports up to 6TB (2 x 3TB) of storage with RAID 1 support, Gigabit Ethernet connectivity, and it features a user-friendly, web-based management interface. It is compatible with both Mac and Windows based systems, and includes a three-year warranty from Iomega.

Newegg.com has reduced the price of the A4-Tech HU-111 bass vibration high-performance USB wired gaming headset with microphone. It was $70, but has been cut to $30 with free shipping. JR.com has cut the cost of the Lenovo S2110 10.1-inch IdeaPad tablet with keyboard, it was $500, but has been reduced to $390 with free shipping.

The Buffalo Technology MiniStation Stealth 1TB portable hard drive has seen a $40 price break from $110 to $70 this week, also at JR.com. A 48 percent price drop is offered on the Viewsonic 22-inch widescreen LED monitor, it was $248, but is now $130 with free Super Saver shipping at Amazon.



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