Deals by category: Storage and Memory
Today’s Shell Shocker deal of the day from Newegg.com is on the XFX Core Edition Radeon HD 7870 video card (model no. FX-787A-CNFC) which was cut from $219.99 down to $169.99. A $30 mail-in-rebate offer drops the price further to $139.99 making this $70 less than the lowest price found anywhere else. FREE shipping is available and sales tax applies for residents of California, New Jersey, New York, and Tennessee. This card features 1000MHz core clock, 1280 stream processors, 256-bit memory interface, OpenGL architecture, 1 HDMI port, two mini DisplayPorts and two DVI ports. A two year warranty is included from XFX.
At eCost.com’s Black Friday sale save on hard drives, flash drives, tablets and more. The LaCie 4TB Thunderbolt Hard drive is available in refurbished condition for $239.99. That’s a $160 discount from the list price of $399.99, and the lowest price we’ve seen on this hard drive by about $90. FREE shipping is included and sales tax applies for residents of California, Texas and Tennessee. This hard drive is built for pros and offers 4TB of storage space with a Thunderbolt connection that provides data transfer rates of up to 180MB/s.
Until 12/31/2013, save $50 via a mail-in-rebate offer on the Netgear ReadyNAS 4TB network attached storage system at Frys.com. It was $299, but is only $249 after the mail-in-rebate is applied. That makes this about $120 less than the lowest price we’ve seen anywhere else. FREE shipping is included and sales tax applies for residents of AZ, CA, OH and TX. The ReadyNAS features two Ethernet ports, one USB 2.0 port, two USB 3.0 ports, and has 4TB of storage capacity.
Until November 30th, 2013 BHPhotoVideo.com has the PNY Technologies 128GB flash memory expansion module for MacBook Pro priced at $97.95. That’s $45 off the original price of $142.95, and the lowest price we’ve seen on this flash drive by $36. FREE shipping is included and sales tax applies for residents of New York state. This flash memory expansion module fits nearly flush in a MacBook SDXC card slot providing 128GB of extra storage space without compromising mobility or design.