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Postby bill on Sat Oct 14, 2006 6:42 am

Staples

Staples CD-R, 50 for $10.
HP 52x CD-R, 100 for $18.
HP 16x DVD+or-R, 100 for $25.

Maxtor 100gb internal, $50.

Maxtor 60gb One Touch, $70 after $30 rebate.
Maxtor 300gb external USB hard drive, $140.


Office Max (same as last week)

Magnavox 52x CD-R, 100 for $14.
HP 52x CD-R, 50 for $8.
HP 16x DVD+R LightScribe V1.2, 15 for $10.
HP 16x DVD +or-R, 50 for $13. The 100 count spndle cost $35.

Seagate 60gb external, $80. Appears to be USB powered.
Seagate 160gb USB external, $90.
SimpleTech 250gb network storage, $150.

Edit to add the following-

Best Buy

Sony DVD+or-R, 50 for $13.
Fuji DVD+R DL, 25 for $40.

Pioneer 710, $60.

Seagate 120gb PATA, $50.
Seagate 750gb SATA, $330.

Western Digital 80gb Passport external USB powered hard drive, $100.
Western Digital 120gb Passport external USB powered hard drive, $130.
Western 250gb My Book Essential, $100.
Western Digital 500gb My Book Essential, $230.


Office Depot

Memorex 1x to 4x CD-RW, 25 for $10.
Memorex 52x CD-R, 100 for $15.
Memorex 16x DVD+or-R, 25 for $7.
Memorex 4x DVD+RW, 25 for $10.
Memorex 2.4x DVD+R DL, 15 for $25.

Western Digital 80gb 2.5 inch hard drive, $80 after $50 rebate.
Maxtor 300gb internal, $80 after $60 rebate.

SimpleTech 60gb (USB powered) external hard drive, $70 after $20 rebate.
Western Digital 320gb My Book Premium w/USB & Firewire, $160 after $20 rebate.


Circuit City (skipped the hard drives)

Fuji combo pack, three DVD-R & two DVD-RW for $7.
HP 52x CD-R, 50 for $6.
HP 16x DVD+or-R, 25 for $6.


CompUSA (small ad this week)

CompUSA 4x??? DVD+or-R, 100 for $18.

Norwood Micro DL writer ( BenQ ???) - The internal model cost $30 after $30 mfr. rebate.. The external cost $50 after $30 mfr. rebate. BTW, the rebate is valid from Sept. 30th. - Oct. 21st... See Dartman's post- http://www.cdrlabs.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=22384 Thanks Dartman.

I/OMagic Data Bank 300gb external, $80 after two $25 rebates.
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Postby MonsterMan on Sat Oct 14, 2006 1:48 pm

Thanks bill! You save me $2 on a sunday paper every week :)

Anyone have any idea of the MID for those HP discs? I'm sure ONE of my burners would probably like them...
BenQ 1655, BenQ 1620, LG 4167, Plex PX-716SA, Samsung SH-S162L, SH-S182M, Pioneer 111D, Lite-On SHM-165H6S and 1.9TB of HDDs to feed 'em and an X2/4800 to crunch for 'em.
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Postby TCAS on Sun Oct 15, 2006 12:53 am

Thanks bill great job as usual, the Maxtor 100GB for $100 from Staples look like fair deal my son may buy that tomorrow..
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Postby dodecahedron on Sun Oct 15, 2006 2:19 am

TCAS wrote:the Maxtor 100GB for $100 from Staples look like fair deal my son may buy that tomorrow..
check this out:
http://www.cdrlabs.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=22418
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Postby bill on Sun Oct 15, 2006 7:27 am

Good morning
I just updated the first post with additional store ads..

The Norwood Micro rebate from CompUSA gets mailed to Douglas Arizona.. Does anyone know if that's CompUSAs rebate processing location? Any recent experience with either ComUSA or Norwood Micro rebates?
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Postby Ian on Sun Oct 15, 2006 11:01 am

I believe Norwood Micro is one of CompUSA's own brands.. so yeah, its one of their rebates.
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Postby TCAS on Mon Oct 16, 2006 3:32 am

I just got the Seagate hard drive 120GB for $49.99 at BB today for my son which he building a PC based on Intel 2 core Due E6600, Asus P5B M/B 2GB S-King PC2 6400 RAM and eVGA Video card Geforce 7900 GTO. I am advising him to wait for Christmas time for prices to drop but he had made-up his mind to buy them now.
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Postby bill on Sun Oct 22, 2006 8:44 am

TCAS wrote:I just got the Seagate hard drive 120GB for $49.99 at BB today for my son which he building a PC based on Intel 2 core Due E6600, Asus P5B M/B 2GB S-King PC2 6400 RAM and eVGA Video card Geforce 7900 GTO. I am advising him to wait for Christmas time for prices to drop but he had made-up his mind to buy them now.


Nice computer, it should last a while. Good luck with the build :D
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Postby TCAS on Sun Oct 22, 2006 11:52 pm

bill wrote:
TCAS wrote:I just got the Seagate hard drive 120GB for $49.99 at BB today for my son which he building a PC based on Intel 2 core Due E6600, Asus P5B M/B 2GB S-King PC2 6400 RAM and eVGA Video card Geforce 7900 GTO. I am advising him to wait for Christmas time for prices to drop but he had made-up his mind to buy them now.


Nice computer, it should last a while. Good luck with the build :D



Thanks bill, yes he got it built and he is been playing with it since friday. but some how the WIFI on the M/B is not functioning right the internet connection speed start dropping almost %40 if not more. He is now using regular USB wireless adapter for internet connection.
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