Digi Home's special Sunday deals: September 23, 2007

With another week in the books, technology journalist Don Reisinger brings you more great deals from the Sunday ads.

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As we enter the final week of September, there are a slew of nicely-priced tech toys at your local stores. Historically speaking, this is always a good time to find some deals and if you're in the mood for a new HDTV or Digital Camera, now is as good a time as any. So keep reading and look for some of the best deals this week. And as always, if you find another that I may have missed, please let us know and include it in the comments.

Sears: Your friends over at Sears are happy to give you a $50 instant rebate on the Panasonic HDR-H18 . Instead of payin $500 for this standard-def cam, you can now have it for $450. Not a bad deal if you're looking to capture some important moments.

OfficeMax:This nice deal is on the front page of this week's ad and it should be. An OfficeMax exclusive, this deal offers an HP Pavilion dv64230, a Photosmart C4280 all-in-one printer and a notebook backpack for just $849.99. And with an AMD X2 in the notebook, this deal sounds better every minute.

Best Buy:The Philips 42PFL5332D is on sale for $1299.99 and it sports a 720p display and two HDMI inputs. Now, I typically tell folks to go for at least 3 HDMI inputs, but if you're looking to find a nice HDTV without spending too much money to have one, this is a pretty good deal.

Circuit City:With a $400 instant savings, you can now get your hands on a Denon/Boston Acoustics 5.1-channel surround sound system that sports an HDMI multi-channel DVD player and XM radio support. It was originally priced at $999.99 -- it can be yours for just $599.99.

There you have it -- another week is in the books. If you'd like to add some deals that I missed or share some better ideas, throw them in the comments. See you next week!

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Don Reisinger is a technology columnist who has covered everything from HDTVs to computers to Flowbee Haircut Systems. Besides his work with CNET, Don's work has been featured in a variety of other publications including PC World and a host of Ziff-Davis publications.

 

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