Five-deal Friday: An HDTV, a Bluetooth headset, a Batman game, and more!

Also on tap: a $30 pair of noise-isolating earphones for $10, and an iPad 2 keyboard case for $20.

A 46-inch HDTV for $409?! Get outta here...
A 46-inch HDTV for $409?! Get outta here... Walmart

TGIF, am I right? To help kick off your weekend, I've rounded up five eclectic deals--a little something for everyone, I hope. First up: a ridiculously inexpensive HDTV.

1. An story in today's USA Today suggests that pre-Super Bowl TV deals are "less super" this year, but apparently Walmart didn't get the memo. They've got the Sceptre X460BV-FHD 46-inch LCD HDTV for $409.98, plus sales tax where applicable. You can bag free shipping with the site-to-store option. The user reviews are overwhelmingly positive.

2. Today only, 1SaleADay has the factory-refurbished Jawbone One Bluetooth headset, in black or silver, for $9.99. Shipping adds $5. This is a top-rated headset that originally sold for (if memory serves) around $125.

3. Also today only at 1SaleADay, outfit your iPad 2 with the Titan Bluetooth Keyboard Case for $19.99, plus $5 for shipping. Cases like these routinely sell for around $50, if not $100.

4. Speaking of iDevices, if you've got one, Warner Bros.' Batman Arkham City Lockdown for iOS is on sale for $2.99. That's half what the game cost when I wrote about it just last month. I love getting console-quality games for a fraction of console-game prices.

5. I also love noise-isolating earbuds. Newegg has the MEElectronics M9 noise-isolating earbuds for $9.99 shipped. Regular price: $29.99. They come with a tangle-resistant four-foot cord, a carrying case, and several extra sets of 'buds to ensure a proper fit.

Okay, that's it, I'm outta here. (Well, actually, I'll have another deal over on Marketplace later today.) See you Monday!

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