Multi-deal Monday: 5GB of free cloud storage, a Harmony remote for $29.99, and more!
That's the Harmony 650 with the color screen, by the way. Also on tap: killer deals on a 3D-ready projector and a Wi-Fi-enabled external drive.
Happy Monday! OK, Mondays aren't typically a happy time, especially if yours involves waking before the sun, fighting commuter traffic, and/or long lines at Starbucks. (First-world problems, am I right?)
Hopefully I can make your day a little brighter by offering not one, not two, but four sweet buys. That's right: it's a multi-deal Monday. You're feeling better already, I bet.
1. First up, Daily Steals has the refurbished Logitech Harmony 650 universal remote for $29.99, plus $4.99 for shipping. The Harmony series is quite popular around these parts, offering a user-friendly replacement for up to five remotes.
Needless to say, because this is a "daily" steal, it's available today only -- and while supplies last.
2. Projectors are awesome for turning empty walls into massive home-theater movie screens. They're also pretty pricey, at least most of the time.
But check this out: Amazon has the Optoma HD66 DLP projector for $441.27 shipped. This is a 720p projector that also happens to be 3D-ready, meaning if you pair it with a source like a 3D-capable Blu-ray player and some 3D glasses (not included), you're good to go, extra-dimension-wise.
The user reviews for this model, which offers an impressive 2,500 ANSI lumens, average 4.3 stars out of 5. Truly a spectacular deal.
3. Also at Amazon, a solution for storage-challenged smartphones and tablets: the 32GB Kingston Wi-Drive portable hard drive for $69.99 shipped -- less than the price of the 16GB version!
The Wi-Drive connects via Wi-Fi to Android devices, iDevices, the Kindle Fire, and more, giving you fast and easy access to more files, photos, music, movies, and the like.
4. Finally, Ubuntu One is offering 5GB of cross-platform cloud storage free of charge. You don't need to be an Ubuntu user to take advantage of this; it's also compatible with Windows, Android, and iOS.
That free space is good for sharing and syncing files across your various computers and devices. If you want media streaming, however, that'll cost you $3.99 per month or $39.99 annually -- a price that includes a bump to 20GB of space.
I still think, but this is just one more chunk of space you can grab if you like. Use it how you will.
So, feeling a little better about your Monday? Here's hoping I made it a little richer -- even it meant making you a little poorer.
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