Multi-deal Monday: Router, earbuds, multifunction printer, and more!

There's even an exclusive freebie for Cheapskate readers (though you have to buy something first to get it).

The D-Link DIR-601 802.11n router is an awesome deal at $17.99 shipped, even if it is refurbished.
The D-Link DIR-601 802.11n router is an awesome deal at $17.99 shipped, even if it is refurbished. GearXS

I'm usually pretty good at making decisions. Chocolate or vanilla? Easy: chocolate. Red wine or white? Easy: red. Coach or first class? Hey, this is the Cheapskate you're talking to, remember?

Today, however, I simply couldn't make up my mind. So many good deals, so little time. In no particular order:

1. Mwave has the Zonet ZNS8030 for $25.99 shipped. This little gizmo lets you attach a USB hard drive to your router, effectively turning it into network-attached storage. It's kind of like the Pogoplug, only smaller and cheaper.

2. Speaking of Pogoplug, last week I wrote about the new Pogoplug Mobile , which adds streaming and backup capabilities to Android and iOS devices. Well, here's an exclusive deal for Cheapskate readers: Buy the Pogoplug Mobile for $79.99 and get the Pogoplug Premium software for free. (It normally sells for $29.) Shipping for the Mobile adds about $11; the software is a download.

3. Staples has the Brother MFC-J430w wireless multifunction printer for $59.99 shipped (plus sales tax in most states). It prints, scans, copies, and faxes, and supports both USB and Wi-Fi connectivity. It has a four-cartridge ink system, and you can use dirt-cheap third-party ink cartridges (which is what I do with my Brother AIO).

4. Over at Sellout.woot, you can score a pair of Altec Lansing MuzxDNA in-ear headphones for $3.99, plus $5 for shipping. (You can buy up to three pairs and the shipping charge remains the same.) These won't last long.

5. Still haven't pulled the trigger on an 802.11n router? GearXS has the refurbished D-Link DIR-601 802.11n four-port router for $17.99 shipped. This popular model sells new for around $50.

6. Finally, for all you iDevice owners, Sega's Super Monkey Ball 2 is absolutely free, today only. It normally costs $2.99. Can't say I'm a huge fan, but my kids love it.

Well, there you go: six deals for the price of one. Which in itself is a killer deal! Let me know what you like, don't like, etc.


 

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