Two-deal Tuesday: A 2TB hard drive for $75 and a 4.3-inch GPS for $43

That's an external hard drive, believe it or not, and an Internet-connected GPS (again, believe it or not). Two deals too good to pass up!

Seagate

Two deals are better than one, right? Well, today's the day for folks who like things in pairs.

Regular readers know I can't overlook a killer hard-drive deal. There's something deep in my DNA that goes wide-eyed when I find copious storage for cheap.

So check this out: Office Depot has the 2TB Seagate Expansion external hard drive for $74.99 shipped. That's after applying coupon code 21622249 at checkout.

Update: Sold out!

The Expansion is your basic USB hard drive. It's compatible with Windows and Mac systems and comes with a 1-year warranty. And did I mention it's TWO TERABYTES for 75 BUCKS? Wowza.

MidnightBox

Meanwhile, today only, MidnightBox has the refurbished Insignia NS-CNV43 Internet-connected GPS for $42.49, plus $3.99 for shipping.

Update: Sold out!

This nav system comes with a 4.3-inch screen, 2 million points of interest, text-to-speech, Bluetooth, and some spiffy Internet features: Twitter, Google search, real-time gas prices, real-time traffic and weather, and so on.

However, those features will cost you, and I couldn't find anything in the product listing to indicate how much. (A commenter mentioned $100/year.) Of course, they're entirely optional--out of the box it's just a nice GPS for 43 bucks.

The only gamble is the 30-day warranty. If you can live with that, this is a pretty smokin' deal.

Bonus deal: If you're an AT&T customer, you can get 1,000 free rollover minutes in about the time it takes to read this sentence. Though it was originally reported as a deal just for iPhone owners, it appears to work with any phone on AT&T's network. Give it a try!

 

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