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Get a Lenovo Flex 2 14-inch convertible for $599

Normally $900-plus, this Haswell Core i7-equipped system goes from laptop to almost-tablet with a simple twist.

By February 5, 2015

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BlackBerry Passport to retail in US for $599 off-contract

BlackBerry's unconventional smartphone will cost less than other high-end devices like the Galaxy S5 and iPhone 6.

By September 22, 2014

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Oppo sets N1 swivel-cam Android phone price at $599

The Chinese phone maker is ready to start selling its distinctive flagship smartphone -- the camera is on a pivot. The N1 also has a 5.9-inch screen, but no LTE support.

By December 2, 2013

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Verizon bundles Samsung Note 3 and Galaxy Gear for $599

The carrier has started preorders for Samsung's new phablet and smartwatch.

By September 6, 2013

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The 404 Show: Sling TV verdict, Trivia Crack

Bridget Carey and Ariel Nunez help Jeff and Iyaz understand the fine print of a Sling TV subscription, why Trivia Crack is worse than hardcore narcotics and figure out what the deal is with that mobile game Kate Upton is all about.

By January 30, 2015

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Sonos shipping matte black Sub for $599

The glossy black version of the Sonos subwoofer costs $699, but you can now get the matte version for $100 less.

By March 21, 2013

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Great American sound: The Audeze EL-8 headphones

Audeze's new headphone wows the Audiophiliac.

By May 2, 2015

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Get a Denon 7.2-channel stereo receiver for $399

Designed for serious audiophiles and normally priced at $599, this top-rated powerhouse packs Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and eight (!) HDMI inputs.

By April 30, 2015

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Apple's revamped, speedier Mac Mini starts at $599

Apple's Mac Mini becomes faster and more capable. The tiny desktop computer, last updated over a year ago, will have three USB 3 ports while retaining HDMI and Thunderbolt connections.

By October 23, 2012

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Adios, silicon: Why exotic designs are the future for the chips in your gadgets

Decades of progress creating conventional computer chips will stall in the coming years, forcing some far-out ideas on semiconductor makers. Carbon nanotubes or quantum computing, anyone?

By April 17, 2015