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Get a ruggedized 1TB portable hard drive for $69.99 shipped

Normally $84.99, this shockproof drive can be yours for less thanks to a Cheapskate-exclusive coupon code.

By October 25, 2013

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Get a Toshiba 1TB portable USB 3.0 hard drive for $69.99

This compact drive comes with pre-loaded backup software and a three-year warranty. Sellout risk: huge!

By December 11, 2012

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iPhoto 1.1 for iOS now handles 36-megapixel images

For owners of new iOS devices, Apple's photo-editing software can handle high-end camera files. It's got some new features, too, and works on newer iPod Touches.

By September 20, 2012

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Apple's iPad costs you $1.36 per year to charge

The figure is based on owners fully charging the tablet every other day, according to the Electric Power Research Institute.

By June 22, 2012

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Stock up on one-hit wonders for 69 cents each

Amazon has 129 cheap tracks from artists who would be long forgotten if not for their single breakthrough singles.

By January 5, 2012

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Get a wireless all-in-one printer for $69.99

It's new, not a refurb, and it not only prints, scans, and copies, but also faxes. Cooler still, the Canon Pixma MX340 can print photos straight from your iPhone!

By June 22, 2010

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Get an Epson all-in-one Wi-Fi printer for $69.99

It prints, it scans, and it copies, all without pesky cables. Of course, you can use a cable if you really want to: The NX515 supports USB and Ethernet.

By March 22, 2010

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Get a 1.5-terabyte SATA hard drive for $69.99

This is probably more storage than most folks need, but if you're doing anything at all with HD video--filming it, recording it, etc.--you'll find this deal hard to pass up.

By June 30, 2010

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Get a 1TB external hard drive for $69.99 shipped

Well, $69.99 shipped after a $25 mail-in rebate, that is. Still, this drive offers high-end performance, USB and eSATA interfaces, and quiet operation.

By April 5, 2010

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Ep. 69: Super Bowl tech, Dante vs. Bioshock, and iPad alternatives

This week, we give the Super Bowl a postmortem, from the on-site AV equipment to the commercials, then debate whether Dante is spinning in his grave over his recent brush with video game fame.

By February 11, 2010