Also on tap: a slightly less big TV, a $30 Powerline Ethernet kit, and an $18 MP3 player.
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The LG BD690 has a superb feature set and unique CD-ripping functionality, but it's expensive and a little more complicated to use than it needs to be.
The BDP-BX58 features apps, Wi-Fi, 3D, and even an HDMI cable. Only the warranty falls a bit short.
Normally $29.95, this Windows utility can rip Blu-ray Discs for viewing on iPhone, iPod, iPad, and other devices. The giveaway runs until January 10.
For as little as $39.99, you can buy a year of antitheft protection for yourself and someone you love (or at least really like).
The latest version of this Windows utility promises support for the new iPad, though it also has output profiles for Apple TV and iPod Touch.
Here's a rare freebie for Mac users: a full-featured DVD ripper, no strings attached. Don't worry, Windows users; there's a freebie for you as well.
A little more robust than most entry-level lasers, the Samsung ML-2525 sports a 250-sheet paper tray and some nifty printing software.
It's called LeKeSoft DVD Ripper, and it normally sells for $42.99. If you download and install it today, it won't cost you a cent. Seriously, no strings attached!