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Retail deals of the week, 30 April 2014

Mother's Day is around the corner, but beyond the appliances there are also plenty of good deals in the technology space.

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Retailers have begun the Mother's Day offensive.(Credit: Dick Smith)

Harvey Norman

Pick up a Nespresso Inissia capsule coffee machine and get $60 cashback from Nespresso. That means the AU$198 price tag at Harvey Norman comes down to AU$138 -- only fractionally more than a knock-off machine, and better quality too.

JB Hi-Fi

For gamers: The Xbox 360 250GB console is bundled with Titanfall, Battlefield 4, Fifa 14, Halo 4, Tomb Raider (in the form of a download token) and an HDMI cable for AU$299. That's the standard price for a standalone console, but with plenty more games.

For audiophiles: Sol Republic Tracks headphones, complete with in-line mic and remote can be picked up for $100 off, now at AU$99.

For data hoarders: Western Digital's 3TB Hard Drive, complete with USB 3.0 connectivity, is just AU$138. Plenty of storage for your files, and at good transfer speeds.

Dick Smith

For staying mobile: The Nexus 7 tablet is $50 cheaper than in the Google Play store; you can get the Wi-Fi model with 16GB storage and 7-inch display for AU$249 at Dick Smith.

For PC lovers: Get 15 per cent off Samsung monitors for a limited time.


For the snap-happy: On the subject of Samsung discounts, Target is also offering 20 per cent off Samsung cameras.