Wow. Today's Cowboom deal is downright spectacular. I'm almost hesitant to post it because I know it'll sell out quickly. Anywhere, here goes.
Today only, Best Buy outlet store Cowboom has a Kodak EasyShare 8.2-megapixel camera and a 7-inch digital photo frame for $49.99 shipped. Both items are
refurbished new; Cowboom doesn't list warranty information, but does offer a 30-day money-back guarantee.
The camera is Kodak's EasyShare C140. CNET hasn't reviewed it, but Google's product page shows an average of 4 stars out of 5 from nearly 50 users. Bottom line: it's a compact, no-frills point-and-shoot that takes decent pictures.
It runs on AA batteries, so you'll probably want to invest in some rechargeables if you don't already have some.
As for the frame, I couldn't find so much as a model number, but Cowboom does provide these specs: it has a 7-inch LCD with a display resolution of 800 by 600, 512MB of internal storage, support for all major memory-card formats, and a USB interface.
My guess is it's the Kodak EasyShare P725, which has identical specifications--and, incidentally, sells for $79.95 all by itself. From one perspective, this deal is like getting a bargain on the photo frame and a free digital camera to boot.
But any way you look at it, it's a sweet deal.
Bonus Deal: TigerDirect has a refurbished 4.3-inch Magellan RoadMate 1440 GPS for $59.99 (plus around $5 for shipping). It's pretty no-frills, but does offer text-to-speech and lane assistance.