The $65 Creation Tech netbook. You know it's going to be great!

<img src="" />I'm not sure how useful this will be, but it sounds interesting. Chinese manufacturer Creation Tech is selling a 7 inch ult

Even more cheap Android tablet computers

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New color printer cuts printing costs, costs $20,000

<img src="">Cheap color printing has long been the holy grail of grade-schoolers everywhere<small>*</small>. As yo

Genius announces bargain noise cancelling headphones

<img src="" />Genius announced today that they are releasing a new, reasonably priced, noise cancelling headphone. The GHP-04NC (say

Tech bargains may be going the way of jobs, housing, food

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Yashica Japan introduces 9.1-megapixel camera for $100

Legendary Japanese camera maker made a comeback (at least in Nippon) last month, only to present two rather dull digital cameras. The EZF924 [JP], however, can at least impress with its price tag: The

CrunchDeals: Vudu rolls out 99 cent rental service

When does inexpensive mean cheap? ‘Sport In-Ear MP3 Player’

A British shoppe is now hawking what it calls the “Sport In-Ear MP3 Player,” a do-as-you-like 1GB MP3 player you wear around your head. With styling straight out of 1997, the player does all sorts

Merry Xmas: Sub-$100 Blu-ray drives for PCs in your stockings

This is rather cool. Sony and HP’s joint Blu-ray operation has said that by the holiday season this year Blu-ray drives for desktops should be under $100. This is an important step to getting un

Har har, cheap GPS

Here’s a little early morning funny from XKCD for you kids. Why? Because we love you.

These foldable cardboard $15 speakers are worth every dollar

I fully doubt these speakers sound like anything other than ass, but they will only set you back a tenner if you look and they fold up to fit in your laptop bag — can you really say no to that? They

CES 2008: Name brands add features to battle cheaper HDTVs

[photopress:apNERL07_PANASONIC_HD_00OLA.jpg,full,center] AP image It’s Day Two of the Consumer Electronics Show—time to start analyzing, looking for trends, seeing what’s hot and wha

Gen-X Console: NES + Genesis = Retro-awesome

How come I don’t find things like this before Xmas? This is the Gen-X Dual station, likely the weirdest console I’ve ever met. It’s an NES and a Sega Genesis combined into one, but t

Amazon's 'Customers Vote' back for the holidays

Wow, it IS the most wonderful time of the year. In my self-centered quest for survival over the past however-many months, I completely forgot about’s Customers Vote thing. Products wi

Pharos announces two economical GPS devices

Pharos has just announced two entry-level GPS models for the low, low price of $199 and $299. The Drive GPS 250 features a 4.3-inch touchscreen display, SiRFStar III GPS receiver and it has a light se

Everex plans to offer cheap Linux/Google notebooks too

Remember two days ago? That was when taskmaster John Biggs told us about the $200 Everex PC. Well today it’s been announced that Everex “will bring Linux laptops under $300 to users next y

Leaked BIS plan for Sprint is super cheap

If this doesn’t make Sprint the best CDMA network in the nation then I’m not sure what will other than the fantastic new phones they have coming. Pretty sure $30 is cheap for a BIS plan that inclu

Envision HD 720p 32-inch LCD-TV: Awful cheap or cheaply awful?

Envision makes fairly good TVs for not much money. This 32-inch model is about $500 online right now and it has a built-in digital tuner and two HDMI in ports. You can also use it as a video monitor a

Refurbished iPhones Hit Apple Store

Why? Because wtf wants to see another picture of the iPhone? I don’t. Mac Chick Of The Month. It was only a matter of time before refurbished iPhones were going to hit the Apple Store and now th

The $50 Paint Job For Your Vehicle

Hard to believe $50 did this You’ll find that after a 1993 Honda Civic hits your car door, you may require a new paint job. Too bad that a really good paint job costs way more than you want to s
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