It's not often that you find a good deal on a new product. But that's exactly what we have here. The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900 was announced at this year's CES, and began shipping in March with a list price of $380. That's expensive for a point-and-shoot camera, but the DSC-T900 packs in the features to justify that price. Among them: 12-megapixel resolution, a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, and an intelligent auto mode that will optimize the scene mode, facial recognition, lighting settings, and image stabilization automatically. And the best news of all is that, right now, this camera is on sale. Dell is offering it for a starting price of $350, but you can use two coupon codes--6W?X$NF77G0MTV and NK0351R$3QC60V--at checkout, to bring the price down to $277.