Deals of the Week

This week we found great deals on some nifty multifunction gadgets, including a Nikon point-and-shoot that features a built-in projector and a cell phone with a worthy 8.1-megapixel camera.

Nikon Coolpix S1000pj, $320

Nikon has taken immediate picture sharing to a new level with the unique Coolpix S1000pj--a 12-megapixel point-and-shoot camera that features a built-in projector. Better yet, B&H has it on sale for $320 with free shipping (just add it to your cart to see the price drop).

The S1000pj has a 5X optical zoom and a 2.7-inch LCD screen, while the miniature projector has a brightness rating of 10 lumens and can throw a good-quality image onto a flat surface from 6 inches to just over 6 feet away. The camera also comes with a projector stand and a remote control.

If you like the idea of being able to project your favorite images instantly but you already have a camera, check out pico projectors, which are becoming increasingly powerful.

Sony Ericsson C905a, Free

If you're in the market for a new cell phone and a new digital camera, visit, which is offering the Sony Ericsson C905a for free with activation of a new line of service with AT&T. The C905a features an 8.1-megapixel sensor that's modeled after those in Sony's Cyber-shot collection of cameras--and it's clear that the company takes the camera portion of this handset seriously. For one thing, dedicated camera keys ensure that you won't have to fiddle through phone menus to capture your shot.

The screen is luminous, too, and we found the C905a to be an adequate cell phone (though not nearly as advanced as the droves of increasingly popular smartphones).

With AT&T at the top of our recent 3G performance tests, now may be the right time for you to combine two essential devices into one.

Lenovo IdeaPad S10, $250

Want to buy a terrific netbook while keeping your wallet mostly intact? TigerDirect has the Lenovo IdeaPad S10 on sale for $250 with free shipping. Lenovo impressed us when it introduced the IdeaPad S10 in 2008--and one year later, it made the package even better (and about a pound lighter) with the debut of a high-capacity version.

This model weighs just 2.65 pounds and comes with a 160GB hard drive and a 1.3-megapixel integrated camera. Take note, though, that it ships with Windows XP.

If you're not a fan of the Lenovo machine, consider the MSI Wind U110--a netbook known for its optimal battery life. It's on sale at Newegg for $280 after a mail-in rebate.

Microsoft Zune 4GB, $50

TigerDirect is sweetening its offer of a refurbished Zune 4GB with an FM transmitter and charger, a dashboard grip pad, and a leather carrying case--all for $50 (you can find the new MP3 player by itself at Amazon for over $100).

Microsoft announced that it will discontinue the original line of Zune players in favor of the Zune HD, but we've always liked the wireless syncing, audio quality, and built-in FM tuner of the earlier Zune players.

Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition, $250

Newegg currently has the 3G Nokia 5800 Navigation Edition unlocked phone on sale for $250. Though it's no "iPhone killer," the Nokia 5800 has been heralded as a striking phone with a highly capable music player.

Following in Google's footsteps, Nokia recently announced that it would offer its Ovi Maps application for free on all of its smartphones. Better yet, the 5800 Navigation Edition includes car accessories designed to maximize its GPS capabilities. With this phone along for the ride, you might be able to do away with your Garmin or TomTom stand-alone GPS device.