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Best Tech Deals of the Week

This week we'll show you where to find the best deals on a big-screen TV, an HD camcorder, a Dell laptop, and more.

Canon Vixia HF100 HD Camcorder

You can make movies in glorious high definition without breaking the bank. The Canon Vixia HF100 HD camcorder, which typically sells for close to $800, is now available for as little as $529. The HF100 is very similar to the Vixia HF10, which impressed us with its video quality when we reviewed it last fall. Unlike the HF10, which has internal flash memory, the HF100 requires an SD Card for storing your video. But with all the money you can save on the camcorder's price, you can stock up on SD media and still have plenty of cash left over.

Samsung LN52A650 52-Inch LCD

If you want a big-screen TV for your home, Amazon.com is offering a big deal on Samsung's 52-inch 1080p LCD TV. This model, which usually lists for well over $2000, is on sale for $1800--a hefty $800 off the list price. We haven't reviewed the 52-inch set, but its 46-inch sibling, the Samsung LN46A650, impressed our reviewer. If you're not sure what to look for in an HDTV, check out our HDTV Buying Guide for everything you need to know.

Dell Vostro A860 Laptop

You can get a full-featured laptop for a very low price--you don't necessarily have to settle for a netbook. Case in point: the Dell Vostro A860, designed for small-business users. A configuration with a Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, and Windows Vista normally costs $669; now you can have that A860 for $399. Sure, you'll have to kick in $25 for shipping, but that still keeps you well under $500 for the entire package.

LG Tabletop iPod Docking Station

LG is known for making stylish gadgets, but you don't need a bunch of them to let all your music play. LG's Tabletop iPod Docking Station includes an HD tuner, AM and FM radios, and a docking station for your iPod. And you can now buy it from NewEgg.com for $68, more than half off the original price of $250.

Nokia N73 Cell Phone

An unlocked cell phone comes with many perks, the first being that it doesn't tie you to a lengthy carrier service contract. But the flip side of that benefit is that you don't get a carrier-subsidized price, so usually you end up paying more. Right now, however, you can find an unlocked Nokia N73 for $200, a significant discount off of its $350 list price. You get a 3.2-megapixel camera and a host of music features, too.

Today's Best Tech Deals

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