Vizio VO420E 42-Inch HDTV, $638
Though the Vizio VO420E didn't quite make our Top 10 40- and 42-Inch HDTVs chart, this already inexpensive model just got a little more attractive with a sale price of $638 and free shipping at Walmart.com.
The VO420E is pretty easy to use and offers a nice set of customization options. This HDTV may serve you well if you aren't terribly picky about image and audio quality--but it probably isn't the best choice if you're looking to create a home theater system.
Sony PlayStation 3 (250GB), $325
We've long argued that the improved Sony PlayStation 3 is a great buy for its combined gaming and Blu-ray capabilities. And it just got even better at Dell's Website, which is featuring the 250GB PS3 for $325 with free shipping.
The new PS3 is roughly 33 percent smaller than the original model and 36 percent lighter, but it continues to be a versatile game console and a capable Blu-ray player. It does still lack compatibility with PlayStation 2 games, though.
Windows 7 Ultimate, $160
Have you been waiting to upgrade your PC to the generally acclaimed Windows 7? At eWiz.com, you can find Windows 7 Ultimate (which features the capabilities of both the Home Premium and Professional versions) for $175. Until February 4, you can use coupon code CUPID14 to get an additional $15 off, which drops the price further to $160.
eWiz is offering the same coupon for Professional (which lowers the price to $125) and Home Premium (bringing it down to $93).
Viewsonic VPD400 MovieBook HD, $88
For playing media content on the go, consider the Viewsonic VPD400 MovieBook HD, which CompUSA is offering for $80 after instant savings and a $20 rebate. Shipping nudges the total up to $88, but that's still a considerable savings over the next-best current price of $136.
The VPD400 does not have Wi-Fi or a touchscreen (we found the buttons particularly annoying), limitations that reduce its competitiveness against the comparable 8GB iPod Touch.
However, with a 4.3-inch display, it does serve adequately as a combination music player, e-book reader, photo and video viewer, and voice recorder. And with the CompUSA discounts, it's more than $100 less than the Apple offering.
Sony Bravia and Blu-ray Player Bundle, $870 to $1760
If it's time for the ultimate living-room upgrade, you can find Sony Bravia HDTVs (42- to 55-inch models) bundled with a free Blu-ray player at the SonyStyle Website.
We haven't reviewed the BDP-N460 player that the site is offering, but it typically retails between $185 and $250. It supports BD-Live, which allows access to up-to-date content, and it has streaming capabilities for Amazon, Netflix, and YouTube.
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