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Daily Tech Deal: Sony VAIO AR71M

Daily Tech Deal: Sony VAIO AR71M

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Yesterday we brought you a netbook which, for some, might not pack enough of a punch. So today we thought we'd bring your attention to the Sony VAIO AR71M, available from Cdiscount for £649.98 down from its RRP of £899.99. The Vaio comes with a 17-inch... >>

Daily Tech Deal: Sandisk Sansa Fuze 8GB + 4GB SDHC under £50

Daily Tech Deal: Sandisk Sansa Fuze 8GB + 4GB SDHC under £50

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Although there are plenty of phones that are capable of playing music some of us still prefer a purpose built piece of kit that will hold your entire collection. So unless you want to hang on for that N97 with its whopping 32GB of built-in memory, then... >>

Daily Tech Deal: Dual Skype phone for less than £10

Daily Tech Deal: Dual Skype phone for less than £10

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Are you trying to cut your costs a bit this year? Considered VOiP? As many of you will already know, services such as Skype offer free Skype-to-Skype calls and could be a nice way of reducing your phone bill. For anyone out there who has not taken the... >>

Daily Tech Deal: Samsung DVD-SR275 upscaler for £69.00

Daily Tech Deal: Samsung DVD-SR275 upscaler for £69.00

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Today's Daily Tech Deal is one for all you movie lovers who have an HD TV but no high def content to get the best from your screen. Let's face it Blu-ray isn't cheap, so we thought that the Samsung DVD-SR275 upscaler available from Cdiscount for £69.00... >>

Daily Tech Deal: Philips PET707 portable DVD player

Daily Tech Deal: Philips PET707 portable DVD player

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Today's Daily Tech Deal is the Philips PET707 7-inch portable DVD player that is available from Cdiscount.co.uk for just £79.99, down from £139.99 giving you a discount of 43%. As well as 7-inch display on the main unit, the player comes with an extra... >>

Cdiscount to launch in UK

Cdiscount to launch in UK

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French retail giant Casino is about to launch what's being called a "major assault" on the UK market. The chain will launch its online brand "Cdiscount" in the UK, apparently setting its sights on stealing market share from DSGi, Comet, Tesco and Amazon... >>