Dick Smith has just announced another Garage Sale promotion, with some significant tech savings on offer. While the deals aren't quite as amazing as the 'zero dollar glitch' from earlier this week which saw Dick Smith accidentally advertising its products for free, there are still some reasonable bargains to be found. Here are a few that our eye spotted.
MS Windows 7 Home Premium Upgrade 3 User Pack: (save $90)
Looking to upgrade your OS? Windows 7 Home Premium is currently going for $147 at Dick Smith - a saving of $90. Click here for information about this deal.
Acer Aspire One AOD255E Netbook: $271 (save $120)
It might not have a funky 'Banana cream' finish like the Acer Aspire One Happy 2
, but this 10.1in netbook will still get the job done if you just want to check emails and surf the Web. It comes with a 1.5 GHz Intel Atom N550 CPU, 1GB of DDR2 RAM and a purported eight hours battery life. Click here
for information about this deal.
SONY RDR-HDC100 160GB PVR: $278.40 (save $69)
The Sony RDR-HDC100 is a 160GB DVD/HDD recorder with a digital HD TV tuner, Dolby Digital audio, an MP3 music player and 1080p upscaling via HDMI. Sony is still advertising the RDR-HDC100 on its website for $379. Dick Smith is offering the same model for $278, which isn't a bad price. Click here for information about this deal.
Optex Pistol Grip Tripod with Monopod: $74.95 (save $74.95)
The Optex Pistol Grip Tripod is a portable tripod for photography and video recording that can also be used as a monopod (single leg). Its height can be adjusted from 570mm to 1490mm. Dick Smith is currently selling the tripod for half price. Click here for information about this deal.
Sony Bravia KDL40EX520 40in LCD TV: $988 (save $200)
The Sony Bravia KDL40EX520 is a Full HD LCD TV with a 40 inch Edge LED-backlit screen. Dick Smith has knocked $200 off the retail price and has also thrown in free delivery. Click here for information about this deal.
If you'd like to check out the rest of the deals, visit the home page, but be warned - the deals section of the website is a bit of a nightmare to navigate.