As always, it's a good idea to be wary of sales advertised online. In some cases the quoted "RRP" refers to what the product cost at the time of release - which bears no relation to the current retail price. In other words, you need to use caution and common sense.
That said, we thought it worth mentioning the 24-hour sale on eStore.com.au, which includes a variety of products, from laptops, tablets, all-in-one desktops, projectors, HDDs, printers, to Adobe software and assorted network devices.
It's worth noting that some of the products offered by eStore are refurbished models. This means the box is unsealed and the product may have seen some use, but remains good-as-new. This is common for online retail sites - GreysOnline is known for this practice.
There are still some reasonable deals to be found though. We spotted a Hitachi XL3000 3TB external hard drive for just $187, for instance (click here). We've seen the Hitachi XL3000 on sale elsewhere for as high as $500.
Further down the page, Microsoft Office Home & Business 2010 is advertised for $231, which isn't a huge saving, but there is free delivery.
For small businesses, there is an OKI C8600n A3 laser printer (refurbished) for $896 - $2054 off the original RRP (you can read our review of the OKI C8600 here).
To view the full list of deals, pay a visit to the eStore.com.au website. As always, remember to do your research and compare any advertised prices against sites like Static Ice or Google Shopping before making a purchase.