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Days of Dell, Day 12: Ultrasharp U2410 IPS LCD $389, Alienware TactX Gaming Mouse $38

Days of Dell, Day 12
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Dell Canada has a Days of Dell event running form March 5 through March 16 -- 12 days of deals. Most of you are familiar with the event by now, but to recap, Days of Deall feature deeply discounted products each day that are available for that day only. Offers usually go live at 6AM eastern time and hot items can sell out quickly! It's best to check in early. Thanks to forum member donye for giving us an early heads up!

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A lot of people have been waiting for the U2410 to go on sale, and here it is! For the less familiar, it is a high-end H-IPS monitor with a true 8-bit colour panel. The TactX mouse is also as cheap as its ever been. Shipping is free

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    • xarcosis
    • Targus laptop travel bag a deal @ $17.99 I assume? Or better deals elsewhere?
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    • Feelings
    • What do you guys think about the keyboard and mouse combo? Any good?
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    • sourkeys
    • Hopefully dell goes out with a bang on Friday!
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    • ltp2k3
    • I thought the ST2220T 21.5 touch monitor is decently priced. Any one has any opinion on the monitor? I am thinking of getting it to try out Windows 8
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    • 2007camryhybrid
    • 22 ultrathin led is great at 119.
      I am using it enjoyably the 23 at office, it was 139.
      Sleek and looks very good and bright.
      Can't loss at 119 for a decent size mon
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    • Corleone187
    • The keyboard is ok but the mouse is horrible. You can find much better deals just walking into one of the big box stores I think
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    • maverick601in
    • Any thoughts on the XPS system? Is this is a good price for it? Thanks.

      XPS 8300 - 799$

      Intel® Core™ i7-2600 processor (8MB Cache, 3.4GHz)
      Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64Bit, English
      No Monitor
      8GB DDR3 SDRAM at 1333MHz - 4 DIMMs
      2TB - 7200RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 64MB Cache
      ATI Radeonâ„¢ HD 6450 1GB DDR3
      Single Drive: 16X CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW) w/double layer write capability
      1 Year Basic Support
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    • ahhell
    • Any thoughts on the XPS system? Is this is a good price for it? Thanks.

      XPS 8300 - 799$

      Intel® Core™ i7-2600 processor (8MB Cache, 3.4GHz)
      Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium, 64Bit, English
      No Monitor
      8GB DDR3 SDRAM at 1333MHz - 4 DIMMs
      2TB - 7200RPM, SATA 3.0Gb/s, 64MB Cache
      ATI Radeonâ„¢ HD 6450 1GB DDR3
      Single Drive: 16X CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW) w/double layer write capability
      1 Year Basic Support
      Not too bad except for that weak-*** video card. For what is considering a gaming line of PCs, throwing that card in is ridiculous and ruins this deal.
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    • PitchyDawg
    • 22 ultrathin led is great at 119.
      I am using it enjoyably the 23 at office, it was 139.
      Sleek and looks very good and bright.
      Can't loss at 119 for a decent size mon
      Looks pretty good. Need a small display in the garage for fitness vids and casual gaming. If this had native HDMI w/ audio and even crappy speakers I would be all over it.
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    • gasking
    • Just ordered a Targus A7 Laptop Messenger bag from my ebate account for my new Dell i5 laptop. Ebate gives me another 4.5% cash back.
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    • Drakestar
    • I thought the ST2220T 21.5 touch monitor is decently priced. Any one has any opinion on the monitor? I am thinking of getting it to try out Windows 8
      I've been pricing out the touchscreen All-in-ones for days now. With the $100 off coupon, which I think expires today, the difference between an i3 and i5 is about $150, so then I was thinking about picking this monitor up for $199, and just buy a regular vostro tower, but then that all seems to work out about the same. I hate how they seem to have every price angle figured out, it's like buying the McD's meal deal even though you don't want the drink, they know how much they want to make off every customer it seems and move prices around on separate pieces so you can't win.

      I assume I can just plug this touchscreen into any computer, so i was thinking of picking up the monitor and hoping a small business deal comes along on the computer itself.
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    • pswart
    • I'm guessing the Kodak Playfull is like the second generation of Playsport. I have a Playsport and am very impressed with it. Good price at $80.
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    • ltp2k3
    • I've been pricing out the touchscreen All-in-ones for days now. With the $100 off coupon, which I think expires today, the difference between an i3 and i5 is about $150, so then I was thinking about picking this monitor up for $199, and just buy a regular vostro tower, but then that all seems to work out about the same. I hate how they seem to have every price angle figured out, it's like buying the McD's meal deal even though you don't want the drink, they know how much they want to make off every customer it seems and move prices around on separate pieces so you can't win.

      I assume I can just plug this touchscreen into any computer, so i was thinking of picking up the monitor and hoping a small business deal comes along on the computer itself.
      My "pricing error" i7 2860QM from Lenovo should be arrived any day now, I am thinking of getting this to use it as an external monitor when I am at home. I just need to confirm with the wife before ordering it
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    • spensar
    • I thought the ST2220T 21.5 touch monitor is decently priced. Any one has any opinion on the monitor? I am thinking of getting it to try out Windows 8
      Thought that looked pretty good to. If the touch screen works decently it would be handy for the office. Built in speakers and USB ports are nice.

      I have had carpal tunnel surgery, and a touch screen would nicely break up the mouse work.
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    • PitchyDawg
    • I'll admit I'm completely clueless about the world of touchscreen monitors. So, about the ST2220T 21.5 touch monitor then. How exactly does it connect to a computer and register touches and display HD image/video and stay powered? USB 3.0 and wall plug is my guess. Also, is the tech proprietary or will it plug-and-play in say, an old duo core PC from 3 years ago?

      I also want to mess around with Windows 8 previews.
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    • Slash5
    • I thought the ST2220T 21.5 touch monitor is decently priced. Any one has any opinion on the monitor? I am thinking of getting it to try out Windows 8
      No VESA mounting - kills it for me.
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    • spensar
    • I've been pricing out the touchscreen All-in-ones for days now. With the $100 off coupon, which I think expires today, the difference between an i3 and i5 is about $150, so then I was thinking about picking this monitor up for $199, and just buy a regular vostro tower, but then that all seems to work out about the same. I hate how they seem to have every price angle figured out, it's like buying the McD's meal deal even though you don't want the drink, they know how much they want to make off every customer it seems and move prices around on separate pieces so you can't win.

      I assume I can just plug this touchscreen into any computer, so i was thinking of picking up the monitor and hoping a small business deal comes along on the computer itself.
      If it is for a desktop setup, I like the stand alone monitor for the flexibiltiy so you aren't stuck having to trying to upgrade an all in one computer down the road.
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    • Bafflebrain
    • I bought the ST2220T a year ago. It is just like a standard monitor with the touchscreen overlay. The three side USB ports are handy if you ave wired mouse and keyboard or want to plug in a Bluetooth dongle for wireless KB and mouse.

      The supplied driver comes from a company that specialize in touchscreen displays. I have it running Windows7 and the touch feature works great. The onscreen keyboard auto hides and comes up when you point to a user enter field. You can do gesture control like pinch to zoom and swipe to scroll. It has a folding bracket that you can adjust the lean angle. The bracket will fold completely and you can have the monitor laying flat. You can't have it completely vertical like a standard monitor thought.

      Not sure what application you can use but it can potentially work like a giant tablet. I will try Windows 8 Beta and see how it goes.
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