Tech Thursday Gadget Deals – 2/17/2011

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  • Cirago 80 GB USB 2.0 Portable External Hard Drive for $29.99 through Amazon (list price: $59.99): This one is dedicated to all you digital pack-rats. Free up space on your computer’s hard drive by transferring old videos, photos and other unnecessary files to an external hard drive. Doing so not only gives you the flexibility of storing more current and relevant files, it may also speed up your computer (assuming all else is fine). This Cirago hard drive stores a generous 80 GBs and it’s in a compact form factor. The average rating on Amazon is four out of five stars — pretty good. (Via Gadling)
  • Bushnell Digital Binoculars for $47 through Zwee! (list price: $89.99): These are among the fanciest binoculars we’ve seen. They have 10x magnification and a 35 megapixel camera built in so you can capture the images you’re zooming in on. Sounds perfect for live sports fanatics and bird watchers! Purchase comes with two-year warranty. (Via Zwee!)
  • Buy one Ubisoft Wii dance title ($19-$39), get a Wii game 30% Off through Amazon: Is it fair to say that most people aren’t comfortable dancing in public? Perhaps we speak only for ourselves. In any case, our fears of being mocked at the dance club are allayed with these Ubisoft dance games (we own Just Dance 1 and 2), which we play in the privacy of our own homes. You’ll have a hoot of a time with dance-off competitions AND develop the skills for a possible future jaunt to a club. The dance games are also great for children’s parties. We highly recommend. (Via Amazon)
  • “Reply All” Prohibited tee-shirt for $15.99-$17.99 through ThinkGeek: Okay, so strictly-speaking, this item isn’t a gadget nor is it on sale. But the shirt’s message is relevant to many of us who work in a business environment. It’s awesome and it’s inexpensive. Enough said. (Via ThinkGeek)

About Melody Demel

Melody is Senior Manager, PR for Boingo Wireless, where she is responsible for media relations, brand building and thought leadership initiatives. Melody is a die-hard Nebraska Cornhuskers fan and retired NCAA DI college field hockey player.
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