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9to5Toys Last Call: MacBook Air (refurb) $599 from Apple, LifeProof iPad cases from $23, Sharp 39″ HDTV $250, more

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Today’s can’t miss deals: Last Call updates:

 

Logitech Ultimate Ears 500vm Noise Isolating Headset w/ Mic & Controls $14 shipped (Reg. $30+)

iPad cases:

Sharp AQUOS 39-inch 1080p LED HDTV $250 shipped (orig. $420)

Google Chromecast streaming media player refurb: $15 shipped AC (Reg. $35)

Roundup: the best ultra tough Lightning cables for your new iPhone 6/6 Plus

Dragon Dictate for Mac 4 (digital download) $100 (Reg. $200)

Small States: The jamstik wireless MIDI guitar controller for iPad, iPhone and Mac, $560 worth of giveaways

Other new deals:

More deals still alive:

More iPhone 6/6 Plus deals, accessories, and trade offers:

New products/ongoing promos:

Tiger Direct Stories October 25, 2012

Toys Deal alert: Add 128GB of speedy Kingston SDCard to your Mac or camera for $70 AR, free shipping

From 9to5Toys.com:

Today only, Tiger Direct has the Kingston 128GB Class 10 SDXC Secure Digital Extended-Capacity Card, model no. SDX10V/128GB for $84.99 with a $15 mail in rebate which brings it to $69.99 with free shipping. At $0.55/GB, that’s the best deal we’ve seen for any 128GB Class 10 SDHC card (even without the rebate). 

Tiger Direct Stories October 12, 2012

Toys: Audyssey desktop speakers $80, more

Some pretty impressive deals from 9to5Toys.com today as we enter into the weekend:

Woot! has the amazing Audyssey Desktop speakers for $79.99 with $5 shipping on everything you order. I have these speakers (and happily paid $200 for them) and they are quite simply the best desktop speakers I’ve used.

We are in love with the standalone LES powered speakers (right).  Very simple I/Os and almost perfect desktop-level sound makes these incredibly good for the small room or workspace.  Sure, they won’t fill up a large-sized room, but you will find much larger/expensive setups for that.  $199 Amazon. Bonus: If you want Airplay functionality, throw in a $95 Apple TV and an Optical cable.

You don’t need a subwoofer and with an optical cable, I don’t think you’ll find better sound at double the price.

Tiger Direct has a monster Centon waterproof 128GB USB stick for $69.99 with free shipping. That’s as big as many of Apple’s internal SSDs.

If you are looking at entry level DSLRs, Woot! offers the Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18MP Digital SLR for $599.99 (add to speakers above for free shipping). Fry’s Electronics offers the Canon EOS Rebel T4i 18-Megapixel Digital SLR Camera with the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens, model no. 6558B003, for $699.99 plus around$11 for shipping.

Update: Amazon ended the deal on SSDs… hope you got in early.

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First-time Apple owners make up 25 percent of all iPad purchases

According to research company NPD Group, and its recent Apple Ecosystem Study based on 3,000 consumers in an online survey, about 37 million United States households own Apple products. The details specify that 69 percent of those consumers own iPods, but ownership of the iPad is growing. In fact, one-in-four iPad owners claimed the device as their first Apple product:

“iPad sales are growing much faster than any other Apple product has this soon after launch,” said Ben Arnold, director of industry analysis at NPD. “”In fact, one-in-five Apple owner households has one— nearly equivalent to the number that own an Apple computer. This demonstrates the appeal of both the new form factor and Apple’s app ecosystem.”

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook put iPad sales into context during Apple’s Q2 2012 conference call yesterday:

“Just two years after we shipped the initial iPad, we’ve sold 67 million. To put that in some context, it took us 24 years to sell that many Macs, and five years for that many iPods, and over three years for that many iPhones, and we were extremely happy with the trajectory on all of those products.”

Think about that for a moment: Apple’s two-year-old device/segment is now likely its biggest ambassador. With Macs traditionally at mid-single digit growth rates, most new Apple customers are being introduced to Apple through the iPad.

(Press release)

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