It's kinda hard to beat Black Friday, but we've still managed to stumble upon a handful of nice deals today. To start off, we see Newegg is currently selling an eVGA GeForce GTX 260 "reloaded" graphics card for only $248 with free shipping.
This is the newer version of the GTX 260 with 216 stream processors, and eVGA is giving out free copies of Ubisoft's free-roaming shooter Far Cry 2 with it. Oh, and of course, eVGA covers this card with a lifetime warranty. Less than $250 is very cheap indeed for such an excellent performer with a recent and actually good game thrown in.
If you're seeking mobility instead of great desktop gaming performance, TigerDirect sells one of Asus' Eee PC 901 netbooks with 12GB of solid-state storage for just $350. (The cheapest we can find this system on our price search engine is $429.) If you'd rather have mechanical storage, Newegg sells a similar Eee PC 904HA with a 160GB hard-disk drive for $350 shipped. The 904HA apparently doesn't have Bluetooth, though.
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