We have plenty of news from CES to keep us occupied this week, but we wouldn't want to skip our weekly deal post—especially considering some of the bargains available out there.
Among the most tantalizing is Dell's E2011H, a 20" monitor with a 1600x900 resolution that's on sale for just $99.99 shipped at Newegg right now. This display has a TN panel, of course, but its 250 cd/m² brightness and 1000:1 contrast ratio sound pretty decent, and user reviews are encouraging. Dell itself charges $159 for the E2011H, so $99.99 is a pretty big discount.
There are also some Newegg promo codes floating around. Entering "EMCNJJJ46" on the checkout page will let you take $20 off any version of Windows 8 available at the e-tailer, and the code "EMCNJJJ29" trims the prices of select Corsair power supplies by 15%. The Windows 8 code expires tonight at midnight Pacific time, while the Corsair code is good through January 16.
Meanwhile, as always, Amazon has some downloadable PC games on sale. This week, the e-tailer lets you snatch The Walking Dead for $12.49, the Darksiders Franchise Pack for $13.19, and Saints Row The Third The Full Package for $12.49.
Finally, our friends north of the border can partake in NCIX's Winter Wonderland Sale Event. Among the deals featured there: Samsung's 830 Series 512GB solid-state drive for $449.99, OCZ's Vertex 3 480GB for $389.99, and a 32GB USB 3.0 thumb drive from Kingston for $18.99.
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