Holiday sales are winding down, and the selection of hardware deals is a little thin as a result. We've still managed to find some nice discounts on a small collection of PC components, though.
North of the border, NCIX's Boxing Week Sale Event continues to roll, though the many of the most appealing items are now out of stock. There are still a few nice deals to be had, including Kingston's SSDNow V300 240GB SSD for $160 and Adata's SX900 512GB SSD for $330. If you're browsing the NCIX sale page, be sure to click through on the listings to ensure the prices are correct. Some items, like the Core i3-4330, have higher prices than what's indicated on the sale page.
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