I’ve mentioned before that I’m somewhat ambivalent about the all-in-one PCs, mostly because they use laptop parts to get to that svelte size, but Apple has announced the specs of their education iMac, which sits at $999.
Howdy, Technabob fans! The guys at ThinkGeek have are offering Technabob readers a special discount code you can use to get yourself some cool geek schwag with.
Just spend at least $40 bucks at ThinkGeek, and you’ll get a $10 discount on your order.
Sony revealed a lot of things at E3, but a price cut wasn’t one of them. Now I don’t know if this new-old rumor has anything behind it, but Sterne Agee analyst Arvind Bhatia is claiming that “industry sources” are claiming that “a $100 price cut on the PS3 in mid-August, just prior the launch of Madden (8/18) and the start of the back to school shopping season.”
The folks over at the upcoming DigitalLife show in New York have been kind enough to extend a substantial 50% discount off admission for the loyal readers of Technabob. Read on to see how to grab your tickets at this special price.
DigitalLife showcases the latest in consumer electronics, video games and home entertainment, and is one of a rare breed of shows that’s actually open to the public.