Where does he get those wonderful toys….

I am a gadget junkie and I hate paying too much for my tech. So when I can I look for the most economical ways to support my tech junkie habit. One of those those ways is to look for some of the best tech deals out there. However, in this fast paced world you have to be able to make split second choices and have up to the minute information in order to get the best deals. But you also have to be able to weed out the junk. If I am looking for the best deal on an SD card I don’t want to have information about the XBox coming my way. I want to get the alerts that make the most sense to me and help streamline my bargain shopping experience.

Enter Tech Bargains.com. This site has the latest and greatest discounts, deals and tech bargains that the Internet has to offer. The information that they cull and send your way is very useful and can be sent directly to you in many different fashions. For instance if you work online all day long like I do then you might enjoy getting deals sent to your e-mail. If you are working on the road but have a web enabled phone then the tech bargains can be sent to you via mobile web pages or mobile RSS feeds. Heck I bet I could buy the next Wired Kayaker video camera while sitting in my kayak.

With TechBargains.com you are in control of the information that is sent to you. You customize your alerts for coupons, deals and even rebates. You can also sign up for e-newsletters. Navigating the site is very easy and if you are looking on any page and you suddenly decide that you want to search for a particular item you can right then and there because there is a search tab on each page.

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10 thoughts on “Where does he get those wonderful toys….”

  1. I’ve been peeking at Tech Bargains for a while when I’m needing something. Friends of mine who know far more than I do put their faith in it, so…

    It looks like you have an interest in photography; used lenses can be a way to save money and get nice toys. While there’s been some innovation lately in focus motors, stabilizers, and the like, glass itself doesn’t change the way tech does. Something made ten years ago can still shine today.

  2. I’ve thought about getting used lenses, especially so I can have more variety when taking my photos. Thanks for the tip.

  3. Big fan of techbargains. Althoguh i have had some success with some other sites. And just in general bidding cheap on ebay.

    Rami

  4. Lenses hold up amazingly well. Don’t get a used body, though … between the computer chip that replaces film coming out with a new edition every week, they have a lot more moving parts and just don’t stand up to time nearly as well.

  5. Tech bargains looks a great place to get all my new gadgets.

    Thanks for opening my eyes to a new website i can visit daily! Hehe

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