Monday, 26 May 2014

Canon and Nikon DSLR Cameras, Samsung HDTVs Selling at Discounted ...

Canon and Nikon DSLR Cameras, Samsung HDTVs Selling at Discounted Prices As Part of Frys Memorial Day SpecialsMemorial Day is one of the best times of the year to take advantage of consumer electronics discounts, and almost every tech retailer out there has something for everyone. Of course, retailers tend to offer tech specials all year round, but holiday deals, in most cases, are more attractive – we’re talking bigger discounts and better, more appealing items. That is once again the case with Fry’s Memorial Day tech deals, which include several popular items that can be purchased for substantially lower prices.

Oftentimes, HDTV shoppers have to go through hoops in order to get discount pricing, even as a casual shopper and not an actual buyer. This is because companies would often insist that third-party retailers display list pricing on their websites, and not the discounted price. As such, it’s not uncommon for retail websites to ask buyers to sign up for membership and/or enter personal data in order to view the special price tag.

Over at Fry’s, most of the discounted HDTVs have their sale pricing in full view, and these include the Sharp 70-inch Class LE650U Series HDTV, which comes with a 120 Hz refresh rate and a suite of features included as part of the SmartCentral user experience. Pricing was originally $1,999, but buyers can now get this TV set for just $1,697.

Another giant-sized HDTV available for less comes from Samsung, as its 75-inch H6350 Smart LED TV comes with a quad-core processor under the hood, Samsung’s “upgraded” Smart Hub, and Wi-Fi baked in. Original pricing was $3,299.99, but it’s now selling for a shade over $300 off, or $2,997.99.

It’s also possible to get discounts off smaller HDTVs, as Fry’s has them as well, all selling at lower price tags. For starters, the Polaroid 19-inch LED HDTV costs $109 (reg. price $129), while TCL has a few TVs available for less, including the 32-inch Class LED HDTV ($179, reg. price $299.99) and a 40-inch variant with 1080p video, three HDMI ports, and USB as key features and specs ($279, reg. price $349). But if you’re not in the market for an HDTV, Fry’s has other electronics items that can also be purchased at tempting discounted prices.

These items include the Nikon D5300 DSLR camera, which includes a 24.2-megapixel sensor and 3.2-inch LCD screen, and comes with a bundled-in 18-55 millimeter lens; pricing is $846.95, or $50 off the regular price of $896.95. If that’s not a big enough discount for you, Canon’s EOS Rebel T5i costs $749, or $100.99 less than the original price of $849.99, and is another decent entry-level DSLR. Specs include an 18-megapixel sensor, a 3-inch touchscreen, and 1080p Full HD support.

Lastly, peripheral buyers have a wide range of items to choose from, including two pairs of headphones. A set of Sennheiser Over-Ear Headphones costs $19.99, or 33 percent/$10 off the regular price of $29.99, while buyers looking for something higher-end can go for the JVC 900 MHz wireless headphones, which usually cost $79.99, but are now selling at half-price, or only $39.99.

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