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DeaL: 24 inch Acer Monitor - Under 200

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Staples has a nice deal on a 24" monitor. Not the greatest max resolution for a 24", but then it's not costing you $300-400 either. Probably not for graphics design or cad, but for a desktop environment where video playback (full 1080HD) or just plain better visibility is needed, this will do th trick. And, yes, it has HDCP even though Staples forgot to mention that. You can check the user reviews at our favorite online retailer newegg here.

Staples: Acer 24" 1080, 16:9, HDCP LCD Monitor for 199.98

Last Updated on Monday, 29 March 2010 12:20
 

Recommend: ioSafe Disaster-Proof Drive

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These are nice little backup drives. For businesses, you should be using either tapes or multiple cheap hard drives and taking them off site either weekly or daily - and possibly using offsite backup services depending on your situation. BUT, this is a nice extra backup method that will likely survive a fire, flood, or burglary (since you can chain it down) saving your bacon when you forget to take the tapes home which is so easy to do.  

These make a great backup system for home as well either along with or instead of subscription online backup services such as carbonite.  The Costco version is on sale and comes with two years of disaster recovery credit ($1000) and you can up it to three for $40 or five for $90. This is also a great backup drive for home networks even as a primary backup method.

1.5 Terabyte ioSafe at Costco.com

Last Updated on Monday, 29 March 2010 12:04