Pricing Errors? Monitors from $8, Projectors From $23, TVs from $40 @ ComputerValley & DirectDial (EXPIRED)
There seems to be some funny stuff going on at DirectDial and ComputerValley, and we are assuming some pricing errors. Either way, we are seeing electronics for mindbogglingly low prices. These prices are really too good to be true, but we thought we would give you a chance to purchase them and see if you actually got your order.
You cannot get a better deal on a monitor than $8. The
NEC Display AccuSync AS241W 24″ LED LCD Monitor is just $8 (save $197) at DirectDigital. If this one sells out (or gets corrected), you can find the same NEC Display AccuSync AS241W 24″ Monitor at ComputerValley for $10.99. It has a 16:9 aspect ration with a maximum 1920 x 1080 resolution. I could list off the entire specs but I am pretty sure you only care about the price as almost any specs on a monitor are worth that price.
Get a brand new,
NEC Display E464 46″ 1080p LED-LCD TV for just $39.99. That is full HD and features edge-lit LED backlighting for reduced power consumption. The NEC Display V423-AVT 42″ 1080p LED-LCD TV is just $46.99 with LED backlighting and integrated temperature sensors and fans. A third TV deal for under $100 is the NEC Display V463-AVT 46″ 1080p LED-LCD TV for just $59.99.The TV includes built-in 10W speakers and an Open Pluggable Specification (OPS)-compliant expansion slot. I am not really sure anyone cares much about the stats at this point as all I would be thinking, and I am sure you are, is that I just mentioned three full HD TVs over 40″ that are listed for under $60. Did your brain just freeze? There are a myriad of TV deals (errors) that you can find through this link here.
The same projector is on sale at both ComputerValley and DirectDial. At DirectDial, save $706 off this
NEC Display LCD Projector – 720p – HDTV – 16:10. Purchase it for only $23 right now. This is the one thing I would consider trying my luck at as I would love to start watching movies on a projector. If this one sells out, just hop over to ComputerValley to pick up the same projector for $34.99.
As we mentioned above, we beleive this is a pricing error on NEC Display products that appears to be hitting a few stores. Buying any of these products is sort of like rolling the dice, who knows if they will fulfill your order or not! If you do place an order, let us know what happens!