Other World Computing continues to discount select clearance items as part of its Garage Sale, with prices starting at 49 cents. (Items are removed from the page when they're sold out.) That's tied with our mention from a week ago and is one of the best sales we've seen on these items from OWC, yielding a number of price lows. Shipping starts at 99 cents. Note that most items are available in very limited quantities and come in OEM packaging. Refurbished items are covered by Other World Computing warranties.
B&H Photo Video offers the Logitech Rechargeable Wireless Trackpad for Mac, model no. 910-002880, for $19.99 with free shipping. That's tied with our expired Thanksgiving mention and the lowest total price we could find by $10. It features up to 30 feet range, multi-touch gestures, and an integrated mechanical click.
Newegg offers the Rosewill 10" Serial ATA 6GB/s III Flat Cable in Black (pictured), model no. RCAB-11034, or the Rosewill 18" Serial ATA 3GB/s II Flat Cable in Black, model no. RC-18-SA2-BK, for 99 cents with free shipping. That's tied with our mention of the 10" cable from October and the lowest total price we could find for either cable by $3. The 10" cable features two 7-pin straight connectors, data transfer rate of up to 6Gbps, and locking metal latch; while the 18" cable features data transfer rates up to 3Gbps and a locking metal latch.
Adorama offers the Pogoplug Series 4 Mobile Wireless Backup Device, model no. POGO-V4-A3-01, for $16.99 with free shipping. That's $3 under our Black Friday week mention and the lowest total price we've seen. (It's a current low by $7.) It provides continuous, centralized backup and features one USB port, two USB 3.0 ports, SD card, and USM/SATA slots. It is compatible with PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Toshiba Direct cuts up to $100 off a selection of Toshiba Satellite E-Series laptops and Ultrabooks, with prices starting at $629.99, as listed below. With free shipping, that beats last our mention from three weeks ago, which saw two of these models for more. Deals end December 9. The deals, with comparison to last month's prices in parenthesis:
Newegg offers the Rosewill 17.3" Notebook Backpack, model no. RMBP-12001, for $29.99. A $10 mail-in rebate cuts the price to $19.99. With free shipping, that's the lowest total price we could find by $10. It features air-flow back padding and an iPod/MP3 player pocket. Rebate expires December 16.
Also available is the Esme Dual-Fold Nylon Sleeve for 13" / 15" Macbook Air or Pro (pictured) for $4 with free shipping. That's also tied with last week's mention as the lowest total price we could find for any such nylon sleeve by $2. It features a smaller front pocket for a tablet or other accessories.
Netdirectsales via eBay offers the Targus Laptop Cooling Chill Hub, model no. AWE12US, for $14.99 with free shipping. That's $2 under our September mention and the lowest total price we could find by $2. It features an integrated 4-port USB hub and two fans.
BuyDig offers the Wenger Swissgear UPLOAD Carrying Case Backpack in Black, model no. GA-64081001, for $24 with free shipping. That's tied with our mention from last week and the lowest total price we could find now by $4. It features a carrying handle, multiple compartments, room for up to a 16" laptop, and more.
Dell Small Business offers its Dell Urban 2.0 16" Laptop Backpack in Black for $19.99 with free shipping. That's $20 off and the lowest total price we could find. It fits laptops up to 15.6" and features a secure tablet compartment, padded back panel, back pocket, and external water bottle holders.
Newegg via eBay offers the Leap Motion Controller for Windows and Mac, model no. LM-010, for $79.99 with free shipping. (Best Buy via eBay has it for the same price.) That's tied with our mention from last month, but Newegg bundled it with the Leap Motion GameWAVE app then. It's currently the lowest total price we could find by $9. The Leap Motion Controller uses the space between you and your computer to track the movement of your hands at a rate of 200 frames per second. It purports to follow all 10 fingers up to 1/100th of a millimeter, making it significantly more sensitive than existing motion-control technology.