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Deal of the Day: New iPod Nano for Only $134.99 with FREE Shipping

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| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jan 11, 2010 3:40 am

Our Deal of the Day today is the PC Connection - New iPod Nano for Only $134.99 with FREE Shipping or $165.99 with FREE Shipping!.

 

Offer: They've dropped the price $5 which buys you a maybe half a sandwich at your local deli, but it's still $5 saved on a Nano which has NEVER gone on sale (until this past weekend and if you missed that....) With the new price drop, you save $15 off of buying from Apple (or at your nearby Apple Store) These new Nano's come with video, a larger 2.2" screen and feature the same 24 hour battery life (which, the other one never lived up to but this one certainly does). And unlike the last few months, it looks like nearly all of the 8GB and 16GB's are in stock with with your choice of colors. These all ship for free with no tax except in MA, OH, or TN. (which is still better than buying from Apple since they've got stores everywhere)

 

Update: If you're like me, and you prefer the iPod classic, you can grab it here as well for a savings of $20! Just $229.95 with the same free shipping and tax savings! Get 160GB of space and scoff at those who have to decide and sync everyday while you put your entire library on just once!

 

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