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Gadget Gal's daily deals: Philips HDTV, Magellan Maestro GPS, Fantom 1TB hard drive

A Philips 52-inch HDTV, a Magellan Maestro GPS, and a Fantom GreenDrive 1TB external hard drive. here are your daily deals for Monday, July 27, straight from the Gadget Gal:1.
Written by Jennifer Bergen, Contributor on

A Philips 52-inch HDTV, a Magellan Maestro GPS, and a Fantom GreenDrive 1TB external hard drive. here are your daily deals for Monday, July 27, straight from the Gadget Gal:

1. Woot's deal of the day is a refurbished Philips 52PFL7403D\F7 52-inch full HD 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV. The TV has Perfect Pixel HD, HD Natural Motion, a 33000:1 dynamic screen contrast, and four HDMI inputs.

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2. Get the Magellan Maestro 5310 Portable GPS for $179.99 as part of Best Buys Hot Summer Savings Sale. Originally $399.99, the GPS has real-time traffic updates, and can run off of AAA batteries. The online-only sale ends after today, so hurry.

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3. Get the Fantom GreenDrive 1TB USB 2.0 and eSATA External Hard Drive for $69.99 at MacMall. The drive starts at $124.95, but you save $15 instantly. Add $40 in mail-in rebates, and you save 44 percent off of the original price. It has a power-efficient, fanless design, and is compatible with both PCs and Macs. It also comes with a two-year Fantom manufacturer's warranty. Rebates are valid through purchases made by July 31.

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Note: Deals may be for a limited time or quantity.

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