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We love rounding up the week's best laptops and an assortment of tablet accessories, but today we bring you deals on the sometimes-forgotten realm of computer peripherals. From printers to projectors and more, these computing accessories should not be overlooked in any home office setup.
Is It Worth It?: A low by a whopping $549, this projector does not come with 3D glasses but it delivers impressive 2D viewing as it works directly with high-definition devices. It's also perfect as a home theater projector as it can stand up to ambient light. Features a 1920x1080 (1080p) native resolution, 2,200-lumen brightness, up to 40,000:1 contrast ratio, WirelessHD transmitter, HDMI inputs, remote, and more.
For a slightly less expensive option, check out the factory-refurbished Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 8350 1080p LCD Projector for $899. (Visual Apex charges the same for a refurb.) This LCD projector features a display size of up to 100", native resolution of 1920x1080 (1080p), 50,000:1 contrast ratio, 2,000-lumen brightness, two HDMI inputs, and VGA and other video inputs. Both items include an Epson 2-year projector warranty.
Is It Worth It? Nowadays it's most convenient to have a wireless network that allows computers, gaming consoles, and other devices to access the Internet at high speeds throughout the home. But few offer 300Mbps via twin external antennae. What's more, the bundled the bundled D-Link Wireless N USB Adapter (DWA-130) is ideal for making smooth Internet phone calls (VoIP) and responsive gaming.
Is It Worth It?: While this technology in general has shortcomings, this "is a wireless extender that's easy to set up and has excellent range." Features include WPA2-PSK, WPS and WEP encryption, two external antennae, and more. A 30-day Netgear warranty applies.
Is It Worth It?: While many offices have mostly gone digital, having a printer on hand has never hurt any business. And the same is true at home. And for $136 after rebate, you'll not only get a great printer that is a crossbreed between the Canon Pro-1 and the Pro9000 Mark II, now with smaller ink cartridges and dye-based ink, but you'll also get a 50-pack of photo paper to get you started. This setup also features a 4800x1200 dpi maximum print resolution, the ability to print 8x10" images in as few as 51 seconds, up to 13x19" wide-format printing, Ethernet, 802.11n wireless, PictBridge compatibility, USB connectivity, and more.
Is It Worth It?: Looking for a new mouse or an LCD display? Look no further than one of the best sales we've seen from One World Computing. A selection of microphones, wireless mice, cables, RAM, laptop accessories, hard drives, keyboards, computer storage, and more are on sale. Prices start at just $2.79!