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Today's hottest deals include a 42-inch Panasonic 1080p LED HDTV and a Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated keyboard, both of which have plummeted to low prices. Both products are well-reviewed, with the Panasonic wowing Amazon customers and the keyboard earning a top gdgt score. Want the latest deals delivered to your inbox? Join gdgt and add the gadgets you're shopping for to your "Want" list. Every time there's a price cut, you'll get an email alert!
Price: $629.99 and free shipping with Prime (MSRP $799.99)
This discount Panasonic set won't blow you away with cutting-edge features, but it hammers home the expected checkpoints of full 1080p images, a 120Hz refresh rate and built-in WiFi, making for a cheap living room set or a somewhat extravagant bedroom indulgence. We haven't seen any professional reviews of the set, but it's pleased Amazon buyers so far, notching 4.75 stars out of 5.
It's easy to see why the keyboard received an impressive 83 gdgt Score. It's light, plays nice with a variety of mobile devices and boasts bedtime-friendly backlit keys. Some critics called the keyboard a pricey extravagance at its $99 MSRP, but now that it's down 40 percent from its starting point, the value shines as brightly as the backlighting.
Apple $50 iTunes
Price: $45 with free shipping
Buy: Best Buy
If you're looking to take a bite out of Apple's digital offerings, you may as well make your dollar stretch 10 percent farther while this deal is available. The free shipping ensures delivery or handling fees won't siphon away the savings.
Lego City Undercover
Price: $41.99 (MSRP $49.99)
Nintendo hasn't given Wii U owners much to chew on since launching the console in November, but this March release -- a family-friendly take on Grand Theft Auto tropes -- provided an open-world, run-and-gun thrills, along with patented Lego charm. While reviewers griped about the lack of multiplayer, they praise the inventive ways it used the tablet-like Wii U GamePad, making it a communications device, map and scanner.
Price: $129.99 (Lowest price yet; MSRP $230)
These compact but durable headphones have hit a new low price, perhaps to celebrate the dawning of the new season of the HBO supernatural soap opera, with which it shares branding. The headphones' microfiber suede leather is meant to keep your ears comfortable as you listen, and the customizable exterior shields let you change up the look to suit your mood. Other than the True Blood branding, these are identical to the well-received V-MODA Crossfade M-80 headphones, which earned a solid 86 gdgt Score.