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Today's top deals include a pair of devices that could improve your home office setup. A slim 27-inch Monoprice monitor makes your work almost pretty to look at, while a TRENDnet USB WiFi Adapter lets you move away from your modem. 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!
Monoprice IPS Zero-G 27-inch Slim LED Monitor
Price: $300 (regularly $390). Free shipping.
A big, sexy monitor like this is ideal for those who work at home -- or just prefer to make their computer monitors the center of their living rooms. The Zero-G boasts antiglare coating, a thin form factor and a better-than-full HD 1440p display. It also comes with some security: if five or more dead pixels appear within a year of purchase, Monoprice will send you a new one under warranty.
TRENDnet Wireless N USB Adapter
Price: $17 (regularly $40). Free shipping.
If you want to use your desktop in a room without a modem -- or have a laptop without a wireless card -- USB WiFi adapters like this are a godsend. This TRENDnet earns points for its easy setup, unobtrusive size and Wireless N router compatibility.
Last week we were impressed with a $50 price tag on this top-rated HTC smartphone, but now it's available for only a penny. All told, it's one of the most impressive phones on the market, with a sharp display, impressive speeds and usable interface. Note that if you're considering a jump to Sprint from a different carrier, you should verify that your area has 4G LTE coverage.
Gigabyte Aivia Krypton Gaming Mouse
Price: $47 after $15 mail-in rebate (price at checkout is $62, regularly $70). Free shipping.
A swappable chassis on the Gigabyte Aivia Krypton lets gamers adjust the bottom of the mouse to adapt to different surfaces. Amazon reviewers praised its comfort level, accuracy and adaptability to different games and play styles. The $15 mail-in rebate is a hassle, but the deal isn't so hot if you don't follow through with it. Amazon also has the mouse at $62, but without a rebate.
Disney Infinity Starter Pack
Price: $60 (regularly $75). Free shipping/Prime.
Disney's take on the Skylanders formula lets players use action figures that show up as heroes onscreen. Parents might cringe at the "starter pack" designation, as their kids will likely badger them into buying more characters to add to the milieu. Joystiq praised Disney Infinity for its accessibility and fan service, calling it an excellent bonding experience for kids and parents. The sale is good for all compatible platforms, including Xbox 360, PS3, Wii U, Wii and 3DS.