Price: $647.99 (Regularly $1,099.99). Free shipping/Prime.
Snagging this Samsung is an excellent way to spark jealousy among friends who paid hundreds more for something just like it less than a year ago. Its screen resolution and refresh rate are close to as cutting-edge as you can get without investing in a 4K TV. And since it lacks 3D and WiFi, you won't have to pay for what some see as marginal features that tend to drive up prices of high-end sets.
Price: $4.99 (Regularly $17.99). In-store pickup only.
Buy: Best Buy
At a price this low, this USB drive makes a compelling case for an impulse buy, even if you don't have a pressing need for it. An extra 8GB of portable storage tends to come in handy. At worst, it will take up only a tiny bit of space in your junk drawer, likely next to more expensive devices that seemed like good ideas at the time.
Price: $199.99 (Regularly $270, Next best is $220). Free shipping/Prime.
Portable hard drives can be a hassle to plug in and swap among devices, but the Seagate Central streamlines things by hooking up to your wireless router and spreading its love among your devices. Reviewers praised its speed and ease of use. At the size of 4TB, it practically dares you to try to max out its cavernous space.
Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (PS3)
Price: $19.99 (Regularly $30). In-store pickup only.
Buy: Best Buy
A collaboration between Professor Layton maestros Level-5 and animation powerhouse Studio Ghibli, this role-playing game drew a rave review from Joystiq, which called it "a superb role-playing game for this generation to savor." You play as a boy who witnesses his mother's death and is obsessed with bringing her back to life. Naturally, you're accompanied by a walking, talking, big-nosed doll named Drippy.