A quick hot tip for your gift list:

Just took a look at the Epson site.
this is the hottest deal I’ve seen on a great little printer:

The Epson PictureMate Deluxe Viewer edition

$89.99 for the printer AND a battery so you can take the printer out of range of AC.

The battery alone sells for $69.99 so its an amazing deal.

Now you have to know that there is a newer more compact model that has been introduced.

I’m tempted to buy this outfit for the battery and gift someone with the printer.

There are some other great deals on the site too.


Like the Epson P-4000

The Epson® P-4000 has what you need to store and share thousands of photos, videos, music and more – anytime, anywhere. Ready when you are, it features a high-capacity 80GB hard drive, so you can download and save images from your camera, memory card or computer, wherever life takes you. And, it couldn’t be easier to share images on-the-spot. A large 3.8″ LCD with Epson Photo Fineâ„¢ technology means your friends and clients will see every vivid detail in brilliant clarity and color.

With the Epson P-4000, the perfect companion to any digital camera, you’ll enjoy the freedom of true multimedia portability. In fact, you can easily download or transfer files – all without a PC! Just slip your CompactFlash® or Secure Digital® memory card into the built-in card slots. The Epson P-4000 even supports additional memory cards with an optional third-party adapter. If you choose to use a computer, simply connect the Epson P-4000 to your computer using the Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface. It’s all right at your fingertips with this compact device. You can easily save important photos or your favorite videos and music. Best of all, with the large capacity hard drive, you can store thousands of files!”

Once again , there is a newer model available, but you can save $150.00 off the price now.

While shooting on location today, I could’ve REALLY used it. Reviewing the work and storing the files without pulling out the laptop would have been a much smarter, cleaner, way to do it. And lighter.

Take a close look at this unit and all of its features. If you don’t own one , you’ll be wondering why not. I am.

And remember our Holiday Gift List for 2006. Some good ideas for everyone on your list.

By the way, this weekend 2 readers found a couple of freebies on the site and they are being sent them as we speak.
What we did was put some items in different places and waited to see if someone would claim them.
And they did.

We’ll be doing that a lot more this month, so trip around the site and see if something catches your eye.
More deals to report as we see them.

Damon Webster


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