Originally $98, the highly customer rated Mainstays Searcy Lane 6-Piece Padded Folding Patio Dining Set, Red, with seating for four includes a tempered glass table, folding chairs and umbrella is now just $73.50.
Available for in-store pick up. This is the best price for this item - it's being sold on eBay for $175, and $299.99 on Amazon.
Tired of spending a small fortune on printer ink? I hear you
loud and clear. In my homework-heavy household, it seems like I'm
replacing inkjet cartridges every couple weeks--to the tune of
$30-40 a pop.
Fortunately, as a card-carrying tech-pert, I've learned a few
things about conserving ink. With a few simple tweaks to the way
you work, you can stretch those cartridges a lot farther--and maybe
even save some paper along the way.
1. Use economy/draft mode
By default, every print churns out the sharpest, richest text
and images it can. But how often do you really need the highest
quality output? If you're simply printing a draft or something
that's not headed to the boss/teacher, consider an ink-saving
Most printers have an economy or draft mode that uses less
ink. The output won't be as dark, but it'll still be
When it comes to productivity, nothing beats a second monitor. At
its most basic, it lets you keep two full-screen windows open
simultaneously: browser here, word processor there, and so on.
Indeed, I'll often run Chrome on one monitor and Outlook on
the other. Being able to see both at the same time is a huge
benefit, to say nothing of a time-saver.
But second screens are also great in customer-service
environments, like when you're working behind a desk and want a
client sitting opposite to be able to see what you're seeing. And
if PowerPoint is your thing, you'll love being able to show a
presentation to everyone at the conference table while still
interacting with your laptop.
The AOC E1659Fwu is designed expressly for
Dropbox is widely regarded as one of the top cloud-storage services
in the world. It's certainly one of the best-known, enjoying name
recognition that's almost on par with Evernote, Gmail, and Twitter.
Alas, the company is a little stingy when it comes to its free
accounts, offering only 2 gigabytes (GB) of storage unless you pay
for more. (Actually, I guess anything free is pretty generous, but
it seems low when you consider that competing services like
SugarSync and Microsoft SkyDrive give you 5GB and 7GB,
However, if you own an iOS device (iPhone, iPod Touch, or
iPad), you can get 50 percent more free space from Dropbox. All you
have to do is install Mailbox, a free app, then link it to your
How awesome is Dad? He's out there every day, bringing home
the bacon, cleaning the garage, fixing whatever's broken, and just
generally being a heck of a guy. If you haven't thanked him lately,
your mandatory once-a-year chance is just around the corner:
Father's Day is Sunday, June 16.
And what better way to show your appreciation than with
something techie? All dads love gadgets and gear, so I've rounded
up five gift items sure to put a smile on the big guy's face.
Kindle Fire HD 8.9
If Dad doesn't already have a tablet, Amazon's Kindle Fire HD
8.9 (16GB) might just be the best deal going.