The WikiReader is a handheld device with a black and white display and enough storage space to let you download every article on Wikipedia and read it on the go, even when you don’t have an internet connection handy.
You can also use the tiny device to download and read public domain books from Project Gutenberg. When the WikiReader first hit the market last year it ran $99, but today you can grab one for just $20.
We also found some great deals on tablets, netbooks, and other mobile goodies. And today is the last day to get millions of MP3s for as little as 49 cents or albums for $4.99 from the Android Market. Amazon will be running its Fuel your Kindle Fire sale with a thousand albums for $4.99 each through the end of the month.
Here’s a roundup of some of the day’s best deals.
- WikiReader 4″ offline Wikipedia viewer for $20 – Newegg
- Pandigital Novel 7″ Android eReader for $80 – PC Richard & Son
- Pre-owned Samsung Galaxy Tab 7″ Android 2.2 tablet (Verizon 3G) for $210 – CowBoom
- Refurb Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101 Android tablet w/16GB for $330 – Newegg
- Gateway LT2802U 10″ netbook w/Atom N455, 6 cell battery for $230 – Best Buy
- Kodak P570 personal phoot scanner w/2GB microSD card for $70 – Adorama
- Adjustable right-angle USB male to female adapter for $1 – CellularFactory (coupon: QK4649)
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.