What's cheap to buy now?

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A recent CNET story advises getting these mini video cameras ASAP, because the line will be discontinued in the near future. After some uncertainty, Cisco has reported it will support the Flip along with its services and software until December 2013. Prices have been slashed, with a 4GB Flip that can record for one hour now available at $109.99. PC Mag says the devices have good HD video quality and are easy to use. No frills here and the device has a small LCD and lacks macro mode and still image capture, but it's good for those who want something simple and functional. A UK TechRadar review agrees.

Olympus Stylus Tough 6020 Waterproof Shockproof Camera.

Spring is the time to buy your next digital camera, as prices soar in the summer months when vacations get under way. This offer from BuyDig is less than $165.19 -- slashed from its original $300 price -- which is well within the Cheapism range. It also comes with free shipping for a limited time. This isn't just any digital camera: you can drop it six feet without shattering it, it can handle temperatures below freezing and it's waterproof. It has 4GB of space and a Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Memory Card.

Black & Decker MM875 Lawn Hog 19-Inch 12 amp Electric Mulching Mower with Rear Bag.

Spring is also the time to scoop up budget lawnmowers for summer. This Black & Decker machine has been slashed by more than half for a sale price of $209.00 -- in the Cheapism range for budget lawnmowers -- at Amazon, which is also offering free shipping on the product. This corded electric lawn mower has a 12-amp motor that produces no emissions, plus handle adjustment and a cushioned grip. It's gotten good reviews from users, who say it's a powerful product that works well on both small and large yards.

Have you seen any other cheap products priced to move off the shelves lately?