Daily Deals: 8GB iPod touch, Chrome Flip Case for iPhone 4, TPU Case for iPhone 4

Are you looking for an attractive wrapper for your iPhone or iPad? If so, you’ve come to the right edition of the daily deals. However, first up, let’s spotlight new deals on the iPod touch, starting with an 8GB previous generation unit for just $149. Next is a chrome flip case for your iPhone 4. Finally, we offer a TPU Micro Circle TPU case for the AT&T iPhone 4.

Along the way, we also check out cases for the iPad 2, as well as audio editing software for the Mac. As always, details on these and many other items can be found at CoM’s “Daily Deals” page right after the break.

Refurbished Apple iPod touch MP3 Players from $149 + free shipping

The Apple Store still has select factory-refurbished 3rd- and 4th-generation Apple iPod touch MP3 players on sale, as listed below. Each qualifies for free shipping. Sales tax is added where applicable. Unlike cheaper refurbs we’ve seen, each includes a full 1-year Apple warranty. The iPods:

Apple iPod touch 8GB (previous generation) for $149
Apple iPod touch 32GB (previous generation) for $179
Apple iPod touch 32GB (current generation) for $259

iKit Chrome Flip Case for iPhone 4 for $7 + $4 s&h

Today only, MidnightBox offers the iKit Chrome Flip Case for iPhone 4 in Black, model no. IK-P4DHFPCEGBK, for $6.79. With $3.99 for shipping, that’s tied with our early May mention of the same case in another color and the lowest total price we could find now by $4. It features an integrated kickstand, polycarbonate body, and a rubber interior.

Young Micro Circle TPU Case for AT&T iPhone 4 for $2 + free shipping

PC Micro Store offers the Young Micro Circle Design TPU Crystal Skin Case for AT&T Apple iPhone 4 in Clear for $6.95. Coupon code “IP4GSCRCIRCL” drops it to $2.49. With free shipping, it’s tied with our mention from three weeks ago and the lowest total price we could find for this case in any color by $12. It protects your iPhone from scratches, dust, and more. Coupon expires after 1,000 uses.

Boom for Mac downloads for $5 (updated)

Today only, MacUpdate offers downloads of Global Delight’s Boom for Mac for $6.75. That’s $2 off and the lowest price we could find for this audio output editing software. Click here for more information. Update: The price has fallen to $4.90.

i.Sound Twin Charging Dock for Apple iPhone / iPod for $22 + free shipping

eXpansys offers the i.Sound Twin Charging Dock for Apple iPhone / iPod, model no. DGIPOD-1500, for $21.99. With free shipping, it’s tied with our mention from a week ago and the lowest total price we could find, this time by $3. This charging dock is compatible with any iPhone or iPod with a 30-pin dock connector. It also features custom LED mood lighting.

HandHeldItems: Up to 70% off select iPad 2 cases + 20% off coupon, $2 credit

HandHeldItems continues to knock up to 70% off select Apple iPad 2 cases. Plus, take an extra 20% off orders via coupon code “ipadcases20’. Even better, receive a $2 HandHeldItems store credit with your purchase. Hundreds of items are available, most of which are at or near lowest-we’ve-seen prices. Shipping starts at $2.85. A best bet is this Snap-On Case for iPad 2 in Smoke Circle (pictured) with a $2 HHI store credit for $3.99 after the above coupon. With $2.85 for shipping, that’s tied with last month’s mention and the lowest total price we could find.

TPU Crystal Skin Case for Apple iPad 2 for $7 + free shipping

PC Micro Store offers the TPU Crystal Skin for Apple iPad 2 in four colors and three styles (Smoke X pictured) for $15.95. Coupon code “YMIPD2TPU699” cuts it to $6.99. With free shipping, that’s tied with last week’s mention and $5 under the lowest total price we could find for a similar TPU case elsewhere. Coupon expires after 1,000 uses.

Refurb Canon EOS Rebel T2i 18MP DSLR w/18-55mm lens for $590 + $16 s&h

Canon offers the factory-refurbished Canon EOS Rebel T2i 18-Megapixel Digital SLR Camera with the Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens, model no. 4462B003, Dane-Elec 2GB SD Card, and refurbished Canon Rebel Gadget Bag for $589.99. With $15.99 for shipping, that’s $50 under our mention from two weeks ago (which didn’t include the bag and SD card) and $167 under the lowest total price we could find for a new camera. Sales tax is added where applicable. Features include a 3’ LCD, 1080p video recording, image resolutions of up to 5184×3456, 3.7 fps continuous shooting, mini HDMI output, SD/SDHC/MMC card slot, USB connectivity, and more. A 90-day Canon warranty applies.

OtterBox Waterproof Impact Case for Cameras for $10 + free shipping

PC Micro Store offers the OtterBox Waterproof Impact Case for Compact Cameras in Black (pictured), model no. OB-1000-BK, Clear, model no. OB-1000-CL, or Yellow, model no. OB-1000-YL, for $20. Coupon code “OB1000ALL” cuts it to $9.99. With free shipping, that’s tied with our April mention as the lowest total price we could find in any color today by $3. This floating case is waterproof and impact resistant. It measures 4.8’ x 3.7’ x 1.7’ on the outside and 3.7’ x 2.4’ x 1’ on the inside. Coupon expires after 500 uses.

Sony 55’ 240Hz 1080p 3D LED LCD HDTV Bundle for $1,646 + $50 s&h

Sam’s Club offers its members the Sony BRAVIA 55’ 240Hz 1080p Widescreen 3D-Ready LED-Backlit LCD HD Television (pictured) , model no. KDL-55NX810, bundled with the Sony Alice in Wonderland 3D Deluxe Starter Kit, model no. 3DBNDL/CLB, for $1,646. With $49.99 for shipping, that’s $39 under our February mention of the TV alone and the lowest total price we’ve ever seen for this TV alone. (It’s also a current price low for the TV on its own by $230.) Sales tax is added where applicable. The HDTV features a native resolution of 1920×1080 (1080p), 240Hz refresh rate, edge-lit LED backlight with local dimming, built-in wireless connectivity, Ethernet and USB 2.0 ports, BRAVIA Internet Video and Widgets, four HDMI inputs, and VGA, component, and other video inputs. The kit includes Alice in Wonderland in 3D on Blu-ray and three pairs of 3D glasses. Deal expires June 25.

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Ed SutherlandEd Sutherland is a veteran technology journalist who first heard of Apple when they grew on trees, Yahoo was run out of a Stanford dorm and Google was an unknown upstart. Since then, Sutherland has covered the whole technology landscape, concentrating on tracking the trends and figuring out the finances of large (and small) technology companies.

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