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Daily tech deals: £197 iPod touch, Nook e-reader for less than half price, and £50 off Optomo 3D projector

Apple has been hitting the headlines this week with revelations of extortionate price hikes, so if you want to claw something back from 'the man', head over to Amazon where you can get a 5th generation 32GB iPod Touch for a low £197. Available in pink, it sports a 4in screen with multi-touch Retina display. On the inside it runs iOS6, has an A5 dual-core chip, and a FaceTime camera with 720p HD video. With 40 hours of music playback at your disposal, the fact that it comes with free delivery is the cherry on top of this money-saving cake.

The Nook Simple Touch with glowlight normally retails for £110, but you can get your hands on it for £44.99 with free delivery thrown in courtesy of eBay via Currys PC World. That works out as an over half price saving of 59 per cent. It’s a decent little e-reader too, with the glowlight feature allowing comfortable reading both in the dark and bright sunlight. Its maker, Barnes and Noble, also claims that the built in battery of the 6in e-book will allow you to enjoy reading for up to one month on just a single charge. Enabled with Wi-Fi and a 2GB hardrive that can be expanded via microSD to 32GB, it really is a steal for the price.

A cinema at home is the type of luxury that most people would love but could never afford, so ebuyer selling the Optoma HD131Xe HD 1080p 3D projector with £50 off and free delivery is a good step in the right direction for global affluence. Using the device you can watch TV shows, films, sports and play console games with immersive 3D visuals in the comfort of your own home. The projector also has a five year colour guarantee and an on board 10W speaker that ensures you will have crisp visual and audio quality from day one. A nice treat to go with your brand new Xbox One.