Price comparison site staticICE has long been a favourite Lifehacker resource for finding the best deals for tech online, but the volume of related results can sometimes make it hard to hone in on what you want -- unless you know this little trick.
Because the default results show up in terms of price, many searches tend to start with accessories for a product rather than the product itself, forcing you to jump forward pages. However, if you hover over the page numbers, you'll see an indication of the price range involved, making it much easier to hone in on the relevant results (especially if you've already got a price in mind from one retailer).
This feature has undoubtedly been in staticICE for some time, but I only noticed it yesterday while researching our Costco story, thanks to the site's help tip suggestions. For another handy staticICE trick, learn how to customise searches by state.