Today’s Top Tech Deals: $200+ off 1TB microSD, $400 gaming monitor & more!
We’re already halfway through the week! If you’re looking to be on the bleeding edge of tablet technology, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus pre-orders are live and ramping up for a September 18th release. Make sure to lock in your pre-orders for that and the Galaxy Z Fold 2! Speaking of, have you had a chance to read our Galaxy Z Fold 2 hands-on? It seems like a very promising device.
As for today’s top deals, we have a great deal on a Lenovo gaming monitor, a price cut on the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, and more!
SanDisk 1TB Extreme microSDXC for $234
Everyone knows nothing can be more frustrating than running out of space on your phone or Nintendo Switch. Everyone also knows that it’s even worse if you buy a poor-quality Micro SD card and it loses all the data you needed to have saved. On Amazon, the SanDisk Extreme 1TB Micro SD is $234, which is a huge $216 off the MSRP. SanDisk is a well-known, reliable brand, and with 160 MB/s read speeds, you’ll have no issues accessing whatever you may have saved to the card. Purchase one now and Amazon Prime members will get two-day shipping when the item is back in stock on the 12th.
Lenovo G34w-10 34 Inch Ultra-Wide Curved Gaming Monitor for $400
Why play games with a boring, standard monitor set-up when you can upgrade to a breath-taking ultra wide, curved monitor? Lenovo is offering a very nice discount on their G34w-10 monitor. While the store page says you can grab this curved monitor for $420, a decent deal on its own, you can use the code EXTRAFIVE at checkout to bring the grand total to $400. It may seem expensive still, but consider this–how much are two of the other, normal 16:9 monitors that you were thinking of grabbing? I bet it is more than $400!
- You deserve to join the ultra-wide monitor life. The Lenovo G34w-10 has a 144Hz refresh rate, WLED, and low blue light certification. By using code EXTRAFIVE, you can grab this beauty for just $400, so why delay?
Crucial MX500 500GB Internal SSD for $60
Sometimes you just need a little extra space on your computer, and you don’t want to pay a lot for it. Crucial’s MX500 500GB Internal SSD is on sale at Amazon for $60, which is $10 off the normal listed price. I think this is a great secondary SSD, with 560 MB/s read and 510 MB/s write speeds. The solid state drive also offers AES 256 data encryption and some a fail-safe if power is suddenly cut from your tower. Not bad at all!
- If you're looking to expand your computer's memory, the Crucial 500GB SSD will get that job done easily. 500GB will hold anything you need it to (except maybe huge media collections), and the data encryption will keep it safe from hackers. For only $60 this is an affordable upgrade.
Dell Inspiron 15 7000 2-in-1 15.6″ Touch-Screen Laptop for $1,050 at Best Buy
It’s time to head back to class, but there is one key difference this year–a lot of classes will be online, taking place solely in a virtual setting. You might find that your laptop or desktop at home isn’t quite up to the task, which means it’s time for an upgrade! Dell’s Inspiron 15 7000 is $100 off at Best Buy, and this is some of the cream of the productivity crop. This is a 2-in-1 laptop that you can fold to use like a tablet, perfect for note-taking. Also, 16GB of RAM standard will make sure you can run a Zoom meeting while having a note-taking app open.
- If you need something that'll survive the school year, Dell's Inspirion 15 7000 will do it. The 2-in-1 laptop can also be used as a tablet, and its specs will make sure you can do everything you need it to. If you need more space, you can upgrade the storage before you even add the laptop to the cart.
Samsung 64 GB Galaxy Tab S6 Lite for $280
With the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus already in our hands and available to pre-order, it’s time for Samsung to clear out older models. If you’re looking for a nice discount on the Galaxy Tab S6, now is your chance. The Tab S6 Lite is down to $280 at Samsung, and while it may not have all the features of the Pro version, it’s a perfect tablet for those looking for something a little more basic. The S Pen makes drawing and other precision driven tasks a cinch, and the S6 Lite can last 13 hours on a single charge. Treat yourself!
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