Today’s Top Tech Deals: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Starting at $874, 2K Webcam for $21, and More!

Today’s Top Tech Deals: Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Starting at $874, 2K Webcam for $21, and More!

Happy Labor Day to our U.S. readers! Are you enjoying the long weekend? Even if you’re working, you can count on one thing for a holiday like this–some great deals! That includes the awesome deals over at the XDA Developers Depot. Don’t miss out on those, as those great prices only last until the end of the day. Also, the new features Spotify are testing look great. Hopefully they’ll roll out soon.

Today’s top tech deals include a huge discount on the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 7, a $21 2K webcam, and more!

By the way, today is the last day of Satechi’s Labor Day Sale! Make sure to use the code SATLDAY15 at checkout to save 15% on your order.


Amazon Echo Buds for $90

If you’re invested in the Amazon ecosystem (and maybe even if you’re not), good news–Amazon’s Echo Buds are $40 off, down from $130 to $90. The selling point of these buds is that you can use Alexa with them, which gives you a hands free option to control music and other features. The Echo Buds don’t have the longest lasting batteries, which 5 hours of music playing on a single charge, but it’s up to you to decide what features are worth it!

    The Echo Buds provide Alexa support and are exercise ready with a snug fit and sweat resistance. With $40 off, are these the ear buds you've been waiting on?

14″ Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 7 for $874

Lenovo notes that their ThinkPad X1 is “styled for premium performance”, and I don’t think they’re blowing any smoke. The base model of the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 7 comes with a 14″ monitor, 8 GB RAM, and a 256 SSD. By using the code CLEAR8, you can get this model for $874, a whopping $755 off the laptop MSRP. Of course, if you need more power, you can upgrade the parts of the laptop you need to before checking out–and you can still use the code to save.

Walfront’s 2K Webcam for $21, Code Expiring Soon

Webcams have been in very high demand since quarantines have begun, and the need has only risen with some jobs and schools requiring a webcam for their meetings and classes. If you’re struggling to had a webcam of decent quality that won’t break the bank, Walfront’s 2K webcam may be the answer. In addition to the 2K, the webcam also has dual microphones that reduce background noise and a privacy cover. By clipping the coupon on the page and entering the code X2RS8Z64 at checkout, this webcam is only $21. It’s not the most high-tech or powerful webcam around, but it’ll definitely work for Zoom calls and Google Hangouts!

    It may not be Logitech, but Walfront's webcam will get the job done (and I haven't any of Logitech's webcams at a reasonable price for ages). Clip the coupon and use the code X2RS8Z64 at checkout, but act fast--the code will be expiring soon!

Razer Kraken Gaming Headset for $65

It’s very, very green, but also very great! At Target, you can grab the Razer Kraken Gaming headset for $65, which is $15 off the $80 MSRP. The microphone has noise cancelling technology built in, and the ear cups looks build for both great sound and comfort. They may not be ideal ‘work meeting’ headsets due to the design, but they’ll definitely be wonderful gaming devices!

    With immersive audio and a mic that'll cancel out background noises, the Razer Kraken headset is a good investment. I just hope you like green!

Samsung EVO Select 256GB microSD, $18 Off

If you need a little extra space for your smartphone or Nintendo Switch, but don’t really need 1TB of room, the Samsung EVO Select 256GB is probably more your speed. Right now, it’s $18 off at Amazon, so you can get the microSD for just $32. Samsung is, of course, a trusted brand, so you don’t need to worry about quality here.

    Need space, but not that much space? Grab this Samsung EVO Select 256GB microSD for $32. You won't be disappointed by its 100MB/s read and 90MB/s write speeds!

More Tech Deals

Looking for even more tech deals? We have them for you below! The SanDisk 1TB MicroSD went up $25, but it’s still $190 off, so the purchase is still worth it. The Dell curved monitor, on the other hand, has dropped about $5. If you waited until now to pick it up, now you can treat yourself to a coffee with the extra savings!

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Elizabeth Henges
Elizabeth Henges

As XDA Developers' Deals Guru, I find all the best tech deals and pass the savings onto you. I've been a journalist since the early 2010s, covering gaming, tech, and e-commerce. If you have any deals you'd like to pass on, you can e-mail me at [email protected]

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