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Amazon is running 1-day sales on networking gear and PCs and computer accessories… which makes today a pretty good day to save some money on a microSD card, portable hard drive, or WiFi router.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- 1-day sale on computers and PC accessories – Amazon
- Asus ZenBook 15 3.7 lb laptop w/Core i7-8565U/GTX 1050/16GB/512GB for $1149 – Amazon
- Dell XPS 13 (9380) w/Core -5-8265U/8GB/256GB for $817 – Dell (coupon: SAVE15AFF)
- Refurb Dell Inspiron laptop sale – Woot
- Acer Spin 3 14″ convertible w/Core i3-8130U/4GB/128GB for $400 – Newegg
- SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC card for $25 – Amazon
- SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSDXC card for $43 – Amazon
- SanDisk Ultra 128GB USB 3.0 Dual Drive flash drive for $20 – Amazon
- Seagate 2TB portable USB 3.0 hard drive for $55 – Amazon
- WD 6TB USB 3.0 external desktop hard drive for $96 – Amazon
- Samsung 500GB portable USB 3.1 SSD for $80 – Newegg (coupon: EMCXTAVD2)
- SanDisk Extreme 1TB portable USB 3.1 SSD + 256GB Ultra Fit flash drive for $169 – Amazon
- Netgear products for 20-percent off or more – Amazon
- Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 WiFi router for $104 – Amazon
- Netgear R6700 AC1750 WiFi router for $68 – Amazon
- Netgear Orbi whole-home WiFi system (3 pieces) for $197 – Amazon
- Amazon Fire TV Stick (1080p) for $30 – Amazon
- Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K for $40 – Amazon
- Refurb Roku Streaming Stick+ (2017) for $49 – Amazon
- Amazon Fire TV Cube w/hands-free Alexa for $80 – Amazon
- Amazon Fire TV Recast DVR for $190 and up – Amazon
- Anker Soundcore Life 2 gift set (over-ear noise canceling headphones + 5,000 mAh portable battery) for $70 – Amazon (clip on-page coupon)
- Anker Nebula projector for $225 – Woot
- Anker Nebula Mars II projector for $330 – Woot
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More and more this site feels like an advertisement with little generated content.
The generated content comes along with a daily deals (clearly labeled) link-to-buy-stuff page. I enjoy Brad’s videos and some of the offbeat information about upcoming things that I would miss out on otherwise.
I bought a few things discounted thanks to this website. When I chose to buy things haphazardly, I paid a huge premium for not waiting. I remember buying the SanDisk extreme ssd for $127 for the 510GB and a short while later, it was on the daily deals for around $100.
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