How’s the weather in your area? It’s been raining where I live for a week straight now, thanks in large part to a tropical storm rolling through the area. It’s great for sleeping, but not so much for working and the general health of my tech if there’s a power outage. On top of that, it looks like T-Mobile is requiring new SIM cards for their 5G network, so I’m stuck with slower speeds in my home if the internet dies out. At least I have another reason to head into the store and consider an upgrade. Unlike me, though, you all have a chance to win a free upgrade with the OPPO Find X2, so make sure to get your entries in!
Today’s top tech deals include a $900 Super Ultra-Wide monitor, Switch Lites in stock at Amazon, and more!
WD 8TB Elements Desktop Hard Drive for $145
Yesterday, I highlighted a nice deal on a tiny external hard drive (that’s still active if you use the code 20TRNRT7), but today I’m going big. If you need as much as possible without breaking the bank, WD’s 8TB Elements external hard drive is $145, $35 off the MSRP. If you’re a person that collects lossless music or only wants 4K movies available, this external hard drive is for you.
Switch Lite in Stock at Amazon
While the normal Nintendo Switch keeps going in and out or stock at Amazon, the Switch Lite seems to be holding steady is terms of stock. While it’s only the Coral and Grey colors, if you’ve been waiting on grabbing this handheld to take advantage of Amazon payment plans, now’s your chance to grab one!
Today Only, Save 33% On a OnePlus 7T
One plus 7 equals T? I think Woot’s bad jokes are starting to infect me? Cringey jokes aside, Woot! has the OnePlus 7T unlocked for a low $400 today. You can get it in blue or silver, but be warned that this is a GSM phone, which won’t work with Verizon! It does work with T-Mobile and AT&T though, so if you’re on one of their plans you’re good to go. If you have Amazon Prime, shipping from Woot! is free.
Samsung 49″ Super Ultra-Wide Monitor $100 Off
You’re seen normal HD monitors, you’ve seen ultra-wide monitors, what about a super ultra-wide monitor? If you want the longest of the long, you can pick up Samsung’s Samsung 49″ CHG90 Super Ultra-Wide Monitor from Best Buy for $900, $100 off the MSRP. You can also get a keyboard combo with this for $30 more, if you haven’t already picked one up.
Loncaster Car Phone Holder for $13
When I had a car, I had so many difficulties finding a phone holder that did what I needed it to do and didn’t feel like my device was going to drop out of it at any second. I wish I knew about Loncaster’s phone holder then, with its ability to snugly hold your phone in landscape mode. Perfect for GPS directions? The holder’s design also makes it way less likely to come apart, and right now you can grab one of these for just $13.
More Tech Deals
Looking for even more tech deals? We have them for you below! The Samsung Galaxy Book Flex inched down $4 more overnight… how low can it go?
- Alienware Aurora 11 Gaming Desktop for $1,480.00 at Dell
- 13.3” Samsung Galaxy Book Flex for $1,190 at Amazon
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G (Unlocked) for $1,100 at Amazon
- Samsung Note 20 5G Unlocked for $800 at Amazon
- OptiPlex 3070 Micro Desktop starting at $449 at Dell
- OnePlus 7T 128GB Smartphone (Unlocked) for $450 at B&H Photo and Video
- SanDisk 1TB Extreme microSDXC for $260 at Amazon
- Sabrent Nano 2TB External Hard Drive for $240 at Amazon with code 20TRNRT7
- HP 27″ Curved LED Monitor for $200 at Staples
- Moto G8 Power (Unlocked, no CDMA/US Warranty) for $170 at Amazon
- JBL 2.0-Channel Soundbar for $150 at Best Buy
- Samsung Galaxy Buds+ for $130 at Target
- Logitech G910 Orion Spark Mechanical Keyboard for $105 at Amazon
- JBL T750BTNC Headphones for $100 at Amazon
- Razer Huntsman Gaming Keyboard for $90 at Amazon
- Kensington Expert Wireless Trackball Mouse for $84 at Amazon
- Samsung EVO Select 256GB microSDXC for $32 at Amazon
- Kingston Digital 64GB USB Flash Drive for $11 at Amazon
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