Friday, October 28, 2016

Technology Offers: $40 Off iPhone 6, 240GB Portable Outside SSD, PS4/Xbox One Activities, More

It’s been a fairly interesting day in the consumer tech world. Samsung has showered itself with sunshine by announcing the limited edition Batman-themed Galaxy S7 Edge, but then dipped its toes back into murky water by revealing a couple of iPhone 6s clones. Apple has also announced its intention to dominate the world of contactless payments by trying to roll out Apple Pay into pretty much every market that it has operations in. If you need to take a little step back to cleanse your pallet after today’s happenings, then why not treat yourself to some excellent technology deals with very appealing price savings? Enjoy.

Today we have two console games: GTA 5 for the Xbox One, and Godzilla for the PS4, an illuminated keyboard from Logitech to make its place in your living room, along with a portable external 240GB SSD storage drive. Oh and if you’re looking for a new smartphone, and have Apple in your mind, check out the 16GB iPhone 6 fully unlocked on discount.


The deals are available only for a limited period of time, or till stock lasts, whichever comes first. Better act fast before it’s too late.

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Grand Theft Auto 5 for Xbox One ($43.49, usually $59.99)


As we have previously said time and time again, the Grand Theft Auto series really needs no introduction. Gamer or not, pretty much everyone from all walks of life will be aware of what Rockstar Games has achieved with this particular franchise. The latest edition, GTA 5, generally sets you back approximately $60, but can be purchased outright right now for just $43. That’s a whole load of game and a stunning expansive open environment for very little money.

Buy: Grand Theft Auto 5 for Xbox One from Amazon: $43.49 | Original price: $60

Godzilla for PlayStation 4 ($17.00, usually $19.99)


We don’t think anyone will chastise us for suggesting that Godzilla won’t exactly go down as one of the greatest games to ever grace a game console. With that said, if you’re looking to be entertained on a small budget, and are happy to try and focus on the fact that Godzilla apparently emits G-Energy from its pores and is subsequently extremely annoyed at the populous after 60 years in exile, then the $17.00 is worth the outlay.

Buy: Godzilla for PlayStation 4 from Amazon: $17.00 | Original price: $20

Logitech Illuminated Living Room Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad ($79.99, usually $99.99)


An illuminated Logitech keyboard offering with integrated touchpad to make text entry and navigation a million times easier when searching for apps or inputting notes on your Smart TV in low light conditions.

Buy: Logitech Illuminated Living Room Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad from Amazon: $79.99 | Original price: $100

SanDisk Extreme 500 Portable External 240GB SSD ($97.00, usually $151.28)


What’s the point in purchasing an external SSD if you don’t go that one step further and make it an “extreme” purchase? Exactly. No point at all. Step forward the king of memory SanDisk with this small yet speedy 240GB Extreme solid-state-drive. If you like minimalist, functional products, then this is probably the external SSD for you for all your on-the-go needs, and it comes under $100.

Buy: SanDisk Extreme 500 Portable 240GB SSD from Amazon: $97.00 | Original price: $151

Apple iPhone 6, 16GB, Unlocked (International Version $509.95, US Version $524.99, usually $550)


If you’re in the market for a premium 4.7-inch smartphone with a stunning Retina HD display, want the ability to make contactless payments through Apple Pay, and have a spare $510 to part with, then we present you with the brand new reduced price Apple iPhone 6. Best of all, it’s unlocked, which means you can use it with any network you like.

Buy: Apple iPhone 6, 16GB, Unlocked, US Version from Amazon: $524.99 | Original price: $550
Buy: Apple iPhone 6, 16GB, Unlocked, International Version from Amazon: $509.95 | Original price: $550

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