Sunday, October 23, 2016

Technology Offers: Lenovo Windows 10 Notebook, Wireless Headphones, Third Party Milanese Cycle, More

It’s human nature to still want to be window shopping and looking for that next amazing purchase that will bolster our technological arsenal, no matter how broke you may be for the month. Well, thanks to our internet scouring, you have a chance at that next purchase without actually having to break the bank thanks to these excellent tech deals.

Today we have an 11-inch Windows 10 laptop from Lenovo, a third-party Milanese Loop Apple Watch band, Lightning cables, Bluetooth headphones with active noise cancelling technology, and a 128GB microSD card from a reputable manufacturer.


Interested in any of these deals? Well grab it right away before they expire and prices return to their original listing.

Ready? Let’s proceed.

Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Active Noise Cancelling Technology ($67.95, usually $139.95)


If you really don’t want to jump on the expensive Beats by Dre bandwagon, and are looking for a highly capable pair of Bluetooth headphones on a budget, then we could have just the right solution for you. Built with advanced Bluetooth 4.0, these BÖHM headphones offer seamless integration with Apple and Android devices, as well as offering up to 16 hours of playback time on a full battery charge.

Buy: BÖHM Wireless Bluetooth Headphones with Active Noise Cancelling Technology from Amazon: $67.95 | Original price: $140

Lenovo ThinkPad 11E Windows 10 Laptop ($238.85, usually $599.99)


This ultraportable little Lenovo notebook is an 11.6-inch offering with an internal Intel N2940 quad-core 1.83GHz processor. It has an anti-glare display, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and comes with Windows 10 pre-installed. The familiarity of Windows 10 is backed up by a 128GB SSD drive for quick loading and storing of data. It’s also discounted by a huge 60% which should be enough to entice a lot of people into giving it a chance.

Buy: Lenovo ThinkPad 11E Windows 10 Laptop from Amazon: $238.85 | Original price: $600

PNY 128GB MicroSD Card ($29.99, usually $34.99)


This high-performance microSD card comes from trusted manufacturer PNY, and offers up to 60MB/s data transfer rates. With the available 128GB storage, you should be able to securely store approximately 45,000 photographs from your smartphone, tablet or camera. Oh, and it’s also shockproof, waterproof and even temperature proof.

Buy: PNY 128GB MicroSD Card from Amazon: $29.99 | Original price: $35

Apple-Certified Lightning Cables, 3-Pack, 3ft in Length ($9.99, usually $56.97)


It’s probably fair to say that the majority of us go through Lightning cables faster than we go through actual iOS devices. That’s largely down to Apple’s subpar design which will hopefully change going forward. However, rather than heading to an official Apple Store and paying top dollar, you would be much better off paying just $9.99 for a pack of three Lightning cables that are actually officially certified by Apple’s own Made for iPhone (MFi) program.

Buy: Apple-Certified Lightning Cables 3-Pack from Amazon: $9.99 | Original price: $57

Third-Party Milanese Loop In Space Black for Apple Watch, 42mm ($19.99, usually $149.99)


Apple’s marketing machine definitely knows how to get consumers to part with cash. If you’ve already made an investment in an Apple Watch, and are looking for an additional premium look and feeling band, but really don’t want to pay the same price again, then this third-party Milanese Loop is an excellent option.

Just like the official Apple version, this one comes with a unique magnetic lock to keep the Apple Watch securely on your wrist, and it looks fantastic in Space Black. What’s more, it currently has an 87% discount applied to it. By comparison, Apple’s version of Space Black Milanese Loop for Apple Watch costs $199. This at just $19.99 is just a steal!

Buy: Third-Party Milanese Loop In Space Black for Apple Watch from Amazon: $19.99 | Original price: $150

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