Tech Deals: $400 Off Apple’s 12-Inch MacBook, $100 Off Google Pixelbook, 33% Off Call Of Duty WWII, More

Getting closer to the big day means that the available shopping days are becoming few and far between. Thankfully, we aren’t the type of publication to leave you high and dry where shopping and deals are concerned, which is why we have yet another collection of wonderful products for you to choose from. As always, dive right in and get them ordered as the delivery days before the big event are running out.

Starting off, we have wonderful discounts on a range of 12-inch Apple MacBook machines, followed by an equally appealing $100 discount on the Google Pixelbook.

Next up we have is a 15.6-inch laptop from Acer bundled with a 1-year Office 365 Home subscription, saving you around $102 in the process. There’s also $20 discount on Call of Duty: WWII for both PS4 and Xbox One. Last but not the least, may the force be with you with the PS4 Slim 1TB Star Wars Battlefront II bundle for $249. As always, time’s short, the deals are hot, and stocks could run out soon, so make sure you grab the deal of your choice quickly. Enjoy the savings!

Select 12-inch MacBooks with Retina Display (Up to 33% off)

If you ever get the opportunity to purchase some Apple hardware at reduced prices then you should definitely take it. Especially when those prices are assigned to a variety of MacBook models. Regardless of what Apple MacBook you are looking for, either for yourself or for a loved one for the festive season, then this list of deals will likely have something that you need. There are prices here starting from as little as $799.99.

Buy: Select 12-inch MacBooks with Retina Display from Amazon: Up to 33% off

Google Pixelbook ($899, usually $999)

It seems madness to some that you can purchase one of Apple’s wonderful MacBook machines for this type of price but that you could also get a Chromebook, albeit a top-end one, for the same outlay. This Pixelbook comes with Assistant built-in, has a 7th generation Intel Core i5 processor, and offers 8GB of RAM alongside a hard drive with 128GB. It also has a stunning 360-degree touchscreen for advanced interactions.

Buy: Google Pixelbook from Amazon: $899 | Original price: $999

Acer Aspire E 15 15.6-Inch Laptop + 1 Year Office 365 Home Subscription ($347, usually $449)

If Apple and Google don’t do it for you from a laptop perspective, then maybe you can allow Acer to handle your requirements with its Aspire hardware and Windows 10 operating system. This comes with a 15.6-inch display, Microsoft Office 365 Home, and seventh-generation Intel Core i3 processor. There’s also 4GB of DDR3 RAM and 1TB of hard disk space.

Buy: Acer Aspire E 15 15.6-Inch Laptop + 1 Year Office 365 Home Subscription from Amazon: $347 | Original price: $449

PS4 Slim 1TB Console – Star Wars Battlefront II Bundle ($249, usually $299.99)

Yes, that’s right, this is a gorgeous PlayStation 4 Slim console with a 1TB hard drive and the inclusion of the stunning Battlefront II game. This deal will also come with a brand new DualShock 4 controller offering wireless playback for your games. If you want to introduce PlayStation 4 gaming into your life, or just make sure that it’s there on Christmas morning, and love Star Wars, then this is the perfect deal bundle for you.

Buy: PlayStation 4 Slim 1TB Console – Star Wars Battlefront II Bundle from Amazon: $249 | Original price: $300

Call of Duty: WWII Standard Edition for Xbox One & PS4 ($39.99, usually $59.99)

There are die hard CoD fans, and then there is this; Call of Duty: WWII. Going back to its roots, WWII has been an instant hit across the globe and is one that should not be missed. If you own an Xbox One or PS4 and are yet to discover the brilliance that this game is, there can be no better time then right now.

Buy: Call of Duty: WWII Standard Edition for Xbox One & PS4 from Amazon: $39.99 | Original price: $60


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