Six Deals You Should Know About In Australia Today

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G'day! Here are some cracking deals for Lifehacker readers today!

1. 20% off PC accessories: The Microsoft Store is having a discount sale on computing accessories with 20% off select items. Options include gaming mice, audio gear, keyboards, web cams and cables. Click here!

2. $630+ off Dell Inspiron 15 7000: The beefy Dell Inspiron 15 7000 (i5-7300HQ, GTX 1060, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD) is currently going for $1699 on eBay. That's a pretty good deal in itself, but for today only you can score an additional 20% off by using the discount code "PRESENT20" at check out. That brings the total to $1360 - result!

3. Cheap Google Home Mini + Chromecast 2 Bundle: The Google Home is a pretty useful product, but it really comes into its own when paired with a Google Chromecast. You can now watch pretty much anything on your TV by simply talking to it. If that sounds like your cup of tea, The Good Guys is currently selling both for $98. The deal is valid until February 25. More info here!

4. eBay's Daily Deals: Another day, another eBay sale. Click here for today's daily deals!

5. 50-68% off Casio G-Shock watches: A famous person once said: "the watch maketh the man." Actually, it was probably just a terrible marketing slogan and not somebody famous at all. Either way, 68% off Casio G-Shocks sounds pretty good to us. There are over 50 models to choose from. Check it out!

6. Cheap TVs and 4K Blu-ray players: JB Hi-Fi has an LG 55-inch UHD TV for $1198. ($200 off the RRP.) You can also get 20% off Sony 4K Blu-ray players.

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    After buying a MS Wireless Keyboard 3050 and Wireless Mouse 5000 combo mid last year, the print on S key is already wearing off, the mouse frequently stop working properly (sometimes it works on the black desktop other times i need something under it, other times nothing fixes the jery movement). Ill never buy MS hardware again after this POS.

    I have a MS Internet Keyboard from 15 years ago (PS2), most of the print on the keys are still fine, and it doesn't have any of that wanky mini function keys/f lock crap. The only half decent thing it does is have programmable keys that can change based on what app has focus (assuming the app doesn't crash).

    So 20% MS hardware isn't enough, buyer beware.

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