Black Friday is almost here and there are stacks of deals around. If you’re looking to upgrade or accessorise your computer, there are plenty of great options to heck out.
Samsung U32J590UQE 32″ LED Computer Monitor : With 4MS response time, UHD 4K capability running at 3840×2160 with HDMI and DisplayPort connections, this display will fit the bill for anyone looking to display lots of content. The curved display is great for helping everything in focus, even at the edges of the screen. It’s $464 when you use the discount code “PEPPY”.
Samsung 860 EVO 1TB Solid State Drive: If you need to give an ageing computer a speed bump, there’s almost no easier way than to give it a hard drive transplant. Swapping out a spinning HDD for an SSD, like this one for $250 can add years of useful life to a PC. An five-year-old system I have received an SSD upgrade last year and it’s like a new machine. Again, you’ll need to use the discount code “PEPPY”.
Seagate Backup Plus 5TB Portable External Hard Drive: An external hard drive is super handy to act as a sneaker-net and for backups when you’re away from your main backup system. This Seagate drive, in red, looks great and provides capacious storage for backups, media files and anything else you need to throw at it. At $183 – that’s plenty of storage per dollar.
Microsoft Surface Laptop: Microsoft is offering some solid deals on the new Surface Laptop 2 with extra accessories, and discounts that get close to $500 off the usual price.
Fresh from breaking into the top five PC makers in the US for the first time, Microsoft's hardware division is looking to continue its momentum with the release of the Surface Laptop 2 and Surface Pro 6. Aside from an all new jet-black matte finish, most of the changes this year are under the hood.Read more
NETGEAR ORBI AC3000 Mesh WiFi System: I reviewed the Netgear Orbi system a while ago and it’s a great mesh networking option. At under $500, this is a solid deal that undercuts most retailers by around $60.
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