With so much happening in a given week, it’s easy for stuff to fall through the cracks, even amazing deal posts here at ExtremeTech.
We understand…but that doesn’t mean we have to like it. So instead, we’re bringing back some of the best deals we saw this week so you can get one last chance to get onboard before these offers disappear.
From laptops to tablets to monitors to all sorts of accessories, these deals can each save you up to around $1,800, so give ‘em a look.
Apple iPad Mini 4, 64GB (Certified Refurbished: Wi-Fi + 4G) – $349.99; originally $499
Apple iPad Mini 4, 128GB (Refurbished: Wi-Fi Only) – $389.99; originally $499
Apple iPad Mini 4, 128GB (Certified Refurbished: Wi-Fi + 4G) – $414.99; originally $499
Apple iPad Mini 4, 128GB (Wi-Fi + 4G LTE) – $469.99; originally $599
It’s iPads galore as Apple is opening the vault on a host of certified refurbished and new iPad Mini 4 models, each sporting some healthy savings. All of these versions are packing the dual-core 1.5GHz Apple A8 processor and 2GB RAM, enough computing power to handle all your tablet tasks with smooth, seamless performance. The Mini also features a 7.9-inch Retina Display, dual front and rear cameras, and up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge.
Each model varies in storage size between 64GB or 128GB, and some link via WiFi only, while others have both WiFi and cellular connectivity. Finally, while most of these iPads have been opened, tested and certified as looking and working like new, others are still unopened, yet all come with a minimum 90-day warranty in case of any issues.
Apple iPad Pro, 512GB (Wi-Fi + Cellular) – $1,299.99; originally $1,349.99
If the 7.9-inch screen just doesn’t do it for you, you can move up to the 12.9-inch display of the iPad Pro. The A12X Bionic processor, 4GB RAM, and voluminous 512GB of internal storage serve up operating power that many laptops can’t catch, while that big Brazilan-spec foot-long screen is a gorgeously wide canvas to watch all your favorite movies and TV shows.
Dell Inspiron 3593 15.6″ Laptop 8GB 512GB SSD (Certified Refurbished) – $699.99; originally $899.99
Not to be outdone, Dell is also looking to turn around certified refurbished returns and overstock, this time, laptops. But unlike historically conservative Apple discounts, Dell is looking to move stock with price cuts from $200 to nearly $1,800.
The Dell Inspiron has long been a relatively low-cost laptop with sneaky power — and this model with an Intel Core i3 processor, 8GB of memory, an integrated Intel UHD graphics card and more is a great solution if you don’t trust a tablet to handle everything. With Windows OS and full connectivity options including WiFi, Bluetooth and Ethernet, it’s got more than enough horses to blast through even resource-heavy multitasking.
Dell Latitude 5500, 512GB SSD (Certified Refurbished) – $999.99; originally $1,499
Just because Dell puts the Latitude name on several different computer models doesn’t make them the same. This 5500 series with a 15.6-inch touchscreen display, a backlit keyboard, an enlarged touchpad, and onboard USB ports features a thinner, more streamlined design than past models, while still sporting all the specs under the hood (Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB RAM, etc.) to make it worthy of a look.
Dell Latitude 7400, 256GB (Certified Refurbished) – $959.99; originally $1,829
Meanwhile, the 7400 series is a convertible tablet/laptop hybrid, while still bringing all the goods you’d expect for a 2-in-1 laptop. In addition to its quad-core processor, this Latitude has an extremely 26 hours of battery life, allowing you to keep working in any mode virtually all day without ever running out of juice.
Dell Latitude 7424 Rugged Extreme, 512GB (Certified Refurbished) – $1,649.99; originally $3,499
If you want a computer that can perform anywhere and even take a few hits now and again, this Rugged Extreme model could be your boy. With a reinforced exterior capable of surviving a six-foot drop, IP-65 ingress protection that makes it dust tight and protected against water spray, and QuadCool thermal management to stay productive even at high temperatures, this 2020-model laptop is built to last — and it’s over half off.
Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Tablet, 256GB (Certified Refurbished) – $929.99; originally $1,319
Microsoft Surface Pro 6 Tablet, 256GB – $1,267.50
Whether you grab one fresh off the assembly line or save a few extra bucks on a certified refurbished edition, the Surface Pro 6 is the machine the Guardian called “the best detachable Windows 10 PC money can buy.” Packing an 8th Gen 1.9GHz Intel Core i7 processor, a 12.3″ PixelSense display, and 2-in-1 functionality to flip from a tablet to a laptop, the Surface Pro has a lot going for it, no matter which version works for your wallet.
Lenovo and HP
Lenovo ThinkPad E15 Laptop, 512GB – $1079.99; originally $1179
Designed for on-the-go professionals, this 15.6-inch display laptop from Lenovo delivers the performance and security you need to stay productive while traveling. Powered by a 1.8 GHz Intel Core i7 quad-core processor with 8GB RAM and integrated Intel UHD Graphics, it zips along for all your varied tasks.
HP Desktop, 1.1TB – $349.99; originally $399.99
And in case you still appreciate the old trusty desktop, HP is still flying the flag with this 2020 model, housing a quad-core Intel Core i3 processor. Designed to run more efficiently and more reliably at faster speeds, you’ll get everything from multi-tasking to playing games at a noticeable performance boost. Not to mention, it’s got a positively cavernous hard drive that can hold up to 1.1TB of documents, videos, data and more.
HP Pavilion, 1.1TB HDD (Certified Refurbished) – $519.99; originally $774.99
For those who need powerful machines to do intensive computing like video editing or high-end gaming, this Pavilion with its 9th Gen Intel Core i5 processor, AMD Radeon Graphics, and 12GB of RAM should do the trick. Along with the 5.1 surround sound system, convenient ports, and an integrated optical drive, this PC has also gone through 230 of HP’s mandated tests, ensuring you get a powerful, reliable PC that’s got plenty of years of service ahead.
LG 32″ LT340C Series FHD LED TV – $189.99; originally $306
For home-based desktops and laptops, this luxurious 32-inch monitor helps make computing seem more like watching TV than working. In addition to accepting TV broadcast signals, this display features a component video and two HDMI inputs, so you can hook up your home computer and work on the far larger screen.
Philips Momentum 43″ LED 4K UHD Monitor (Certified Refurbished) – $649.99; originally $999.99
With UltraClear 4K high definition as well as Quantum Dot and adaptive sync technology, you get richer, more vibrant color, astonishing brightness and contrast, and fluid, artifact-free performance at virtually any framerate. Meanwhile, Philips Ambiglow feature analyzes the image, then uses ambient lighting from the TV to cast a halo effect that matches the image, effectively making the frame seem even larger than its 43-inch screen.
datAshur PRO 256-bit Encrypted USB 3.0 Flash Drive – $70.95; originally $79
datAshur PRO² 256-bit Encrypted USB 3.2 Flash Drive – $79.95; originally $89
diskAshur2 256-bit Encrypted Hard Disk Drive – $179.95; originally $199
Storing your documents or other important information on a flash drive or an external hard drive could leave it open to falling into the wrong hands. iStorage has created a host of encrypted file storage options to make sure that never happens. The datAshur PRO and PRO² each offer 100 percent real-time military-grade AES-XTS 256-bit hardware encryption, unique PIN authentication, and brute force hack defense mechanisms to make sure no one who isn’t supposed to ever sees that data.
Or if your protection needs cover more than 500GB of data, the diskAshur2 blankets a hard drive in that same iron-clad security. Even with all those security precautions, this drive also has lightning-fast USB 3.1 data transfer speeds to move all your data storage processes along.
Evercable 4.35Ft Steel Armored Cable (Lightning) – $18.95; originally $22.95
Coated in stainless steel and tested by more than 60,000 bends, the Evercable is a pretty serious step above those regular charging cables that fray and split within weeks. In fact, the makers claim it’s the world’s strongest cable — and between its durability, its higher charging and data-read speeds over competitors, and its extended 4.3-foot length to help avoid tangling accidents, this could become your go-to cable for years to come.
10Ft Nylon Braided USB-C Cable (3-Pack) – $21.99; originally $59.97
The 10 feet of charging goodness offered by each of these nylon-braided cables makes sure your devices are always safe and protected from trips or yanked connectors. The braiding is even strong enough to withstand many of the other most common cable-killers, like kinks, tangles, extreme temperatures and even sharp-toothed pets. It’s also got overcurrent and overheating protection to safeguard your Android phones, tablets, and other USB-C gadgets at all times.
Ocushield Anti-Blue Light Screen Protector – $29.99; originally $46.99
The world’s first and only medically-rated blue light screen blocker, this super-strong tempered glass protector with a scratch-resistant oleophobic coating shields your eyes from up to 90 percent of harmful blue light emissions that come from your digital devices. This screen that fits various iPhone and Android phone models can stave off the headaches, eye irritation, and fatigue, even the disrupted sleep from blue light.
RokBlok: The World’s Smallest Wireless Record Player V1.5 – $89.99; originally $99
Put down a vinyl record, lay the RokBlok on top of it — and watch it go. This 4-inch long-player starts motoring around the record, playing the songs through its own internal speakers or connect it wirelessly to a Bluetooth speaker for some extra power. Who needs a big old turntable when you can just carry one in your pocket?
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