Are you ready to dig deep into those financial coffers and splurge on some fantastic technology products which has been significantly reduced in price for your benefit? Of course you are.

If you choose to get anything today from our ‘tech deals of the day’ package, make sure you consider the opportunity to get Apple’s recently-released 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar coming in with a rare $100 discount.

There’s a neat-looking mechanical gaming keyboard up for grabs as well to pair up with your PC, or laptop if the need be. And if you’re looking for a cost-effective wireless charger for your smartphone such as the Galaxy S6 or S7 from Samsung, Anker has you covered with a $16 option. Last but not the least is the Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones featuring Apple W1 chip coming in at $220 only down from original price of $300.

As always, all the deals listed here will be available for a limited time only, or till stocks last, whichever happens first. If you have the product of your choice identified, make sure you act quickly before the offers expire. So what are you waiting for? Enjoy the savings!

13-inch 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar ($1,699, usually $1,799)

It’s not often that you’ll get discounts on recently released Apple Mac hardware, so when it comes along, you should probably grab it regardless of how much the discount is. This machine ships with Touch Bar for new and innovative interactions, 13-inch Retina display, a 2.9GHz Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, four thunderbolt 3 USB-C ports, macOS Sierra installed as standard, and comes in Space Gray finish.

If you were looking to get Apple’s new MacBook Pro, now is the time to do so!

Buy: 13-inch 2016 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar from Amazon: $1,699 | Original price: $1,799

Mpow Mechanical Gaming Keyboard ($27 with promo code, usually $49.99)

If you aren’t really down with the svelte, stunning design of things like Apple’s Magic Keyboard, and much prefer something for a bit more precision with that old-school mechanical feel to interaction, then you might want to consider introducing this Mpow mechanical gaming keyboard into your life. It ships with ergonomic keycaps, full anti-ghosting with 87 keys, and is manufactured from eco-friendly material for those that want to save the planet whilst mashing on their keys.

You can get it for only $27 using the following promo code at checkout: JPWMM2QA.

Buy: Mpow Mechanical Gaming Keyboard from Amazon: $27 | Original price: $50

Anker PowerTouch Qi Wireless Charger ($16 with promo code, usually $69.99)

There will be a time when wireless charging is just standard across all mobile devices. In fact, it’s actually staggering to think that it isn’t already given how long the technology has existed for. However, if you do have a device that supports it, such as the Galaxy Note 5 or one of the many Nexus devices, then this Qi-enabled charging pad will work harmoniously with that hardware to deliver charge to your device with minimal fuss. It ships with multiple built-in protections, and doesn’t look too bad either.

You can grab it for only $16 using the following promo code at checkout: ANWLCH77.

Buy: Anker PowerTouch Qi Wireless Charger from Amazon: $16 | Original price: $70

Beats Solo3 Wireless Headphones With Apple W1 Chip ($219.99, usually $299.99)

Do you need a little something new to blast your favorite music into your ears whilst on the move or at the gym? Are you happy to pay a little more for something premium and well manufactured? Step forward the stunning Solo3 wireless earphones by Apple/Beats, with a stunning design, Class 1 Bluetooth for seamless connectivity, and an adjustable fit for maximum comfort.

It also comes equipped with Apple’s W1 chip for AirPods which gives it long wireless range, longer battery life, as well as seamless connectivity with Apple’s iOS, Mac and Apple Watch devices.

Buy: Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones from Amazon: $219.99 | Original price: $300

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