We’ve not quite hit the mid-point of the week yet, but that shouldn’t stop you from indulging in your desire to get some high-end technology, right? With today’s tech deals of the day package, we have brought you some fantastic tech products with limited time discounts applied to them. Act quick before they are all gone.

First up, we are looking at an LG 55-inch curved OLED TV, which of course has a full HD display and comes in at a steal of a price tag; just $999! This deal though is valid for today only.

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Next, if you’re not looking for something as grand as that OLED TV, we have a 15,000mAh portable battery charger / power bank for a lowly $12.50, and if you’re looking for something to give your MacBook more storage space, there’s a 256GB expansion card with a $100 discount applied to it. Last but not the least is a mechanical keyboard from Razer for PC gamers.

As always, makes sure you grab the item of your choice from the list here at the earliest as the deals here are mostly time sensitive and subject to stock levels. So keep that credit card drawn, and act quickly before the offers expire. Enjoy the savings!

15,000mAh Portable Battery Power Bank ($12.50 with promo code, usually $49.99)

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If you opt to purchase something like this KMASHI external battery power pack, then you can be comforted by the knowledge that you never need to run out of power again in your mobile devices whilst on the move. The monster 15,000mAh capacity internal battery will instantly get your devices up and running again in no time, and it even offers super-fast charging.

Make sure you grab the power bank using the following promo code at checkout to get it for a reduced price of just $12.50: BCU3HRSN.

Buy: KMASHI 15,000mAh Portable Battery Power Bank from Amazon: $12.50 | Original price: $50

LG 55-Inch 1080p OLED TV ($999.99, usually $1,488.00)

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Sometimes you just need to treat yourself! In this instance, that thing could definitely be this gorgeous 55-inch 1080p curved OLED TV by LG. It has a OLED display, which is probably the best display tech out there with infinity contrast ratios and vivid colors. It may be last year’s 2015 model, but it still manages to hold its own amongst its peers, and let’s be honest, it looks simply stunning, complete with 3 HDMI and 3 USB ports.

Buy: LG 55-Inch 1080p Curved OLED TV from Amazon: $999.99 | Original price: $1,488

TarDisk 256GB Expansion Card for MacBook Air 13-Inch ($299.00, usually $399.00)

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If you own a 13-inch MacBook Air, and simply find that Apple’s internal hard drive space simply don’t give you what you need, but don’t want to connect an ugly or bulky external hard drive, then you could always opt for one of these lightweight expansion cards. This particular price-saving model will save you $100 off retail while introducing an extra 256GB to the machine. Not the cheapest way of introducing new storage, but definitely one of the most slimline and lightweight solutions.

Buy: TarDisk 256GB Expansion Card for MacBook Air 13-Inch from Amazon: $299 | Original price: $399

Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Stealth Mechanical Gaming Keyboard ($94.99, usually $109.99)

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This gorgeous backlit keyboard looks like something that’s been pulled directly from an alien planet. It comes built with Razer’s award-winning mechanical switches to offer a premium, but quiet mechanical experience. It also has individually programmable backlit keys for that ultimate customization, with USB 3.0, 3.5mm headphone, and microphone ports. It’s not as sleek or beautiful as something like a wireless Magic Keyboard from Apple, but then the people (read gamers) interested in this simply want a beast, not a beauty.

Buy: Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Stealth Mechanical Gaming Keyboard from Amazon: $94.99 | Original price: $110

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