Tech Deals: 16% Off Echo Dot, $20 Off Bose Wireless Speaker, Vertical Ergonomic Mouse, More
We are back once again with the daily tech deals. As always, take a look through what’s on offer. Consider each one carefully and take in the levels of discount offered.
Starting off today’s tech deals of the package is the rarely discounted Alexa-powered Amazon Echo Dot for all your home automation needs..
There’s then $20 discount offered on the Bose SoundLink Mini wireless speaker, bringing it down to just $179. There’s also a vertically-operated optical mouse for your desktop or laptop, and last but not the least, is a massive discount on a robot-vacuum cleaner for your house. As always, the deals listed here are only available for a limited period of time, or till stocks last, whichever happens first. So if you have a product of choice narrowed in your sights, make sure you act quickly before the offers expire. Enjoy the savings!
2nd-Gen Amazon Echo Dot – Certified Refurb ($37.99, usually $44.99)
Amazon’s Echo Dot shouldn’t really need any introduction. But just in case you’ve been living under a rock for a while then you would be purchasing a gorgeous little puck-shaped device with access to Amazon’s Alexa voice services. Ask it questions. Learn from it. Get it to play your music, control your home automation installations, and even order you food should you see fit.
Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II ($179, usually $199)
As far as miniature, portable Bluetooth speakers go, this one is an absolute beast. Stunning sound quality is mixed with gorgeous product design and finished off with a lovely carbon finish that makes it look perfect in any setting. It even comes with a simple charging stand and should be good for 10 hours of continuous playback on a full charge of its lithium-ion battery.
Anker 2.4G Wireless Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse ($14.99, usually $49.99)
When you hear that a mouse is “ergonomically” designed, you typically expect to see an entirely weird looking thing that is meant to fit nicely in your hand. This Anker hardware is no different. But it works. The design should hopefully encourage healthy wrist and arm positions when in use. It’s also a good enough piece of kit to be used by standard PC users as well as gamers who require a little more precision.
Eufy RoboVac 11 Robotic Vacuum Cleaner ($149.59, usually $499.99)
We truly have reached the pinnacle where technology removes the need for any of us to actually do anything whatsoever. Sick of vacuuming the home? Sick of having to do manual chores when you get home from a hard day at the office? Just fire up the Eufy robotic vacuum cleaner and sit back as it goes about its business. The internal battery should provide 1.5 hours of usage without any detriment to the power or performance of the machine. This is truly 21st Century laziness. And we love it.