Tech Deals: 50% Off Fallout 4 For PC, 65% Off HP EliteDesk, Galaxy S7 Edge Case, More

It’s that time of the day again when you are transported into a world of financial savings on a varied range of technology-based products. Some of these may instantly appeal to anyone, while some may appeal to those who are looking for a specific product.

Today, we are looking at the fantastic Fallout 4 for PC, Galaxy S7 protective case from Spigen, Dell UltraSharp 29-inch widescreen monitor, a mini-desktop from HP complete with Windows 7 Pro (free upgrade to Windows 10), and a whopping 7-port USB 3.0 hub with two smart charging ports. Take your pick.


As always, the deals are hot, but are available for limited time only. In most cases, they’ll expire at the end of the day today. So grab ’em while the prices are discounted and stocks last.

Let’s go!

7 Port USB 3.0 Hub with 2 Smart Charging Ports ($31.99, usually $179.99)


With this, you’re actually in for a great little treat at a massively reduced price. This little hub comes with seven USB 3.0 ports. There’s also the addition of 2 dedicated smart charging ports for all Apple and Android devices that charge with a 5V input. We’d certainly love to see the person who needs to charge or connect 9 devices at any given time with a computer, but if that person does exist, then they now can achieve that for a low, low price.

Buy: 7 Port USB 3.0 Hub with 2 Smart Charging Ports from Amazon: $31.99 | Original price: $180

HP EliteDesk 705-G1 Mini Desktop Computer ($449.00, usually $1,299.99)


No longer is the desktop computer the huge space hogger on your desk that it once needed to be. This lovely little HP space saver comes with an uber reliable AMD A8-7600B 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 8GB RAM, which is expandable up to 16GB, and an integrated 256GB solid state drive. When you attach this little beauty to a monitor you’ll get instant access to Microsoft’s Windows 7 Pro (free upgradable to Windows 10 Pro) as it comes pre-installed on the machine. Looking to create a server of your own? This is what you need to get!

For a very limited time, it’s available for a massive 65% off its original price.

Buy: HP EliteDesk 705-G1 Mini Desktop Computer from Amazon: $449.00 | Original price: $1,300

Fallout 4 for PC ($29.99, usually $59.99)


The Fallout franchise really doesn’t need any real introduction to gaming fans. This fourth iteration of Bethesda’s highly successful title is available for 50% off for PC gamers. This follow up to the 2008 Game of the Year thrusts gamers into an open world environment with a character that must roam through a world destroyed by nuclear war.

This massive 50% off deal is valid for today only.

Buy: Fallout 4 for PC from Amazon: $29.99 | Original price: $60

Spigen Galaxy S7 Edge Resilient Ultimate Protective Case ($12.99, usually $19.99)


If you’ve waited patiently for Samsung to release the excellent Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, and then parted with your hard-earned cash for it, then the chances are that you’re going to want to protect it from everyday bumps and scuffs. The ‘resilient’ black Spigen protective case doesn’t add a great deal of bulk to Samsung’s device, but does a great job of protecting it from damage.

Buy: Spigen Galaxy S7 Edge Resilient Ultimate Protective Case from Amazon: $12.99 | Original price: $20

Dell UltraSharp 29-inch Widescreen LED-Lit Monitor ($389.99, usually $699.99)


This gorgeous Dell monitor would be a very welcome edition to anyone’s technological arsenal. The monitor offers a widescreen viewing experience with a 21:9 ratio, an LED-backlit display, and a pixel resolution of 2560 x 1080. If you’re looking for a relatively cost-effective monitor with unbelievably visual clarity, and and an expansive workspace, then this could be your ideal product. And for 44% off its retail price, this is a steal!

Buy: Dell UltraSharp 29-inch Widescreen LED-Lit Monitor from Amazon: $389.99 | Original price: $700

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