Tech Deals: $60 Android Tablet, microSD To Lightning Reader For iPhone, Wacom Graphics Tablet, More
In today’s technology deals, we have a really exciting and highly varied collection of hardware. If you are interested in a cut-price graphics tablet, then we have you covered. If you are after a new tablet, or just something portable to listen to music through, then we once again have everything that you need. Come along for the ride, but make sure to act quickly before they are all sold out.
Starting off we are looking at a graphic tablet from Wacom coming in with a $38 discount bringing the price down to just $62.
There’s also a Bluetooth speaker from Anker for a mere $25, and if you’re looking for a microSD to Lightning reader for your iOS device, we have one for $15. Last but not the least is the 7-inch Fire Tablet from Amazon discounted by $10.
As always, all the deals listed here are time sensitive and subject to stock levels. Keep that credit card close by, and if you have your targets set on the product of your choice, make sure you act as quickly as possible before the offers expire. So what are you waiting for? Enjoy the savings!
Wacom Intuos Art Pen and Touch Digital Graphics Tablet ($61.96, usually $99.95)
If you wish to unleash the inner artist in you, and want to paint, design, and create beautiful works of art directly on your PC or Mac, then maybe this Wacom Intuos Art Pen and accompanying digital graphics pad is the right product for you. This whole package essentially means that you can replace pen and paper, and even replace the mouse to turn your computer into a cutting-edge drawing canvas.
Anker SoundCore Bluetooth Speaker ($24.88, usually $49.99)
Bluetooth speakers appear to be all the rage these days. With companies like Amazon introducing hardware like the Amazon Echo, it means that consumers are really starting to jump aboard the speaker bandwagon. That’s where products like the SoundCore Nano comes in with its lightweight design and sleek aluminum alloy shell. It also offers Bluetooth 4.0 for low energy usage as well as quick and seamless connection to mobile devices.
Lexar microSD To Lightning Reader for iOS Devices ($14.99, usually $24.99)
If you have an existing microSD card and find yourself in a position where you need to get any of that content onto your iOS device, then you likely need something like this microSD card to Lightning adapter to ensure maximum compatibility. The idea is simple, just stick your existing memory card into the device and then slip it directly into the iPhone to use in conjunction with the free file management app to access content.
Those who are after a no fuss, extremely cheap, but highly reliable tablet could do a lot worse than taking a look at Amazon’s 7-inch Fire tablet. It comes with a 7-inch IPS display and a 1.3GHZ quad-core processor. There’s also integrated Amazon Alexa making it perfect for voice control and getting easy assistance when needed. It can also pretty much run any Android app as it is powered by Fire OS which is basically a forked version of Google Android.