Tech Deals: Asus And Dell Laptops, OnHub Router, GoPro Hero Accessory Kit, More

Everyone loves a bargain, and we love sharing them with you just as much as we’re sure you love taking advantage of them, which is just peachy. Today, we have another five pieces of kit that would normally command a higher price than they are right now, which means there has never been a better time to get that credit card out and show it a good time.

Whether you are buying on impulse or have been on the lookout for that very particular piece of technology at just the right price, be sure to read on through these five tech deals – you never know what bargains you might miss otherwise.


As for our recommendation from today’s tech deals of the day package, you can’t go wrong with Google’s OnHub Wi-Fi router, especially given its discounted $130 price tag down from the original price of $199.

It is important to note here that these deals are available for a very limited time only, or till stock lasts, whichever happens first. If you happen to like a product in here, make sure you act fast before it gets too late. With that out of the way, let’s dive straight in and see what exactly we have got for you on discount today.

GoPro Hero Camera Accessory Kit ($6.99 with promo code, usually $89.99)


Taking video has never been more popular, and the GoPro series of cameras have revolutionized how footage is captured in the most unlikely of places, at the most unlikely of times. With this camera accessory kit, you can make sure you’re not left wanting just the right attachment or harness at exactly the right time. At this price, why not buy a couple of sets just in case?

Make sure you use the promo code 6687GCFO at checkout to get the price down to $6.99.

Buy: GoPro Hero Camera Accessory Kit from Amazon: $6.99 | Original price: $90

Google/TP-LINK OnHub AC1900 Wireless Wi-Fi Router ($130.59, usually $199)


With no less than 13 antennas, this collaboration between popular networking hardware maker TP-LINK and Google is never going to be found wanting for speed. Rated at AC1900 and designed to eliminate dead zones within your home, this is one router that not only performs well, but looks gorgeous too. Not all routers can be left out in the open, but this one should be the center of attention.

Buy: Google/TP-LINK OnHub AC1900 Wireless Wi-Fi Router from Amazon: $130.59 | Original price: $200

Asus F555LA-AB31 15.6-Inch Windows 10 Laptop ($339.99, usually $499)


With a 2.1GHz Core i3-5010U Processor, 4GB RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and a copy of Windows 10 thrown in, this laptop computer should have enough grunt to keep most people happy. A sizeable 15.8-inch 1080p screen and support for wireless AC networking makes this a good choice for anyone on the lookout for an inexpensive Windows 10 laptop.

Buy: Asus F555LA-AB31 15.6-Inch Laptop from Amazon: $339.99 | Original price: $500

3D VR Headset for iPhone & Android Devices ($24.99, usually $79.99)


Like it or loath it, Virtual Reality is here to stay after many false dawns. While that may be a bold statement when VR is still far from mainstream, headsets at this price will go some way to making that happen. Support for smartphones ranging from the diminutive iPhone SE to the massive iPhone 6s Plus as well as Android devices will certainly help its cause, too.

Buy: 3D VR Headset for iPhone & Android Devices from Amazon: $24.99 | Original price: $80

Dell Inspiron i3552-8040BLK 15.6-Inch Windows 10 Laptop ($269.99, usually $399.99)


Another laptop on offer, this time packing an Intel Quad Core Pentium N3700 1.6 GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD, this machine offers something a little different to the Asus we mentioned earlier – in particular, that SSD. The screen is a tad smaller, but that isn’t always a bad thing! Oh, and it’s powered by Windows 10.

Buy: Dell Inspiron i3552-8040BLK 15.6-Inch Laptop from Amazon: $269.99 | Original price: $400

With two laptops, GoPro accessories, a VR headset and one of the best looking Wi-Fi routers on the market, this week’s tech deals should have a little something for everyone. I’ve personally got my eyes on that router, and maybe a brand new VR headset myself!

What about you?

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