Tech Deals Cyber Week 2016: 8TB External HDD, Sonos Speaker, $10 Bluetooth Earphones, More

Black Friday and Cyber Monday may have come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that the deals have walked off into the sunset with those events. As a method of keeping consumers coming back for more, retailers are still offering some fantastic deals as part of what is called “Cyber Week” that will put new products in your possession, but keep money in your pocket.

Starting off today’s deals is Sonos PLAY:3 with a $30 discount. There’s also a pair of Bluetooth earphones with a discounted price of just $10.


Speaking of earphones, there’s another option too, with the TaoTronics wireless earphones coming in at just $19 after special discount. There’s also the Samsung Wireless Charging Pad going for a paltry $30, down from $50. Last but not the least, is an 8TB external hard drive with a $70 discount to make sure you never run of out that storage space again.

As always, grab the product of your choice from the list here at the earliest since the deals are time sensitive and subject to stock levels. So keep that credit card close by and act fast before the offers expire. Enjoy the savings!

Sonos PLAY:3 Wireless Smart Speaker for Streaming Music ($269, usually $299.99)


If you want something from the audio sector, and are looking to part with money for premium, then the chances are that you have looked at the Sonos brand in the past. This wireless smart speaker comes with rich, deep sound experiences. Not only is extremely beautiful, but comes with a relatively easy set up process, and can be added to an existing home set up via an existing WiFi network. It also works with Apple Music, and can be extended with more speakers from Sonos in future when needed.

Buy: Sonos PLAY:3 Wireless Smart Speaker for Streaming Music from Amazon: $269 | Original price: $300

iClever Bluetooth Wireless Earphones ($10.00 with promo code, usually $34.99)


Those who are looking for a set of wireless headphones for the gym, or for any activity that they may take part in, will undoubtedly want something sweat resistant. Step forward the iClever BoostRun options with crystal clear sound and an easy connection to mobile devices via seamless Bluetooth.

Grab it using the following promo code to get it for a reduced price of just $10: DIGBTH08.

Buy: iClever Bluetooth Wireless Headphones from Amazon: $10.00 | Original price: $35

TaoTronics Bluetooth Wireless Earphones ($19.00 with promo code, usually $25.99)


If you want a similar experience to above, but are willing to part with a little more money for your wireless Bluetooth headphone experience, then the TaoTronics are a consideration. They come with noise cancellation technology, a comfortable and secure design that should keep them in place, and a decent audio quality that should be more than sufficient for getting that work out on.

Grab it using the following promo code for a reduced price of just $19: Y3BOP4V8.

Buy: TaoTronics Bluetooth Wireless Earphones from Amazon: $19 | Original price: $26

Seagate 8TB External uSB 3.0 Hard Drive ($169.99, usually $239.99)


This slab of a product has the ability to hold a whopping 8TB of additional data, features USB 3.0 speeds, and can be formatted for Windows or Mac compatibility.

Buy: Seagate 8TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive from Amazon: $169.99 | Original price: $240

Samsung Wireless Charging Pad with 2A Wall Charger ($30, usually $49.99)


It’s only a matter of time until all smartphones ship with wireless charging, either via something like Qi compatibility, or a manufacturers own proprietary solution. Until then, if you’re one of the lucky few who has this magic baked into their device, then you can grab this handy little Samsung wireless charging pad with 2A wall charger to make the experience a little more pleasant.

Buy: Samsung Wireless Charging Pad with 2A Wall Charger from Amazon: $30 | Original price: $50

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