Tech Deals: Nearly 50% Off 27-Inch 5K iMac, $200 Off Galaxy Note 8, 256GB MicroSD Card For $99, 6TB HDD, More

If we lived in a world where we made and earned money as quickly as we spend it on luxury items, gadgetry, and non-necessities, then it would be a beautiful existence. Alas, we simply have to make peace with the fact that we like a little bit of retail therapy, and, moreover, most of us love to splurge on new technology and accessories. Thankfully, we are here to help out where we can by offering you access to some great deals designed to save you money on those purchases. Enjoy the savings!

First up, we have an amazing deal on the 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display, coming in with a massive $1,000 discount!

If that’s not enough there’s a $183 iPhone 6, as well the fabulous Galaxy Note 8 with a price tag of only $710. The DJI Mavic Pro is also up for the grabs, along with a 6TB external HDD from Western Digital – all for discounted prices. As always, make sure you act quickly to grab the product of your choice from the list here as these deals are usually time sensitive and subject to stock levels. Enjoy the savings!

Samsung 256GB MicroSD Card ($99.99, usually $149.99)

Anyone with any type of device that requires external storage through expandable media can certainly do with this product in their life. It offers 256GB of storage, an accompanying adapter for use in multiple card slots, and the reliability that comes with owning a quality Samsung product.

Buy: Samsung 256GB MicroSD Memory Card from Amazon: $99.99 | Original price: $150

Apple 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display ($1,299.99, usually $2,299)

Some people simply cannot afford to splash out on a new Apple iMac Pro complete with all of the bells and whistles. However, it’s also worth remembering that not everyone actually needs that hardware when they can get this gorgeous 5K Retina iMac 2015 for a fraction of the original cost.

Buy: Apple 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display from eBay: $1,299 | Original price: $2,300

DJI Mavic Pro ($769, usually $999)

If you are after pro-drone ownership and you want to be seen as the type of individual who invests in the best, then you really can’t go wrong with the Mavic Pro. It offers a gorgeous exterior and design, offers a range of 7KM with full 1080p video streaming, and will even return home to you with minimal fuss. It’s like an advanced electronic carrier pigeon.

Buy: DJI Mavic Pro from Amazon: $769 | Original price: $999

WD 6TB Elements External USB Hard Drive ($129, usually $190)

Some of us still can’t make the shift from using physical storage to putting all of our important documents in the cloud. If you still like to keep things close, then you don’t need to look any further than this Western Digital 6TB drive which should be reliable enough and have enough storage to satisfy all of your storage requirements.

Buy: WD 6TB Elements External USB Hard Drive from Amazon: $129 | Original price: $190

Samsung Galaxy Note 8, 64GB, Unlocked ($709.99, usually $950)

Samsung has somewhat of a reputation for building and releasing some of the best smartphones on the market. And yes, you guessed it, Galaxy Note 8 is no different. It didn’t really have much to live up to after the disaster that was Note 7 but that didn’t stop the South Korean company from going above and beyond with this gorgeous hardware, complete with unlocked access and 64GB of internal storage.

Buy: Samsung Galaxy Note 8, 64GB, Unlocked from eBay: $710 | Original price: $950

Apple iPhone 6 64GB – Refurbished ($182.95, usually $450)

This may be a refurbished handset but that shouldn’t stop you from experiencing the power and simplicity that it offers. Multiple generations have already been released after Apple’s iPhone 6 but this is still a very powerful and highly capable device that’s an extremely cheap alternative to splurging on newer hardware.

Buy: Apple iPhone 6 – 64GB from eBay: $183 | Original price: $450

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