Tech Deals: Premium iPhone And Android Cases, $50 USB 3.0 256GB Flash Drive, More

If you’re in the market for some additional portable memory, then you really aren’t going to want to pass these tech deals by. We’re used to seeing certain products reduced by a certain amount on a regular basis, but we’ve got some seriously stunning deals for you all to take a look at today.

Premium protection cases for iOS and Android devices. Additional memory for PCs and Macs. And even an excellent set of premium, noise-cancelling headphones. Get those credit cards ready.


As always, these offers in most cases are valid for today only. If you are interested in any of these days, make sure you act fast before these items are back to their regular prices.

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25%+ Off On Premium Verus High Pro Shield Cases for iPhone & Android Devices

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If you’ve purchased a high-end Android device, or one of Apple’s expensive iPhone models, then it makes perfect sense that you’re going to want to protect it from damage and the elements. From a case perspective, it doesn’t really come any better than the Verus High Pro Shield range that covers both iPhone and Android devices, as well as offering drop protection all built-in to a very aesthetically pleasing and slim case. At the moment there is is 25%+ off the list price for a wide range of cases for various devices.

Buy: Premium Cases for iPhone & Android Devices from Amazon: 25%+ off

Lexar 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive ($49.99, usually $264.99)


If you’re in the market for some serious portable memory with 256GB in size, and you want that solution to come in the form of a USB 3.0 flash drive, then you really need to be looking at the Lexar JumpDrive. It’s capable of reading data at a speed of 150MB/s, writing data at 60MB/s, and even offers secure encryption of files using EncryptStick Lite software. It’s compatible with PC and Mac, and it’s reduced by an outstanding 81%.

Buy: Lexar 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive from Amazon: $49.99 | Original price: $265

Pebble Time Smartwatch for iOS/Android ($127.88, usually $149.99)


If you’re looking for a smartwatch, without having to pay what’s generally deemed as smartwatch money, then the Pebble Time is definitely worth taking a look at. The hardware connects to an iOS or Android smartphone to provide instant notifications at a glance, which includes text, incoming calls and emails. There’s also the addition Pebble Health that tracks activity and provides daily and weekly reports on that activity. This isn’t an Apple Watch, but we’re not talking about Apple Watch money either.

Buy: Pebble Time Smartwatch for iOS/Android from Amazon: $127.88 | Original price: $150

PNY 128GB High Speed MicroSD Card ($34.99, usually $99.99)


Any consumer technology product or accessory that comes with 65% off the list price is generally going to be classified as a great deal. However, when that 65% is taken off a 128GB microSD card produced by the highly reputable PNY, then it’s worth snapping up instantly if you’re in the market for that type of accessory. Stick it in your Android smartphone or tablet, or even your digital camera to get an instant capacity upgrade.

Buy: PNY 128GB High Speed MicroSD Card from Amazon: $34.99 | Original price: $100

AKG K-495NC Premium Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones ($119.99, usually $349.95)


If you talk about premium fashion headphones these days, you generally think about the now Apple-owned Beats By Dre. They are by no means the most accomplished headphones on the market, but such is the power of the underlying brand that they instantly become first on most people’s lips. However, if you’re looking to part with Beats type money, but want a product that is far more capable, then the AKG K-495NC premium headphones could be a contender with a huge 66% discount applied.

Buy: AKG K-495NC Premium Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones from Amazon: $119.99 | Original price: $350

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