Best Weekend Tech Deals: 200GB MicroSD, Ecovacs Deebot, Apple iPad

Best Weekend Tech Deals: 200GB MicroSD, Ecovacs Deebot, Apple iPad

Since you’re probably reading this while waiting in line to see Avengers: Infinity War, we tried to find a few Hulk-size deals for you this weekend. With a little help from our friends at TechBargains, who spend all their waking moments scouring the ‘net for great tech sales. Be sure to check out the hot MicroSD card deal, the cheap robot vac, and some of the PC deals listed below.

iPad Mini 4 with 128GB (Space Gray) for $300: Was $400. You likely won’t find an iPad Mini 4 for cheaper than this.

SanDisk Ultra 200GB MicroSD Card for $56: Was $85. If you aren’t considering this massive 200GB MicroSD card, look at the price one more time. Your phone, camera, or Nintendo Switch will thank you.

Ecovacs Deebot N79 Wi-Fi Robot Vac with Alexa for $160: Was $250. Use code JIP49E29 at checkout. We haven’t tested this precise Ecovac, but we like their products and it’s a very good deal. Check our Best Robot Vacuums roundup for more recommendations.

Laptops and graphics card sales are the name of the game this weekend. You can view more Laptop and Desktop PC Deals here.

Dell XPS 13 Touch Laptop with 16GB RAM (Refurb) for $999: Was $1,910. Use code SAVE100 at checkout. Has 3,200×1,800 pixel screen and 512GB SSD

Dell All-in-One Desktop PC with 3-year Onsite Warranty for $629: Was $1,013. Has Intel Core i5, Win10 Pro, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM

Acer Aspire 5 15-Inch Core i7 Laptop for $459: Was $599. Has 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD

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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X 4GHz CPU chip for $719: Was $999. Has 16 cores, 32 threads

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB Graphics Card for $510: Was $630

Anker Wireless Charging Pad for $17: Was $26. Use code ANKER253 at checkout.

Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon 7541pc Set for $800: This is the largest Lego set ever, and we built it.

48-Piece Screwdriver Toolkit for $8: Was $14. Use code 3VGCO4CP at checkout.

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You have to give Snap credit for giving hardware another try. Its first attempt, the face-camera called Spectacles, fell short of spectacular. But they’re back with a new version. The yellow rings around the lenses are gone (the company decided the LED lights were enough of an indication that users are recording video). The new model is more expensive ($150) but it’s water-resistant, comes in new colors, and has enhanced imaging capabilities.

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