Aldi’s Special Buys for September 16 includes a 65-inch Ultra HD TV, a Sony CyberShot camera, a Canon Pixma printer, a 14-inch laptop, a drone and a VR headset.
Aldi’s taking tech seriously these days, bringing TVs and other media gear to Aussie shoppers.
Starting September 16, however, Aldi is taking it a step further and adding more toys to its shopping basket, with the 65-inch Bauhn Ultra HD telly making a comeback again, but for cheaper. The TV will be priced at $797 – that’s over $100 cheaper than the already wallet-friendly $899 price tag it carried when it made its debut in March.
The Bauhn TV isn’ t ‘smart’ , lacking the usual media streaming apps, but it does feature a screen with UHD (3840 x 2160) resolution with a 4000: 1 contrast ratio. It even has integrated recording, playback and pause, thanks to its PVR functionality.
Fly high with Aldi
If the TV isn’ t something you’ re interested in, Aldi’s got plenty more coming that could make you feel like a little kid in a candy store.
For just $79.99, you can grab a Cocoon Voyager quadcopter with built-in camera to record your outdoor adventures in 640 x 480 resolution. The drone features a six-axis gyroscope that promises stability and precise hovering. It may not be the most powerful or feature-packed quadcopter in the market, but it will perform a 360-degree flip if you want it to! The Cocoon Voyager has a control distance of 45m with a flight time of six to seven minutes.
Tech toys galore
Aldi will also stock Cocoon’s budget VR headset for $29.99, built to work with either iOS or Android devices.
If you’ ve been looking for a laptop which won’ t burn a hole in your pocket, Aldi will also be selling the 14-inch Unisurf Notebook for $222, that’s $27 cheaper than the last time it was on sale at Aldi. The Unisurf Notebook features 4GB of memory and 32GB of storage.
Other than these goodies, there’ ll be a Sony CyberShot camera to help you go snap-happy and a Canon Pixma for you to print those memories when you get home.
So keep your wallet handy, grab a shopping trolley and… well, happy shopping!