TechRadar hand-picks the best Aussie tech bargains three times a week
The new week brings massive savings on a 15-inch Lenovo laptop in two different configurations and even bigger savings on a gaming laptop from Asus.
If, however, you’re not after a brand-new work horse, you could consider indulging in some photography and save with Canon’s cashback offer.
Here are Monday’s deals:
If nothing from today’s selection tickled your fancy, check out these other TechRadar-recommended deals:
Dyson Cinetic Big Ball multifloor vacuum cleaner ($475; down from $699): Say goodbye to dirty floors and say hello to big savings on one of Dyson’s best vacuum cleaners. Doesn’t matter if you’ve got floorboards or carpets, the Cinetic Big Ball Multifloor vacuum promises to make cleaning less of a chore. You can get the Dyson Cinetic Big Ball Multifloor vacuum for $475 at Aus-Appliances, and it won’t cost you anything to have it shipped either. So hurry and save yourself $224.
HP Omen gaming laptops (from $1,799.10; down from $3,199): A rare opportunity has come knocking, thanks to eBay. Gamers, this one is for you. Given how hard it is to find a gaming lap with an 8GB GTX1070 graphics card for under $3,000, you can now get the 17-inch HP Omen that packs an Intel i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, plus 1TB HDD with the 8GB GTX1070 chip for just $2,475. Need we mention how much you’re going to save? If you don’t have the spare change for this beast, you can get the 17-inch HP Omen packing a GTX1060 graphics card for $1,799. Just be sure to apply the code PERK10 at checkout to avail the discounts.
HTC Vive ($899; down from $999): The price for the HTC Vive was recently dropped from a four-figure number, but it hardly ever goes on sale. But eBay is giving you the chance to score 10% off on the Vive if you’d like to enter the world of virtual reality. Head to the Microsoft Australia’s eBay store and use the code PERK10 at checkout and get yourself the HTC Vive for $899, saving yourself $100.
Dell Inspiron 15 3000 series laptop (from $799; down from $999): New laptops don’t have to cost the earth. Thanks to Dell, you can lay your hands on a 15-inch Inspiron for just $799, featuring a 7th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of memory and a 1TB hard drive. That’s a saving of $200 on this configuration. But if you’re after something with a tad more grunt under the hood, another Dell Inspiron 15 3000 series model is available for $999, powered by a 7th-gen Core i7 CPU and housing 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD is down to $999, saving you $300 on the regular RRP.
Nikon D3400 18-55mm single lens kit ($489; down from about $650): Nikon has refreshed its entry-level DSLR, giving it a compact body, a boosted AF system and plenty of battery life. And, until October 25, if you apply the code CA50TGG at checkout, you can grab yourself a Nikon D3400 with an 18-55mm kit lens for just $489. This camera retails for about $550 for just the body, so this offer is a pretty decent bargain.