Cyber Monday is tomorrow, and analysts predict we’re about to witness the biggest online shopping day in history, with shoppers expected to spend more than $3 billion on shopping sprees across the internet.
On Amazon alone, thousands of deals will be introduced throughout the day. And you’ll need more than luck to figure out if you got a rock-bottom deal. That said, we’re here to get you on the right track. Here are some of the best tech deals we’ve found so far.
Fitbit Flex 2 for $60
Fitness bands have become more complex and ambitious over the years, behaving more like smartwatches and less like trackers. But the Flex 2 returns to simpler roots. It does only the basics for monitoring your activity and sleep quality, but it does them well. It’s also swimmer- and surfer-friendly, which we can’t say about all fitness trackers.
49-inch Samsung Curved 4K TV for $549.99
This latest TV from Samsung comes with all the bragging rights of a modern television: 4K resolution; HDR for a fantastic and vivid picture; access to online content and apps; and a powerful processor for seamless operation. We’ve seen it come down a bit, but now it’s at its lowest price ever of $549.99, 50 percent off its original price. Wowza!
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro for $339.99
The PS4 Pro hasn’t been around for very long, but we’re already seeing some fantastic deals online. This discounted offer from Amazon is just perfect if you already have a library of games. Pick one up before stocks run out — we doubt this deal will last long.
Samsung Galaxy S6 for $249
Last year’s Samsung flagship remains a solid choice for any smartphone upgrader. While it lacks any water resistance, it’s got a super-crisp AMOLED display, a top-end processor, a nice pair of low-light cameras, and lots more. It’s an excellent alternative to any non-flagship handset, and it’s a steal at this price.
Rugged ASUS Chromebook for $119.99
This rugged ASUS Chromebook goes for just north of $100, and it features an 11.6-inch, high-res display; a 180-degree hinge; a spill-resistant keyboard; and reinforced rubber guards that protects it from bumps, knocks, and drops from up to 3.9 feet. Its low-power Intel processor should help extend battery life — a full day of use is what you’re looking at with most Chromebooks, and this one shouldn’t be different. It does everything you expect a Chromebook to do, except this one can handle some rough and tumble every now and then. Even better, it’s discounted for a limited time.