Today you can get a microSDXC card with an enormous amount of high-speed storage for just $77.
In addition to its large 512GB capacity, this microSDXC card is also fairly fast and able to transfer data at up to 100MB/s. Currently, you can get it from Amazon marked down from $94.99 to $77.99.
Logitech’s MX Master versatile mouse can be used either wired or wirelessly. It also has an exceptional battery that can last up to 40 days and can gain sufficient charge to last for an entire day in just four minutes. Right now Amazon is offering it with a hefty discount that drops its price from $99.99 to $47.00.
This desktop comes equipped with a six-core processor that operates at up to 4.1GHz and offers solid performance for everyday tasks. This model also has 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. Right now it’s marked down from $998.57 to $499.00 from Dell with promo code BFPEEK499.
This drives lets you carry around 8TB of data in a compact package that transfers data relatively quickly over USB 3.0. Right now it’s marked down from $179.99 to $124.99 on Amazon.
This display was designed as an office solution with a native resolution of 2,560×1,440 and a built-in four port USB 3.0 hub. Though it is best used for work, it’s 5ms response time also makes it a decent solution for after hours gaming. Right now you can get it from Dell makred down from $449.99 to $329.99, and at that price it also comes with a $100 Dell eGift card.
Taking a 23andMe DNA test can help you learn about your ancestry and also teach you about how your genetics affects your health. Right now you can get a test kit from Walmart marked down from $199.00 to $99.00.
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