home : hot deals & information involving: NewEgg.com Tuesday, April 17, 2018
- APC 125VA UPS for $20
APC Back-UPS BGE90M 125VA UPS for $20.
This uninterruptible power supply keeps small electronics running during a power outage, such as a fish tank's filter, an Internet router, or a DVR.
Samsung Bare Metal 32GB USB3.0 Flash Drive for $14.
Samsung 500GB SSD, 16GB DDR4 Laptop Memory for $230.
Bundle includes a Samsung 860 EVO-Series 500GB Solid State Drive and a pair of G.Skill Ripjaws 8GB DDR4 SO-DIMM Laptop Memory.
Each of these normally sell for about $140 (about $280 for both), so this deal saves about $50.
Be sure your laptop (or mini-PC) supports 8GB DDR4 SO-DIMM memory, since some work with different memory types or have no memory upgrade slots.
Cooler Master HAF-912 Mid-Tower Computer Case for $45 with code EMCPTEP27 and a
$15 mail-in rebate
is available in the form of a Prepaid Card.
This is one of the best computer cases on the market today, and we love ours.
It comes as a case only (no power supply, no motherboard and components), but has plenty of room to install whatever components a modern PC might need.
- Refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad X131e Chromebook $50 After Rebate
Lenovo Thinkpad X131e 11.6" Chromebook for $80, and code EMCSPSPX3 applies $20 off in the cart.
Also, a $10 Prepaid Card is available by mail-in rebate.
Also, Newegg is giving a free Bluetooth speaker when the laptop is added to the card.
A Chromebook is a low-end laptop capable of simply web browsing, note-taking/word-processing, and online apps.
The downsides of this deal.
Product is refurbished (previously used), and while guaranteed to work, it's listed as "Grade C" meaning it has dents, cracks, chips, or scuffs on the body from its previous owners.
- 240GB SSD for $68
AData SU650 240GB Solid State Drive for $68 with code EMCPRPU33 .
Includes a 3-year warranty.
Has the 3D NAND chipset, more reliable than older "MLC" and "TLC" based chipsets.
- Samsung 50" 4K TV with HDR for $380 (expired)
Samsung UN50MU6300 50-inch 2160p 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR for $400, and code
applies $20 off.
Note the coupon has a letter "S", not the number 5.
This TV normally sells for about $480, and has mixed reviews.
One reviewer says the TV is excellent for games, but has weak HDR.
This makes the $380 deal less attractive since we believe the biggest "wow" factor of 4K comes from HDR.
Samsung TVs are rarely discounted, so the brand name may alone make this a hot deal for some people.