- Inspiron 11.6" Laptop for $150
Dell Inspiron 11.6-inch laptop computer with 1166x768 display, AMD A6-9220e CPU, 4GB memory, 32GB eMMC (flash) storage, and 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 for $150.
Weighs 2.93 pounds and is 0.88 inches thin.
The memory is expandable to 8GB, according to the laptop's manual.
They are Alkaline batteries and should perform just as good as any other cheap brand, but will not have the longevity of a Duracell or Energizer.
So, the Insignia batteries are probably better for children's toys and portable speakers (devices that do not need longevity like a flashlight or remote control would).
For example, as this news article shows, more expensive Energizer and Duracell batteries powered a flashlight for over 5 hours, whereas cheaper batteries lasted 3-4 hours.
Saturday, May 26, 2018
- Sandisk Ultra 128GB USB3.1 Flash Drive for $26
Sandisk Ultra 128GB USB3.1 Flash Drive for $26.
Normally sells for about $38.
This is a very compact flash drive, with USB3.1 performance for some of the fastest read/write available in a flash drive.
- 33-Pack of Batteries for $9
33-pack of assorted Alkaline batteries for $9.
12-AAA, 12-AA, 4-C, 4-D, and one 9-volt.
Friday, May 18, 2018
- Insignia 32" 720p TV with Roku for $140
Insignia 32-inch 720p TV with Roku for $140 today.
The built-in Roku means you can control the TV from a Roku app and stream TV and movies over wifi.
- 40 and 48-Packs of K-Cup Coffee and Hot Chocolate Pods for $20
Various K-Cup packs are available for $20 from Best Buy.
They are compatible with Keurig coffee makers.
This comes out to about 41¢ to 48¢ per K-Cup pod, slightly better than most other stores.
For example, Costco sells K-Cups for about 55¢ each ($70 for a 128-pack), and Bed Bath & Beyond for about 57¢ each ($24 for a 42-pack).
Friday, May 4, 2018
- HP Envy 4520 Inkjet Printer for $45
HP Envy 4520 Inkjer Printer for $45.
Has built-in wifi connectivity, so any device on your home network can print.
- Logitech Wireless Keyboard & Mouse for $18
Logitech MK345 Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Combo for $18.
Includes a USB wireless receiver and includes AA and AAA batteries.
Beware, some wireless keyboards & mice could leave your computer open to hackers.
If placed in an area where an eavesdropper could be within 50 feet, they could log your keystrokes or take over your computer by intercepting the wireless keyboard and mouse signal.
This is sometimes known as mousejacking.
- $125 Trade-In for Old iPad
Trade-in an old iPad into a Best Buy store and get a minimum of $125.
This is a great deal if you have an old iPad you don't want anymore, or you want to upgrade your iPad.
Eligible trade-in models include:
iPad Mini 2 or newer.
iPad Air or newer.
iPad 5th Generation.
To find out the value of you old iPad, click here.
The iPad must be in working condition and without screen damage.
- Google Chromecast & HDTV Antenna for $40
Chromecast bundled with an HDTV antenna for $40 for both.
The Chromecast streams videos from popular apps, and normally sells for $30 by itself.
Tuesday, April 17, 2018
- 2 Chromecasts for $50
2-pack of Google Chromecasts for $50 ($25 each).
They normally sell for $30 each.
The tiny hockey puck-looking device with an HDMI connector easily streams video to your TV from various apps like YouTube, Comedy Central, Netflix, HBO, Playstation Vue, and many others.
For a similar deal, you can get one Chromecast for $20 from Target via Google Express by applying free $15 off of a $35 Chromecast, and free shipping.
Insignia (Best Buy's own brand) Microwave, 0.7 Cubic Foot size for $35 today.
Has a 10-inch glass turntable and 700-watt power, designed for a small kitchen or office.
Reviews are pretty good for the price.