Hot spring tech sales burning up online
Spring is in full swing -- and Mother's Day right around the corner -- so now is a great time to bring some fresh tech into your home and treat yourself or a loved one to an upgrade. AOL has teamed up with TechBargains to gather the hottest sales burning up online right now.
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This is an incredibly highly rated TV at Amazon with over 1400 review with over 62 percent of users giving it a 5-stars. This was CNET's highest rated TV of 2015. Why? Because of its excellent picture quality and for a bargain price of $650 plus a bonus $200 gift card, it's easily the top choice under $1,000 and even outperforms many TVs in that range. There are tons of features here like the full array LED panel with local dimming that gives excellent blacks and contrast. Samsung reserves this technology for their top of the line 9500 series TVs and get access to this technology for 60 percent less than Samsung charges for it.
2. Xbox One Console + Choice of Game + Bonus Controller for $299.99 Code: FREECONTROLLER (Orig $399.99)
You've seen a quite a few Dell deals on here and maybe you have some gift credit to spend, so what else can you get at Dell besides TVs or computers? Well, you could get one of the best console bundles we've seen this year. Dell is selling a Xbox One with your choice of game and a bonus controller. If you were to break out the price you basically pay $250 for the console and $50 for the controller which you likely have to buy anyway. Better yet, you get your choice of game: Gear of War, Forza 6, Rise of the Tomb Raider or the Rare Replay.
If you need the function of a tablet but aren't willing to give up the versatility of a laptop then this 2-in-1 from Dell is definitely a top choice. It comes with a relatively powerful Intel i3 processor which surpasses most tablet processors and has a special hinge that allows you to use it as obviously a laptop or you can fold the display all the way back and use it like a tablet. The hinge lets you fold it 360 degrees and allows you to use it in any position which is even better on flights with limited space.
4. Amazon Fire Kids Edition 7" 8GB WiFi Tablet with 2yr Worry Free Warranty Coverage $79.99 (Orig $99.99)
If you have kids and they are always asking for your phone or tablet, get them their own for only $80. Not only do you protect your $400+ mobile device but also save keep them safe within the app ecosystem with Amazon's FreeTime unlimited. It has NO in-app purchases, saving you from mysterious charges AND it curated kid friendly books, shows and games. The closer is that Amazon understands what its like to have kids and this tablet comes with a 2 year warranty that covers anything that happens to this tablet, including electrical or mechanical breakdowns. So let them play with this tablet and try to break it worry free.
We aren't generally too keen on smart devices, but this smart sprinkler is a definite convenience that can help you save money and water. It easily installs in 30 minutes and will automatically take into account the season, local weather and any zone or regional characteristics to adjust your watering schedule. You can further tune it to your soil type, vegetation, sun exposure and even the slope or nozzle types of your sprinkler. This can save you up to 30 percent in water savings over other controllers and really takes watering to another level with its fine tuning ability.
It's rare to see a 32" HDTV that comes with a 120Hz refresh rate, much less one that costs only $220 and includes a large $100 gift card (provided by Dell). This is a fantastic small set for a bedroom or for a smaller apartment. It has smart tv functions that will allow you stream Netflix or YouTube and the fast 120Hz refresh rate makes it perfect for sports or gaming. Best of all is again the price, as you are effectively only paying $120 for this TV after using up that Dell gift card.
Ever want to set up a surveillance system but didn't want to deal with the hassle of wires or pay a professional to run the cable and mount cameras? Arlo is an extremely convenient way to set up home monitoring and best of all these are entirely wireless and do not require you to run cable. They are battery powered, easy to set-up and mount, and are especially handy if you wanted to monitor outdoor where setting up wires is difficult. These run off battery and can be set to record only when motion triggers it and will push you a real-time email or app notification when the camera is triggered. Best of all if you ever move or you need to change the are you need to monitor you can simply move the camera or buy more cameras and expand your system.
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