Upgrade to Apple’s 11-inch M1 iPad Pro with this $50 off deal
Amazon is currently offering Apple’s new M1 11-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 128GB for $749. Normally fetching $799, today’s offer amounts to $50 in savings, matches the all-time low we saw as a pre-order discount at the start of the month, and is the very first Amazon discount to date.
Apple’s latest iPad Pro arrives powered by the M1 chip that has graced its most recent Macs. Alongside its 11-inch Liquid Retina display, you’ll be able to count on all of the power of a MacBook thanks to Thunderbolt connectivity and Wi-Fi 6 support. That’s alongside all-day battery life, Apple Pencil support, and Face ID.
Razer’s Kishi iPhone controller at a new all-time low of $82
Amazon is currently offering the Razer Kishi iPhone MFi Game Controller Grip at $82. Typically fetching $100, you’re looking at $18 in savings, with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $3 to mark a new all-time low.
Ideal for everything from trying out the latest Apple Arcade titles to taking on the newest bosses in Genshin Impact, Razer’s Kishi controller grip is a must for avid iPhone gamers. It brings a Switch-like gaming experience to your handset with a Lightning passthrough charging port and an adjustable design that’ll work with everything from the iPhone 12 mini to 12 Pro Max.
Eve HomeKit accessories on sale from $40
Amazon offers the Eve HomeKit-enabled Energy Strip for $85. While you’d normally pay $100, today’s offer amounts to $15 in savings while dropping the price to match our previous mention for the best price of the year.
With three individually controllable outlets, the Eve Energy Strip works over Wi-Fi without a hub and integrates with HomeKit for Siri voice control and more. It also monitors power consumption, allowing you to keep tabs on how much energy specific appliances are using. I’ve personally been using one of these for over a year now and have found it to be quite a reliable addition to the rest of my HomeKit setup. Shop more from $40 right here.
OtterBox + PopSocket iPhone 12 cases at new lows of $20
A4C’s official Amazon storefront is currently offering the OtterBox + Pop Reflex iPhone 12/Pro Case for $20. Normally fetching $35, like you’ll pay at Walmart, today’s offer amounts to 43% in savings while not only marking one of the first notable discounts to date, but also a new all-time low. The iPhone 12 Pro Max model is also on sale for the same price.
Combining the rugged design of an OtterBox case with the added grip of a PopSocket, this case offers some added protection for your iPhone 12 or 12 Pro. The detachable PopGrip doubles as a stand for propping up your device while watching videos and gives you some added grip to hold your iPhone. Alongside a textured design on the back, there’s also Qi compatibility and a raised lip around the front to keep your iPhone’s screen scratch-free. You can get a closer look at what to expect from the OtterBox and PopSocket collaboration in our launch coverage.
This Nulaxy MacBook stand falls to Amazon low at $18.50
Nulaxy Direct (96% positive feedback in the last 12-months) via Amazon is now offering its C3 Aluminum Laptop Stand for $18.50. Regularly $24, it fetched $30 or more for most of last year and is now at a new Amazon all-time low. Along with its Space Gray-like colorway and feature appearance in our 2020 gift guides, this is a great option for MacBook users of all kinds, DJs, Chromebook owners, and more. The clean minimalist design is constructed from “premium 5mm aluminum alloy” with a 33-pound weight capacity and compatibility with all laptops from 10- to 16-inches. It brings your device an extra 7-inches of the desktop for a more ergonomic experience while helping to prevent over-heating. This one collapses into three pieces for easy storage and transportation as well.
Best trade-in deals
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