If you didn’t know, Amazon has a dedicated page for back-to-school deals. It’s not well publicized and it’s actually pretty difficult to find from Amazon’s home page, but we’re here to help. Click here to go directly to the deals, or read on for the highlights. Admittedly, many of the deals in the electronics section aren’t things you’re likely to want or need, but do some digging and you’ll find gems of your very own — no Prime subscription required.
HP Pavilion 22cwa 21.5-inch IPS LED Backlit Monitor
You’ve got a laptop and you’ve got a desk, so it’s time to crank up the productivity with a proper monitor. If you don’t want to splurge, you can still get a great monitor at a bargain basement price. Right now the well-reviewed HP Pavilion 22cwa 21.5-inch IPS monitor is a steal at 10% off.
Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 Instant Camera
You already have an iPhone; now it’s time to go analog. No one gets tired of these. 10% off.
ASUS Chromebook C202SA-YS02
Looking for a different flavor than your MacBook? Consider a Chromebook. This ASUS is 13% off right now and it’s well reviewed. It’s also ruggedized and
beer water resistant.
Sony MDRXB50AP Extra Bass Earbud Headset
Sony has been making a bit of a comeback in the headphone department. A pair of well-reviewed earbuds are 25% off right now — cheap enough so it’s not a big deal if you lose them, but still enough performance for those late-night cram sessions. Want something even cheaper? Amazon has the popular Panasonic RP-HJE120’s for just $9. That’s 41% off.
LaCie Rugged Mini USB 3.0 / USB 2.0 1TB Portable Hard Drive
It’s 2017, is all your stuff not already in the cloud? One of our favorite hard drives is 18-27% off right now depending on the size you choose. You can nab a 1TB drive for just $90.
Echo Dot (2nd Generation)
Cheap, handy and worth every penny even if it’s not on discount. Already have an Echo Dot? Consider amping things up with an Amazon Tap.
AmazonBasics Apple Certified Lightning to USB Cable, 6 Feet
How frayed is your Lightning cable? Probably pretty frayed. It’s not on sale, but the AmazonBasics Lightning cable is Apple certified and costs just $8. You could get one for every room at this price. Plus it’s 6 feet long, as opposed to the short-ass 3-foot cable you’re probably using now.
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