Amazon is running a huge sale today on a bunch of PC accessories and components including RAM modules, external storage, Wi-Fi routers and mesh systems, graphics cards, and much more. In some cases there's over 60% off the usual price, making now the perfect time to pick up anything you need.
If you have a larger home and find that certain rooms or floors don't get great Wi-Fi reception, you're going to want to take a look at the Netgear Range Extender included in today's sale. Down to $27, it can eliminate dead spots and provide a much more reliable signal in those hard to reach areas.
TP-Link's 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Pro switch is down to a new all-time low price at $22.90. If you have a home with just a whole lot of devices that need an internet connection, you could benefit a lot from a stable wired Ethernet connection rather than trying to share wireless bandwidth, especially if you use printers, media servers, and security video systems, as well as computers, tablets, and smartphones.
The Synology DiskStation DS218j diskless 2-bay NAS has dropped to $135.99 as part of this sale, matching its Black Friday price. It usually sells for $170. NAS systems let you create your own media server at home, perfect if you have a lot of digital music and movies you want to access from multiple devices on-demand.
Some more of our favorite deals include:
- Netgear AC750 WiFi Range Extender - $26.99 (Was $45)
- Kingston Nucleum USB-C Hub - $39.99 (Was $50)
- Toshiba Canvio Advance 1TB Portable External Hard Drive - $39.99 (Was $54)
- SanDisk 256GB Ultra Dual-USB Flash Drive - $45.59 (Was $63)
- TP-Link AC5400 Wireless Wi-Fi MU-MIMO Tri-Band Router - $179.99 (Was $374)
- Synology 2-Bay NAS DiskStation DS218j - $135.99 (Was $170)
- Ballistix Sport LT 32GB RAM Kit - $199 (Was $261)
- ASUS ROG STRIX RX Vega56 8GB OC Graphics Card - $409.99 (Was $660)
The entire sale has much more to offer, so be sure to check out the whole promotion. The prices you see are good for today only, so don't delay.
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