Tuesday's top deals: a Kano computer kit, a 400GB microSD card, and more!
On a daily basis there is no shortage of great deals to be had, but sometimes hunting them down can be a bit time consuming. Don't let that drag you down, though. We've rounded up some of our absolute favorites from today that you simply can't miss out on.
This is an all-new low price for a device that's only a few months old and was selling around $280 on its release. Before today, the lowest we'd seen it go was $200.
$230 $62 off
We shared news about this tablet back in September before it became a reality and were excited about it back then. It's essentially a do-it-yourself touchscreen computer that Kano will teach you how to build, and once you're done Kano will teach you how to code. Kano's kits are generally meant for children, although just about anyone would learn something new from them.
That's not the only deal we're excited about today, either:
Time to Upgrade
The SSD normally sells for around $80 and has never gone as low as today's deal. However, it won't last long. The 1TB version is also on sale for $125.99. That's a drop from around $136 and the lowest we've seen. If you prefer M.2 over SATA, the WD Blue M.2 is exactly the same in every other respect going for the same price.
Every Ounce of Storage
The SanDisk Extreme 400GB is a new card that had sold for around $150 since November but before that was selling as high as $250. Today's price is a new all-time low. If you don't need the outright insane performance of the SanDisk Extreme, you could also go for the SanDisk Ultra 400GB card. It's not quite as powerful but it's also down to just under $80 right now.
If you live anywhere near an urban center and have broadcast towers near you, the 35-mile range should be enough. Whatever signals your antenna can reach, that's what you'll get to watch for no more than the price you're paying today. It can pick up HD channels like ABC, NBC, PBS, Fox, and more, giving you the opportunity to watch your favorite networks in 1080p.
The S305 is a 2017 model. However, it's $100 less expensive than 2018's 43-inch model. And thanks to the included Roku TV, it has smart features that continue to be updated today. Beyond that, the S305 is a fine budget set with decent image quality and 1080p resolutions.
The M40x headphones offer some of the best bang-for-your-buck you can find for sub-$100 headphones. They use 40mm drivers, a circumaural design for passive noise-isolation, 90-degree swiveling ear cups for one-ear monitoring, and professional-grade material for extended comfort.
This upgraded version of the Soundcore speaker features dual full-range drivers and an oversized bass radiator for 12W of stereo sound. Its IPX7-rated casing offers water-resistance so you can bring this speaker to the pool with you, even drop it in, with no worries. The high-performance battery can last for over 12 hours on a single charge.
This is just a small sampling of the deals that the Thrifter team has uncovered today. If you want to keep up with everything that the crew is uncovering, be sure to follow Thrifter on Twitter and sign up for the daily deals newsletter so you never miss out on anything!
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J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now for Thrifter. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.