Start February Off With These Tech Deals

Frank
February 25, 2019
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We’re a month into the new year, so why are you still using that busted-up old laptop or game console? Valentine’s Day is around the corner so it’s a perfect time to treat yourself or someone you love to some new tech. Thanks to our friends at TechBargains, we have a handful of solid deals on computers, Xbox Ones, and even the iPad Pro.

When we reviewed the Xbox One X last year, we were impressed with its compact footprint and graphics performance. It’s not cheap at nearly $500, but Dell’s offering a $100 gift card with your purchase. That means you’ll be able to buy accessories or put that hunsky towards a new 4K TV.

Buy the Microsoft Xbox One X 1TB + $100 Dell GC for $499

If the Xbox One X is more power than you need, Dell also has an Xbox One S bundle with the same offer. This model is cheaper and less powerful, but it’s still great. The Xbox you get in this deal comes with a 500 GB hard drive and 3 months of Xbox Game Pass, so you can play any of the over 100 games included with that subscription service.

Buy the Microsoft Xbox One S 500GB w/ 3 months Game Pass + $100 Dell GC for $279.99

Apple’s big, fast iPads are hard to find a deal on, but this sale of the previous generation’s 12-inch version is a steal. With a capacious 128-gigabyte internal memory chip and cellular internet built-in, this iPad Pro is ready for sketching, notetaking, web browsing, and movie watching anywhere you take it.

Buy the Apple iPad Pro 12.9″ 128GB WiFi + Cellular (Silver) for $750 (list price $899)

We liked Essential’s SP-1 phone when we tried it last year, but its $700 price was a big ask for some. Thankfully, Essential has lowered the price of this high-quality handset all he way down to $434. Rocking the latest version of Android, top-tier Snapdragon speed, and an edge-to-edge display, it’s worth every penny.

Buy the Essential Phone 128GB Unlocked Smartphone for $434.99 (list price $699)

Need a new laptop or desktop? Dell’s offering 10 percent off all current models. So, that means something like a high-quality Dell XPS 13 notebook or a powerful Alienware Aurora gaming desktop can be had at a nice discount. Don’t forget to use the code TENOFF at checkout.

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