March Madness doesn’t just mean basketball (OK, maybe it does). March means it’s spring! The snow and mush are thawing, the sun is shining, and it’s time to get on the road or get in the air. Whether you’re going on vacation, or just daydreaming about it, we consulted with our pals at TechBargains to pull together some of the best deals on the web.
We love drones, and DJI’s Mavic Pro is one of our favorites. It folds up into a cute little rectangle and includes all the features you’d expect from a market leader—from a 4K camera to collision avoidance and precision hovering. Wrap it up in a tote bag to take some footage of spectacular vistas on your camping vacation. Save $230 off the original price of $999 on the DJI Mavic Pro Mini Portable Drone.
Dell is taking $220 off the Inspiron 15 5000 laptop. Different computers have different features. Maybe one is more suitable for gaming, another for work, but all-around picks are few and far between. Use code “50OFF699” to get $220 off the list price of $900 to stick Dell’s versatile budget laptop in your carry-on bag on your next trip.
Save $50 on a Blink home security cam. Sure, you could shell out a couple hundo on a Nest IQ to keep an eye on your pets and television while you’re away. But the Blink offers many valuable features in a compact, attractive, and affordable package—and $50 off brings the price down to just $100.
Take $70 off Timbuk2’s 40L Wingman Duffel. That’s more than half off the original list price of $130 for a sturdy carry-on travel bag from San Francisco’s own Timbuk2.
Take $20 off the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. There’s no need to pack your personal item with a dozen different paper magazines (unless one of them is ours). This is our favorite Kindle reader, and the matte surface and backlit screen are worth every penny of the original $120. It’s an even better buy at $20 off.
HP’s Z240 workstation is $100 off. HP crams a lot of features into this entry-level desktop. The Z240 was already affordable, and now you can take an additional $100 off an $869 refurbished version.
Take $20 off Micron’s 2TB SATA solid state drive. With an original list price of $379, this is an outstanding price for a high-quality 2TB solid state drive.
Take $150 off the 49-inch TCL Roku TV. That brings this affordable TV down to just $330. High-resolution with an easy-to-use streaming system already built in—who could ask for anything more?
Playstation’s VR headset bundle with Skyrim and controllers is $100 off. This is a great opportunity to get your hands on a new headset (read our review here), especially when it comes with a few great accessories.
Save $50 on the Ecovacs Deebot N79S. Most reliable robot vacuums cost around $500, so to find one for $200 is a steal. Ecovacs’ Deebots are a great budget pick.
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