With the correct keyboard, you can turn your iPad into a functional laptop. If you have been following Apple’s Magic Keyboard, but are waiting for sales, then today is today. Amazon and Wal-Mart currently have Magic Keyboards designed for the 11-inch iPad Pro and the fourth-generation iPad Air, which are priced at US$199, which is US$100 lower than the normal price.
If you have a 12.9-inch iPad Pro model, don’t worry: you can also buy accessories at discounted prices. Best Buy has cut the price of the Magic Keyboard designed for this particular iPad by $100 to $249. Both Magic Keyboard keyboards contain a set of backlit keys and a trackpad.
Although it has been used for 3 years, the first-generation Microsoft Surface headset is still a good choice for those looking for a pair of affordable noise-canceling headphones. Usually, Woot is priced at US$250, and they are currently priced at US$106, which is one of the most cost-effective products in today’s noise-canceling headphones. If you order Surface Headphones through the Woot app, you will get an additional 10% discount.
Logitech’s G502 gaming mouse is one of the best mice on the market. Except that the wired model is my personal favorite and main computer mouse, my colleague Cameron Faulkner believes that both versions of the G502 are the best gaming mice you can buy. You can get the wireless version of the G502 Lightspeed on Amazon for as low as $118. You can also buy it on Newegg for $119 or Best Buy for $120.
If you are looking for a new laptop market, but are not interested in the MacBook Air deal we discussed the other day, Amazon will discount the two storage configurations of the MacBook Pro through the M1 chip. You can buy a laptop with 256GB storage space at a low price of $1,219, or a 512GB storage model at a low price of $1,415. Both laptops contain 8GB of RAM.