If last week’s Google Glass unveiling left you longing for the very latest in technology, satisfy your craving with one of the top ten deals from MyVoucherCodes this week…
- Norton 360 v6, down to £24.99 from £49.99 when you spend £30
When it comes to comprehensive PC protection, Norton is the brand to beat. With extra features like cloud storage, anti-virus and back-up: reviews have suggested that v6 offers a step-up in quality from previous versions. With an Amazon promo code offering money off if you spend £30 at the moment, it’s well worth increasing your checkout price in order to get the discount.
It’s quite rare that technology retailers offer free next day delivery, so if you’re looking to invest in a new laptop like the Envy x2 or even just top up your toner or ink for an existing HP printer, now’s the time to do so. There’s no catches with this deal, but it’s unlikely to be around for long so make sure you snap up any purchases while it’s on!
- Viking: laptops from £259 including free delivery
As well as selling office supplies, Viking also offers a surprising amount of good technology. If you’re looking for hardwearing yet functional bit of kit, the Asus K55A is selling at just £259 including free delivery at the moment. The Asus is a great laptop for the cost and best of all; you don’t even need any Viking voucher codes to get it at this low price.
- 5% off all eReaders
There are currently some great discounts in the PC World sale, namely this one for 5% off all eReaders. A case of Kobo vs. Kindle, the brand you go for probably rest of your budget; but if you can afford paying a little extra, we’d suggest going for the Kindle Paperwhite for its light-weight design, easy-to-read focus and decent battery life.
It’s not difficult to get low-price phone deals nowadays, however, with BT currently offering excellent freebies like this one for broadband and evening and weekend calls – it’s worth switching to save some money. With the cost returning to £13 a month after the six are up, it’ll still be worth it.
- Free delivery on entertainment purchases from Asda Direct
Although low-prices are usually a standard, Asda seems to be intent on topping its usual price guarantee by offering free delivery on all CD’s, DVD’s and books at this point in time. You don’t need any Asda voucher codes, just order direct from the online shop; with new releases like God of War Ascension and Rise of the Guardians available for pre-order, there are loads of reasons to take advantage.
- 10% off all Dell laptops and desktops
From the modest Inspiron 15 to the impressive XPS 13, Dell caters for all technology tastes. If you’re on the hunt for a new tablet, the new XPS 10 has been applauded for its long battery life and versatile design – by entering a Dell coupon code at checkout, you can now get 10% off its retail price.
- 10% off HP Pavillion G6
Largely known for being a clothing retailer, a lot of people are surprised to learn that Very sell homeware and technology – and often at a bargain price to boot. In their current sale (no Very voucher codes necessary) you can get your hands on the HP Pavillion G6 for £399, reduced from £499. An excellent all-purpose product, its HD screen means it is a good choice for people who often watch movies on a laptop.
- 10% off Versus Touchtabs
Touted as an affordable version of the iPad, Versus Touchtab actually offers a comprehensive amount of features considering its price. With Kindle capabilities, touchscreen display and compatible with a lot of apps – it’s a steal for under £100. Now in the Currys sale, you can order it with 10% off.
- 40” EXDISPLAY Toshiba with 10% off
With an original retail price of £544, this Toshiba LED TV is now selling for just £487. Although a lot of their outlet deals are second hand, with a 90 day warranty and loads of money off, it’s an excellent way of getting your hands on a new piece of kit. You won’t need any Ebuyer discount code to take advantage of the price reduction either, just visit the online sale.