Prime Day Two Brings Big Discounts From Samsung, SanDisk, Razer, and More

October 12, 2022

Prime Day Two Brings Big Discounts From Samsung, SanDisk, Razer, and More

How-To Geek Deals featuring Samsung, SanDisk, Razer, Bose, Western Digital

Welcome to day two of Amazon’s Prime Day sales event! If you haven’t already, be sure to check out our massive Prime Day roundup for all the latest discounts and deals. Otherwise, we’ve handpicked some of the best items and tossed them below for your buying pleasure.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 For $1,389.99 ($410 Off)

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Samsung’s latest and greatest Galaxy Z Fold 4 hit its lowest price yet, just in time for Prime Day. For $1,389.99 ($410 off), you get a superb folding display with Flex Mode that makes it more fun to watch your favorite content, multi-window capabilities unlike any other smartphone you’ve used before, S Pen support for doodling and taking notes, and more. On top of that, our sister site loved its great camera system and long battery life in their official review.

SanDisk 1TB Extreme PRO Portable SSD For $169.99 ($230 Off)

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Although external SSDs aren’t quite as fragile as their HDD siblings, these devices can still fail under the right amount of abuse. Whether you’re rough on electronics, or you’d simply like a storage solution that can endure the occasional accident, you might want to consider this SanDisk 1TB Extreme PRO Portable SSD for $169.99 ($230 off). This external SSD features 4 TB of storage with read/write speeds up to 2000MB/s, all packed into a rugged casing that’s drop, water, and dust resistant.

Razer BlackWidow V3 Mechanical Keyboard For $94.99 ($45 off)

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Whether you’re typing out an email or vanquishing your foes in the latest online game, each keystroke needs to be deliberate and precise, like you’ll find on the top-ranked Razer BlackWidow V3 mechanical keyboard for just $94.99 ($45 off). This keyboard comes with Razer’s clicky green switches with 50 grams of actuation force, Chroma for robust RGB support with up to 16.8 million colors, and an ergonomic wrist rest to keep you comfortable during work and play.

Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 For $269 ($110 Off)

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Bose is known for making premium audio equipment, and these noise canceling headphones are right up there with the best. For $269 ($110 off), the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 feature deep bass that sounds full and balanced at any volume, 11 active noise canceling modes to help drown out all different types of external sounds, and you can listen for up to 20 hours on a single charge. They even include Amazon Alexa support so that you can control these Bose headphones with just your voice.

WD_BLACK 5TB P10 Portable External Hard Drive for Xbox and PC For $119.99 ($30 Off)

Video game install sizes are seemingly growing by the year. And while it’s understood that games run their fastest on speedy SSDs, classic HDDs are great for storing large video game collections, especially considering how affordable they are. Through Prime Day, you can grab this WD_BLACK 5TB P10 portable external hard drive for Xbox and PC for $119.99 ($30 off). It features 5 TB of storage, 130MB/s read/write speeds, and it comes with one free month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

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