Save Big on an Android TV Projector, Portable SSD, and More

December 7, 2022

Save Big on an Android TV Projector, Portable SSD, and More

How-To Geek Deals featuring WEMAX, Alienware, Samsung, Kasa, LG

Welcome back to the first full edition of How-To Geek Deals since the Cyber Weekend rush. To kick off this final stretch of the holiday shopping season, we’ve assembled a heap of sales on a cinematic Android TV-powered WEMAX projector, Alienware desktop gaming rig, Samsung portable SSD, and much more. Let’s get to it!

WEMAX Nova 4K Smart Laser Projector for 30% Off

WEMAX Nova 4K Smart Laser Projector product image

Why waste time and money at the movie theater when you can get a better viewing experience in the comfort of your own home? With the Android TV-powered WEMAX Nova 4K Smart Laser Projector, every movie, TV show, and YouTube video on your watchlist can be its own big cinematic experience.

The WEMAX Nova is a powerful 4K UHD smart laser projector built for home living rooms, theaters, and more. As a short-throw solution, it’s designed to work in small spaces. In fact, at just 19 inches from your biggest indoor wall, you can get a substantial 150-inch picture with up to 2100 ANSI lumens of brightness (that’s a lot) for viewing content on your favorite Android TV apps, including Disney+, Hulu, HBO Max, and Showtime. To learn more about the WEMAX Nova, check out our full article.

You can grab the WEMAX Nova 4K Smart Laser Projector today for $1,889.99 ($810 off). There isn’t a set expiration date on this deal, so there’s no telling how long it’ll last. If you want one, it’s best to get it while you can.

Alienware Aurora R13 Gaming Desktop For $2,299.99 ($530 Off)

Alienware Aurora R13 Gaming Desktop sitting beside a computer monitor

Alienware has a habit of throwing high-performance parts in some of the most unique casings they can come up with, and the R13 gaming desktop is no exception. This beast features a powerful 12th generation Intel Core i7 processor paired up with a wicked-fast GeForce RTX 3080 Ti GPU and 16 GB of RAM that’s expandable up to 128 GB (sold separately). All of it is kept cool using Alienware’s liquid-powered Cryo-Tech system, making the Aurora R13 a true gaming powerhouse to be reckoned with.

Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD For $89.99 ($70 Off)

Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD sitting on a sound board beside a laptop

The Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD is back down to its lowest price ever this week. At just $89.99 ($70 off), you get 1 TB of fast storage and quick USB 3.2 Gen2 technology to keep pace with whatever you throw at it. It’s even small (and rugged) enough to shove in a pocket, bag, or purse, thanks to its durable outer shell and IP65 water resistance rating.

Kasa Smart Plug Mini For $12.99 ($7.00 Off)

Kasa Smart Plug Mini product image

The market is rife with new smart home devices, but for those who want to give their old gadgets a new-age upgrade, there’s a quick and easy fix. The Kasa Smart Plug Mini, now at its lowest-ever price of $12.99 ($7.00 off), is a small outlet extender with a standard three-prong design. Simply plug in an old lamp, TV, toaster, etc. and instantly control it with your smartphone or voice commands through Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. You can monitor energy consumption and set on/off schedules, too. You don’t even need a central hub to run these operations; everything happens on-device.

LG UltraWide QHD 34-Inch Curved Computer Monitor For $319.99 ($150 Off)

LG UltraWide QHD Curved Monitor on a purple and pink background

The more you can see, the more you can do on this LG UltraWide curved computer monitor. Dropping down to its lowest price since it launched in September, this LG monitor features a massive 34-inch QHD display that curves around as you sit at your desk, making content feel more immersive. It supports HDR 10 for vibrant colors, and it includes Dynamic Action Sync, which prevents latency between your input devices and the display, making it a great solution for both professionals and gamers alike.


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