Looking for a new set of earbuds? The Sony WF-C700N are on our list of the best earbuds for being the best you can get with affordable active noise cancellation, and we’ve just spotted a choice discount on them this week. There truly isn’t anything better at this point, and they’re now an even better purchase at NZ$60 off. The discount is available from PB Tech, or scroll down to read a bit more about these Sony earbuds.
There’s also excellent deals available on gaming laptops, with two models from HP being discounted by up to 30%. They both come packing Intel processors and RTX 30-series GPUs, with prices starting from NZ$1,999.
Those keen on an Android tablet will be happy to hear we’ve found a discount on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE, which comes boasting fantastic battery life, dual stereo speakers and a very decent 12.4-inch display.
Deals added Monday, September 11
Sony WF-C700N |
NZ$198 NZ$138 on PB Tech NZ (save NZ$60)
We gave these earbuds a full five stars in our Sony WF-C700N review. While they’re missing the audiophile-grade LDAC codec and DSEE upscaling you’ll find in Sony’s more premium earbuds, the Sony WF-C700N buds have the most detailed, immersive audio at this level and price point. We’re happy to report that they’re incredibly comfortable to wear, and we think they look pretty great, too.
This gaming laptop comes equipped with a 12th-gen Intel i5 processor and an RTX 3050 graphics card, which would be good for entry-level gaming at 1080p. The 15-inch screen has a high refresh rate at 144Hz, though we wish the screen was brighter than 250 nits. We like the port selection on this laptop too, with two USB-A ports, a USB-C and a HDMI slot. Buy directly from HP and save NZ$499.
Gaming laptops can be a pricey investment, so it’s always good to bag one while it’s on sale. This 16-inch HP Omen is now 30% off, and it comes with a 12th-gen Intel i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and an RTX 3060 graphics card. If you were wanting a 40-series GPU, HP NZ has discounted options starting from NZ$3,439.20.
The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is one of Samsung’s mid-range tablets, and now there’s almost NZ$180 off when you buy it directly from the maker. It’s a 12.4-inch tablet with Samsung’s S Pen included in the box, which is great for digital artists or anyone who wants to jot down notes. In our Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE review, we found this tablet also has outstanding battery life, making it ideal for binge-watching or gaming.
Looking for a new monitor for work? This 31.5-inch option from Philips is an IPS panel with 4K resolution. The rear of this monitor packs four USB-A slots and one USB-C port, which should make it easy to connect your laptop, keyboard, mouse and anything else you need. There’s also a pop-up webcam on this monitor, but you can put it away at any time. Pick up this deal from PB Tech.
Previous days' deals that are still available
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 | from NZ$1,879 on Samsung NZ (get a bonus store credit up to NZ$300 + NZ$200 trade-in boost)
The Flip 5 has addressed its predecessors biggest design flaw, which was the visible gap between the screens when folded. The result is a slimmed down look with no more gap, and a much larger screen on the front that’s actually useful. If you buy the 256GB model from Samsung, you’ll get a NZ$200 store voucher, while the 512GB version comes with a NZ$300 store credit, but you must use the voucher at the time of purchasing. You’ll also get a NZ$200 trade-in boost if you’ve got an older phone to hand in.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 | from NZ$2,849 on Samsung NZ (get a bonus store credit up to NZ$600 + NZ$300 trade-in boost)
The latest Fold 5 is thinner and lighter than the Fold 4 that came before it, and it finally folds flat when shut, so there’s no gap between the screens. Buying the Fold 5 directly from Samsung will get you a store voucher valued up to NZ$600 – depending on which storage option you choose – but you must redeem it at the time of purchasing the phone. If you’ve got an older phone to trade-in, you can get a trade-in boost up to NZ$300.
FIFA 23 (PS5) |
NZ$79 NZ$55 on Mighty Ape (save NZ$24)
New Zealand may be out of the Women’s World Cup, but you can keep your football dreams alive by playing FIFA. Mighty Ape has discounted the game down to NZ$55 for PS5, which will save you a decent NZ$24. In our FIFA 23 review we found the game had added some surprisingly impactful gameplay features which the decades-old franchise deserves.
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Jasmine Gearie is an ecommerce editor at TechRadar Australia, with a primary focus on helping readers cut through the jargon to find the best mobile and internet plans for their needs. She crunches the numbers to maintain dedicated guides to the latest phones, NBN and broadband plans of all types, and covers the important telco industry news. She also hunts down tech deals on laptops, phones, gaming consoles and more, so readers know where to buy the products they want for the cheapest prices.