Editor’s picks – Hot Tech Deals

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Searching for the best deal can be a never ending process.

Knowing what you want is the easy part, but finding the product at the right price is a skill not many are lucky enough to possess.

So ignore all the adverts claiming to save you money, instead listen to Techday, an unbiased voice in a competitive market.

Your quest to find the cheapest smartphone, laptop, TV or whatever can now be left with Shannon Williams, Techday’s in-house tech shopper.

Going Digital

You don’t have to buy a new TV to go digital, but for those who have yet to subscribe to SKY TV or get Freeview and are looking at getting some new equipment so they can still watch free-to-air TV, here are some options.

The Loranz Freeview Terrestrial Receiver is a cheap option that will give you access to all the Freeview channels and allows you to record programmes and play videos. Cheapest at Harvey Norman at only $88.

If you’re still using an old school TV (as in, not a flatscreen – I know you know someone who still has one!), you can go all out and get a TV with Freeview built in.

There’s heaps of options depending on what size you go for, but the Sony 40” is a good starting point. USB play so you can play your own videos and music, plus Freeview built in. $660 at Harvey Norman.

Online Bookstore

Jump into the glorious world of online books with the Kindle Wi-Fi E-Reader.

Good features such as built in battery, and charge either by power point or via a USB cable to your computer.

With access to millions of books, you can store 1400 books at one time. Great travel companion or a Christmas present. On special at The Warehouse for $149 (save forty bucks!).

Looking for something in particular? Email us our requests and we’ll see what we can do.

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