Save hundreds on MacBooks, Samsung Galaxy phones, GoPro cameras and more in DWI’s New Year’s Sale

Posted: 10 January 2018 6:57 am News


Stock up for 2018 with deep discounts on smartphones, laptops, tablets and more.

Whether you're heading back to school or trudging back to work, there's one thing that makes the end of the holidays slightly more tolerable: picking up a shiny new gadget or two to play around with – strictly to improve your productivity, of course. The new year just feels more manageable when you've got a slick new laptop or phone by your side.

To make sure you're properly equipped to take on 2018, you'll want to scoot on over to DWI and stock up on the powerful deals available in its New Year's tech sale. From a massive $400 discount on the sleek 13-inch MacBook Air to $200 off the sturdy GoPro HERO6, there are some seriously impressive savings to be had on a wide range of popular gadgets.

With so many cracking deals on offer, we've plucked out our top picks and plopped them into the table below for you to check out. If you'd rather browse the full sale on your lonesome and splurge on a 2018 gift for yourself. For surviving the apocalypse that was 2017, you've earned it.

Product Discounted price Buy it
Plantronics BackBeat Fit 2 wireless headphones $105.00
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 Wi-Fi $280.00
Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro Dual SIM 32GB $314.00
Beats Studio3 wireless headphones $345.00
GoPro Hero 6 Black $579.00
Microsoft Surface Pro (i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD) $1089.00
Apple MacBook Air 13 (i5 1.8GHz, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD) $1089.00

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