So we’re having a Mac sale.
It starts today, and runs through Monday, August 31st. The occasion? The end of summer, when we put away the croquet mallets, deflate the Tahitis, and contemplate heading back.
Back to work. Back to school. Back to civilization.
We’d like to ease the transition a bit. You want to hit the ground running this fall, be it at school, work, home, or Mars. And the best way to do that is with a new Mac from Yours Truly.
Epson Expression Home XP-420 All-in-One Printer/Scanner/Copier. MSRP: $99.99
So we’re having a Mac sale. Besides up to 18-months interest-free financing and our generous trade-in offers for your late-model used PCs and Macs, we’ve gone one very large step further:
Buy any new Mac from Connecting Point, and you can pick up a new Epson Expression Home XP-420 All-in-One printer/scanner/copier for 25 bucks. Wait, what?
This Epson normally retails for $99.99. That’s, like, 75% off.
Do we have your attention? Cool. Find out more here.
Apple has released three new commercials in support of its recently launched Apple Music service. The overarching theme of the ads is the tagline “All the artists you love and are about to love, all in one place.”
One 30-second spot shines a spotlight on Norwegian DJ/producer Kygo:
Another 30-second video showcases popular British singer/songwriter James Bay:
The last ad, entitled ‘Discovery,’ is a full minute long. Rather than concentrating on a single artist, it offers several, including Bay, Kygo, Leon Bridges, and Flo Morrissey. Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor serves as its narrator:
From industry leader Belkin comes a network peripheral slashed to one quarter its original price.
Where else might you find a name-brand Wi-Fi router and four-port Ethernet switch for less than 10 bucks? Sure, the 802.11g standard has been largely superseded by newer protocols like 802.11n and 802.11ac, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a place for this little guy. An apartment, hotel, or dorm room, for instance. Or maybe as a dirt-cheap way to extend your existing wireless network.
These are not refurbished. These are not used. These are not scratch-and-dent castoffs. No, these are brand-new, in their original sealed packaging. The Belkin Wireless G Router/Switch normally sells for just south of 40 dollars. But as this week’s jaw-dropping Deal, you can pick it up for $9.99.
Find out more about this week’s DOTW here.
So last week, Microsoft released Windows 10. Skipped 9 entirely, went straight to 10.
And in so doing, they’ve left us with a big ol’ pile of Windows 8 books, some of which you can see in the photo. Guess you could say we were caught with our pants down, even though the release date for the new version was announced months ago.
But our error is your potential gain. Perhaps you plan to ride with Windows 8 for a spell, and would like to get better at using it. Maybe your mother or great-aunt is loathe to learn yet another user interface, and plans to soldier on with Windows 8.
Well, have we got a deal for you: Take any one of these Windows 8 books home for less than three bucks. These titles have retail prices of between 15 and 30 dollars, so you’ll be saving a lot.
Don’t delay. Hurry down today for the best selection.