More than just a stunning 27-inch high-resolution LED-backlit display, the Apple Thunderbolt Display is the ultimate docking station for Mac notebooks. It lets
you move data between your Thunderbolt-enabled Mac and compatible devices with lightning speed. A Thunderbolt port, a FireWire 800 port, three USB 2.0 ports, and a Gigabit Ethernet port make it a plug-and-play hub for everything you do. The Thunderbolt port alone lets you connect as many as six devices.
You’ve never seen a display quite like this:
- Thunderbolt I/O technology for lightning-fast data transfer and daisy-chaining up to six peripherals
- Works with all Thunderbolt-enabled Mac computers, including MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac,
Mac Pro, and Mac mini
- 27-inch glossy LED-backlit widescreen display
- 2560-by-1440 resolution
- Thunderbolt port, FireWire 800 port, three USB 2.0 ports, and Gigabit Ethernet port
- MagSafe connector that powers and charges your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air
- Ambient light sensor
- Built-in FaceTime HD camera and microphone
- Built-in speaker system
Our everyday price for the Apple Thunderbolt Display is $999.99, and it’s an excellent value at that price point. But this week, while they last, we’re selling them for just $799.99!
This offer runs from Friday, February 26th to Thursday, March 3rd, 2016, or while supplies last. Limit one display per customer. Sorry, no rain checks. TM and © 2014 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.
Protect your notebook from theft by locking it down. T-Bar locking mechanism and super-strong carbon tempered steel cable provide maximum protection that attaches to the industry standard Kensington security slot found in 99% of notebooks.
- 6 ft, 5.5mm carbon strengthened steel cable anchors your notebook to a desk or immovable object
- Attaches to 99% of notebooks with the T-Bar locking mechanism for superior strengthBuilt-in defense system guards against lock tampering
- Safe Pro exceeds industry standards for tough security applications
- Free Register & Retrieve on-line key registration for secure key replacement
The retail price for this security system is $49.99, and our regular price is $44.99. Yet this week, while they last, we’re crazy enough to let them go for a mere $9.99. Now you have no excuse for not locking down all your expensive electronics.
This offer runs from Friday, February 12th to Thursday, February 18th, 2016, or while supplies last. Sorry, no rain checks.
A great-sounding mini cube speaker that does so much, yet is small enough to take anywhere! It’s not only portable – it’s rechargeable, via the nearest available USB port. It’ll play from any source that supports its 3.5mm stereo jack (and yes, a cable is included). It’s a digital clock, with flashing LEDs on demand. Its built-in FM tuner and antenna let you capture over-the-air broadcasts. It even has a microSD card slot, allowing you to load up a media card with your favorite tunes or podcasts and play away. All in an ultra-portable two-inch cube.
In short, you’ll quickly find this an indispensable traveling companion. Normally selling for 30 bucks, this week we’re letting them go for a crazy-low $9.99.
This offer runs from Friday, February 5th to Thursday, February 11th, 2016, or while supplies last. Sorry, no rain checks.
This week’s DOTW is a “twofer.” Either one of these would be a pretty good deal for 10 bucks. But both of them, bundled together for four dollars? That’s a GREAT deal!
That single “lighter socket” in your car? Gadget #1 triples it. Suddenly, you’ve got three 12-volt power sources for all the devices in your digital life. Oh, the gadgets you could power – simultaneously!
One of those devices could, in fact, be the second half of the twofer, Gadget #2: a two-port USB charger, one into which you may plug your iPhone, iPod, GPS, USB-powered fan – pretty much any kind of USB-powered device.
And, as we said, you get both for one penny under four bucks.
|This offer runs from Friday, January 22nd to Thursday, January 28th, 2016, or while supplies last. Sorry, no rain checks.
With Labor Day weekend wrapping up, people are hitting the mall and other retail shops for some last minute back-to-school shopping. Randa Gore, reporter for Medford’s KDRV Newswatch 12, is at Connecting Point with the story.