Black Friday Deals at OWC and B&H Photo
OWC Black Friday deals. Deals run out when stock runs out, so buy early! Some deals will sell out quickly, some may run over the weekend too. Items that caught my eye:
- DIGLLOYD recommended enhancement bundle for 2013 Mac Pro only $1999.
- OWC Envoy Pro thumb drive 120GB only $99
- MPG favorite TRIPP LITE USB3 hub for only $49 (see MPG review).
- 64GB memory for late 2015 iMac 5K for $774.99.
- Bus-powered 3.0TB OWC Mercury Elite Pro mini Portable for $249.
- Apple EarPods for only $8.75 or Uniden Earbuds Stereo earbuds with Inline Remote and Mic $0.99.
- OWC 12 Port Thunderbolt 2 Dock with free Thunderbolt cable $219.
Build a 1.6TB enterprise-grade SSD box
Intel 100GB SSD for $29 and 300GB Micron for $79 and 400GB Micron SSD for $119.
WOW, the 300GB and 400GB are enterprise-grade with 28% over-provisioning!).
Stick 4 of the 300GB or 400GB SSDs inside a Thunderbay 4 Mini for 1.2TB or 1.6TB of SSD storage in a nice compact box (Thunderbay 4 Mini).
B&H Photo Black Friday Deals
Deals sell out when they sell out. Some like DealZone are good for only a day or a few hours.
Deal Zone Express: “Unbeatable Deals Throughout the Day”, new deals at 9AM, 12PM, 3PM EST. Scroll down page for more savings. Black Friday featured savings, Canon savings.
Deals that caught my eye:
- $450 off mid 2015 iMac 5K
- $700 off Apple 15.4" MacBook Pro Notebook Computer with Retina Display (Mid 2014).
- $80 off LG Google Nexus 5X 16GB Smartphone (Unlocked, Black)
- $50 off Apple Watch Sport Smartwatch (38mm, Space Gray Aluminum, Black Band)
- 50% off X-Rite ColorChecker Passport
Find by % savings, by brand, by category:
Macs, 4K Television, Printers, SONY, Nikon, Canon, Olympus, ZEISS, ALL DEALS...
Turns out that a 15" MacBook Pro Retina makes a darn fine cutting board / lunch tray when out in the wilderness.
The iPhone 6s Plus is terrific for close-ups in tight quarters that would be quite awkward with a regular camera. Too bad the iPhone camera placement is such a usability design failure (asymmetric placement of camera, just where fingers want to hold the phone).