Upgrade your car with a fighter jet-style HUD and more [Week’s Best Deals]


Get the tools and the knowledge you need to build anything you can imagine with Arduino.
Get the tools and the knowledge you need to build anything you can imagine with Arduino.
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The Cult of Mac store added a raft of awesome new gear, gadgets and apps this week. And below we’ve gathered some of the very best of the bunch for your weekend shopping pleasure.

We’ve got a bundle of Arduino tools and lessons, a powerful app for turning Apple Mail into a productivity platform, a full terabyte of cloud storage, and a fighter-jet-style head-up display for your car. Most of them are discounted by more than 80 percent. Read on for details!

The 2017 Arduino Starter Kit and Course Bundle – 84% off

Arduino’s microcontrollers offer an almost infinite number of projects — robotics, games, household gizmos, art projects, you name it. But working with Arduino isn’t like playing with Lego bricks. This requires having and understanding key tools and techniques.

This bundle covers both, including a multi-use ARDX Arduino starter kit and eight e-books clocking in at 15 hours of instruction. You’ll learn the basics of robotics, integration with iOS and Android, coding and developing, wearables and lots more. If you’re looking to get started with Arduino, this is a great resource.

Buy now: Get the 2017 Arduino Starter Kit and Course Bundle for $75, a full 84 percent off the usual price.

CoM - MailButler Professional
Turn Apple Mail into a personal assistant with this highly rated plug-in.
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MailButler Professional: Lifetime Subscription – 97% off

Apple Mail is a hub for all our essential contacts and conversations, making it an ideal productivity platform. MailButler taps that potential by simplifying, optimizing and streamlining all your emails, and offering a suite of simple but powerful tools. Mark emails as to-do items, use a snooze button to temporarily silence them, track whether your messages have been opened, schedule and undo sends, and more. MailButler also integrates with Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Asana and other cloud services.

Buy now: Get a lifetime of MailButler for $34.99 — that’s a whopping 97 percent off the usual price.

CoM - Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage- Lifetime Solution
Get a full terabyte of secure, versatile cloud storage for life.
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Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage: Lifetime Solution – 98% off

Cloud storage is a key element in any data-management and backup arrangement. With Zoolz, you can get a full terabyte of super-secure cloud storage for less than 50 bucks — that’s a good deal. The terabyte is divided among 500GB of instantly available storage, and 500 GB of longer-term “cold storage,” which takes about three to five hours to retrieve.

All data is encrypted via military-grade 256-AES encryption before it leaves the machine. Throw in convenient tools like backup scheduling, bandwidth throttling, icon overlay, file retention and lots more, and this is an offer that’s tough to refuse.

Buy now: Get a lifetime of Zoolz cloud storage for $39 — that’s 98 percent off the usual price.

CoM - HUDWAY Glass Heads-Up Navigation Display
Add a fighter-jet-style head-up display to your car and get essential driving info right where you can see it.
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HUDWAY Glass head-up navigation display

OK, so we don’t have flying cars yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t feel like futuristic fighter pilots when we drive. HUDWAY Glass adds a Top Gun-style transparent head-up display to your car, syncing with any HUD app to present directions, speed and other essential info in a super-convenient, unobtrusive format. This is a great enhancement for driving, especially in low visibility, and an ideal tool for anyone committed to keeping their hands free and their eyes on the road.

Buy now: Get HUDWAY Glass for $49.99.


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