Streaming is the new normal, but live performance remains the most powerful way to experience music. Unfortunately, most of us can’t make it to the best concerts and festivals happening around the world. So why not just stream those too?
With WWDC, E3 and more, this has been a banner week for technology. So we decided to round up some of the best deals on gear and gadgets in the Cult of Mac Store. We’ve got 3-in-1 wireless charging docks, VPN subscriptions, portable batteries, and sleek Bluetooth headphones. Most are discounted by more than half, read on for more details:
Macs are remarkably future-proof. After years of use, assuming they’ve been well cared for, they can still hang with the latest in the line. And if you refurbish them, there’s no telling how long their useful life can be, so getting a refurb is a great way to score a solid machine at a crazy-low price.
Take this certified refurbished 2012 iMac, which is compatible with macOS Mojave. Right now, you can get one for just $379.
Now that iPhones are firmly on board the wireless charging train, it’s easier than ever to have full recharging capabilities at all times, all without carrying an octopus’ nest of wires, connectors and adapters. At first glance, the QiStone2 Wireless Portable Charger actually does look like a stone. However, it’s a stone packing 8,000 mAh of power, capable of two to three full wireless recharges of your typical smartphone while you’re out in the world.
If you’re in the market for a set of headphones, you want them to sound great, regardless of how much you plan to pay. So if you find a pair that delivers premium quality sound at a steeply discounted price, that deal should get a serious look. For your serious consideration, the Sinji Bluetooth Headphones offer top-notch audio coupled with portability and convenience, all accessible easily with Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity.
As sophisticated as modern mobile devices are, when it comes to charging they can still be a tangled mess. Wireless charging changes that, allowing clutter-free, fast charging So why not jump at the chance to charge wirelessly at home and on the go?
No matter how many posters or tchotchkes you get, the modern workspace can look pretty bleak. One way to add some life to your desk is to update the necessaries, like charging stations for your iPhone. These wood charging stations from Oakywood do just that, in a variety of designs that make any desktop warmer and more inviting, so we’ve rounded up four of the best. Most discounted by over a third, read on for more details:
We all learn through experience that traveling without a backup battery is risky. Sometimes it’s other people that need recharging, so even better if you have a battery that can charge up more than one device.
Work is one of the easiest places to screw up your posture. Using a monitor stand is a must, so your neck and back don’t suffer for your long hours. Even better if it can declutter your desk at the same time.