Tech and gadget specials

Mother’s Day weekend brings the tech and gadget specials to SA shoppers

May 10, 2013
Retro TV

With Mother’s Day causing some shopping concerns this weekend, a number of local retailers are offering specials to ease the pain.

Kalahari, Game, BT Games, and Makro have TVs, tablets, cameras and gaming gadgets on special for the weekend.

Google Nexus 7-inch 32GB tablet (Kalahari) – R2,999.00

Kalahari has cut the price on its Google Nexus tablet.

The 7-inch, 32GB, WiFi-only edition is priced at R2,999.00, and features Android 4.2.1.

The special is valid while stocks last.

Google Nexus 7-inch 32GB tablet (Kalahari)

Fujifilm JV300 (Kalahari) – R599.95

The Fujifilm JV300 digital camera has been dropped to R599.95 by Kalahari.

The camera features a 14 megapixel resolution, 2.7-inch LCD screen, HD Ready video recording and a 3x optical zoom.

The special is valid while stocks last.

Fujifilm JV300 (Kalahari)

Verbatim 2TB hard drive (Game) – R949.00

Game has a special on its Verbatim 2TB hard drive this weekend.

The 3.5-inch drive requires AC power and features USB 3.0.

The special is valid while stocks last.

Verbatim 2TB hard drive (Game)

LG 47-inch 3D FHD LED TV (Makro) – R7,999

Makro has a special on the LG 47-inch 3D FHD LED TV this weekend, priced at R7,999.

The TV features 3 HDMI inputs and 1 USB port.

The special is valid until 13 May 2013.

LG 47-inch 3D FHD LED TV (Makro)

PS Vita Wi-Fi bundle and game (BT Games) – R1,999.90

BT Games has a special on its PS Vita WiFi Bundle.

The bundle includes the WiFi-only handheld console, and Assassin’s Creed Liberation.

The special is valid while stocks last.

PS Vita Wi-Fi bundle and game (BT Games)

More gadget news:

Sony extended warranty announced for South Africa

Monster-sized Samsung UHD TV gets monster SA price

Wearable robots

Tags: BT Games, gadget, gadget deals, Game, Headline, Kalahari, makro, tech deals

Anonymous News Tip
Free Email Newsletter:
Subscribe
X

Anonymous News Tip






Captcha image
Not readable? Change text.

sending

Shutterstock is the image partner of MyBroadband – technology images can be found here

Join the conversation

Connect with MyBB

twitterfacebookandroidappleblackberrynewsletterfeed

Poll

Are you using public WiFi hotspots to connect to the Internet in places like airports, restaurants or shopping malls?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

More News

MTN’s 79c per minute changes the game

MTN 79c

It’s notable that MTN’s gone from being attacked to the one doing the attacking

Single line of code that broke online security

OpenSSL

OpenSSL’s security loophole, dubbed Heartbleed, has revealed a fundamental truth about the internet: we should not take goodwill for granted

Sponsorship causes MTN tender investigation — report

MTN logo

MTN has considered a potential conflict of interest in extending a contract awarded to the company that manages its call centres, the Sunday Times reported

Black manufacturers will benefit from digital TV policy — DoC

Non-compliant DVB-T2 set-top box in South Africa

Spokesman for the department of communications, Siya Qoza, hits back at those critical of encrypted set-top boxes and his department

bool(true)