Tech specials: DStv HD PVR, Seagate HDD, LG LED TV

HiFi Corp, Kalahari, Makro and Dion Wired all feature tech and gadgets deals this week

July 12, 2013
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This weekend, there are some interesting specials on offer to help you forget about the cold – with everything from camera bundles to notebooks making the cut for the deals of the week.

DSTV HD PVR and Walka bundle (various retailers)

DSTV has launched a nationwide special, offering an HD PVR 2U and Walka bundle for R1,399.00.

The special is available from Dion Wired, HiFi Corp, House & Home, Makro, Pick ‘n Pay Hyper, and other Multichoice agencies and branches.

The special is valid until 21 July 2013.

DSTV HD PVR and Walka bundle (various retailers)

DSTV HD PVR and Walka bundle (various retailers)

Seagate Backup Plus 1TB hard drive (Incredible Connection) – R999.95

Incredible Connection has the Seagate Backup Plus 1TB hard drive on special for R999.95 this weekend.

The 2.5-inch hard drive features USB 3.0 compatibility and Seagate’s pre-loaded dashboard software.

The special is valid until 14 July 2013.

Seagate Backup Plus 1TB hard drive (Incredible Connection)

Seagate Backup Plus 1TB hard drive (Incredible Connection)

LG 47-inch 3D Smart Full HD LED TV (Dion Wired) – R10,000

The LG 47-inch 3D Smart Full HD LED TV is priced at R10,000 from Dion Wired this weekend.

The TV features 3D, 3 HDMI inputs, 3 USB ports and 100Hz TruMotion refresh rate.

The special is valid until 23 July 2013.

LG 47-inch 3D Smart Full HD LED TV (Dion Wired)

LG 47-inch 3D Smart Full HD LED TV (Dion Wired)

Nikon Coolpix AW100 Digital Camera (Kalahari) – R2,799.95

As part of Kalahari’s clearance sale, the online retailer has the Nikon Coolpix AW100 Digital Camera on special for R2,799.95

The camera features 16MP resolution, a 3-inch LCD, 1920 x 1080 full HD video recording,waterproof (10m) and shockproof (1.52m) capabilities.

The special is available while stocks last.

Nikon Coolpix AW100 Digital Camera (Kalahari)

Nikon Coolpix AW100 Digital Camera (Kalahari)

Lenovo Ideapad A2107 tablet (Incredible Connection) – R1,999.95

The Lenovo Ideapad A2107 tablet is on special at Incredible Connection for R1,999.95 this weekend.

The tablet includes Android 4.0, 3G and WiFi support, and a 3MP rear camera.

The special is available until 14 July 2013.

Lenovo Ideapad A2107 tablet (Incredible Connection)

Lenovo Ideapad A2107 tablet (Incredible Connection) 

PS3 bundle (Makro) – R4,599.00

Makro has a PS3 bundle on special for R4599.00.

The bundle includes a 500GB super-slim Playstation 3 console, two Dual-Shock 3 controllers, and 3 trilogy packs, which make up 9 games.

The trilogy packs include the Ratchet and Clank Trilogy, the Uncharted trilogy, and the Killzone trilogy.

The special is valid until 15 July 2013.

PS3 bundle (Makro)

PS3 bundle (Makro)

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