Awesome tech deals from Takealot and Dion Wired

Massmart may be in discussions to close Dion Wired, but that doesn’t mean you should be afraid to shop there.

Your after-sales support for warranties, repairs, guarantees, and anything else will be handled by Massmart and its other stores – such as Game.

Even five-year extended warranties will be covered by this after-sales support in the event that Dion Wired is closed down.

Here are the best tech deals this week.

Enjoy.


Garmin Fenix 6 from Takealot – R8,989

Garmin Fenix 6 From Takealot


Hisense 58-inch UHD TV from Takealot – R7,299

Hisense 58-inch UHD TV from Takealot


JBL 5.1 studio soundbar from Takealot – R8,999

JBL 5


Lenovo Ideapad 330 from Takealot – R3,999

Lenovo Ideopad 330 from Takealot


Samsung 31.5-inch monitor from Takealot – R3,999

Samsung 31


Samsung Galaxy Tab A from Dion Wired – R5,499

Samsung Galaxy Tab A from Dion Wired


JBL Bluetooth clock radio from Dion Wired – R1,499

JBL Bluetooth clock radio from Dion Wired


Xbox One S 1TB bundle from Dion Wired – R5,999

Xbox One S 1TB bundle from Dion Wired


MacBook Air from Dion Wired – R18,999

MacBook Air from Dion Wired


Xiaomi Mi wireless earphones from Dion Wired – R1,199

Xiaomi Mi wireless earphones from Dion Wired


Samsung 70-inch Smart UHD TV from Makro – R14,999

Samsung 70-inch Smart UHD TV from Makro


Lenovo IdeaPad C340 from Makro – R12,999

Lenovo IdeaPad C340 from Makro


Nintendo Switch from Makro – R6,999

Nintendo Switch from Makro


Sinotec 50-inch UHD TV from Makro – R4,999

Sinotec 50-inch UHD TV from Makro


Samsung Galaxy FIT e from Makro – R799

Samsung Galaxy FIT e from Makro


Razer Abyssus gaming mouse from Raru – R759

Raru


ASUS Phoenix GeForce GTX 1650 Super graphics card from Evetech – R2,999


Redragon Kumara mechanical keyboard from Wootware – R829

wootware


Alienware 24.5-inch 240Hz monitor from Rebel Tech – R5,949

Rebeltech

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