As promised, we’re back with a special Monday edition of the How-To Geek Deals roundup. Today, we’re highlighting some of the hottest Cyber Monday offers on the block, including up to 50% off Cyber Protect Home Office from our friends at Acronis, as well as savings from SanDisk, LG, and more. Let’s do it!
Save Up to 50% On Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office
If you’ve been waiting for this year’s seasonal sales to shop for an all-in-one data protection solution, you’re in luck. Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office is offering its services for up to half off in honor of Cyber Monday, with prices as low as $34.99 ($15 off) for an annual subscription.
Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office, previously known as Acronis True Image, provides advanced cyber protection for all of your important data. Their award-winning backup and recovery services can safeguard multiple devices, allowing you to easily streamline your cybersecurity rather than using several stand-alone solutions.
Completely customize your data protection by selecting which features you’d like to install while Acronis ensures your information stays safe and recoverable. This easy-to-use program is a time-saving, set-and-forget solution. You can keep using your devices as normal while the world-class security and anti-malware system works in the background.
This all-inclusive cyber protection normally costs $49.99, but you can save up to half off with this incredible Cyber Monday deal. Keeping your online data safe and accessible is priceless, but now you can gain extra peace of mind for only $34.99 per year, or less than $3 per month. Let Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office protect your digital world for less before this sale ends later today, November 28th.
SanDisk 2TB Extreme PRO Portable SSD For $219.99 ($290 Off)
One of the best portable SSDs money can buy just hit its lowest price in the last six months (and its second lowest price ever), just in time for Cyber Monday. This SanDisk 2TB Extreme PRO includes 2 TB of powerful NVMe solid state storage with read/write speeds of up to 2000 MB/s, all wrapped in a rugged exterior that’s drop, water, and dust resistant. Basically, it’s a high performance SSD built to withstand whatever you throw at it and then some.
Alienware m15 R7 Gaming Laptop For $1,802.90 ($367.09 Off)
Alienware is one of the top names in the gaming PC market, and right now, you can grab the performant m15 R7 laptop for $1,802.90 ($367.09), one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. This model comes packed with a large 15.6-inch QHD display capable of achieving 240 Hz refresh rates, an Intel Core i7 chip, 512 GB SSD, 16 GB of RAM, and a powerful RTX 3070 Ti GPU. All in all, it’s a worthy machine with enough performance to play the latest AAA titles at higher settings for years to come.
LG UltraWide QHD Curved Monitor For $339.99 ($130 Off)
When it comes to productivity, more monitors are always better. And what’s better than more monitors? An extra-wide one! This LG UltraWide QHD Curved Monitor for $339.99 ($130 off) comes equipped with a QHD 3440 x 1440 display that lets you comfortably use apps side by side, HDR 10 support for improved color performance, and Dynamic Action Sync that reduces input latency, making actions feel more precise and deliberate.
This holiday season is probably the last hoorah for the Galaxy S22 before Samsung unveils its predecessor early next year. If you’ve waited this long to get one, you’re in luck, because it’s been discounted to $749.99 ($100 off). For the price, you get a smooth 120 Hz display, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, 256 GB of storage, and fast-charging capabilities.
Though Black Friday and Cyber Monday are winding down, there will be plenty more great discounts to be had throughout the holiday season and beyond, and you can stay in the loop for all of it. Simply subscribe to the How-to Geek Deals Newsletter to have the best weekly deals sent to your inbox every Wednesday. See you in the next one!
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