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    Getprice News: Daily DealsAt Getprice we want to do more than be your number one price comparison site, from now on we're bringing you daily deals from our huge range of retailers. Here are the best deals we've found today:Sony WF-1000XM3 | AU$199 (RRP AU$278, save AU$79)Sony has managed to squeeze best-in-class noise cancellation, a six-hour battery life and an expansive soundstage into these pocket-sized music makers. This also just might be the lowest price we can remember seeing on them. To make them yours, head to Kogan. Note however that these are an international version of the wireless ‘buds, so only buy if you’re comfortable with that.Amazon Echo Show 5 | AU$99 on Amazon (save AU$30)The Echo Show 5 is available for a small discount. It's small, fits into any space and its a great stepping stone to setting up a smart home, bringing all of Alexa’s smarts to a screen, or supplementing you already in-place smart home gear. Available in both Charcoal and Sandstone for the same AU$99 price.Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark III | AU$839.80 on Amazon (save AU$160.15)This Canon point-and-shoot not only offers a 4.2x optical zoom to get you closer to the action, but will also record at a blistering 30fps video. It's a great vlogging camera for those always on the go, and is  a terrific little camera for taking with you everywhereDell Inspiron 15 7506 2-in-1 | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD | AU$1,589.40 at Dell (save AU$1,259.60)Looking for a new convertible laptop? There’s a massive 40% discount off this 15-inch 2-in-1, bringing the price down to a far more affordable AU$1,589. An 11th Gen Intel i7 processor powers this beast, and there’s a huge 16GB of RAM onboard too. Enter the code LOVEKEANU at checkout to get the full discountHP Chromebook x360 | Pentium Silver N5030 / 8GB RAM / 64GB eMMC | AU$583.20 (RRP AU$729, save AU$145.80)The HP Chromebook x360 delivers on the 2-in-1 experience. It feels like a sturdy, well-built Chromebook thanks to its metal chassis, and the 360-degree hinge means it’s a fairly versatile laptop. It also has support for a stylus pen, though it’s sold separately. You can now save 20% on the Chromebook when you buy from HP.Dell 27-inch 4K monitor (S2721Q) | AU$324.85 at Dell (save AU$174.15)If you’re looking for a new monitor for your work-from-home setup, then this discounted Dell could fit the bill. It’s a 27-inch IPS panel, so you’ll get excellent colour over a wide viewing angle. 4K resolution will bring out the fine detail, and AMD FreeSync support will keep visuals smooth and tear-free. It’s already discounted at Dell, but use the code LOVEKEANU at checkout to knock it back even further, saving you AU$174.15.Nintendo Switch | AU$399 on Amazon (save AU$70)This very solid discount from Amazon isn't the biggest we've seen, but it's a nice discount for anyone in the market for this popular gaming device. Available in both the Grey Joy-Con version and the Neon one.Oculus Rift S | AU$499 (RRP AU$649, save AU$150)Not even Black Friday delivered such a low price on the Oculus Rift S. This is a PC-tethered VR headset, so you’ll get far more detail and immersion than you would with a wireless version such as the Oculus Quest. This headset was discounted down to AU$470 a few days ago, but you can still pick it up for AU$499, which is 23% off it’s RRP.Nintendo Switch + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe + 3-month Switch Online | AU$399 (RRP AU$469; save AU$161)Amazon has unusually kept the Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal on this Nintendo Switch bundle, discounting the console and extras by a massive AU$161. So if you're keen to save a little cash and get a great gaming console that'll leave you entertained for hours, you can grab the Nintendo Switch and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (plus 3-month Switch online) for only AU$399. Available in both the grey Joy-Con version and the Neon one.Razer Blade 15 Advanced Model (2020) | i7 / 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD / RTX 2070 Super | AU$3,002 on Amazon (save AU$1,897)This brilliant gaming laptop has a tough yet elegant build, great specs and impressive battery life. Its 1080p screen boasts a whopping 300Hz refresh rate. This discount offers AU$1,897 off one of the best laptops on the market – still pricey, but you'll have enough left over for nearly two next-gen consoles. Available at Amazon. Google Nest Hub | AU$79 (RRP AU$129; save AU$50)The Nest Hub is now much cheaper than the Echo Show 8, and is a real winner with good looks that will add to wherever it's placed. It has a 7-inch touchscreen display. Google Assistant is compatible with more connected devices in Australia than any other. Pick it up from The Good Guys on eBay, and take your pick from chalk or charcoal – enter the code PTGG5.Hisense 70-inch S5 4K smart TV | AU$1,040.25 (RRP AU$1,695; save AU$654.75)Quite an incredible price for this massive 70-incher from Hisense. It’s 4K and you’ll also be getting Dolby Atmos support, so movies will sound as good as they look. Discounted at The Good Guys’ eBay store when you enter the code PTGG5.Dell G7 17 Gaming Laptop | Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 | i7 | 16GB | 512GB | AU$1,888.80 (was AU$2,999; save AU$1,110.20) An impressively sleek and slim laptop with 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD and a 10th generation six-core Intel Core i7 processor, Dell’s G7 17 Gaming Laptop also packs in Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2070 design graphics card for immersive 1080p gaming. Currently discounted by a total of 31% through Dell’s eBay store when using the code PPIBS20 at checkout – that’s a massive saving of AU$1,110.20!Razer Huntsman Elite gaming keyboard | AU$228.63 on Amazon (save AU$111)This keyboard got a 5/5 star review from our mates over at TechRadar back when it was released in 2018 and it remains one of their favourite gaming keyboards, with Razer's own brilliant opto-mechanical switches providing a fast and satisfying experience for both gaming and typing. This price is a little less eye-watering than usual, saving you a nice AU$111 on what most retailers are selling for. Apple AirPods Pro | AU$339.70 (was AU$399, save AU$59.30)Amazon doesn't quite have the lowest Aussie price on Apple's AirPods Pro at present (that honour goes to, where they're available for just AU$325), but if you're a Prime member you'll score free shipping from Amazon, making this is a pretty good deal on the always-popular true wireless earbuds. We'd expect to see these discounted a little further come next week, but if you don't want to wait (or risk losing out), this is a good lower-than-average price.Fujifilm X-A7 kit | AU$899 AU$685.23 on Amazon (save AU$213.77)A favourite entry-level mirrorless cameras, the X-A7 is small, compact, easy to use and produces beautiful images. It's performance far exceeds its price tag, and its 4K video gives you the chance to capture some beautiful memories in stunning clarity. And you don't need to pay the full AU$899 retail price thanks to this offer on Amazon. Please note that you'll need to wait for stock to arrive, but you should be able to get it delivered well before Christmas.Adjustable Sit Up Weight FID Bench | AU$198 (was AU$233.94; save AU$35.94)Whilst this weight bench isn’t manufactured by a well-known brand, it’s still an essential piece of fitness equipment for a decent price. The bench features multi-adjustable positions on the back, seat and leg to target key muscle groups and optimise gains. Available through Dick Smith for only AU$198.Dyson V8 Absolute | AU$649 (RRP AU$899; save AU$250)If you’re looking for a step up from the V7 range, then this discounted Dyson V8 Absolute is worth a look. It’s a powerful sucker, with a runtime of up to 40 minutes. Like all of Dyson’s vacuums, it’s a versatile machine, and this model comes with six tool attachments so you can make quick work of your cleaning chores. Dyson has slashed AU$250 off the RRP, with no code needed at checkout.Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 | AU$418 (RRP AU$599; save AU$181)In the market for a new smartwatch that can help you achieve your fitness goals? Look no further than the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2, currently discounted by a whopping AU$181! You’ll find working out a dream thanks to this nifty wearable’s 39 workout modes, heart rate monitor and more. Available in Pink Aluminium, you can get the Samsung Galaxy Active Watch 2 at the discounted rate directly through Mobileciti’s eBay store with no discount code required.Dell 27-inch curved gaming monitor | AU$299.25 (RRP AU$399; save AU$99.75)This curved monitor features a 144Hz refresh rate, which is well-suited to its 1080p resolution. It also has AMD FreeSync Premium Pro support to keep your gameplay tear free and fluid. To save AU$99, head directly to Dell.  Dell G7 17 (7700) | i7 / 16GB / 512GB SSD / RTX 2070 | AU$1,888.80 (RRP AU$2,999; save AU$1,110.20)Gaming laptops can be pricey, but here’s your chance to pick up a discounted Dell G7 17 equipped with an Nvidia RTX 2070 GPU. Also running this machine is a 10th-generation Intel Core i7 CPU and 16GB of RAM, giving you high performance without the sky-high cost. There’s 17-inches of screen real estate to enjoy here, and a little RGB flair on the bottom lid. Available from Dell’s eBay store – use the code PD20TEK to knock an extra 20% off.Samsung 65-inch Q60T 4K smart TV | AU$1,495 (RRP AU$1,895; save AU$400)The Q60T is one of the cheapest QLEDs you can score from Samsung, and now you can pick it up for even less. While this TV doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of Samsung’s top-range QLEDs, it still has a vivid colour display and increased contrast. If you’d like to upgrade your telly without breaking the bank, head to The Good Guys.Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones | AU$395 (RRP AU$499; save AU$104)Sony’s newest and best headphones, which are currently ranked the number one wireless cans of 2020, have been discounted by AU$103! With a number of new features, including multipoint pairing and DSEE Extreme upscaling, there’s no wonder why these cans are some of the best. Whilst this discount isn’t massive, it’s still a decent chunk out of the original RRP for such a new and hot item.Apple AirPods Pro | AU$329 (RRP AU$399; save AU$70) Today’s offer is the amazing Apple AirPods Pro with charging case, discounted by a smooth AU$70 through Kogan. If you’re an owner of an iPhone, you'll love these newly designed earbuds that will perfectly fit your ear and block out the outside noise as you glide through the day. Head on down to Kogan’s online store by clicking the link to score this tasty deal Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on PS5 | AU$78 (RRP AU$119.95; save AU$41.95)Black Ops Cold War is the latest installment in the Call of Duty franchise – a gripping story that teleports you back-in-time to the 80s as you hunt down a mysterious Soviet spy. Sound good? Grab it today from Amazon for only AU$78 – that’s a massive saving of AU$41.95.Fire TV Stick Lite + 3rd-gen Echo Dot | AU$89 (RRP AU$138; save AU$49)Amazon has brought the goods by offering a sweet combo deal – get the 3rd Gen Echo Dot and Amazon will chuck in the Fire TV Stick Lite for only AU$30 – that’s a decent combined saving of AU$49! Don’t miss this opportunity and head to Amazon’s store to secure your devices today.Samsung Galaxy S20 5G FE (128GB) | AU$979 (RRP AU$1,149; save AU$170)To infinity and beyond! The Samsung Galaxy S20 is discounted by a cool AU$170. This pocket rocket may be the baby of the family, but this newest addition to Samsung’s flagship family still packs a punch with the latest smartphone tech and 5G connectivity. This great deal is available in various different colours through Amazon. Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700 | AU$482 (RRP AU$599; save AU$118)If you're after a set of decent cans, you can't go wrong with the Bose Noise Cancelling Headphones 700. These flagship headphones offer greater levels of noise cancellation than the QuietComfort 35 II and are also sleeker with an over-ear fit so you can blissfully listen to your favourite tracks without any unwanted outside noise. Amazon has taken AU$118 off these premium cans in black, silver and soapstone.Sony 55-inch X9000H 4K smart TV | AU$1,595 (RRP AU$1,795; save AU$200)If you’re looking for an impressive smart TV that ticks all the boxes, the X9000H from Sony will do the trick and save you a massive AU$200 at checkout. This 55-incher displays a vibrant picture, with excellent colour and contrast. It’s also equipped with Dolby standards including Vision and Atmos, and a processor which makes 4K upscaling looks like child's play. Available through The Good Guys.Pre-order: Samsung Galaxy S20 FE + Samsung Galaxy Buds Live | from AU$999 (RRP AU$1,278; save AU$279)To celebrate the launch of Samsung's latest addition to its S20 flagship range, Amazon is tossing in a pair of Samsung Galaxy Buds Live for free when you pre-order the Galaxy S20 FE.  This early offer ends TODAY (with the new handset shipping on October 9) so don’t dawdle if you want a piece of this deal-pie.Dell G7 17 Gaming Laptop | Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 | i7 | 16GB | 512GB | AU$2,974 (was AU$3,499; save AU$525) An impressively sleek and slim laptop with 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD and a 9th generation six-core Intel Core i7 processor, Dell’s G7 17 Gaming Laptop also packs in Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2070 design graphics card for immersive 1080p gaming. Currently discounted by 15% through Dell’s online store – that’s a massive saving of $525!Garmin Venu | AU$549 (RRP AU$649; save AU$100)Garmin’s version of a smartwatch, the ‘Venu’, has been reduced by AU$100 through Amazon. With a stunning AMOLET touchscreen display and a range of fitness features, the Venu is best suited to those after a fitness watch (rather than an outdoor/sports variant).Dell Vostro 15 7000 (7590) | i5 / 8GB / 256GB SSD / GTX 1050 | AU$1,079 (RRP AU$2,419; save AU$1,340)Save over 50% on the practical15-inch Dell Vostro, bringing the total cost down to an affordable AU$1,079. For this bargain price, you’ll get a 9th-generation Intel Core i5 CPU, matched with an Nvidia GTX 1050 GPU. The Vostro is a part of Dell’s professional series so you can speed through your work-day without any lag. To score this huge saving, you’ll need to enter the code QUT5 at checkout.All-new Ring Video Doorbell 3 | AU$279 (RRP AU$329; AU$50)The Ring Doorbell 3 is a 1080p HD video doorbell that lets you see, hear, and speak to anyone from your phone, tablet, or PC. The Echo Show 5 and Echo Show 8 are compatible with the Ring Video Doorbell 3 so you can combine the two for hands-free chatter with your front door.LIFX Mini Colour A19 LED Smart Light Living Pack | AU$199 (RRP AU$251.96; save AU$52.96) Smart bulbs are becoming more and more budget friendly and it’s one of the easiest ways to start taking your home-tech up a notch. The LIFX mini colour pack comes with four multicoloured bulbs that you can turn off and on by command using your new Echo speaker so you can immediately start creating your dream set up.Amazon Echo Show 5 | AU$99 (RRP AU$129; save AU$30) Suitable for anyone, regardless of age, the Amazon Echo Show 5 is a nifty household smart device that’s voice controlled and can manage other compatible smart devices – along with an abundance of other amazing features designed to make your life easier. Currently discounted in both Charcoal and White directly from Amazon’s website.Death Stranding | AU$31 (RRP AU$99.95; save AU$68.95)One of the highlight games of 2019 has been slashed by a huge 69%! Widely popular among critics, Death Stranding is an action game that sees the hero of the story, Sam, make his brave journey through an apocalyptic world where the human population has been decimated – dodging death while searching for life. If you’re after a cheap thrill, here it is. Fortis 18kg Adjustable Kettlebell | AU$119.99 (was AU$139.99; save AU$20)The 18kg all-in-one adjustable kettlebell from Fortis is a minimalist dream thanks to its compact design, fitting six kettlebells in one. To adjust the weight, you simply add or remove the plates and lock them into place using the safety latch. The Fortis 18kg Adjustable Kettlebell is available through Dick Smith which is currently discounted by 14% – that’s a decent saving of AU$20.TicWatch S2 (Glacier) | AU$159.32  (RRP AU$238.99 ; save AU$130.67)The TicWatch S2 comes with a number of features, including but not limited to, built-in GPS, an accurate heart rate sensor, sleep tracking and water resistance – a great watch for someone who's both into their fitness and loves a good outdoor adventure. Currently discounted by 33% in white/Glacier or 20% in black/Midnight when using code AFFILIATE20 at checkout.Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones | AU$468.50 (RRP AU$549.95; save AU$81.45)Sony’s newest and best headphones that are currently ranked the number one wireless cans of 2020 have been discounted by a reasonable 15%. With a number of new features, including multipoint pairing and DSEE Extreme upscaling, there’s no wonder why these cans are one of the best. Whilst this discount isn’t massive, it’s still a decent chunk out of the original RRP for such a new and hot item.Alienware M15 Gaming Laptop | i7 / 16GB / 256GB / RTX 2070 | AU$2,599 (was AU$3,199; save $640)The Alienware m15 gaming laptop is a fine piece of machinery, equipped with plenty of ports, substantial power, outstanding battery life and sufficient storage space. You’ll be treated to a Full HD screen (with the option to upgrade to 4K OLED at checkout) that will take your gaming experience to the next level. The m15 will let you comfortably play 1080p games on a high graphics setting thanks to Nvidia's GTX graphics card. Immerse yourself into another universe with the Alienware m15 gaming laptop, currently discounted by AU$640. Nespresso Vertuo Plus White Round Top and Aeroccino3 Coffee Machine | AU$321 (was AU$359; save AU$38)Instant coffee not doing it for you? Try the Nespresso Vertuo Plus and save AU$38! This convenient pod machine is incredibly easy to use and produces an amazing cuppa that is sure to satisfy any coffee lover. With its compact size, this machine is perfect for an office or home that has minimal bench space. If your coffee buds are tingling at the sound of the Vertuo Plus, you can grab yours today directly through Nespresso’s eBay store.Sony WH-1000XM3 | AU$308 (RRP AU$399; save AU$91) [EBAY PLUS EXCLUSIVE]In the market for a set of noise-cancelling headphones but don’t want to pay top dollar? Look no further than the Sony WH-1000XM3, currently discounted by a whopping 21%. These headphones are the previous model to the newly released WH-1000XM4 but still pack a good punch of features, including noise cancellation, 30-hours battery life and a killer audio experience that will transport you to a world of your own. This discount is currently available for eBay Plus members only. If you’re not a member, sign up today by clicking here for a 30-day free trial.Google Nest Hub | AU$99 (RRP AU$129; save AU$30)If you’re looking for a relatively inexpensive gift for your tech-savvy dad this Father’s Day, look no further than the Google Nest Hub which you can grab for under AU$100. With the Nest Hub, your Dad can use the Voice Match technology to access his calendar, general reminders and can even make Duo calls to other compatible devices. The Hub can also be paired with more than 100 other smart devices across 50 different brands, so you can connect to a wide range of compatible lights, cameras and TVs from the one device. Make his day and grab a Google Nest Hub through The Good Guys eBay store and save AU$30.Fitbit Charge 4 | AU$199 (was AU$249; save AU$50) Run into Spring with the latest fitness watch from Fitbit – the Charge 4. Packed with plenty of new and improved features, including 24/7 heart rate tracker, on-board GPS and up to a 7 day battery life, you’ll be cheering yourself on as you continue to smash your goals thanks to this nifty fitness wearable. Head on down to Rebel Sport to secure yours today for the discounted rate of AU$199. Offer ends September 6. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 | AU$399 (RRP AU$599; save AU$200)In the market for a new smartwatch that can help you achieve your fitness goals? Look no further than the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2, currently discounted by a whopping AU$200! You’ll find working out a dream thanks to this nifty wearable’s 39 workout modes, heart rate monitor and more. Available in Pink Aluminum, you can get the Samsung Galaxy Active Watch 2 at the discounted rate directly through Catch.Koala Mattress | From AU$600 (get AU$150 off with exclusive checkout code)Wake up rested with a new Koala mattress and save a massive AU$150! If you’ve never heard of Koala mattresses, we congratulate you for successfully coming out of your coma. For everyone else, you would have heard the ravings by now from someone who has purchased the start-up’s surprisingly comfortable mattress. Engineered out of special foam types (and presumably love), you’ll feel relaxed and comfortable as you drift off into a deep slumber. With a 120-day risk-free trial, you’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain with this superb mattress. Try it out today and receive a AU$150 discount by entering the code AFFFUTUREM at checkout.Apple HomePod | AU$299 (was AU$469; save AU$170)Are you a die-hard Apple fan? If so, the Apple HomePod may be a no-brainer – particularly if you’re in the market for a smart speaker. The HomePod boasts amazing sound and is incredibly easy to set up, so you’ll be pumping out your favourite tunes in no time! You can grab the Apple HomePod through The Good Guys for only AU$299 – that’s an incredible saving of AU$170!Beats PowerBeats Pro | AU$293.99 (RRP AU$349.95; save AU$55.96)Feel no pain, only gain with the Beats PowerBeats Pro! Immerse yourself with the impressive sound and deep bass with these stylish earbuds as you lift your next set. If you’re more of a runner, you won’t ever have to worry about losing a bud as they are designed with a hook to secure them in place around your ear. Step up your game with a pair today, available through Kogan’s online store in the BlackFitbit Versa 2 + free Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) | AU$298 (RRP AU$408.95; save AU$110.95) For a limited time only, Amazon is tossing in the 3rd Generation Echo Dot (RRP AU$79) for free on every eligible purchase of the Fitbit Versa 2 – that’s a combined saving of AU$110.95! Both gadgets have Amazon’s Alexa built-in, so you’ll have access to a smart voice assistant in your home and right on your wrist. Offer ends August 23. Huawei P30 Pro (4G, 256GB/8GB) | AU$1,200 (was AU$1,600; save AU$400)When it comes to smartphone cameras, the Huawei P30 Pro is in a league of its own – boasting 40MP + 8MP + 20MP + ToF (time-of-flight) sensors, the P30 Pro’s photographic capability is truly amazing. Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars by our friends at TechRadar, the P30 Pro is available in an array of mesmerising colours and packed with an impressive 256GB of internal storage and 8GB of RAM, making it an excellent choice for those after a high quality smartphone with an impressive camera. If you’re wondering, this model does have Google Play store and Google services as it was released prior to Huawei being placed on the US ‘entity list’. The Huawei P30 Pro is currently discounted by 35% on eBay,  saving you a massive AU$400 from the device’s RRP!GoPro Hero 7 Black | AU$399 (RRP AU$529; save AU$130) Been dreaming of becoming the newest vlogging sensation? Turn that dream into reality with the GoPro Hero 7! While this is not the latest model, it definitely still holds it’s quality with HyperSmooth technology to record steady footage and the ability to shoot in 4k at 60fps – a very good starting point for any aspiring internet celebrity. Grab yours today through The Good Guy's while it's still at this great price Amazon Echo Show 8 | AU$129 (was AU$229; save AU$100)Amazon has discounted the new Echo Show 8 by an incredible 44%! On its 8-inch screen, you can control your compatible smart home devices with your voice or the touchscreen display. You can also play your favourite tunes, stream movies and shows through Prime Video and much more. Head on down to the Amazon store to score yours today.Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II | AU$349 (RRP AU$499.95; save AU$150.95) One of the most popular headphones on the market, the Bose QC35 II is currently on sale directly through Bose’s Amazon store. These favoured headphones have top-notch noise cancellation technology and are incredibly comfortable. Bose also has incorporated Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa support for added functionality. Ecovacs Deebot 710 | AU$399 (RRP AU$649; save AU$250)The Ecovac Deebot 710 is a decent and affordable robot vacuum cleaner that has been discounted by a massive AU$250! It has Google Home and Amazon Alexa enabled, so you can link it to other smart home devices and tell it when and where to start cleaning, all without getting off the lounge. To make this offer even more appealing, you can score a free water tank when using the code DEEBOTD710 at checkoutSamsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 | AU$397 (RRP AU$549; save AU$152)Smash through those fitness goals and be summer ready with the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2! This amazing wearable has 39 workout modes and a heart rate and ECG sensor so you can work up a sweat and know exactly the amount of calories you’ve burned. It also comes with a handy health app that monitors your stress and sleep so you can actively practice mindfulness to be your higher-self.XPS 13 2-in-1 Laptop  | i7 / 16GB / 512GB | AU$2,323.98 (was AU$3,098.98; save AU$805)Get your hands on the Dell XPS 2-in-1 laptop and save a massive $805!  This gorgeous Ultrabook has a 10-generation Intel Core i7 processor and 16GB of system memory. It also packs an incredible 512GB of storage too, so this machine is a great choice if you're in the market for an exceptional laptop at a fair price.Bose QuietComfort 35 II | AU$349 (RRP AU$499; save AU$150)Available in black and silver directly from Bose with a pretty darn good 24% discount is the ever popular QuietComfort 35 II. Each set is available for AU$379 but if you head over to Amazon, you could pocket some extra cash, score a 30% discount and snag one of these great headphones for just AU$349.Amazon Echo Show 8 | AU$159 (was AU$229; save AU$70)Amazon has discounted the new Echo Show 8 by an incredible 31%! On its 8-inch screen, you can control your compatible smart home devices with your voice or the touchscreen display. You can also play your favourite tunes, stream movies and shows through Prime Video and much more. Head on down to the Amazon store to score yours today Samsung Galaxy S20 (128GB) | AU$1,249 (RRP AU$1,349; save AU$100)To infinity and beyond! The Samsung Galaxy S20 is discounted by a cool AU$100. This pocket rocket may be the baby of the family, but this newest addition to Samsung’s flagship family still packs a punch with the latest smartphone tech. This great deal is available in the stylish Cloud Pink colour option so you can stand out from the crowd.Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 | AU$444 (RRP AU$799; save AU$355) Be ready for your return to the gym with the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2, now discounted by a cool 44%. Working out won’t be as hard thanks to this nifty wearable’s 39 workout modes and heart rate and ECG sensor. It also comes with a handy health app that monitors your stress and sleep so you can actively practice mindfulness to be your best self. Ready, set, get going with the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 today and save a massive AU$355! Dyson V7 Motorhead cordless vacuum | AU$399 (was AU$599; save AU$200)Sick of lugging around your bulky vacuum cleaner? Well we have just the deal for you – the Dyson V7 Motorhead cordless vacuum is currently discounted by a whooping 33% through Catch! This magic stick has a 30-minute battery life (6-minute on max mode), a strong suction power and also doubles as a useful handheld vacuum. Pay a visit to Catch and save AU$200 on this essential household device.Sony WH-1000XM3 | AU$346 (RRP AU$449; save AU$153)The best headphones money can buy are currently discounted by an amazing AU$153 through Amazon. If you want the best-looking and most comfortable headphones, and you're all about audio quality, these are the cans for you. Offering a whopping 30-hours of battery life, these headphones will impress even the most critical audiophile. The discounted WH-1000XM3 is available in White directly through Sony’s Amazon store. They’re also available in Black for only AU$378.Apple AirPods (2019) with charging case | AU$202.40 (RRP AU$249; save AU$46.60)If you missed last week's AirPod bargain, there’s no need to fret as you can still score a pair of the popular Apple AirPods with a charging case for only AU$202.40 – that’s a decent saving of AU$46.60. While it’s not the biggest discount we’ve seen, this is your chance to snap up the stylish earbuds at 18% off the RRP. Just enter the code P15LIGHT at checkout to make them yours.Nintendo Switch Lite | AU$294 (RRP AU$329; save AU$35)It’s not a huge reduction in price but if you’re keen on grabbing yourself the smaller, lighter and handheld version of the original Switch, then head on down to Amazon’s online store to secure yourself a Nintendo Switch Lite for 11% off the RRP. You can get the grey, turquoise and yellow colour options at the price of AU$294.Dell Vostro 15 3000 | i7 / 8GB / 512GB / MX230 | AU$1,279 (RRP AU$2,139; save AU$860) If you're in the market for a business laptop on a budge, the Dell Vostro is the perfect mid-range claimshell that has been discounted by a whopping 40%! Designed to get you through your work day with ease, the Vostro also has a discrete graphics card that will help when it comes time to switch off. While the MX230 isn't a powerful GPU, it will run some basic gaming when you require a little distraction. A 40% discount sees a cool AU$860 slashed off the RRP, and you can use the checkout code EOFY5 to score an additional 5% off. That brings the final price down to just AU$1,215 
  • The best ereaders for Aussies in 2020
    The best ereaders for Aussies in 2020Because reading is dreaming with your eyes openAs time goes on, it seems the likelihood of the Covid-19 pandemic dissipating into a distant memory any time soon is unlikely. Even though the hopefulness remains, we’re starting to accept that our schedules will be filled with boat-loads of free time for the foreseeable future. To fill the gaps in our mental calendars, some have chosen to binge on the latest Netflix series or commence those long-delayed home improvement projects (or both), but if you’re after something to pass the time that doesn’t involve a lot of money, commitment or physical labour, reading might be right up your alley.If you speak to any avid reader, they will tell you how good it is to curl up with a good book, a warm cuppa and your favourite biscuit, ready to immerse yourself in the fictional (or fact-based) world you’re about to enter. In these socially distanced times, an ebook is perhaps the best way to access a wide variety of digital books that can instantly be downloaded from the comfort of your couch. Although, if you’re someone that has a tablet or a smartphone with a large screen, you could easily use Amazon’s Kindle app to gain access to a wealth of literary content.The good news is that there are only two companies in Australia that sell ereaders (Amazon and Kobo), so it's relatively easy to make the decision on which ereader you should go with.To make the process even easier, we’ve narrowed down the top five ereaders on the market today that will suit a variety of needs and budgets and which will get you started quick-smart.Kindle OasisRRP: AU$399 | Official Amazon product pageThe Kindle Oasis is Amazon’s top ebook reader, one that promises to give you an immersive reading experience. With its 7-inch display and E Ink technology making words sharp and clear, you’ll wonder why you didn’t make the switch from paperback to digital years ago. The newest model is Amazon’s lightest so far, and also includes IPX8 waterproofing so you can relax in the bath or next to the pool without the worry of damaging your precious ereader.If your eyes are on the sensitive side, you can adjust the backlight from white to warmer yellow hues to reduce straining. You can also schedule the backlight to change at a certain time – for example, you can set the device's screen to become warmer at night for a mellow bedtime read. Designed for ease of use, the Oasis’ sleek-looking aluminium chassis can comfortably sit in one hand (left or right) allowing you more freedom to get comfortable and become entranced by the words on your screen. With the inclusion of WhisperSync support, you can continue reading where you left off on the Kindle app, or another Kindle device (as long as you are connected to the same Wi-Fi network), so you’ll never lose your place. Storage on this device isn’t bad, either – with the baseline model holding 8GB, escalating to a massive 32GB on the premium version, you’ll have more than enough storage to hold your digital library. While all models can be connected to Wi-Fi, there’s also an LTE option that enables you to download ebooks from the Kindle Store no matter where you are. In our opinion, this is a great option that gives you freedom of choice. Click here to find the best Kindle Oasis prices in AustraliaKindle PaperwhiteRRP: AU$199 | Official Amazon product pageOne of the more affordable options in the Kindle series – the Paperwhite is thinner and lighter than the previous models, and offers an impressive 8GB of storage on its base model all the way up to 32GB.With Wi-FI and 4G models also available, this Paperwhite will tick all the boxes for anyone after convenient LTE and high-storage options without have to invest top dollar. The Paperwhite has a stunning 6-inch screen with a 300ppi density that makes the words sharp and clear,  creating a better reading experience overall. Like with the Oasis, you’ll also have the ability to adjust the built-in light from white to warmer hues to reduce eye strain, however, you won’t be able to schedule the light to change. Compared to the Oasis, the Paperwhite’s outer shell isn’t as sophisticated or sleek (as you would expect given the cheaper price point). Unlike the Oasis, the Paperwhites chassis hasn’t been designed for single handed use so that’s something to keep in mind when deciding what ebook to get. That said, the Paperwhite does feature IPX8 waterproofing as well as a full day's use out of a single charge – this combined with all-of-the-above, makes this ebook a perfect companion, whether at home or out-and-about.Click here to find the best Kindle Paperwhite prices in AustraliaKindle (2019)RRP: AU$139 | Official Amazon product pageThe Kindle (2019) is an entry-level device that’s perfect for those on a budget who aren’t phased by the bells and whistles offered by the higher-end models.Although this device isn’t waterproof, this no-frills ereader comes with a backlight (without the blue light filter, unfortunately), a 6-inch glare-free display, a decent 8GB of storage and Bluetooth support so you can connect a pair of wireless headphones and listen to your favorite Audible book (if that’s your thing). The Kindle (2019) user interface is basic but intuitive, making reading your treasured novel or intriguing magazine a breeze. It’s also slim and light, making it easy transportable for those on the move. Click here to find the best Kindle (2019) prices in AustraliaKobo FormaRRP: AU$429.95 | Official Kobo product pageEntering the ereader arena is the Forma from Kobo – a close match to Kindle’s Oasis. Although the Forma has a steeper price point than the Oasis, it’s been specifically designed for prolonged one-handed use and has an extra inch of display, that’s a spacious 8-inches in total.As the Forma automatically rotates in both portrait and landscape, you can hold it comfortably in either your left or right hand. Kobo has also installed the newer and quicker E Ink tech in the Forma that requires you to perform a full screen refresh less often and makes the touch more responsive when turning pages or using the onscreen keyboard.Like with Kindle’s Oasis, you can adjust the Forma’s backlight, however, it differs in that is also offers colour-temperature adjustment (which can also be scheduled) – so instead of only having the option to change between the standard white and warm hues, you can opt for a orangey-yellow tone.The downside – the Forma only comes in a single 8GB version as opposed to the Oasis’ 32GB max storage option. In saying that, the reading experience is the most important aspect of an ereader, so if the Forma’s storage is sufficient for your digital library, you’ll likely find it to be a great option. Another great advantage of using a Kobo ereader is OverDrive support, which allows you to borrow books from your local library – a function that most Australian libraries endorse. This is a great feature for a bookworm looking for an ereader that has an expansive selection of reading materials. Click here to find the best Kobo Forma prices in AustraliaKobo Libra H20RRP: AU$249 | Official Kobo product pageKobo’s more budget-friendly option is the Libra H20 – introduced as a more affordable alternative to Amazon’s equivalent and its bigger sibling.Even though Kobo has knocked a couple hundred dollars off the price tag, they haven’t compromised on screen real estate with an impressive 7-inch screen, which is the same size as Kindle’s Oasis and an inch bigger than the Paperwhite.Although it's smaller than its brother, the Libra H20 still packs some of the same great features, like the ability to seamlessly interchange from portrait to landscape mode, OneDrive support and the inclusion ofKobo’s E Ink technology, making this ebook an affordable, fast and versatile compact device.Click here to find the best Kobo Libra prices in Australia
  • Best espresso coffee machines
    Which espresso coffee machine? The most popular models in Australia for 2019Getprice reveals Australia's most-wanted espresso coffee machines. Find the best model for your needs here!If you’re in the market for a coffee machine, there are several major brands to choose from in Australia. The most popular include Breville, Delonghi and Sunbeam, but more niche brands like Smeg are also readily available. If you want a coffee machine with pods (ie, one that uses coffee capsules purchased direct from supermarket shelves), there are several Nespresso brands to choose from as well. The market is lousy with options, so it’s easy to become confused.The most popular machines are manual, or semi-automated: unlike the coffee capsule Nespresso machines, these require manual handling of coffee grinding (unless it’s built in!) and, sometimes, a little bit of know-how concerning the flow of coffee. Some machines will measure the flow of coffee automatically, but some users prefer to determine this themselves. Our selections, bar one Nespresso unit, tend to be variations of semi-automatic devices.Below is a list of five of the most popular coffee machines, according to our internal data. Most are mid-range, but it’s important to consider what you want from a coffee machine before making a purchase. Do you want a coffee machine with grinder in-built? And do you want this grinder to be adjustable? Do you want to make two coffees at once, and do you want to be able to adjust the taste and strength of your coffee? These are the most pressing questions, though you may also want to get more specific: do you want the built-in water tank to deliver filtered water that can purify your brew? And on the matter of the grinder, these come in two main varieties: the burr grinder or a blade grinder. The former simply cuts your coffee into pieces with a blade, and the ensuing heat can affect the taste. A burr grinder tends to be more expensive, but doesn’t generate as much heat and therefore, has less effect on the taste.Of course, the most important factor is the quality of the ensuing coffee. This usually relies on whether the machine is being handled correctly and the quality of the coffee beans. Capsule coffee machines are perfectly sufficient for many, but many more prefer a more hands-on approach, as they have more power over the resulting brew. Most coffee machines come with a soft learning curve, but once this is surmounted it’ll be well and truly time to ditch the instant coffee entirely.That said, if its pure convenience and minimal mess you’re after, a capsule machine will likely be most appealing: a coffee can be made in mere seconds, depending on the machine, whereas an average espresso machine will normally take a few minutes, from the moment you grind the coffee until the moment the milk is adequately warmed and frothed.Without further ado, below are five of the most-popular coffee machines in Australia in 2019, according to search popularity on Barista Express BES870RRP: $949.95 | More info: Official Breville product pageThis mid-range espresso machine is the most popular on Get Price, and it’s easy to determine why: from grinding to milk frothing, the unit comes with everything you need short of actual coffee beans. The grinder boasts “dose-control”, meaning it’ll grind the precise amount of coffee into your wand, whether single or double shot, and it uses digital temperature control to ensure your beans are being squeezed for all they’re worth. The steam wand is perfect for generating micro-foam (handy for the latte artisans out there), but generally speaking, this is a machine for people who want cafe-quality coffee at home, but don’t want too much hassle involved.Compare prices for the Breville Barista Express BES870Sunbeam EM7000RRP: $899 | More info: Official Sunbeam product pageThis popular Sunbeam has all the home espresso features you’d expect: a milk frother, a wand with both single and double shot floor filters, and a gauge that indicates the optimum temperature for your milk, as well as the coffee pressure. It boasts “thermoblock technology” which helps heat up the unit’s water much quicker than, for example, a standard fare electric jug. Constructed with die-cast metal and stainless steel housing, it comes with a cup warming tray and a three litre water compartment. It may lack of grinder, but this will be a bonus for coffee enthusiasts who want a more specific type of grind than is usually offered built-in on an espresso machine.Compare prices for the Sunbeam EM7000DeLonghi Magnifica S ECAM 22.110.SBRRP: $899 | More info: Official DeLonghi product pageThis stylish and compact espresso machine is loaded with features: you wouldn’t know it at a glance, but the Magnifica S has a coffee grinder secreted in the back, with conical steel grinders and easily adjustable grinding levels. It also uses a tubeless system designed to eliminate remnant coffee powder, resulting in a fresher taste. This machine is especially good for anyone not wanting to deal with wands: it supports both single and double shots, and two singles can be made at the same time. It comes boasting a milk frother, and its heating system focuses on temperature precision. The trip dray can also be removed and thrown into the dishwasher, making this machine a fairly low-maintenance proposition.Compare prices for the DeLonghi Magnifica S ECAM 22.110.SBSmeg ECF01CRAURRP: $499 | More info: Official Smeg product pageSmeg is a respected Italian brand, and their products tend to be very high-end. That said, this minimalist, 1950s styled coffee machine is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it’s quite affordable. What you get is three filter types - 1 cup, 2 cups and paper pods - and a one litre water tank, which can be fitted with an included water filter. It has an anti-drip system as well as a metal milk frothing lever. You’ll only be pumping out one cup of coffee at a time with this model, as its clearly designed for the space (and fashion) conscious. That said, Smeg manages to fit a fully-featured coffee machine into a very narrow footprint, and all you’ll need to buy is a coffee grinding to sit alongside.Compare Australian prices for the Smeg ECF01CRAUBreville Nespresso Creatista Plus BNE800BSSRRP: $799 | More info: Official Nespresso product pagePod coffee machines, aka Nespresso machines, are of enduring popularity, and this model is among the most popular on Get Price. Using coffee capsules purchased separately, this is really all about convenience: it has a three second heat up time, and it’s possible to choose between 11 milk temperatures and eight different texture types. It can fit between eight and twelve capsules at a time (depending on their size), and all of these options are selectable on the unit’s top interface. If you’re as space conscious as you are time conscious, this machine is 40cm deep and 17cm wide: quite small by the measure of espresso machines.Get the lowest price on the Nespresso BNE800BSSDiscover more Australian espresso coffee machines at Getprice's Coffee Makers homepage

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