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Dell’s ultrathin Latitude 2-in-1 with wireless charging tricks is now on sale

Dell has unleashed a pair of new hybrid laptops in the Latitude range, with a thin-and-light notebook that boasts wireless charging, alongside a fresh 13-inch spin on its 360-degree convertible which Dell has previously claimed to have the best battery life ever seen in a 2-in-1.

So let’s start with the Latitude 7285 12-inch convertible notebook, initially revealed at CES back at the start of the year. Dell notes that this is a premium tablet with a detachable keyboard, and claims it’s the thinnest and lightest commercial 2-in-1 running Windows.

Furthermore, it’s the first hybrid to use wireless charging courtesy of WiTricity’s magnetic resonance technology. Cable-free juicing up the laptop is accomplished via a charging mat and there’s also a WiGig wireless dock (accessories which are sold separately).

Dell’s Latitude 7285 is available now, with the base model starting at $1,200 (£925) and boasting an Intel Core i5-7Y54 processor, along with 8GB of RAM and a 128GB SSD. The charging mat will set you back $200 (£155), and you can also get a companion wireless charging keyboard for $380 (£295).

Greater Latitude

The other addition to the range is the Dell Latitude 7389 convertible, which is a new take on the Latitude 5289, delivering all the same goodies as the latter, but with a 13-inch display (as opposed to a 12-inch).

So just like its sibling, the 7389 has a 360-degree hinge that allows for it to be used in tent, stand or tablet modes (or as a normal notebook, of course), and a rather storming claimed battery life of up to 17 hours. The 2-in-1 also has a Full HD touch-capable Gorilla Glass display which is non-reflective and smudge resistant, plus it supports Dell’s stylus (the active pen).

The Latitude 7389 will be launched in August, with the exact price still to be confirmed. For reference, the current Latitude 5289 starts at $900 (£695).

All of these Latitude laptops boast security features that will make business users very happy, including TPM 2.0, ControlVault (isolated credential authentication) with FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification, not to mention Dell’s Client Command Suite for easier device management.

      

The best free DVD burning software 2017

Cloud storage may be more popular, cheap and accessible than ever, and portable USB drives still have their place, but there’s a lot to be said for optical storage like DVDs too. If you want to back up data, it makes sense to have a physical copy as well as one stored in the cloud, for instance, and customized DVDs filled with video footage and photo slideshows make great gift after a wedding or other special event. That’s why you need DVD burning software.

As with so many types of software, burning tools can be on the expensive side — but this doesn’t need to be the case. There are some great free DVD burners around, and we’ve rounded up the very best so you can choose the one that’s right for you. If you want create a video DVD, for example, you can install a program dedicated to that task, whereas others are better suited to disk images.

If you want a free DVD burner for creating video DVDs, WinX DVD Author is the tool for you. It can be used to transform just about any video file (MKV, MP4, FLV, MPEG, MOV, RM, RMVB, H.264, AVI) into a disc that you can use in a regular DVD player, complete with interactive menus.

You can add multiple videos to a disc, the program will help you to create menus, and you can also trim videos if you only want to include a snippet from them. If you want to make more substantial changes before burning your DVD, check out our guide to the best free video editing software.

There are customizable menu templates to choose from, and you can even add background music. Support for subtitles is a very nice touch, and you can also convert videos into VOB files, or burn existing VOBs to a DVD.

On top of all this, there’s a standard DVD burning component that you can use to back up data of any description, although this is very much a no-frills part of the program. If you want a free DVD burning program specifically backing up your important files, read on for more options.

Download here: WinX DVD Author

With support for data and audio CDs, data DVDs, and ISO burning and creation, just about the only thing missing from Burn4Free DVD Copy is the option to create video DVDs.

This free DVD burning software looks a little basic, and you have to watch out for menu items and toolbar buttons that link to paid-for extras. All of the basics are covered though, so if you’re looking for a simple everyday free DVD burning program, this could well meet your needs.

While the software itself is great, the same can’t be said of the installer. Burn4Free uses a download manager that offers to install extra software you might not want. You can opt out by hitting the Decline button, so watch out for it.

You’ll also be invited to install trial versions of other software from the same company, but only the main Burn4Free DVD Copy program is free.

Download here: Burn4Free DVD Copy

CDBurnerXP has been around for a very long time – as you can tell from its name – and the reason it’s endured for so long is that it does its job so well. It looks very simple at first glance, but looks can be deceiving.

This free DVD burning software lets you create a range of discs, including audio CD, MP3 CD, data DVD, video DVD (albeit from existing VIDEO-TS folders). It can also work with disc images, and create direct copies of existing CDs and DVDs.

Whichever option you choose, you’ll find the interface is simple to use, support drags and drop, and needs little explanation. CDBurnerXP just gets the job done.

When downloading the software, make sure you’re not tricked into installing an unnecessary browser extension. There’s also a bundled copy of the Opera web browser, but you’re given enough warning to opt out if you’re not interested.

Download here: CDBurnerXP

BurnAware Free is described as “full-fledged, easy-to-use burning software”, and that’s a pretty neat summary. This free DVD burner has a huge number of features to offer, and manages to rival paid-for alternatives in many ways.

In addition to CDs and DVDs, BurnAware Free supports Blu-ray burning, and if you’re looking to use it for backup purposes, you’ll be pleased to hear that it can span burns across multiple discs if necessary. You can create and burn disk images too, and any task you undertake is wonderfully fast.

The interface is clean, clear, and a joy to work with, and it’s so simple to use it serves as a great introduction to the world of disc burning for even the most nervous novice.

There’s (optional) Byte Fence adware bundled into the installer, so watch out for that, but apart from that it’s hard not to recommend this free DVD burning software.

Download here: BurnAware Free

Perhaps the closest thing to a free version of Nero and software of that ilk – at least in terms of looks – DeepBurner Free demands more than a cursory glance.

This is a free version of a premium program, so there are inevitably a few limitations to persuade you to upgrade. Opting for the free version basically means you’re limited to creating audio, data or bootable CDs and DVDs, or working with image files. There are no fancy extras, and the interface has something of a utilitarian feel. It’s a shame there isn’t the option to create photo or video discs, but you might not need these options.

There’s also a portable version of the program available, which is ideal for popping onto a USB stick. You never know when it might come in handy!

Download here: DeepBurner Free

      

PayPal payments are now finally available on Apple’s iTunes – in certain regions

Good news if you are a fan of secure payment platform PayPal, as today it has announced that you will be able to use it as your preferred payment method on your Apple devices, but only in Mexico or Canada.

According to the press release: “other countries including the US [will be coming] soon after”.

What this means realistically is just that your money will be coming from PayPal rather than a credit or debit card that you have attached to your iTunes account.

But if you are the sort of person who doesn’t like the idea of having your account details being stored on lots of companies servers, it could be a good way to cut that number down by one.

Once selected, all “purchases of apps, music, movies, TV shows, and books, as well as Apple Music subscriptions and iCloud storage” will then come from your PayPal account.

Tap to pay

What’s more, you will benefit from PayPal’s secure One Touch payments, meaning you can make quick and easy payments on your iPhone, iPad and any device connected to your account like the Apple Watch and Apple TV.

With mobile payment systems like Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay becoming more widespread, paying for small occasional purchases using your phone is getting easier and easier.

Presumably having PayPal set up as your preferred payment option on your Apple devices will turn all these little ‘contact’ payments into PayPal payments, we’ll let you know if this is definitely the case once we’ve had a chance to test it out for ourselves.

Via Engadget

      

Facebook Messenger is introducing adverts

Facebook Messenger has announced that it’s bringing advertisements into its hugely successful messaging platform. It’s been trialing the ads as a feature in Australia and Thailand, and off the back of these “promising tests” is expanding worldwide.

But if you’re worried that the ads are going to pop up in the middle of your chats, don’t worry – it’s not that invasive. The ads will appear in your inbox between chats.

They’ll give you the option to connect with either the company’s website or its Messenger chat account – a large number of companies are now using chatbots on Messenger to foster stronger customer relationships.

Show me the money

When we sat down with Facebook’s head of Messenger David Marcus recently he was reluctant to discuss exactly how many of the company’s chat interactions happening on Messenger were run by chatbots.

But he did tell us: “There are about two billion messages a month exchanged between businesses/services on Messenger. That number has doubled in a year, and that includes automation and human interaction.”

It does make sense for Facebook to try and monetize its Messenger platform, which with its 1.2 billion users is currently an untapped pool for ad revenue.

This becomes even more significant when you consider the fact that Facebook CFO Dave Wehner admitted the company is starting to hit the limit of how many ads it can push into users’ news feeds.

Via Business Insider

      

Amazon Prime Day: Coolpad Note 5 and Cool 1 selling with massive discounts

Coolpad is a big part of Amazon’s Prime Day sales with two of its handsets currently selling with sizable discounts. The Coolpad Note 5 is currently selling for Rs 8,999, which is a discount of Rs 2,000 on its original price. The Coolpad Cool 1 is also available with a discount of Rs 1,000 with the 32GB + 3GB RAM variant selling for Rs 9,999. The 4GB variant is priced at Rs 12,999, although it doesn’t appear to be a part of the Prime Day sale.

Amazon specifies that both deals are only applicable to members of Amazon Prime, so it makes sense to get a Prime subscription as soon as you can to avail further benefits on products. In addition to discounts on items, Prime members are entitled to expedited shipping on Prime approved products and unlimited access to Amazon Prime Video, the company’s on-demand video streaming service.

The Coolpad Note 5 and the Cool 1 are pretty exciting smartphones in the Indian budget segment and the price reduction makes them a hot favorite on Amazon right now.

The Coolpad Note 5 comes with a 5.5-inch Full HD (1920×1080) panel, a 13MP rear camera, an 8MP front camera with LED flash, and the octa-core Snapdragon 617 processor. The phone comes with 4GB of RAM by default accompanied by 32GB of internal storage, which is expandable via microSD. Rounding off the specs sheet is a 4,010mAh battery and Android 6.0.1 with the company’s proprietary CoolUI on board.

Coolpad Note 5 at Rs 8,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 3,000)

The Coolpad Cool 1 features the same 5.5-inch Full HD display on board and comes with the octa-core Snapdragon 652 processor. This is also one of the only budget phones to come with dual-cameras on the back (13MP + 13MP). There’s an 8MP front facing camera on board with “Selfie Beautification” to further enhance your self-portraits. The entry level variant comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage, which appears to be preferred choice for many. The handset comes with a 4,000mAh battery and Android 6.0 Marshmallow with CoolUI.

Coolpad Cool 1 at Rs 9,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 2,000)

You can also check out the best smartphone deals on Amazon Prime Day here.

      

Best Buy, eBay, NewEgg and more are giving Amazon Prime Day a run for its money

Today may very well be Amazon Prime Day, but don’t count out Amazon’s countless rivals. They’re not just watching; retailers like Best Buy, Walmart and Toys ‘R’ Us among others have responded in kind with deals that, in some cases, are even better than Amazon’s.

For instance, Best Buy is running what it calls “Big Deals Day,” while NewEgg is conducting a “Fantastech Sale.” Meanwhile, we have eBay simply running stronger deals than Amazon for several products, and Toys ‘R’ Us taking 20% off the top of everything you buy online today.

Plus, with these deals, you don’t have to get a free trial of anything – they just work. Without further ado, here are the best Prime Day deals you won’t find on Amazon:

The best NewEgg deals on Prime Day

Just $89 for a Google Home speaker: Not one to be outdone by the rest, NewEgg has Google’s smart speaker for even less with a $10 discount promo code, which covers tax to get your Home for truly under 100 bucks.

More than $300 off an MSI gaming laptop: You can score the 15.6-inch MSI GL62M for just $569 all told after a $10 promo code that expires today and a $150 mail-in rebate. That’s a gaming laptop for less than 600 bucks, mind.

Nearly 60% off a DJI Phantom 3 drone: While this is a certified refurbished deal, that you can score a professional-grade drone for a whopping 56% off, down to a cool $349, should not be ignored.

Just $110 for a curved LG gaming monitor: With a $20 promo code, you can score this 25-inch, 2,560 x 1,080 curved gaming screen with a 60Hz refresh rate and 5ms response time. Perfect for more immersive RPGs and strategy games.

Only $60 for a 2TB Seagate portable SSD: A whopping 2TB for all of your favorite music, movies and other files, plus a mobile device backup feature, all for just the price of a new video game, should the end to your data doldrums.

The best eBay deals on Prime Day

39% off a Google Home speaker: While this isn’t as great as last night’s deal, the Google Home speaker can still be had for just $99 today. Either way, that’s still a solid savings on what could be a smart home staple.

$40 off the brand new iPad: eBay has chopped 12% off the price of a brand new, 32GB 9.7-inch iPad, likely the cheapest you’re going to see such a device short of Black Friday. You can even choose your favorite color.

More than $700 off a Nikon D750 (body only): Amounting to a 35% in savings, this incredibly pricey Nikon camera can be had for the relatively cheap price of $1,289.99. Considering it goes for about two grand normally, consider this a steal.

$50 off a Fitbit Charge 2 HR: Widely considered Fitbit’s strongest fitness tracker, you can have it today for just $99. That’s a pittance for a fitness tracker that tracks your heart rate, plus you can choose your favorite color.

$230 off an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8: A super strong phone deal here, score the latest from Samsung, a 64GB Galaxy S8 in the color of your choice for 28% off the retail price. Plus, it’s got a dual SIM card slot.

The top Best Buy deals on Prime Day

$150 off every 9.7-inch iPad Pro model: No, that’s not a typo. Best Buy has shaved $150 even off of every version of Apple’s 9.7-inch, pro-grade tablet, from 32GB to 256GB and in every color the slate comes in.

$80 off a 39-inch Insignia LED HDTV: This just might be the best HDTV of Prime Day, a nearly 40-inch, 720p screen for less than even most 32-inch sets. A V-chip for parental controls and 178-degree viewing angles round out this steal of a deal.

Free Amazon Echo Dot with a Logitech Harmony Home Hub: Today only, you can buy Logitech’s hub device for smart home products and get Amazon’s littlest smart speaker for free. A fine way to jumpstart your smart home journey.

$350 off a 17-inch Asus gaming laptop: This Asus ROG GL702VM, with Nvidia GTX 1060 graphics and a 6th-generation Intel Core i7 processor behind it, is available today for nearly 25% off at just $1,099.

$100 off an Eero Wi-Fi mesh system: The new-age router that started it all, you can score 25% off of a three-pack of Eero Wi-Fi mesh devices, likely the cheapest it’s ever been. Kill those dead spots in your home for less than ever.

$200 off an iRobot Roomba 877: You can have one of iRobot’s self-charging smart vacuums for just $400 today through this deal. This version can create virtual boundaries, too, so it doesn’t go tumbling down your stairs.

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5 best-selling Prime Day deals, according to Amazon

With Amazon Prime Day in full swing, we’ve had an extensive look through all sorts of deals. We’re sure you don’t have hours to spare though, so we’ve picked out the ones that truly knocked our socks off.

Sure, the decent Lightning Deals have been living up to their name and selling out almost straight away, but there are some terrific deals just sitting there, not knowing just how darn cheap they are. Seriously, these are the prices you’d be mad to miss if you’re thinking you’re going to find a better price anytime soon.

The best Amazon Prime deals of the day

Amazon Echo Dot – $34.99

We’re huge fans of the Echo Dot, even at full-price. Usually $49.99, your brand new 2nd-generation Amazon Echo Dot is unmissable at $34.99. The puck-like smart speaker has found its way into millions of homes thanks to Alexa’s intuitive voice-controlled abilities. You can ask it (her?) random questions, set timers (no more burned pizza!), turn on Philips Hue lighting, ask for songs on Spotify and so much more.

View this deal: Amazon Echo Dot $34.99

Xbox One S bundle – $239.99

Here it is folks, your premium pick for an Xbox One bundle on Amazon Prime Day. So what’s in the bundle? Deep breath: an Xbox One S, extra controller, Play and charge kit, Forza 6, Halo 5 and Recore – all for just $239.99. Let’s put this deal into perspective. Recently the best Xbox One bundle around has been about $240 for the console and Minecraft. So getting all these extras, not to mention three excellent games is fantastic value.

View this deal: Xbox One S, extra controller, play and charge kit, Forza 6, Halo 5 and Recore $239.99 @ Amazon

Alternate offer: get the same bundle, plus Halo Wars 2 for $289.99

Fire HD 8 Tablet – $49.99

Amazon’s All-New Fire HD 8 tablet gets a much-needed refresh and today’s $20 reduction makes an already-tempting tablet, very hard to resist. If you own an Echo device, you’ll enjoy this even more as Alexa has also been installed on the Fire HD 8. She’ll be in everything by the Holidays. Sure the Fire 7 is even cheaper (especially today) at just $29.99, but we think the extra $20 for a larger screen in HD is worth the extra cash, especially if you’re planning on watching any movies.

View this deal: All-New Fire HD 8 $49.99

Kindle – $49.99 and Kindle Paperwhite – $89.99

We struggled with which one of these excellent e-reader deals to pick, as they’re both very good value for money and have had $30 knocked off the regular price. The Kindle Paperwhite is easily the superior e-reader thanks to its higher resolution and back-lit screen. But if you know you’re only going to use the Kindle casually rather than most days of the week, you may as well save $40.

View this deal: Kindle $49.99
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Kindle Paperwhite $89.99

GoPro Hero Session Adventure bundle – $149

This is possibly the best entry-level GoPro deal we’ve ever seen. The GoPro Hero Session is the cheapest camera in the range, but still usually costs close to $200. This Amazon deal not only knocks $50 off the price, but then goes and bundles in some useful extras for free. There’s a 32GB memory card, a ‘handler’ stick for easier filming when on the move and a headset strap for hands-free filming.

View this deal: GoPro Hero Session Adventure bundle $149

      

Defend every device in your house with this Prime Day security deal

You can save an extra 17% on the current selling price of Symantec’s award winning Norton Security Deluxe package for Amazon Prime Day.

For the next six hours, the price will fall down to £18.99, a staggering 62% less than the suggested retail price of £59.99.

The package can be installed on up to five devices and the subscription includes 12 months of updates. This offer ends today midnight! So get yours now.

This deal will only last until the end of Prime Day (end of the day on July 11) so we’d recommend buying it if you want to get a free antivirus, a firewall and unlimited, free telephone support.

Symantec’s Norton Security Deluxe utilizes one of the largest global civilian intelligence networks to spot threats faster and even includes a 100% virus protection promise (or you get your money back).

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Amazon Prime Day 2017: 10 best smartphone deals on Amazon Prime Day

Beginning with it’s first Amazon Prime Day event in India, the e-commerce giant brings an array of deals on wide range of products from household products, electronics , apparels and many others, but there are only few smartphone deals that look like a real steal on paper.

We have taken the opportunity to get a few fine selections of exclusive mobile phone offers. So if you are looking for a new smartphone, we’ve got some handpicked deals. From Google Pixel to OnePlus 5, we have got them all for you.

Google Pixel XL

The phone made by Google will be up for grabs at Rs 54,999 down from Rs 67,000 during Amazon Prime Day. That’s a huge discount of Rs 18,000 for the flagship smartphone. The Pixel XL features a 5.5-inch QHD display and runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 backed by 4GB of RAM and an internal memory of 32GB. The Pixel XL sports a 12-megapixel rear and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The Pixel XL is powered by a 3,450mAh battery.

Google Pixel XL at Rs 48,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 13000)

Google Pixel

The younger sibling, Google Pixel like its elder sibling has got a discount of Rs 18,000 which brings down its price to Rs 38,999. The Google Pixel comes with a 5-inch full HD AMOLED display and runs on Snapdragon 821 backed by 4GB of RAM and an onboard storage of 32GB. The Pixel sports the same 12-megapixel rear camera and the 8-megapixel front facing camera like the Pixel XL. The Pixel is powered by 2,770 mAh battery.

Google Pixel XL at Rs 38,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 18000)

LG G6

LG’s flagship smartphone, the LG G6 has received a discount of 31 percent or Rs 17,000 and is now retailing for Rs 37,990 down from Rs 55,000. The LG G6 features a 5.7-inch, 18:9 aspect ratio, QuadHD, FullVision display and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821. The LG G6 comes with 4GB of RAM and an internal storage of 64GB which can further be expanded up to 2TB. The G6 sports dual 13-megapixel cameras and a front-facing 5-megapixel snapper. LG G6 draws power from a 3,300 mAh battery and is water and dust resistant.

LG G6 at Rs 37,990 @ Amazon (save Rs 17000)

Lenovo Z2 Plus

Lenovo Z2 Plus is available at 45 percent discount, Rs 10,999 down from Rs 19,999 during the Amazon Prime Day. The Z2 Plus features a 5-inch LTPS full HD display and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor backed with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. Lenovo Z2 Plus sports a 13-megapixel rear and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The Z2 Plus draws power from a 3,500 mAh battery.

Lenovo Z2 Plus at Rs 10,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 9000)

Nubia Z11 Mini

During Amazon Prime Day, the Nubia Z11 Mini will be available for Rs 9,999 down from Rs 12,999. The Nubia Z11 Mini features a 5-inch full HD display and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 617 octa core processor backed by 3GB of RAM and an internal storage of 32GB which can further be expanded upto 200 GB. The Nubia Z11 Mini sports a 16-megapixel rear and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. There’s a 2,800 mAh battery that provides power to the smartphone.

Nubia Z11 mini at Rs 9,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 3000)

Rs. 1000 off on Moto G5 Family

During the Prime Day, users can get a discount of Rs 1,000 on the Moto G5 family if they pay using Amazon Pay. The offer is only valid for Prime members. Additionally, users can get up to Rs 9,000 off on the Moto G5 family as part of an exchange offer.

Moto G5 Plus at Rs 15,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 1000)

Rs. 2000 off on OnePlus 3T

The OnePlus 3T will be available at a discounted rate of Rs 27,999 during the Amazon Prime Day. The OnePlus 3T features a 5.5-inch, full HD AMOLED display and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 backed by 6GB of RAM and an onboard storage of 64GB. The One Plus 3T sports a 16-megapixel primary camera and a front-facing camera. It draws power from a 3,400 mAh battery which supports Dash Charge.

OnePlus 3T Rs 27,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 2000)

Up to 3000 off on Honor 6X

Huawei Honor 6X will be up for grabs starting at Rs 10,999 and Rs 13,999 down from Rs 12,999 and Rs 15,999 previously, during the Amazon Prime Day. The Honor 6X flaunts a 5.5-inch full HD LTPS display and is powered by the company’s homegrown Kirin 655 octa-core processor backed by 3GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of onboard storage which can further be expanded up to 128GB. Honor 6X comes with dual The Honor 6X is powered by a 3,340 mAh battery.

Honor 6X 32GB Rs 10,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 2000)

Honor 6X 64GB Rs 12,999 @ Amazon (save Rs 2000)

Exclusive access to Honor 8 Pro

That’s right! During the Prime Day, Amazon members will have exclusive access to buy the Honor 8 Pro for Rs 29,999. The Huawei Honor 8 Pro flaunts a 5.7-inch 2K display and is powered by the company’s home grown Kirin 960 octa-core processor backed by 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. The Honor 8 Pro comes with dual 12-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The Honor 8 Pro is powered by a 4,000 mAh battery.

Honor 8 Pro exclusively @ Amazon

OnePlus 5 – Additional 2000 Amazon Pay Cashback on exchange

The newly launched flagship smartphone from OnePlus can fetch you a cashback of Rs 2,000 if you pay via Amazon Pay. The OnePlus 5 features a 5.5-inch full HD display and is powered by state-of-the-art Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor backed by 6GB/8GB of RAM and an internal storage of 64GB. On the photography front, the OnePlus 5 comes with dual 20-megapixel and 16-megapixel rear cameras and a 16-megapixel front-facing camera. The OnePlus 5 draws power from a 3,300 mAh battery.

      

The best Amazon Prime Day deals 2017

Welcome to Amazon Prime Day on TechRadar. The day is in full swing and we’re listing all of the best Amazon Prime Day deals of the day so that you don’t have to endure the horror of browsing the Amazon website.

Behold amazing deals on Philips Hue gear, Trunki suitcases, smartphones, Echo speakers, Kindles and so much more.

If you’re not yet an Amazon Prime member, you’ll need to sign up quickly before you can get any of these deals. You can grab a 30-day free trial easily enough, and if you stick around after that it’s just £79 for the year.

At the top of the page you’ll see our pick of the overall best deals, followed by the amazing deals Amazon is running on its own devices, including Echo, Kindle and Fire TV Stick. Under that, we’ve listed all the best deals by category!

The 10 best Amazon Prime Day deals 2017:

Here find our selection of the hottest Prime Day deals:

Amazon Echo Dot: down to £34.99 from £49.99
The Echo dot is the mini and more popular version of the Echo. It sports a mini speaker and also an audio-out port to plug it into external speakers. It got 4.5-stars from us in our review just recently.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4: down to £476.99 (save £410)
BOOM! An absolutely stunning Prime Day deal right here. This could be the hottest Prime Day deal of them all, in fact. Save £350 on a Surface Pro 4 laptop/tablet hybrid? Yes please. This one could sell out so act fast!

PS4 Slim 500GB: with Overwatch, Crash Bandicoot Trilogy and two DualShock 4 pads – just £179.99
This is a superb PS4 bundle – if you’re been waiting to pick up a console then this could well be the best PS4 bundle of Prime Day. The Xbox One S deal below is also strong – maybe you should get both!

PlayStation Plus: Get 15 months for just £29.99!
Absolutely amazing deal on a 15-month PlayStation Plus subscription here. Get it for just £29.99 which is about £25 less than the usual price.

Xbox One S bundle: down to £179.99 (was £296.21)
Get the 500GB Xbox One S with Forza Horizon 3 and Minecraft and a chatpad and headset AND a second controller all for just £179.99. A brilliant console deal right there particularly if you’re interested in these games (Forza Horizon 3 is brilliant).

Philips Fidelio Headphones: down to £129.99 (save £142.08)
These audiophile-quality cans are less than half price until midnight – although we’d be surprised if this deal lasts that long! The open-back design delivers amazing audio, and memory foam makes them super comfy. Expires midnight tonight

Amazon Prime TV deals: see all of Amazon’s Prime Day TV deals here. They’re available in all shapes and sizes! We’ve selected some favourites below but you can see all the deals on Amazon’s TV deals page.

Philips Hue Starter Kit (E27): down to £89.99 (save £60)
Get started with Philips Hue with a 33% saving on the starter kit! It includes three bulbs and the Hue Bridge. These are E27 bulbs which mean screw fit. For bayonet fittings, see below. Expires midnight tonight

Philips Hue E27 Richer Colour: down to £22.49 (save £25)
Add to your Philips Hue set up with 50% off the new Richer Colour bulbs. Requires the Hue Bridge to work so start wit hteh starter kit! This is the E27 screw fitting version. Ends midnight tonight

Samsung Galaxy S8 | £235 £125 upfront (with PRIMETR code) | 5GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £27.99pm at Mobiles.co.uk
The cheapest way you can now own one of the planet’s best Android phones on contract – enter the code PRIMETR to get £110 off the upfront cost. Total cost over 24 months £796.76 VIEW THIS DEAL AT MOBILES.CO.UK

Oral B Smart Series Toothbrush: down to £50.49 (save £43.51)
This smart toothbrush removes surface stains for a whiter smile, and connects via Bluetooth to a wireless SmartGuide that gives you stats on your brushing. The standard color is black, but it’s also available in white. Expires midnight tonight

Trunki Suitcases: save up to 35% on ride-on suitcases
These things are brilliant for getting the kids (or dad) through the airport in one piece and without getting lost. Lots of different designs are available with discounts today. Try these: Frieda the Cow | Harley the Ladybug | Tipu the Tiger | Terrance (Blue) | Frank the Fire Engine

Amazon Prime Day: Amazon devices deals 2017

In this section you’ll find all of the cheap deals on Amazon’s own devices, whether it’s Amazon Echo speakers, Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets or TV sticks!

Audible: Get 6-months of Audible membership for just £2.99 per month! For that you get one-free audiobook per month – the normal price is £7.99 per month! Amazing deal if you love audiobooks!

Amazon Warehouse: save an extra 20% on open-box products at Amazon Warehouse for today only! A great way to get super cheap deals.

Amazon Echo: down to £79.99 from £149.99
The Amazon Echo is Amazon’s flagship smart speaker, powered by the world-renowned Alexa smart home helper. It’s still the original smart speaker and one of the best. We gave it 4-stars in our review last year.

Amazon Echo Dot: down to £34.99 from £49.99
The Echo dot is the mini and more popular version of the Echo. It sports a mini speaker and also an audio-out port to plug it into external speakers. It got 4.5-stars from us in our review just recently.

Amazon Fire TV Stick : down to £29.99 from £49.99
Amazon’s TV and music streaming stick plugs straight into your TV and instantly smartens it up, bringing you Netflix, Amazon Video, Spotify, gaming, shopping and loads of other things. At £20 off this has to be a must-buy if you don’t already have one.

Amazon Fire TV 4K Ultra HD: down to ??? from £79.99
Essentially the same as the Fire TV Stick with Alexa remote, only this is more of a set-top option which goes beyond 1080p video and streams 4K video from Amazon and Netflix. No deal has been revealed yet but that doesn’t mean there won’t be one!

Amazon Dash buttons: down to £1.99 from £4.99
Run out of that everyday item? Whether it’s toilet paper, beer, cat food, coffee, washing powder of a range of other things – you can instantly order a same-day or next-day replenishment at the touch of one of these Dash buttons.

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite: down to £79.99 from £109.99
The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is the step-up e-reader for those who want a higher-res screen, a built-in light and a more comfortable reading experience – and are willing to pay a little extra to get it .

Amazon Kindle Voyage: down to £129.99 from £169.99
The Voyage is another e-reader and another step up in price, offering as it does premium build quality, a flush display, an automatic-brightness display and a few other premium extras. A worthy step up from the Paperwhite.

Amazon Kindle Oasis: down to ??? from £269.99
And here we have the best of the best, the most expensive e-reader ever released, the one with all the bells and whistles including stupendous e-ink display. If money is no object this is for you! No official deal for this one yet – watch this space!

Amazon Fire 7 tablet: down to £29.99 from £49.99
This is already a super cheap 7-inch tablet even before any Prime Day discounts. It packs the Alexa smart helper, and you can install all your favourite apps like Spotify and Netflix. At £29.99 there’s no arguing with this amazing deal.

Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet: down to £49.99 from £79.99
The Fire HD 8 tablet is a good step up from the 7-incher above and packs an 8-inch HD screen as well as some other core upgrades. Worth spending the extra if you want a bit more than the bare essentials.

Amazon Fire 7 Kids: down to £69.99 from £99.99
We already know this one is going to be on sale. This is essentially a Fire 7 tablet, with child protection software, a kid-proof case and loads of kids games and content for your little ones.

Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids: down to £89.99 from £129.99
Essentially the same as above but with HD 8-inch screen and a bit more oomph. Kids will appreciate the extra screen space, and they’re less likely to get frustrated with a bit more grunt to power their games and video.

20% off fashion at Amazon.co.uk
Save on fashion items including clothes, shoes, purses, bathing gear and loads more until the end of the day! This is one of the few deals that will run from now until the end of Tuesday so fill your, err, boots.

Amazon Prime Day: Tech deals

Microsoft Surface Pro 4: down to £476.99 (save £410)
BOOM! An absolutely stunning Prime Day deal right here. This could be the hottest Prime Day deal of them all, in fact. Save £350 on a Surface Pro 4 laptop/tablet hybrid? Yes please. This one could sell out so act fast!

Anker mobile accessories:
Including USB cables, chargers, power banks, USB hubs, Bluetooth speakers and lots more. All with big discounts for today only. So if you have your eye on a plug or some other accessories for your phone, laptop or tablet – today is the day!

PS4 Slim 500GB: with Overwatch, Crash Bandicoot Trilogy and two DualShock 4 pads – just £179.99
This is a superb PS4 bundle – if you’re been waiting to pick up a console then this could well be the best PS4 bundle of Prime Day. The Xbox One S deal below is also strong – maybe you should get both!

PlayStation 4 Pro with Horizon: Zero Dawn with 3 games only £349.99
With this bundle you can get Horizon: Zero Dawn, WipEout: Omega Collection and call of Duty: Infinity Warfare thrown in for free.

Get the PS4 Pro 1TB on its own for £339.99

PlayStation Plus: Get 15 months for just £29.99!
Absolutely amazing deal on a 15-month PlayStation Plus subscription here. Get it for just £29.99 which is about £25 less than the usual price.

Xbox One S bundle: down to £179.99 (was £296.21)
Get the 500GB Xbox One S with Forza Horizon 3 and Minecraft and a chatpad and headset AND a second controller all for just £179.99. A brilliant console deal right there particularly if you’re interested in these games (Forza Horizon 3 is brilliant).

Sennheiser Over-Ear Headphones: down to £99 (save £42.21)
Sennheiser’s audiophile-grade headphones are less than £100 this Amazon Prime Day – an amazing deal that can’t last long! They have an open-back design with comfortable velour earpads and detachable 1.2m cable. Expires midnight tonight

UE Boom 2 Wireless Speaker: down to £71 (save £46.54)
The UE Boom 2 Bluetooth speaker produces amazing 360-degree sound, and can pair with up to eight devices at the same time. It can be connected with Echo Dot and Alexa, and it’s even waterproof! Expires midnight tonight

Bose Apple Headphones: down to £60 (save £39.95)
This deal sounds too good to be true! These headphones from Bose are specially engineered for use with Apple devices, and deliver rich sound with a sealed acoustic design so you can get totally immersed in your music. Expires midnight tonight

Philips Fidelio Headphones: down to £129.99 (save £142.08)
These audiophile-quality cans are less than half price until midnight – although we’d be surprised if this deal lasts that long! The open-back design delivers amazing audio, and memory foam makes them super comfy. Expires midnight tonight

Logitech Harmony Home Hub: down to £53.99 (save £45.96)
If you fancy turning your house into a smart home, this is the Prime Day deal for you. Logitech’s Harmony Home Hub lets you control up to eight devices from your phone, including locks, lights and thermostats. Expires midnight tonight

Bose Android Headphones: down to £60 (save £39.95)
Bose doesn’t just make top quality audio kit for Apple products – these in-ear headphones are made specifically for Android phones and tablets, with StayHear tips that hold them securely and comfortable in place. Expires midnight tonight

B&O Play Bluetooth Speaker: down to £125 (save £80)
Bang and Olufsen makes amazing speakers, and this mobile model is no exception. It weighs just 600g, and is small enough to sit in the palm of your hand, but its sound quality has to be heard to be believed. Expires midnight tonight

Jaybird Wireless Headphones: down to £79 (save £60.95)
These Bluetooth earphones are cleverly designed, with the battery and electronics moved away from the earbud for a more snug and comfortable fit. They’ll stay firmly in place, and are also available in gold. Expires midnight tonight

B&O Play Bluetooth Speaker: down to £249 (save £150)
Get a huge discount on this top-quality speaker from Bang and Olufsen. It kicks out far more sound than most Bluetooth devices, with four active drivers and two passive bass radiators, and 24 hours of playback. Expires midnight tonight

Sony High-Res Headphones: down to £79.99 (save £70.01)
These premium headphones from Sony have been slashed to almost half price for Prime Day, so grab them while you can! They deliver amazing audio quality thanks to carefully balanced components. Expires midnight tonight

Sony Smartphone Headphones: down to £19.99 (save £11)
Enjoy better music playback on your phone thanks to an aluminium housing design that limits unwanted vibration and secure-fitting silicone earbuds. These specially crafted earphones are an absolute bargain! Expires midnight tonight

Logitech Harmony Elite Set: down to £112.49 (save £144.01)
This Logitech smart home starter kit is less than half price throughout Prime Day. It includes a remote control, hub and mobile app, enabling you to connect up to 15 home entertainment and other devices. Expires midnight tonight

LaMetric Smart Home Clock: down to £111.30 (save £47.70)
Brighten up your home with this Wi-Fi enabled clock, which does much more than just show the time. It also displays notifications from your mobile devices, tracks the weather, and connects to online radio stations. Expires midnight tonight

Huawei Sport Smartwatch: down to £259 (save £120)
Save an incredible £120 on this sports watch from Huawei, with SIM card support and 4G so you can receive notifications and get online without connecting it to a phone. It’s compatible with both iOS and Android. Expires midnight tonight

Garmin Forerunner 35 Watch: down to £109.99 (save £49.06)
This GPS watch is lightweight and easy to use, making it perfect if you’ve never used a sports watch before. Track your heart rate, monitor how fast and how far you’ve run, and track your steps throughout the day. Expires midnight tonight

Fitbit Flex 2 fitness band: down to £41.99 (save £16)
Track your steps, distance, calories burned and active minutes! Smart Track automatically recognises workouts like runs and rides and also tracks your sleep. A really good fitness tracker to get you started. Get it in blue | Get it in black

Amazon Prime Day: Laptop deals 2017

Dell Inspiron 7000 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop: down to £699.99 (save £200)
With an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and a decent GTX 1050 graphics card, the Dell Inspiron 7000 is a truely excellent gaming laptop.

Dell Inspiron 15: down to £279 (save £100)
Another brilliant deal on a Dell laptop here. This model has an Intel Core i3 CPU, 4GB RAM, 1TB HDD, integrated graphics and an HD screen. It’s not a super powerful laptop but it’s well worth this bargain price!

Super cheap laptop: down to £99 (save £60)
If you’re after a super cheap laptop deal, look no further than this bargain on the iOTA One. This is not a gaming laptop, but for light computing it’s a steal.

ASUS 360 Degree Chromebook Flip: down to £439.99 (save £160)
This excellent convertible Chromebook comes with an Intel Core M3 processor, 4GB RAM, a 1080p display and 10 hour battery life. All this, plus you get £160 off for Amazon Prime Day.

HP 15-ay110na 15.6-inch laptop: down to £439.99 (save £90)
HP has knocked £90 off this 15.6-inch laptop, which features plenty of power thanks to an Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB of RAM. Also included is a 1TB hard drive to store all your stuff, and Windows 10.

Asus UX360 Zenbook Flip: down to £589.99 (save £260)
Save a huge £260 off of this slimline laptop that can rotate its display to turn into a 13.3-inch Windows 10 tablet. With the latest seventh generation Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD, this is a slick and speedy device.

Asus UX560 Zenbook Flip: down to £949.99 (save £350)
Want more power than the deal above? Prepare to pay more – but with a price cut of £350 this is an amazing deal. You get the more powerful UX560 Zenbook with an i7 CPU, 12GB RAM, and an Nvidia GeForce 940MX graphics card to play games with.

Amazon Prime Day: 4K TV deals

Amazon Prime TV deals: see all of Amazon’s Prime Day TV deals here. They’re available in all shapes and sizes! We’ve selected some favourites below but you can see all the deals on Amazon’s TV deals page.

Sony Bravia KDL40WE663: down to £389 (save £95)
If you don’t need 4K, save big on this full HD TV! Perfect for watching Blu-ray and streaming HD Netflix. It’s also HDR compatible. Expires when stock runs out

LG 55UJ630V 55-inch 4K HDR TV: down to £689 (save £190)
If the 49-inch model above it tempting, but you need something bigger, then you might find a match with this other Amazon TV deal. It’s the same great 2017 version of the TV, but with a larger 55-inch screen. Expires at midnight

LG 43UJ630V 43-inch 4K HDR Smart TV £379 (save £120)
A 43-inch TV is more than enough for most homes and this is one of the cheapest 4K HDR TVs we’ve ever seen and from a company we’ve all heard of too! Expires at midnight.

LG 28MT42VF 27-inch 720p TV: down to £144.99 (save £55)
Looking for something for the spare room, or maybe something for children not ready to appreciate the world of 4K? Then this is a super small TV deal. Why not turn it into a smart TV with a super cheap Amazon Fire TV stick for just £29.99.

Amazon Prime day: Philips Hue deals

Philips Hue Starter Kit (E27): down to £89.99 (save £60)
Get started with Philips Hue with a 33% saving on the starter kit! It includes three bulbs and the Hue Bridge. These are E27 bulbs which mean screw fit. For bayonet fittings, see below. Expires midnight tonight

Philips Hue Starter Kit (B22): down to £89.99 (save £60)
Get started with Philips Hue with a 33% saving on the starter kit! Again this includes three bulbs and the Hue Bridge. These are B22 bulbs which mean bayonet fittings. For screw fittings, see above. Expires midnight tonight

Philips Hue B22 Richer Colour: down to £22.49 (save £25)
Add to your Philips Hue set up with 50% off the new Richer Colour bulbs. Requires the Hue Bridge to work. This is the B22 bayonet fitting version – stock up while they’re cheap! Ends midnight tonight

Philips Hue E27 Richer Colour: down to £22.49 (save £25)
Add to your Philips Hue set up with 50% off the new Richer Colour bulbs. Requires the Hue Bridge to work so start wit hteh starter kit! This is the E27 screw fitting version. Ends midnight tonight

Philips Hue GU10 Spotlights TWIN PACK: down to £26.99 (save £23)
Ideal for turning your kitchen into the ultimate smart kitchen! These bulbs are rarely discounted so great chance to get a bargain here. Expires midnight tonight

Philips Hue Motion Sensor: down to £17.99 (save £17)
If you want your Hue lights to come on whenever you enter a room or even when you just arrive home, this motion sensor is for you! It triggers your hue lights when motion is detected.

Amazon Prime Day: Mobile phone deals

Although there are one or two excellent contract phone deals knocking around this Amazon Prime Day, they are far outnumbered by the offers on SIM free mobiles. Bearing in mind that you can lay your hands on a SIM only deal from a mere £4 a month, we recommend that you strike while the iron is hot for flashy new handset.

Samsung Galaxy S8 | £235 £125 upfront (with PRIMETR code) | 5GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £27.99pm at Mobiles.co.uk
The cheapest way you can now own one of the planet’s best Android phones on contract – enter the code PRIMETR to get £110 off the upfront cost. Total cost over 24 months £796.76 VIEW THIS DEAL AT MOBILES.CO.UK

Motorola Moto G5: down to £134.99 (save £45)
This is the best ‘cheap’ smartphone out there and at this price it would be rude not to buy one! Down to £134.99 is an absolutely stunning deal – this will sell out today so get one quick if you want one.

Sony Xperia L1 dual SIM: down to £125.99 (save £43)
Pick up the Sony Xperia L1 Android smartphone for just £125.99 for today only! This is a dual SIM handset which means if you have a work phone… you don’t need a work phone anymore! Carry both SIMs in one handset.

Wileyfox Swift 2 X: down to £149.99 from £219.99 at Amazon
Better than your average budget phone (read our Wileyfox Swift 2 X verdict here) this is a splendidly designed handset with a vibrant, detailed screen. And now it’s down to only £150. A brilliant bargain!

Google Pixel: down to £469.99 from £599.99 at Carphone Warehouse
The Google Pixel was only released last autumn, but we’re already seeing brilliant deals. This is a massive £130 saving on the upfront cost – a handset we rated 4.5/5 in our Pixel review.

Huawei P8 Lite: down to £149.99 from £249.99 at Carphone Warehouse
That’s more like it! A mighty £100 saving here on the very respectable P8 Lite. If you need a cheap blower for your holiday or music festival, this should be on your shortlist.

Amazon Prime day: Camera deals

GoPro Hero 5 Session with case, grip and headstrap: down to £244.99 (save £110)
Get a great discount on this GoPro Hero 5 Session travel bundle which includes accessories like a case, a grip and a headstrap. A perfect deal for the summer! Expires midnight tonight

Sony ILCE6300B CSC (body only): down to £674 (save £130)
Not the cheapest camera out there by any means but this is a fabulous deal on a fabulous compact system camera. Get it here body-only or see below for an option with a zoom lens. Expires midnight tonight

Sony ILCE7KB Full Frame CSC w/lens: down to £719 (save £280)
For a great deal on a full frame CSC with 28-70mm zoom lens, look no further than this Sony stunner. It’s normally £999 but today only it’s reduced to £799 – ideal for making that step up to serious photography. Expires midnight tonight

Sony DSCRX10M3 4K Digital Bridge Mk3 with Zeiss lens: down to £1019 (save £290)
This superb Sony 4K bridge camera is discounted by a whopping £270. Strong deal for anyone who wants an amazon camera with a strong discount. Expires midnight tonight

Amazon Prime Day: Computing deals

Microsoft Surface Pro 4: down to £476.99 (save £410)
BOOM! An absolutely stunning Prime Day deal right here. This could be the hottest Prime Day deal of them all, in fact. Save £350 on a Surface Pro 4 laptop/tablet hybrid? Yes please. This one could sell out so act fast!

SanDisk Ultra 128GB MicroSDXC card: down to £27.49 (save £15)
Add storage to your laptop, your smartphone or your camera with this SDXC card. 128GB is plenty of storage and for only £25.99 it’s a really cheap way to boost your capacity.

Arlo Smart Home Security Cameras: down to £224.99 (save £125)
Smarten up your home and make it more secure at the same time. Netgear’s Arlo system is well regarded and this is a fantastic deal with three cameras and the base station.

SanDisk Ultra 128GB USB 3.0: down to £24.99 (save £12)
Get this 128GB USB 3.0 thumb drive with a healthy discount. It’s down to £23.99 which is a handy amount of storage to back up a massive selection of your most important files.

Seagate Backup Plus 8TB: down to £119.99 (save £69)
Back up 8TB of files with this monster backup drive! 8TB is 8000GB which is enough for roughly an entire universe of photos, videos and music files.

Amazon Prime Day: Home & Kitchen deals

Philips Airfryer: down to £85.99 (save £52.15)
If you want to start eating healthier but aren’t quite ready to quit the chips, this is the deal for you. The Philips Airfryer uses up to 80 per cent less fat than a conventional fryer, and has an auto-off function for safety. Expires midnight tonight

De’Longhi Nespresso Machine: down to £125.99 (save £60)
Smarten up your kitchen with this stylish coffee maker, which pours perfect cappuccinos and lattes straight into a glass. The standard color is red, but it also comes in black and white for the same amazing Prime Day price. Expires midnight tonight

Nescafé Dolce Gusto Machine: down to £25.99 (save £24)
This is an amazing price for a coffee machine from a well-known brand. This Dolce Gusto model takes coffee pods, and has a removable water tank for easy filling. It’s energy-efficient and easy to clean. A real bargain! Expires midnight tonight

De’Longhi Bean-to-Cup: down to £399.99 (save £199.01)
If you’re a coffee connoisseur, a bean-to-cup machine is an essential investment. This machine has a memory function so it can make drinks just the way you like them, and cleans itself automatically. Expires midnight tonight

Breville Hot Water Dispenser: down to £39.99 (save £20)
Where we’re going, we don’t need kettles. This hot water dispenser eliminates messy and potentially dangerous pouring, delivering just the right amount of hot water into your cup at the push of a button, any time. Once you’ve lived with one of these, you’ll wonder how you ever did without it. Expires midnight tonight

Morphy Richards Breadmaker: down to £38.99 (save £18)
With this breadmaker, you can have a fresh loaf ready every morning with practically no effort. The Morphy Richards Fastbake has adjustable crust settings, and can also make delicious cakes and jam. Expires midnight tonight

Jura Impressa Coffee Machine: down to £619.99 (save £329.96)
This is a truly premium coffee machine that would put high street cafes to shame. It can use either fresh or ground beans, offers 13 preset drink settings, and has fine milk foam tech for the perfect velvety finish. Expires midnight tonight

Philips Quick Clean Juicer: down to £120.99 (save £59.98)
Getting fresh fruit juice has never been easier. This machine’s extra-large feeding tube means less preparation is necessary before juicing, and it can be cleaned by simply running a juicing cycle with water. Expires midnight tonight

Tower Pressure Cooker: down to £34.99 (save £19.98)
Prepare meals with the touch of a button using this six-liter pressure cooker. Pressure cooking locks in more nuyrients than other methods, and makes sure food cooks quickly and evenly. It’s an amazing price this Prime Day! Expires midnight tonight

Tefal Cook4Me Multi-Cooker: down to £129.99 (save £169.01)
If you think you can’t cook, think again. This cooker guides you through recipes step by step, and sets cooking times automatically. It has Wi-Fi connectivity to download new recipes, and the bowl is machine washable. Expires midnight tonight

Philips Kitchen Food Processor: down to £50.99 (save £43.01)
This is an amazing price for a great quality food processor that kneads, chops, blends, slices, shreds and granulates thanks to interchangeable blades and discs, and it’ll stay steady and stable on your workstop. Expires midnight tonight

Breville Personal Blender: down to £17.99 (save £9)
Making it easier to enjoy smoothies, slushies and protein drinks on the move, the Breville Personal Blender comes with two reusable bottles and blends at the press of a button. Extra bottles are just £4.99 on Prime Day. Expires midnight tonight

Breville Ultimate Grill: down to £59.99 (save £30.87)
Get an amazing deal on this premium-quality grilling machine – perfect for meat, fish and vegetables. Its elements heat up quickly and evenly, its plates have a superior non-stick coating, and it lets excess fat drain easily. Expires midnight tonight

Breville Sandwich Toaster: down to £27.99 (save £15)
Who doesn’t love a toasted sandwich or panini – especially at this price? Breville’s design is great for deep-filled toasties, with cut-and-seal to keep all the cheese and other delicious fillings from spilling out. Expires midnight tonight

Breville Health Fryer: down to £84.99 (save £65.01)
Breville’s innovative fryer uses just half a tablespoon of oil to cook a kilogram of chips to crispy, golden perfection. The bowl tilts and rotates so food cooks evenly, and it can also be used to roast, bake and sauté. Expires midnight tonight

Igenix Manual Microwave: down to £33.99 (save £25.95)
If you’re in the market for a new microwave, look no further – this model is smart, easy to use, and an absolute bargain on Prime Day. It comfortably fits a standard dinner plate, with five power settings and a 35-minute timer. Expires midnight tonight

Breville Sandwich Press: down to £16.99 (save £10.47)
No, your eyes don’t deceive you – this superb non-stick sandwich press really is less than £17. It’s great for paninis, ciabatta, tea cakes and crumpets. Expires midnight tonight

Tefal Multi Cooker: down to £47.99 (save £21.01)
This cooker is a brilliant time-saver for families, and is an amazing price on Prime Day. It has 12 preset functions, and cooking settings are adjusted automatically for perfect results. Expires midnight tonight

Magimix Nespresso Machine: down to £199.99 (save £79.01)
This premium coffee machine is a steal at under £200 this Prime Day. It has an improved instant water heating system, a huge 1.4-liter water tank, and a pivoting support that will fit any size of cup. Expires midnight tonight

Andrew James Nutri-Fit Blender: down to £34.99 (save £14.98)
This powerful mini blender can blitz fruit and veg, crack seeds and stems, and even grind coffee beans and spices thanks to its 1,000W motor. £34.99 is a brilliant price for such a powerful blender, so snap it up while you can. Expires midnight tonight

Andrew James Fruit Juicer: down to £27.99 (save £11.99)
This premium juicer processes whole fruit and vegetables, with a powerful motor and sharp stainless steel blades to ensure you get as much juice as possible. Pulp is separated via centrifugal force. Expires midnight tonight

Amazon Prime Day: Personal care deals

Philips Wet and Dry Shaver: down to £199.99 (save £250.01)
Look sharp for less than half price with the world’s most comfortable shaver. Its precision blades cut 30% closer, and its eight-directional head follows every contour of your face. The best shave you’ll ever have. Expires midnight tonight

Oral B Smart Series Toothbrush: down to £50.49 (save £43.51)
This smart toothbrush removes surface stains for a whiter smile, and connects via Bluetooth to a wireless SmartGuide that gives you stats on your brushing. The standard color is black, but it’s also available in white. Expires midnight tonight

Braun Rechargeable Shaver: down to £33.49 (save £31.48)
This wet and dry cordless shaver is an amazing deal this Prime Day. It has three pressure-sensing elements to follow the contours of your face and a micro-comb to capture more hair. Great with water, foam or gel. Expires midnight tonight

Braun Multi Grooming Kit: down to £24.99 (save £17.42)
Get everything you need to stay looking smart or try a new look with this ultimate grooming kit. It has four combs, a detail trimmer, and a nose and ear trimmer attachment – all of which are easy to clean with water. Expires midnight tonight

GHD Air Wanderlust Hairdryer: down to £64.99 (save £13.01)
This salon-quality hairdryer is a brilliant price on Prime Day. It has variable power and temperature controls for different hair types, and advanced ionic technology to eliminate frizz. Expires midnight tonight

Amazon Prime Day: Home improvement deals

Hive Active Heating Kit: down to £103.49 (save £79)
If you want to bring your central heating and hot water system into the 21st Century, you need a smart thermostat like Hive. This self-install kit is being discounted to £114.99 which is a big discount! Expires midnight tonight

Bosch PSB 1800 LI-2 power drill: down to £47.49 (save £38)
This is a best selling power drill on Amazon and today it’s discounted by £28, leaving you paying just over £50. With 20 speed and torque settings, it’s the ideal home owner’s gadget. Expires midnight tonight

Karcher K4 pressure washer: down to £134.99 (save £93)
The summer is a great time to clean that patio! Get rid of the graffiti on the garage door! Clean the muck off that back wall! This powerful pressure washer is down to just £149.99. Expires midnight tonight

Bosch Isio cordless shrub and grass shears: down to £32.99 (save £15)
Trim the edges of your lawn, craft your bush into a precise and beautiful shape or just generally tidy up your garden with this cordless shrub trimmer! Expires midnight tonight

Karcher WV2 Premium Window Vac: down to £32.39 (save £19)
Why only clean your windows when you can clean and dry them at the same time? This window vac is £19 off for today only – clean your glass and don’t leave any streaks! Expires midnight tonight

Flymo HoverVac 280 lawnmower: down to £43.99 (save £22)
How’s this for a supercheap lawmower this Amazon Prime Day? If your grass is looking a bit worse for wear, this deal will save you £22 – a lawnmower for just £43.99? How is that possible? Expires midnight tonight

Bosch Rotak electric lawnmower: down to £59.99 (save £25)
If you prefer your electric lawnmowers to have wheels, this deal allows you to save £25 on the Bosch Rotak. Note the options to pay a little extra to get bundles including an extra blade. Expires midnight tonight

Bosch ART 23 electric strimmer: down to £15.99 (save £16)
Tidy up the edges of your lawn with an electric strimmer. For £15.99 why would you not buy one of these? It’s lightweight and easy to use too. Expires midnight tonight

Amazon Prime day: Baby tech deals

Angelcare Movement and Sound baby monitor: down to £49 (save £21)
If you need a new baby monitor, this deal from Angelcare is just for you! It monitors sound, movement and temperature in baby’s bedroom so you can rest easy! Expires midnight tonight

Graco Stadium Duo double pushchair: down to £106.39 (save £73)
Cracking deal on a double pushchair, ideal for keeping two kids under control at the shops! The usual price is £179.99 so this is a fat saving – a must buy for anyone with twins on the way! Expires midnight tonight

Graco Evo Stroller: down to £174.96 (save £75)
If you need a new pushchair, this lush one from Graco could be up your baby’s street! It’s discounted by over 33% so a good saving. Still not cheap but good if you want something premium without a premium price. Expires midnight tonight

Amazon Prime Day: Pet deals

Dog DNA test: down to £41.50 (save £17)
With a simple cheek swab, you can uncover DNA-based insights that may help you understand your dog’s unique appearance, behaviors, and wellness needs. You never know what you might find out about your best friend!

Interpet Fish Tank 64l Aquarium: down to £62 (save £60)
Save big on this 62 litre fish tank aquarium. It has curved glass for a panoramic view inside and works with cold water and warm water fish – whichever you like (but not both at once, folks!)

Sureflap microchip cat flap: down to £34.99 (save £15)
A smart catflap that uses your kitties’ microchips to let them in and out. That means no other pesky cats can get in and eat their food or pee on the floor. Save £15 is a superb offer on this one – a great buy for any cat owner.

PetSafe Automatic Ball Launcher: down to £89.49 (save £37)
If you struggle to throw balls for your dog due to mobility or any other reason, this ball launcher will step in for you! Or if you like playing catch maybe you could buy one even if you don’t have a dog?

Amazon Prime Day: Toys deals

Nerf Modulus Tri-Strike Blaster: down to £15.60 (save £14.40)
More or less half price for this Nerf blaster! Get one for yourself, or if you’re feeling really generous get one for your kids. Three different fire functions make this a super popular Nerf gun that should keep you entertained for a while.

BB-8 battleworn droid from Star Wars: down to £125.98 (save £54.99)
Surely this will be one of the most popular deals this Amazon Prime Day. A beloved character from the new trilogy – this droid is remote controlled and drives along just like in the movie.

Amazon Prime Day: Luggage deals

Trunki Suitcases: save up to 35% on ride-on suitcases
These things are brilliant for getting the kids (or dad) through the airport in one piece and without getting lost. Lots of different designs are available with discounts today. Try these: Frieda the Cow | Harley the Ladybug | Tipu the Tiger | Terrance (Blue) | Frank the Fire Engine

Amazon “leaks” first Prime Day deals

Throughout the previous week, Amazon has been leaking some of the upcoming Amazon Prime Day deals in order to drum up interest. It started with a vague promise that an unnamed LG 43-inch 4K TV will be “at least 30% off. But since then we’ve had some more firm details.

On Friday, Amazon revealed that the Amazon Fire 7 Kids Edition and Amazon Fire 8 Kids Edition tablets will both be discounted – the 7-inch one will be down from £99.99 to £79.99 and the 8-inch one from £129.99 to £89.99. Also from Amazon, Dash buttons will be down to £1.99 and still come with a £4.99 discount after your first press.

Also interesting of these new Prime Day deals is the Philips Hue White and Colour Ambience Starter Kit – a TechRadar office favourite – which will be discounted by “at least 30%” which means you’ll get three colour E27 bulbs (so that’s the screw caps rather than bayonet fittings) and the Hue Bridge for about £100 which is a really strong deal – the bulbs usually go for about £50 each.

More Amazon Prime Day deals revealed in advance were 50% off the De-Longhi Nespresso Lattissima Touch automatic coffee machine, 35% off the Breville High Gloss sandwich toaster, 65% off the Hoover Freedom 2-in-1 cordless vacuum cleaner and 55% off this Black+Decker cleaning iron.

We’re also going to see a return of one of last year’s most popular deals in 30% off various Trunki ride-on kiddy suitcases. There’s also going to be “at least” 20% off the Motorola video baby monitor as well as various pet-related deals.

Prime Day 2017 details:

While this is the third annual Prime Day, this year Prime members will be getting an additional 6 hours of deals, with 30 hours of mayhem rather than the usual 24. Consequently, the Prime Day deals will start at 6pm on Monday July 10, with new deals launching every five minutes.

The “hundreds of thousands of deals” claim is slightly dubious as it adds up all of the Prime Day deals across all 13 participating countries. That being said, there will still be thousands of deals available in the UK so you probably won’t be short of prices to browse through.

“Our members love Prime Day and we were thrilled by the response over the last two years. It is inspiring us to make it even better this year for Prime members,” says Greg Greeley, Vice President Amazon Prime.

“Every side of our business is working to deliver more deals for a record number of shoppers. We even decided that 24 hours in a day just isn’t enough time to shop all of the great deals – so we’re giving Prime members 30 hours to shop on Prime Day!”

This year’s new Prime Day specials

The extra 6 hours of deals can be explained by Amazon’s Prime Day US strategy, where Prime Day will run from 9pm Eastern Time to midnight Pacific – three extra hours at each end. For us in the UK, it’s pretty handy to see the first deals at a comfortable time in the evening rather than having to stay up until midnight so it’s all good by us.

Amazon also promises that deals this year will be easy to navigate and that’s also a good thing. The Amazon shopping experience is heavily dependent on people searching for what they want – the browsing experience can be quite poor, particularly on Black Friday and manic days like it. So any attempt to make browsing deals a lot easier sounds like a good idea to us and no doubt it’ll help Amazon shift more gear too.

You’ll also for the first time on Prime Day be able to use the Amazon app to track the deals you’re interested in – so as usual with lightning deals, tick the ones you like the look of and you’ll be alerted when the deal goes live so you can see the new price.

The Amazon lottery

In additional to all of this, Amazon has also launched a big drive on Amazon Music Unlimited – its wannabe Spotify rival. Prime members who haven’t yet tried the Music Unlimited service can now secure four months of music for just £0.99. Who knows, maybe you’ll like it? And at that price why not have a look?

Between July 7 and July 11 Prime members also have the chance to win £100,000 in cash simply by streaming Amazon Video via a Fire TV, Fire TV Stick or the Amazon App on your games console. Prime members can also save up to 40% on a Kindle Unlimited membership and up to 25% at Prime Pantry between 3rd July and 6th August.

So yeah, in case you hadn’t guessed – the whole point of Prime Day from Amazon’s point of view is to drive Prime subscriptions. We’ll be right there on Prime Day listing all of the best deals so come back to TechRadar on July 11 to see which deals we rate the best!

What usually happens on Prime Day

Last year it was the biggest day in Amazon’s history: Amazon’s traffic was up 36%. It sold 90,000 TVs and thousands of Kindle Paperwhites, Fire TV Sticks and tablets.

In just three hours US customers had bought 18,048 pairs of headphones, while in the UK we bought 600 Trunki suitcases before breakfast. Amazon sold enough Philips Hue bulbs to replace every light in the Albert Hall daily for four and a half years.

So what exactly is Prime Day? Can you trust the deals or is Amazon at it? And when will Prime Day 2017 be anyway? Read on for the answers to these questions and some you might not have thought of.

When is Amazon Prime Day 2017?

Amazon Prime Day 2017 will fall on July 11, though in the UK it will start at 6pm on July 10. In the US it’ll run from 9pm Eastern to midnight Pacific.

What’s the point of Prime Day?

Prime Day exists to promote Amazon’s Prime subscription service, which Amazon says is the best deal in the history of shopping. Prime Day is for Prime members, many of whom will sign up for a free trial of the service so they can get the deals. Once signed up, many of them stay as Prime subscribers.

Why Amazon Prime Day matters

If you’re looking for bargains, Prime Day 2017 is important – not just for gadgets, but for any kind of item. For example, on Prime Day 2016 Prime members bought 215,000 pressure cookers, 200,000 pairs of headphones, 24,000 hammocks, 23,000 Roomba robots and 14,000 Lenovo laptops.

The crucial difference between Prime Day and Black Friday/Cyber Monday – other than it being Amazon’s idea – is that November’s deals are geared towards gifting, because of course it’s the holiday season. Amazon Prime Day is more about personal shopping, either for treating yourself or for saving money household items.

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Will Prime Day 2017 be more exciting than last year?

That depends on what you’re planning to buy. Discounts on Amazon’s own products – the Amazon Echo, Fire TV Stick, Fire Tablets and Kindle e-readers for example – are pretty much guaranteed, and there will be stacks of lightning deals on the day too. Unless Amazon decides to do things radically differently this year it’s going to be a really mixed bag, with laptop deals next to handbag deals next to power tools and prosecco. If only there was a website beginning with “T” and ending in “echradar.com” to find the best deals so you don’t have to delve through the dross. Hang on… there is!

As you’d expect, we’re going to be hyped up on energy drinks throughout Prime Day on both sides of the Atlantic, finding the deals that you really don’t want to miss.

Do I need a Prime subscription to get involved?

Yes and no. While Prime is for Prime customers, there will be other deals on the day that are open to everyone – it’s just that with lightning deals, which tend to have limited stock, the Prime users get to see them before anybody else. That means some of the very best deals can be gone long before people who aren’t Prime members get to know about them.

That doesn’t mean you need to pay for a Prime membership, though. You can sign up for a free trial and take full advantage of all the Prime benefits, including Prime Day. But don’t forget to cancel the trial afterwards if you don’t intend to continue. If you don’t, you’ll be automatically billed for membership when the trial period ends.

Are there special Prime deals for students?

Yes. Amazon Student gives you Prime membership for £39 per year instead of the usual £79, and it’s completely free for the first six months. It’s worth considering not just for Prime Day, but for the included TV, music and movie streaming.

What to expect from Prime Day 2017

We’d expect Prime Day 2017 to follow the template of the last two Prime Days. In the week or two before hte big day, we’ll see an enticing Amazon Prime subscription discount. Then on the day itself deals will be grouped into two category: Deals of the Day, which tend to be the most eye-catching and which are available in big numbers, and Lightning Deals, which cover every conceivable kind of product, have limited availability and often sell out very quickly. In the latter case Prime members get to see the deals before non-members.

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Top deals to expect on Prime Day 2017

All the Amazon things
Last year’s biggest sellers included the Amazon Fire TV Stick, the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet and the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. Spot the trend? This year we’d expect those items to be joined by the Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Echo Look – so whatever you do, don’t buy an Amazon device this side of Prime Day unless you like spending more money than you need to.

PS4 and Xbox One
The current generation of consoles is well established and there aren’t any limited supply problems for the PS4 and Xbox One, so we’d expect some serious discounting on Prime Day 2016 – although probably not for the PS4 Pro, which is still relatively new. With the Pro out there and the Xbox One X incoming we think Prime Day could see some exciting deals, especially on bundles: they have more wiggle room when it comes to pricing than console-only offers.

4K TVs
Working out the value of a TV can be difficult: the pace of change and strength of competition means that even the most cutting-edge TV goes from can’t-afford to cheap-as-chips in an incredibly short time. Pay no attention to the RRP / MSRP, though: use a service such as PriceSpy or CamelCamelCamel to see if what looks like a great deal is just Amazon getting round to matching rivals’ prices. There will be lots of genuine deals, however, so Prime Day 2016 is a good day to look for a new TV.

Laptops and gaming laptops
We’re constantly monitoring laptop deals not just on Prime Day, but every day. There’s lots of flexibility in laptop-land, and we’d expect Amazon to take advantage of that to drop the price of big-name laptops quite dramatically. Keep a particular eye on Lenovo, Asus and HP laptops, which tend to see discounting across multiple models.

Home electricals
House stuff might not be glamorous, but you can save an absolute packet on everything from pots and pans to food processors on Prime Day. As we mentioned earlier it’s a big day for buying hammocks, pressure cookers and robot vacuum cleaners.

The top 5 deals of Prime Day last year:

Microsoft Surface Pro – £210 off
There were lots of great laptop deals on Prime Day 2016, with a whopping £210 off Microsoft’s superb Surface Pro 4. There was nearly £200 off the Surface 3, £90 off Lenovo Ideapads and even money off Chromebooks: the Lenovo N22 Chromebook dropped from £160 to just £100.

Gibson electric guitars – 20% off
Amazon might not be the first place you’d think of when it comes to guitars, but if you were looking for a great price on a great guitar last year then it was the place to go – especially for Gibson’s more expensive models, which were on sale with whopping 20% discounts. Sadly our budgets didn’t stretch to top end Les Pauls, so we bought a whole bunch of heavily discounted Epiphone guitars instead.

Xbox One Guitar Hero Bundle – £105 off
We described this as an “epic party deal”: an Xbox One, Guitar Hero Live, a guitar controller and a bundled Kinect Value Pack with camera and three family-friendly games. At just £235 for the lot that was extraordinary value for money.

HDTVs and 4K TVs: up to £100 off
We’ve written elsewhere about TV deals that were too good to be true, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t genuine discounts on Prime Day. You could save up to £100 on a wide range of TVs including HD, 4K and 3D models, and there were discounts on home cinema projectors too.

Motion activated toilet nightlight: 25% off
Okay, this one probably isn’t a must-have – but it does demonstrate the depth of Amazon’s Prime Day discounting. If toilet nightlights aren’t your thing, you could get money off LED flashing gloves and other fairly niche products. As Amazon told CNBC: “What could be weird to one person may be wonderful to someone else.”

Amazon Prime Day deals 2016

Prime Day 2017 FAQ: what it is, when it happens and where to get the best deals

What is Prime Day?
It’s Amazon’s annual birthday celebration, when it discounts more than 100,000 products of all kinds.

When is Prime Day 2017?
Amazon hasn’t said yet, but we’re guessing that Prime Day 2017 will be held on Tuesday 11 July 2017. Prime Day 2016 was the 12 of July, which was the second Tuesday of the month. This year that falls on the eleventh.

Is Prime Day 2017 Amazon only?
The name is Amazon’s, yes, but in 2016 plenty of other retailers decided to try and spoil Amazon’s fun by running their own doorbuster sales.

Argos ran a “Big Sale” with discounts on PS4s, TVs, kitchen items, Android tablets, laptops and Dysons; Currys PC World offered “mega deals” with 10% off TVs, built-in appliances and Hi-Fi systems as well as deep discounts on laptops and consoles;

John Lewis had a clearance event discounting towels, tablewere, furniture and garden furniture, Lenovo laptops, Bluetooth speakers, tablets and smartwatches; and Ebuyer treated us to the ultimate Dad joke with its Optimus Day of discounts.

Are Prime Day deals real?
Yes and no. They’re real in the sense that you’re paying less than the official price for things, but sometimes that official price was just silly.

Like many retailers, Amazon is very keen on comparing prices against RRPs (MSRPs in the US) that nobody really expects anybody to pay – so for example in 2013 the Wall Street Journal noted that an Amazon deal of 45% off a $1,799 Samsung HDTV wasn’t quite so impressive: the previous month, Amazon had been selling the same TV for $997.99, so the actual saving was less than ten dollars. Such deals are essentially the same thing as supermarket wine promotions or amazing, never-ending furniture sales.

If you have a particular product in mind it’s worth keeping an eye on the prices now to make sure the deals are genuine on Prime Day. We find sites such as PriceSpy invaluable, as they enable you to see exactly what prices are being charged for specific things – not just big purchases, but smaller items such as video games too.

Some of the deals will clearly be paper bargains like the one the Wall Street Journal reported, but that doesn’t mean all of them will be. Amazon will have been bargaining hard with key suppliers to cut the prices it pays for some products, and it’ll sell some high-profile items as loss leaders in the expectation of cross-selling, up-selling and, well, selling. From Amazon’s point of view it can lose money on big deals and make it back from Prime subscriptions and by shifting stock it wants to get rid of anyway.

Where can I find the best Prime Day deals?
Right here. We scour all the top retailers’ Prime Day deals so that you don’t have to – and we tell you whether the deals are worth getting excited about too. Whether it’s a 4K HDR OLED TV or an Xbox One controller, if it’s discounted we’ll have the details here.

How do I get the best Prime Day 2017 deals?
Know what you want, know what you can afford to spend and know the market: you’ll often spot interesting price hikes in June to enable amazing-looking discounts on Prime Day. Pay particular attention to real prices, not RRPs: TVs are particularly bad for this, with sets whose RRP is eleventy billion pounds routinely selling for five hundred quid. Sites such as CamelCamelCamel and PriceSpy enable you to tell if you’re looking at a legitimate bargain or some timed tomfoolery.

It’s also a very good idea to be flexible: for example, if you fancy a Sony 4K TV then think about the features you want rather than a specific model number: the BRV123ABD54-88C-9218-B may not be discounted on Prime Day, but an almost identical set with the specification you want probably will be.

Can I get cashback on Prime Day deals?
Sometimes, yes. Your debit card or credit card may offer cashback on purchases. It’s definitely worth looking into, not just for Prime Day but for any online shopping.

Am I protected when I buy on Prime Day?
Yes. In the UK, anything you buy from a company online is covered by a wealth of consumer protection legislation including the Consumer Contracts regulations, which give you the same rights as with any other online purchasing – including the short-term right to return items even if they aren’t mis-sold or defective.

How can I stay safe on Prime Day?
There’s a good chance that spammers and scammers will latch on to Prime Day much as they have with Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so be wary of unsolicited emails or links to deals on social media no matter how legitimate they look: anything asking for card details or login details is a scam. If you’re on a PC, make sure your security software is up to date. Many suites automatically block known scam sites.

Amazon Prime Day: Tech deals

20% off fashion at Amazon.co.uk
Save on fashion items including clothes, shoes, purses, bathing gear and loads more until the end of the day! This is one of the few deals that will run from now until the end of Tuesday so fill your, err, boots.

PlayStation 4 Pro with Horizon: Zero Dawn with 3 games only £349.99
Our general rule nowadays is don’t pay the default £350 for a PS4 Pro on its own. With this bundle you can get Horizon: Zero Dawn, WipEout: Omega Collection and call of Duty: Infinity Warfare thrown in for free.

Get the PS4 Pro 1TB on its own for £339.99

PlayStation Plus: Get 15 months for just £29.99!
Absolutely amazing deal on a 15-month PlayStation Plus subscription here. Get it for just £29.99 which is about £25 less than the usual price.

Amazon Prime Day: Tech deals

20% off fashion at Amazon.co.uk
Save on fashion items including clothes, shoes, purses, bathing gear and loads more until the end of the day! This is one of the few deals that will run from now until the end of Tuesday so fill your, err, boots.

PlayStation 4 Pro with Horizon: Zero Dawn with 3 games only £349.99
Our general rule nowadays is don’t pay the default £350 for a PS4 Pro on its own. With this bundle you can get Horizon: Zero Dawn, WipEout: Omega Collection and call of Duty: Infinity Warfare thrown in for free.

Get the PS4 Pro 1TB on its own for £339.99

PlayStation Plus: Get 15 months for just £29.99!
Absolutely amazing deal on a 15-month PlayStation Plus subscription here. Get it for just £29.99 which is about £25 less than the usual price.

Amazon Prime Day: Tech deals

20% off fashion at Amazon.co.uk
Save on fashion items including clothes, shoes, purses, bathing gear and loads more until the end of the day! This is one of the few deals that will run from now until the end of Tuesday so fill your, err, boots.

PlayStation 4 Pro with Horizon: Zero Dawn with 3 games only £349.99
Our general rule nowadays is don’t pay the default £350 for a PS4 Pro on its own. With this bundle you can get Horizon: Zero Dawn, WipEout: Omega Collection and call of Duty: Infinity Warfare thrown in for free.

Get the PS4 Pro 1TB on its own for £339.99

PlayStation Plus: Get 15 months for just £29.99!
Absolutely amazing deal on a 15-month PlayStation Plus subscription here. Get it for just £29.99 which is about £25 less than the usual price.