Nine Of Your Favourite Deals This Month [UK]
A roundup of your favourite deals from March you say? Excellent. These are the items you found irresistible including RFID blocking sleeves, charging accessories, and… a Frisbee?
There was some exciting news from Amazon this week when they launched Prime Tickets with exclusive tickets, lounges, and pre-sales for shows all over the UK.
15 RFID Blocking Sleeves [62% Off]
While contactless payments have made our lives much easier the now widespread technology has opened up new avenues for criminals. As payments under £30 don’t require verification there is the risk that some enterprising criminal may try to tap your card against a reader while you are out and about. Protect yourself with a collection of RFID blocking sleeves.
Aukey Quick Charge 3.0 USB Wall Charger [33% Off]
Aukey’s wall charger incorporates Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology along with optimised voltage provision to get your device juiced up in as little time as possible.
Although Microsoft might not be a natural thought when considering keyboards, their lineup has been consistently strong and reliable. That is no different for this all-in-one media keyboard which puts media keys in convenient positions and integrates a trackpad alongside wireless connection. Perfect for your home media centre.
Although Android has change since this book’s publication in 2015, the fundamentals of Android app development haven’t. John Horton guides beginners through the basics of Java, and eventually progresses to building your own app and submitted to the Play Store. If you are thinking of dipping your toe into Android development – this is the place to start.
With 101.63 million units sold, the now discontinued Wii was a phenomenally popular console. It isn’t a surprise though that Nintendo’s odd, proprietary connection system is more than a little irritating in the age of HDMI TVs. Enter the Wii to HDMI converter. The default seller on Amazon is charging £8.41 and is available on Prime delivery. If you aren’t in a rush L-FENG-UK is selling it for £7.99 with free standard delivery.
In car entertainment systems may have come down in price in recent years, but they can still be pricey and packed with features that you may not even want. Save yourself some cash and invest in a FM transmitter instead. Simply plug the kit into your phone’s jack input (sorry iPhone 7 users) and it’ll broadcast all your audio to an FM radio frequency.
In the digital age, handwriting is an underappreciated and often underused skill. However, if you want to start journaling, hand write letters for an individual touch, or just improve your skill then Rosemary Sassoon’s book is a great place to start and offers plenty of advice and exercises to fine tune your cursive.
SCART Adaptor [19% Off]
While SCART cables were largely phased out almost a decade ago now, you probably still have games consoles and maybe even a VCR that needs the connection. Luckily the cost of the connectors is very low now, unlike the cost of VCR tapes.