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Amazon's Big Spring Sale: The 25 best tech deals I've found

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Nobody loves a big blowout sale more than Amazon and, whether you’ve been on the hunt for a new gaming laptop or monitor, we’ve got it all right here. Amazon launched its first ever Big Spring Sale event this week, which lasts until March 25th. The best part is that you don’t even have to be a Prime member to take advantage of these delectable deals.

If you’ve no idea where to begin with your shopping, don’t sweat it. The team at PCWorld carefully curated the juiciest deals for you, culled after sifting through hundreds of available discounts. Yes, most of these are computer related — you’re reading PCWorld after all — but we also found some especially enticing smart home deals, too!

Hubs, docks, and dongles

Anker 555 $39.99 (33%+ off): The Anker 555 is PCWorld’s current top pick for hubs and dongles… and for good reason! It’s lightweight enough to stick in your backpack and it has every port you could ever want. Plugable 16-in-1 Thunderbolt 4 Dock $254.15 (20% off): PCWorld’s favorite laptop docking station is on sale right now, so you better jump on it sooner rather than later. It features a massive 16-port expansion as well as lightning fast 2.5Gbps Ethernet. You can’t get much better than that!

Laptop deals

Asus ROG Strix G16, $1,699.99 (Save 15%): This powerful gaming laptop is packing an RTX 4070 GPU as well as a 165Hz refresh rate display, which means gameplay should be nice and smooth.Asus Vivobook Pro 16X $1,799.99 (Save 18%): The spacious 16-inch 1600p display features a taller 16:10 aspect ratio, making it the perfect screen for content creation and office work, especially paired with its ferocious Core i9-13980HX processor and RTX 4070 graphics.Asus Chromebook Vibe CX55 Flip $589.99 (16% off): The 2-in-1 design makes this Chromebook super versatile. Also, you can easily play triple-A titles on this machine thanks to cloud gaming.Asus Zenbook Pro 14 Duo $1,899.99 (17% off): Need more screen real estate for your content creation projects? Well, this laptop comes with a full-width secondary touchscreen. We recently reviewed the non-Pro version of this notebook and called it a near-perfect dual screen laptop.Asus ROG Strix G15 $799.99 (20% off): Equipped with an RTX 3050 GPU and an AMD Ryzen 7 6800H CPU, this is an solid gaming laptop for those on a strict budget. You don’t see gaming laptops going for $800 very often.

Keyboard deals

ROCCAT Vulcan II Mini Air $139.99 (22% off): This keyboard’s white color scheme and rainbow backlighting will definitely elevate the overall look of your office space.Logitech K400 Plus Wireless $22 (21% off): This PC-to-TV keyboard is unique because of the built-in touchpad, which allows you to effortlessly navigate your entertainment.Logitech MX Keys Mini $79.99 (20% off): The keys on this keyboard are shaped for your fingertips, making for a more comfortable typing experience. Plus, thanks to its small form factor, it’s super lightweight and portable.

Mice deals

Asus ROG Harpe $99.99 (33% off): This mouse has a wildly responsive DPI of 36,000–the ideal peripheral for intensive shooters. Corsair KATAR Elite Wireless $59.99 (25% off): According to Corsair, this wireless gaming mouse has up to 110 hours of rechargeable battery life, allowing you to game well into the night. And the next night, and the…

Monitor deals

Samsung T35F Series $119.02 (21% off): This is a good monitor for the everyday person. It’s 27-inches and has a 1080p resolution, which is suitable for day-to-day tasks, and you can’t beat this price.Samsung Odyssey G30A $179.99 (22% off): This is a refresh rate (144Hz) monitor with FreeSync built-in, which helps reduce screen tearing during gameplay.Samsung CR50 Curved $129.99 (43% off): Looking to up the immersion factor? Then you should totally pick up this 27-inch 1080p curved monitor, which is designed to wrap around you and suck you in. Samsung S65TC Curved $449.99 (44% off): This a fantastic monitor for gaming or watching movies on. It measures a massive 34-inches and has a curvature of 1000R, so it’s designed to surround you when you sit in front of it. It also has AMD FreeSync built-in, which helps nix any stuttering or screen tearing issues. Sceptre 1080p LED Monitor $89.97 (18% off): This is another good everyday monitor. You’re getting a 1080p resolution as well as two HDMI ports and one VGA port. It’s also 24-inches, which is a nice size for a dual monitor setup.Sceptre 4K UHD Monitor $159.97 (20% off): This 27-inch 4K Sceptre monitor is a great pick for photo editors or content creators. The 4K resolution should be nice and sharp, which is important when you need to get the smaller details just right.

Software deals

Microsoft Office Home & Student 2021 $99.99 (33% off): This is the full version of Microsoft Office 2021. This package includes Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. It’s also a standalone purchase, not a subscription. For more details on this deal, check out this comprehensive writeup.

Smart home deals

Amazon Echo Pop $22.99 (43% off): This adorable little speaker from Amazon is perfect for bedrooms and other small spaces. Amazon Echo Dot (5th Gen) $34.99 (30% off): According to Amazon, this sphere-shaped speaker produces clearer vocals and deeper bass than previous generations. Blink Outdoor 4 (4th Gen) $64.99 (35% off): This smart security camera features two-way audio as well as a two-year battery life. Blink Video Doorbell $41.99 (30% off): This smart camera allows you to save and share clips in the cloud, and you can set it up within minutes. Ring Doorbell Wired (Refurbished) $39.99 (27% off): If you want to stick with Amazon smart devices, then this refurbished Ring Doorbell is a killer fit for most people. It has 1080p video with two-way talk and you can get notifications sent straight to your phone. Arlo Essential Video Doorbell $67.99 (66% off): This doorbell features 1080p video, two way audio, night vision mode, and a wide field of view–useful for when you want to cover a larger area like a driveway.

Ashley is a professional writer and editor with a strong background in tech and pop culture. She has written for high traffic websites such as Polygon, Kotaku,, and Nerdist. In her off time, she enjoys playing video games, reading science fiction novels, and hanging out with her rescue greyhound.

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