Samsung Galaxy S24 models now more affordable

"Affordable Galaxy"

Exciting price reductions are happening now on Samsung Galaxy S24 flagship models. Previously tagged at $850, these models are now starting from a lowered rate. The high-end Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is now available at $1,150, with the standard Galaxy S24 from $750. These models come equipped with 8GB of RAM and 128GB storage, with the option to upgrade to 256GB for an additional $50.

Great deals are also available for tablets. The 2022 Apple iPad, boasting the powerful Apple A14 chipset and a modern USB-C port with DisplayPort, pairs beautifully with the first-generation Apple Pencil.

Affordable options for Samsung Galaxy S24 models

Moving on to Samsung’s offerings, the Galaxy Tab S7, featuring an 11″ 120 Hz LCD panel and an S Pen, is an excellent Android alternative.

Also on offer is the Microsoft Surface Pro 7, a convertible tablet armed with a 12.3″ PixelSense display and an Intel i5 10th gen processor. The Surface Pen support adds to its appeal. An affordable crowd-pleaser is the Amazon Fire HD 10 with a 10.1″ Full HD display and hands-free Alexa.

For smaller-size lovers, the iPad mini sticks to its 2021 price of $400 for the 64GB model, while the iPad 10.2 (2021) can be yours at $250 for the 64GB variant. Storage upgrades to 256GB are available for the iPad mini at $550 and the iPad 10.2 at $400, offering value and ample space.

In the Windows domain, the Microsoft Surface Go 3, packed with features like 10.5” FHD+ LCD, 3.5 mm jack, USB-C port, and a microSD slot, is valued at $450 for the 8/128GB model.

Meanwhile, the Apple Mac mini, armed with an M2 10-core GPU chip and 8GB RAM comes with 256GB or 512GB of storage, starts at $699. The 40mm GPS version of the Apple Watch SE is now priced from $200, with LTE and 44mm options available for a small extra cost.

Last but not least, immersive fun awaits with the Meta Quest 2 at $200. For the more adventurous, the advanced Quest 3 costs just over double that.