Welcome back to another week of the best tech deals, and this week might just be great for tech fans on the hunt. We're moving away from the back-to-school bargain rush of backpacks and books to stores that are prepping for the next generation of cellphones and tablets.
I've actually already written a tip about what's cheap this month - it could help you in your own personal bargain quest.
As for today, I've got three great deals for you. Cord cutting, tablets and a best-selling printer are all accounted for. Stick around!
Refurbished Google Nexus 7 Tablet - $149.99 ($229.99)
How would you like an Android tablet that can stream movies, browse the Internet, take calls and do basically anything that your PC and smartphone can handle? The Google Nexus 7 is a great way to jump into the world of the modern tablet.
It's not a bleeding-edge product, but it will run any app that you need. Not only that, but the Google Nexus line of tablets is one of the best-trusted in the market. It's a great option that's conveniently priced.
Roku Streaming Stick - $39.99 ($49.99)
Still not entirely sold on how cheap it can be to cut the cord on your cable service? Roku's smallest ever product is the easiest way to check it out for yourself. Simply plug the device into your TV's HDMI port and then the device can be controlled by your smartphone or a mobile app.
So that means you can get access to just about any of your subscription-based streaming services in HD for $40. It's a great option for entry-level cord cutting.