We’ve featured some great offers from TNW Deals this week, and compiled the best of them in one place. Check out a pair of great Bluetooth earbuds, a storage boost for your iOS device, a powerful VPN, and a lifetime cloud storage solution.
Adding storage to your iOS devices is usually a hassle (and pricey), but the iKlips drive neatly solves that issue. Simply plug the iKlips’ Lightning connector to your iOS device, and you’ll easily add 32 GB of storage. It’s also compatible with PC and Mac devices as a standard flash drive, thanks to the USB connector on its opposite end.
Buy now: Get the iKlips Dual-Interface Drive for $55, marked down from the $69 MSRP. Other storage options (up to 128 GB) are available for a similar discount.
Get a lifetime of ad-free, private browsing with Windscribe VPN, a desktop app and browser extension. Just turn on Windscribe on your desktop once, and it will work behind the scenes to protect your sensitive data. You’ll also enjoy extra protection thanks to the firewall and Windscribe’s no activity logging guarantee.
For a solid file backup solution, check out this lifetime subscription to Zoolz Cloud Backup. You’ll get access to 1 TB of storage for all your files, all protected with Zoolz’s military-grade 256-AES encryption. Store up to 500 GB of your data in Instant Storage, and the rest in Cold Storage (for files you don’t need to access immediately).
Buy now: Get lifetime access to 1TB of Zoolz Cloud Storage for just $39. That’s over 90 percent off the retail price.
The FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth earbuds are designed to be used on the go, due to their superb audio quality, water-resistance, and 10-hour playtime. They’re also intuitive to use, thanks to their magnetic design. The earbuds will automatically turn off when placed together, and will turn back on when pulled apart for use.
Buy now: Get the FRESHeBUDS Pro earbuds for 66 percent off—just $39.95 for a limited time.
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