NetSpot is a software utility that lets you visualize, optimize, and troubleshoot your wireless networks with any MacBook. It allows you to do something as simple as measure signal strength in a given spot, but if you are serious about optimizing your network, it has mapping tools that will allow you to precisely figure out signal strength in every nook and cranny of your home or office. It retails for $149, but through our deal you can get it for $18.49. There's a video on the deal page with a product demo.
Check out the Learn to Design 2016 Bundle, a collection of 9 training courses designed to teach you design skills. Master Web Design in Photoshop, Creating a Responsive Web Design, and Web Design: HTML & CSS For Rookies are just three of the courses includes. Retail on this bundle is more than $1,200, but you can get it for $39 through our deal. You can find more details in the deal listing.
Alright, nostalgic gamers, fire up the wayback machine and activate your NES30 twitch muscles, because we have a deal for you on a new version of the NES30 Game Controller, the NES30 Pro Bluetooth Controller. This is a gamepad designed to reproduce the look and feel of the original NES30 gamepad. You can use it with iOS and Android mobile devices, but you can also use it with your Mac or Windows PC. It connects via Bluetooth, and will work with games that accept controllers, as well as NES emulators. This device is regularly $40, but through our deal, it's $29.99.
ZUS is a smart car charger for your iOS or Android device that serves double duty as a locator for your car. The device's circuitry can charge your iPhone up to two times faster than other chargers, which is cool in and of itself. But then with a free companion app, it becomes a beacon you can use to find your car. Check out the deal listing for more details, including a video showing the device and app in use.
This is the last chance to get our deal on the ChugPlug Portable Macbook Power Pack, an external battery for your MacBook that gives you up to four hours of additional charge. Better yet, it does so in concert with your MacBook's charger, with no additional cables needed. We have it for a whopping 76 percent discount, bringing the price down to $29.99.
Check out the AWS Engineer Certification Bundle, a collection of three tutorials designed to help you pass the exams for AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate, AWSCertified Developer, and AWS Certified SysOps Administrator Associate. The bundle includes more than 26 hours of instructional videos, as well as mock exams. Through our deal, you can get this bundle for $29.
We have a bundle for you today called the Learn to Code Bundle, and you can pay what you want for it. Here's how it works: pay whatever you want, even a penny, and get two courses. Beat the average price—$13.59 as of this writing—and get nine training courses covering topics from HTML5 to Ruby to Python, and more. Plus, 10 percent of the profits from this deal go to Save the Children. Check out the deal listing for more information.
Check out the iSafe Drive Lite, a storage device with a Lightning connector on one side and a USB connector on the other. Use that slider to pick which one is out. It's MFi-certified, and it's designed to let you transfer data between your Mac or PC and your iOS device. You can stream music or movies from it, and it's protected with AES 256 bit encryption. Pretty slick, and through our deal you can get it for $69. Check out the deal listing for details.
Our deal today is on a training bundle for learning project management and becoming PMP Certified. The Premier Project Management Bundle includes five courses with more than 100 hours of video training and hundreds of lectures. You can get this bundle for $39, a tiny fraction of the $1,183 retail price.
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