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Deal Of The Day: The Name Your Own Price Must-Have Mac Bundle ft. Typinator

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StackCommerce’s Name Your Own Price Mac bundles are one of the reasons they’re doing so well. They’re beloved by readers and we think this new one will be no exception. You’re looking at 9 everyday Mac apps, plus 1 course so you can learn how to use them all. This is a $543 for which you can pay what you want. Mind you, you’ll only get 3 apps if you pay less than the average price, but this price is normally much, much lower than the true retail value. 10% of all proceeds go to charity. So what are these apps?

Typinator
The Program That “Types” Frequently-Used Text For You

Hotspot Shield VPN – 1 Year Elite Subscription
Protect Your Privacy: Surf Anonymously, Unblock Websites, & Hide Your IP address

Starry Night Enthusiast 7
Turn Your Computer Into A Virtual Universe

Intensify Pro
The Image Enhancer For Photographers Of All Levels

Spotdox: 3 Year Subscription
Get Access To All Your Files, On Any Device, Anywhere

Data Backup 3
Easy, Powerful, & Flexible Backups

Paperless
Fuel Your Paper-Free Lifestyle

MacJournal 6
A Multimedia Journal For The 21st Century

Pixa
An Invaluable Image Management & Sharing App

The Must-Have Mac App Tutorial
Learn To Navigate The Ins-And-Outs Of Your 9 Apps

[ Get The NYOP Mac Bundle ]

Deal Of The Day: 52% Off On 10ft MFi-Certified iOS Lightning Cable

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You know how expensive branded Apple Lightning cables are, right? It’s like $25 for a 3ft. one. So now that you’re looking at the 10ft MFi-Certified iOS Lightning Cable for $19, maybe you’re realizing it’s quite a deal. Not only is this cable cheaper than a standard Apple one, it’s over three times longer. This means you can comfortably sit on your sofa, playing Candy Crush, while your near-dead phone is charging. And that, my friends, is really all there is to this deal.

[ Get The 10ft MFi-Certified iOS Lightning Cable ]

Deal Of The Day: 41% Off On SKEYE Nano Drone

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Quadrotor copters are all the rage these days, and the SKEYE Nano Drone stands out. The thing is tiny, measuring 4.0 × 4.0 centimers (or 1.57 × 1.57 inches), and literally fits in the palm of your hand.

The Nano Drone is high thrust, low weight, and has incredibly responsive controls that are complimented by sophisticated circuitry, piezoelectric gyros, and accelerometers to give the Nano Drone outstanding stability and maneuverability.

You’ll love this drone because anyone can fly it anywhere. It offers three distinct flight modes – one for beginners who are just learning to fly, another for more advanced pilots, and a third, ‘expert’ mode for seasoned flight veterans.

A 30 minute charge will give you about 8 minutes of flight time, with a 50m range. No, there’s no video camera on this one, but at $35 that would be asking for a miracle. Still, it’s the time to be thinking of Christmas presents and the SKENE Nano Drone seems right in the sweet spot.

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[ Get the SKEYE Nano Drone ]

Deal Of The Day: 25% Off On NES30 Bluetooth Controller

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If you want to play games on your tablet or smartphone, you have two choices. Use the on-screen controls like a peasant. Or get yourself dedicated controller. The NES30 is as good as any, and some would argue even better since it’s shaped to look exactly like an NES controller of old. The only difference is it connects through Bluetooth and has reconfigurable buttons. Oh, and there are two additional action buttons and two shoulder buttons. Because, well, today’s games might need more than three buttons. But there you have it, for $29 you can party like it’s 1986.

[ Get The NES30 Bluetooth Controller! ]

Deal Of The Day: 33% Off On LithiumCard AIR

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You’re looking at a 5-credit-card-thick external battery in a nice aluminum housing, one which packs a very respectable 1,200mAh. It’s called the LithiumCard Air, but it’s not the capacity that’s most impressive, it’s what they’re calling the HyperCharging feature. See, the battery cranks out an impressive 2Amps of power, which is a lot and is enough to charge your device up to 1% per minute. The cables are integrated and flip out, making it so that you don’t have to carry anything else but the card. There’s even a sticky pad included in case you want to glue it on to your device. And best of all, the LithiumCard AIR is all of $40, after today’s 33$ rebate. You have to pick a Lightning connector or MicroUSB option on checkout.

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[ Get The LithiumCard AIR ]

Deal Of The Day: 24% Off On The Pocket Kick Speaker

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SoundFreaq makes some pretty cool speakers, like the DoubleSpot Bluetooth speaker we featured last month. But this time we’re looking at something slightly different. It’s the Pocket Kick speaker. It’s small, yet rocks a big sound:

It features a pair of custom-engineered drivers and a passive radiator which is set between two full-metal, open air grills to optimize airflow and project full-frequency sound with lower frequencies kicked out the back.

With 10+ hours of battery life, a tiny 5.9” x 2.5” x 1.2” footprint and a $75 price tag, it’s hard not to like it. Toss it in a bag, a pocket, and carry the party anywhere you go.

[ Get The SoundFreaq Pocket Kick ]

Deal Of The Day: 58% Off On Limefuel LP200X, a 20,000 mAh Powerhouse

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You’re looking at a portable battery pack with a capacity of 20,000 mAh, and two USB ports, for $35. That alone right there should be enough to convince you that it’s an amazing deal. That’s because the Limefuel LP200X does at $35 more than the Energizer XP18000A does at $179! Not only will you be able to charge two devices multiple times over, you also get an integrated flashlight as well as a digital charge indicator.

It’s pretty small, clocking in at 6.4×3.1×0.9 inches and 15 ounces, and well… it’s $35!

[ Get the Limefuel LP200X ]

Deal Of The Day: 152 Duracell Batteries For $60

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If you’ve ever stopped by a convenience store on the way home to buy just a pair of AA batteries, you’ll know just what a racket that is. Costing as much as $5-$6 a pair, these things can get ridiculously expensive if not bought at the right time and place. Like now. You’re looking at a kit of 100 AA and 52 AAA Duracell batteries, and they’re going for $59.99. That works out to around 34 cents a piece, rather than the $2-$3 they can sometimes cost. The batteries are good until 2019, so it’s not like you’re buying old, unsold stuff.

[ Get The 152 Duracell Batteries ]

Deal Of The Day: 46% Off On Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 + Aerial Camera

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Drones are all the rage these days, and it’s nice to see prices dropping. The Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 + Aerial Camera features self-stabilizing flight that works even in windy conditions. Throw it about and watch it right itself automatically. A 2.4GHZ transmitter gives you a 400 foot range, while the attached camera can swivel about to catch shots from more angles. For $75, it’s hard to find a better deal.

[ Get The Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 ]