Flipkart Grand Gadgets Sale: Huge Discount On Tablets, Laptops & Smartwatches

New Delhi: E-Commerce giant Flipkart on Tuesday launched the ‘Flipkart Grand Gadgets Sale’ offering jaw-dropping discounts on notebooks, hard disks, power banks, printers, tablets, DSLRs, smart fitness bands, and headphones, among other products.

The Grand Gadget sale will last until November 29. It brings devices from brands such as Apple, Canon, Fitbit, HP, Epson, Nikon, and Samsung. Flipkart has also tied up with HDFC Bank to offer customers with a five percent instant discount on EMI transactions using HDFC Bank credit cards. Also, Flipkart is offering no-cost EMI options and exchange offers to customers during sale.

Laptops:

During the sale, Acer Aspire 3 A315-33 with Linux at Rs. 14,990 (MRP Rs. 20,999). Similarly, the Lenovo Ideapad 320 (IP320-151SK) DOS edition is available at Rs. 23,990 (MRP Rs. 30,990). The HP G 245 G5 with DOS is available at a discounted price of Rs. 18,399 (MRP Rs. 21,490) whereas Apple notebook with MacBook Air Core i5 variant with 8GB RAM/ 128GB storage is available at Rs. 9,990.

Tablets:

The Wi-Fi only Apple iPad 6th Gen 32GB is available at Rs. 25,999 (MRP Rs. 28,000), whereas the iPad 6th Gen 128GB has been priced at Rs. 35,399 (MRP Rs. 35,700). Similarly, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A Wi-Fi+4G variant has been priced at Rs. 13,999 (MRP Rs. 17,800). The Lenovo Tab 4 8 16GB is available at Rs. 10,990 (MRP Rs. 16,000) whereas Lenovo Tab 7 Essential 16GB is available at Rs. 6,999 (MRP Rs. 9,900).

Smartwatches:

Coming to wearables, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 42mm is available at Rs. 24,990 (MRP Rs. 25,990). Similarly, Huami Amazfit Stratos is available at Rs. 13,999 (MRP Rs. 15,999), Samsung Gearfit 2 Pro at Rs. 9,999 (MRP Rs. 13,999), Lenovo HX06 at Rs. 999 (MRP Rs. 1,999 and Xiaomi Mi Band HRX Edition at Rs. 1,299 (MRP Rs. 1,799).

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