Deals: Monoprice Discounts Thunderbolt Cables by Up To 35%, Amazon's Magic Trackpad 2 Sale, and More

Well-known cable and accessory maker Monoprice today introduced a new sale on Thunderbolt cables, with discounts reaching as much as 35 percent off of original prices during the limited-time event. The retailer offers Thunderbolt cables of various speeds, wattage, and length, affecting the price of each.

The cheapest cable in the sale starts at $13.99, down from $19.99 for the 20 Gbps, 60W, 1.0 meter cable, and prices increase from there. Check out more Thunderbolt cables on sale below and head to Monoprice for the full list (including Thunderbolt 3 and Thunderbolt 2 cables):

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Thunderbolt 3 Cables

Magic Trackpad 2

Additionally, Amazon today has marked down Apple's Magic Trackpad 2 (Silver) to $99.00, $30 off from its original retail price of $129.00. This is the lowest the Magic Trackpad 2 has ever been on Amazon, and is the current best price online for a new version of the device among the major retailers.

10.5-inch iPad Pro (2017)

Amazon also has a few sales on the previous generation 10.5-inch iPad Pro, marked down by as much as $200. These ‌iPad Pro‌ models launched in mid 2017, include a 10.5-inch Retina Display with ProMotion, an A10X Fusion chip, Touch ID, and a 10 hour battery life.

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Anker Discount Codes

Lastly, Anker has introduced a new set of discount codes as February comes to a close, with savings on portable battery packs, USB-C cables, Bluetooth headphones, and more. You can find the expiration dates for each code below, and remember that to see the discounts you'll have to enter the relevant code during the checkout process on Amazon.

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Head to our full Deals Roundup for more information on this week's sales.

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