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Click Frenzy - WD 2TB My Cloud $109, AMD Ryzen 5 2600 $185, HP i7 16G System $899, Kaspersky Total Security $12 @ SaveOnIT

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Click Frenzy Specials

Here are some Click Frenzy Specials and more products online:

Western Digital 2TB My Cloud NAS USB/Network - $109 + shipping

Simple to use NAS for home. Automatic backup feature for easy centralisation of photos/data from all your devices. Includes MyCloud APP for remote viewing.

Kaspersky Total Security 1 Device 1 year - $12 (No shipping cost)

Multi-device. Suitable for new or renewal. Always the latest version download from Kaspersky website. License key has no expiry and can be activated when required.

AMD Ryzen 5 2600 CPU - $185 + shipping

Great value mid range AM4 CPU.

HP ProDesk 600 G3 i7 system with 16G Ram & 256G SSD - $899 + shipping

Intel i7-7700 CPU, 16G Ram, 256G SSD, 3 Years onsite warranty, Windows 10 Pro

HP V244H 23.8" LED monitor VGA/HDMI/DVI - $118 + shipping

Great value monitor for Home or office

Asus X543UB-DM937T 15.6" FHD Notebook with dedicated MX110 video - $399 + shipping

Great entry notebook with FHD screen and dedicated Nvidia MX110 2GB video.

Microsoft Office 365 Home 1 year 6 users email license - $89 (no shipping)
Great value accessory add on (+shipping):

*CyberPower 8 port surge protector with 2x USB - $25
A must have during the storm season to protect your valuable devices against power surge

*Sandisk 64GB USB Pen Drive - $9

*Lenovo 15.6" notebook backpack - $9.99

*Microsoft Wireless 1850 mouse Pink - $6.99

*Toshiba 15.4" notebook/tablet sleeve - $2

*Logitech H115 Headset Pink - $9.90

*Targus DEFCON P2MKL Notebook Dual Cable Lock - $9.99

Please note due to ClickFenzy sale, some products are limited and only while stock last. 2% surcharge applies to Paypal/CC transactions. No surcharge for direct deposit or PayID. Shipping cost can be calculated on the product page based on location. Combine shipping applies so additional accessories items are generally no additional freight.

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  • -3 votes

    Kaspersky Total Security 1 Device 1 year - $12

    Pay for the privilege of sharing all your data with the Russian intelligence services. No thanks.

    • +3 votes

      LoL you believe nytimes media? Cmon man…

    • +2 votes

      Absolute propaganda BS. Of course the NY Times are going to bag the Russians. Even so, if I had to choose, I'd rather the Russians have my data, than America, Israel or China.

    • +4 votes

      LOL brainwashed into believing US Media shills…

      The reason why the US government and media spread mistruth about Kaspersky was due to how the software was able to detect NSA hacking tool and also was one of many other well known virus lab/companies to identify and begin investing resources into the origins of the Stuxnet virus.

      Better you be informed of the truth and make your own mind up.
      If this software can detect NSA hacking tools I'd put my trust in them rather than some spin doctoring US media reports.

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      Paranoia is a bad thing.

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    Such a good deal with Kaspersky Total Security and while there is a 2x item limit per transaction it is considerably cheaper than buying from Kaspersky.com.au directly. The benefit is that you can activate this whenever you want as the subscription begins at activation not purchase. If you already have an existing active subscription the new activation code will begin after your current one has expired.

    Just note that if you are not based in Australia/New Zealand and you buy a key from this region you will need to use a VPN service (connected to an AU or NZ server) in order to successfully activate this. After serial activation you do not require additional VPN connections this is just Kaspersky's method of geo-blocking serials from cheaper regions.

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    Kaspersky total I year isn't that great a deal - the 2 year 3 device were but they stopped selling them -the 2 year internet security is a better deal.

    Kaspersky is now us based… part of the great new yank Russia tie up…