Check out the new hot daily deals for today, including the lowest ever prices on 512GB and 256GB Micro SDXC memory cards for the Nintendo Switch, up to $500 off 2022 Hisense gaming TVs with HDMI 2.1, 50% off the Logitech G435 LIGHTSPEED wireless gaming headset, an Acer Nitro Intel Core i7 Alder Lake RTX 3070 Ti gaming laptop for under $1500, and more.
Samsung EVO Select 512GB Micro SDXC Card (Nintendo Switch Compatible) for $46.99
Amazon has the Samsung EVO Select 512GB Micro SDXC card for the lowest price we have ever seen. It's normally listed at $84.99 but today there is a 45% price drop bringing it down to only $46.99. This card is 100% compatible for the Nintendo Switch console. The Switch only comes with 32GB of built-in storage, which is a paltry amount considering The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild takes up 14GB of storage all by itself. This card increases your storage by a whopping 16 times!
If you're looking for a Micro SDXC memory card for something other than the Switch, the Samsung EVO Select is a great choice as well. Its U3 A2 speed rating is faster than most Micro SDXC cards you'll find elsewhere, so it's perfect for smartphone or digital camera storage expansion for recording high resolution photos or uninterrupted 4K video streaming.
Price Drops on the Newest WD Black SN850X 1TB NVMe Gaming PS5 Compatible SSDs (From $119.99)
The SN850X is the successor to the super popular but aging WD Black SN850 SSD. The SN850X has newer flash chips (BiCS5 vs BiCS4) and an updated firmware, which combined offer improved sequential and random read/write speeds. For PC gamers, there's also an updated Game Mode 2.0 utility that's designed to tune the SSD for better performance during gaming sessions. If you already own a WD SN850 SSD, there's not enough of a performance increase here to justify an upgrade. However, if you're in the market for a brand new SSD, at this price I'd recommend going with the SN850X over the SN850.
85" Sony X91J 4K Full Array LED Google TV for $1798
Projectors are out. You can score one of Sony's higher-end full-array LED TVs of 2021 – at a massive size no less – for under $1800. A true (not simulated) 4K projector costs upwards of $4K+ and even at the price the image quality of the projector couldn't emulate the X91J. An 85" TV boasts a whopping 70% larger viewing area than a 65" TV. The X91J also features a lot of the newer technology you'd want in a dedicated gaming TV, like a true 120Hz panel with HDMI 2.1 inputs for true 4K @ 120Hz support on the PS5 and Xbox Series X, as well as VRR and ALLM. HDR is excellent as well thanks to the X91J's full array LED backlighting with local dimming and wide color gamut.
55" Hisense U8H 4K Quantum ULED Mini LED Google TV for $649.99, 65" for $949.99
HDMI 2.1 for 4K @ 120Hz
Thie Hisense U8H is a 2022 TV that replaces the U8G. This is a fantastic TV at a budget price. It's one of the higher end TVs that Hisense sells and its picture quality competes with the top-end LED LCD TV models from Samsung, LG, and Sony. The biggest upgrade from last year's model is the Mini-LED QLED panel, which allows for better control of black levels and thus a higher contrast ratio. It has two HDMI 2.1 ports and a native 120Hz panel so it can push 4K @ 120Hz with PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles, as well as VRR and ALLM. It does a great job at displaying HDR content thanks to its high peak brightness and excellent black levels.
YETI Rambler 10oz Lowball Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel with MagSlider Lid for $15
YETI is certainly not a brand that's synonymous with low prices, but there are always exceptions. This small 10oz lowball has a lot of the YETI features we love, like the easy-to-use leakproof MagSlider lid and the sturdy double-wall vacuum insulated stainless steel construction that's BPA-free and dishwasher safe. It's actually available at YETI direct for the same price, however it's listed as a "Last Chance Clearance" item, which means this deal won't be around for long.
Apple AirPods 2 for $99.99
Pick up a pair of Apple AirPods 2 wireless earbuds for the lowest price we've ever seen. These are the older 2nd generation model. It includes a charging case that you plug in via USB Type-C. The Apple AirPods 3 cost $169.99, a whopping $70 more, and quite honestly the price premium for the newer model isn't worth it.
50% Off Logitech G435 Wireless Gaming Headset
The Logitech G435 wireless gaming headset is currently 50% off at Amazon. It's normally $79.99, but today you can get it for only $39.99. This is a very lightweight (5.8oz) headset that doesn't bother you during long gaming marathons and has comfortable materials like breathable memory foam padded earcups. It features 40mm drivers, both LIGHTSPEED wireless and Bluetooth connectivity, and up to 18 hours of battery life on a single charge. It's also available in two very unique colors.
Acer Nitro 5 15" Intel Core i7-12700H Alder Lake RTX 3070 Ti Gaming Laptop for $1499.99
Acer (direct) has the Acer Nitro 5 15" gaming laptop, equipped with the newest 12th generation Intel Alder Lake Intel Core i7 processor and an RTX 3070 Ti GPU for only $1499.99, a savings of $300. The new Intel Alder Lake processor is signficantly faster than any Intel Core i7 CPU before it. It's also much faster than the new AMD Ryen 7 6000 series processors. The GPU has a respectable TGP rating of 150W. Higher TDP means more power is supplied to the graphics card, and that directly equates to better performance in games.
Apple AirPods Max Headphones for $369.99
Today, Woot has a pair of Apple Certified Reconditioned AirPods Max headphones for $369.99, a hefty $170 (33%) price drop from the original MSRP of $549. Woot states that these Apple Certified refurbs appear practically brand new and are shipped in a custom padded brown box. They include a 90-day limited Woot warranty. Woot itself is owned by Amazon, so you can get free shipping if you're an Amazon Prime member.
Apple iPad 10.2" 64GB for $279.99
This is the lowest price we've seen for the newest Apple iPad (it was $299 on Amazon Prime Day). Apple's latest 10.2" iPad is a great option for school, work, or simply relaxing with your favorite movie, book, or streaming service. It features the new Apple A13 Bionic chip for fast CPU and GPU performance to tackle just about anything, and the large 10.2-inch Retina display ensures everything is bright and crisp during use. iPad also features both a front-facing camera for voice chat, and rear camera for taking photos and videos.
Razer Anzu Smart Glasses for $59.99 (Was $200)
The Razer Anzu glasses come with two sets of interchangeable lenses; blue-light filtering lenses for indoor PC use and polarized sunglass lenses for outdoor use. Blue light filtering lenses are designed to reduce eye strain and fatigue caused by high energy blue light emitted from your computer monitor. Blue light is a melatonin suppressor, and the theory is that using your monitor at night suppresses your natural sleep cycle. If that's true, blue light filtering lenses should help you fall asleep better, even after an intense late night gaming session. The tinted polarized lenses work much like any regular pair of sunglasses; the polarized film provides 99% UVA/UVB protection and is designed to reduce glare and eliminate potential eye damage from the sun.
New 2022 Apple MacBook Pro 13" M2 Laptop
The 2022 Apple MacBook Pro laptop featuring the brand new Apple M2 chip was released in late June, and we're seeing the first real discount in the wild. Amazon has the 13" model for $1150, a substantial 12% price drop from its $1300 MSRP. The new M2 chip is about 20% more powerful than the previous generation M1 chip, which was already faster than any other CPU found on previous Apple MacBook laptops. The M2 chip is also extremely power efficient, with this laptop boasting up to 20 hours of battery life on a single charge. In addition to the new M2 CPU, this laptop features a gorgeous 13" Retina display with 500 nits of brightness and P3 wide color, 10-core GPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD.
Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3080 GPU from $729.99
These three GeForce RTX 3080 GPUs are the least expensive RTX 3080 variants on Amazon right now. The RTX 3080 really doesn't need any introduction. This is the de facto card to get if you plan to run current generation games at 4K, since it's up to 50% faster than the previous generation RTX 2080 SUPER and doesn't command the exorbitant price of the RTX 3080 Ti or RTX 3090 (both of which are a mere 3%-5% faster in real world performance). It has an HDMI 2.1 port for passing through 4K @ 120Hz, which it has the power to drive even with resource hungry games like Elden Ring.
Acer Predator Orion 3000 Intel Core i7-11700F RTX 3070 Gaming PC for $1399.99
This is a great price for a prebuilt gaming PC equipped with an RTX 3070 GPU. The RTX 3070 is significantly more powerful than the RTX 3060 Ti or the RTX 2080 SUPER. It is the perfect card for 1440p gaming, even at high refresh rates (the RTX 3080 and higher are generally overkill). It's paired with an 11th generation Intel Core i7-11700F 8-core CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and 1TB HDD. The case looks slick too, with its windowed side panel and RGB.
EVGA XR1 Pro Capture Card for $89.99
The EVGA XR1 Pro Capture Card normally sells for $219.99, but Amazon has it for only $89.99 today. That's significantly cheaper than even the non-Pro model. The XR1 allows you to capture up to 1440p @ 60fps or 4K @ 30fps video It also supports 1440p @ 144Hz or 4K @ 60Hz passthrough. It's OBS certified for audio capture. This is a great way to record high resolution video and audio without stealing valuable CPU or GPU resources.
2022 55" Hisense 55U6H 4K QLED TV for $398
This is the first discount we've seen for Hisense's 2022 TV. The U6H is a ULED Premim QLED TV that improves on last year's U6G model with more local dimming zones on its full array LED backlight, variable refresh rate, and the swap over to the new Google TV smart OS. In additional, the 2022 model gets a 2 year warranty compared to the 1 year warranty on the 2021 model. This is an excellent TV with a lot of higher end features for its price point.
$300 Off the New 48" LG UltraGear 48GP900-B 4K HDR OLED Gaming Monitor, Now $1197.49
For those of you who love LG OLED TVs (for good reason) but don't like the idea of using a TV for a computer monitor, there's now an answer. LG has released its first UltraGear OLED gaming monitor. At first glance, the 48GP900 with its 48" LG WOLED 10-bit color HDR display seems very similar to the 48" LG C1 OLED TV. The panel is very similar, but there are some key differences. Instead of the semi glossy coating found on the OLED TV, the 48GP900 features an anti-glare low reflective coating that is undoubtedly a better fit for close up monitor usage. It also has DisplayPort connectivity and lacks the built-in Smart TV interface. It does carry over the HDMI 2.1 ports with 4K @ 120Hz compatiblity for PS5 and Xbox Series X owners, as well as VRR and G-SYNC support, but the 120Hz refresh rate can be overclocked to 138Hz when used as a PC monitor.
HP OMEN RTX 3070 Gaming PC for $1376.99
HP is offering an HP OMEN RTX 3070 gaming PC for only $1286.99 after a 10% off code "10GAMER2022". This is currently the best price we can find for a prebuilt gaming PC equipped with an Intel Core i7 Alder Lake CPU and GeForce RTX 3070 GPU. The Alder Lake CPU is Intel's newest gen processor, and it is significantly more powerful than any of Intel's previous chips. It's also more powerful than AMD's latest Ryzen 7 6000 series CPUs.
HP Pavilion RTX 3060 Gaming PC for $649
You won't find an RTX 3060 equipped gaming PC for cheaper at the moment. This HP Pavilion gaming PC comes pre-installed with a 10th gen Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD. The RTX 3060 is about 20% faster than the RTX 2060 SUPER and is on par with the RTX 2070. That means it handles 1080p gaming beautifully and has the chops to take on 1440p and VR gaming as well.
ASUS TUF Dash 15" Intel Core i7 Alder Lake RTX 3060 Gaming Laptop for $999.99
This was one of the most popular gaming laptop deals during Amazon Prime Day, and it's back for a cheaper price! That's right, this particular ASUS TUF Dash 15" gaming laptop was priced at $1100 on Black Friday, but it's only $999.99 today. It features an RTX 3060 GPU with 105W max TGP and the newest generation Intel Core i7-12650H Alder Lake processor. The new Alder Lake processors are a significant performance bump over previous gen Intel CPUs. Complementing these specs are 16GB of DDR5 RAM and a 512GB SSD.
Dell S2721DGF 27" 1440p GSYNC Gaming Monitor
The Dell S2721DGF is one of the best 27" gaming monitors under $500, and it's heavily discounted today. The S2721DGF boasts a QHD (2560×1440) resolution, a high quality IPS panel with wide viewing angles and excellent color rendition including 98% DCI-P3 color coverage, a super fast 1ms response time and up to 165Hz refresh rate through the DisplayPort. It's also FreeSync Premium Pro and G-SYNC compatible.
Zotac GeForce RTX 3090 GPU for $999.99
Woot has the Zotac GeForce RTX 3090 GPU for only $999.99. This is an outstanding price for one of the most powerful video cards available. On Amazon, the least expensive RTX 3090 GPU is over $1300. Although the RTX 3090 is indeed a best-in-class gaming card (it's as much as 20% more powerful than the RTX 3080 at 4K resolution), it's actually not really intended for gamers. The RTX 3090 is the workstation GPU of choice not because of its processing power (which it has in spades), but because of the massive 24GB of GDDR6X RAM.
Preorder the Sega Genesis Mini 2 from Amazon JP
This is one the only ways to get your hands on a Sega Genesis Mini 2 preorder, which releases in late October. This is the new and improved version of the Sega Genesis Mini that was released back in 2019, with better hardware, a small footprint based on the Sega Genesis Model 2, and and over 50 preloaded games including Sonic the Hedgehog CD, Shining Force CD, Virtua Racing and more (not all games have been announced). Note that there will be a $21.99 overseas shipping charge.
40% Off HBO Max When You Prepay For a Year
Game of Thrones' House of the Dragon Premieres August 21
Pay for 12 months of HBO Max and get 40% off your order total. HBO Max is normally $9.99/month ($119.88/yr) for the ad-supported plan and $14.99/month ($179.88/yr) for the ad-free plan. Instead you'd be paying $69.99 for 1 year of the ad-supported plan or $104.99 for 1 year of the ad-free plan. That's technically a savings of 41.6%.
This is the perfect time to sign up for HBO Max. The highly anticipated Game of Thrones' House of the Dragon premiered exclusively on HBO Max starting August 21. Set 200 years before the events of the original Game of Thrones TV series, House of the Dragon covers the fall of House Targaryen. In addition to Game of Thrones, HBO Max is host to the entire collection of DC movies (including The Batman), Harry Potter series, Lord of the Rings and movies like Dune, King Richard, Free Guy, and much, much more.
Newest Apple TV 4K 32GB and 64GB Both on Sale
The Apple TV 4K happened to be one of Amazon Prime Day's hottest sellers. Today the price has dropped down to the same as what we saw on Prime Day. The newest Apple TV features two major upgrades. It boasts an A12 Bionic processor that boosts graphics performance, video decoding, and audio processing and delivers high frame rate HDR with Dolby Vision. It also includes a new Apple TV remote. The overall build quality is better than before, but the biggest enhancements are a 5-way clickpad, mute button, and dedicated power button that works for your TV, receiver, and Apple TV.
43% Off Transformers Toys Generations Legacy Series Leader Galvatron Action Figure
There's a big 43% price drop on this Transformers Generations Legacy Series G1-inspired action figure. Galvatron transforms from robot to galactic cannon mode in 33 steps. Accessories include Galvatron's signature Particle Beam cannon, two side cannons that attach in both modes, and the Matrix of Leadership necklace.