It’s easy to put off buying new tech. Money is tight, and it’s hard to sort through the barrage of discounts online. If you’re anything like us, you’re probably always waiting for that one gorgeous tech deal to sweep you off your feet and straight toward the check out line. Well, consider yourself the prettiest patron at the dance. With a little help from our friends at TechBargains, we compiled three fantastic products that are on sale this week, ready to tango – and one pre-order opportunity you may find attractive.
Three great tech and gaming deals:
LG is changing the TV landscape with its OLED screens, which have the most vivid color and deepest blacks on the market. You can finally nab a LG 55-inch 4K OLED TV for $1,799.99 (list price: $1,999.99). Dell will also throw in a $150 Gift Card to its store.
If you own a 4K TV (see above), you’ll want a PlayStation 4 that can handle it. The standard black PS4 Pro is normally $400 without a game, but Amazon has a better deal going that includes one of the biggest games of the year, Destiny 2. You can nab a white PS4 Pro bundle with Destiny 2 for $399.99 (list price: $449.99).
This Dell laptop isn’t for gaming, but it will help with everything else. Specced out with a 15.6-inch screen, Windows 10 Pro, Intel Core i5-7200 processor, 8GB of RAM, a 256GB solid-state drive, and a price well under $500, it’s a bargain. Dell’s website has the Dell Inspiron 15 5000 for $429.99 (use code: INSP320, list price: $749.99).
The Nintendo Switch Super Mario Odyssey Bundle pre-order is live:
The Nintendo Switch is the most exciting and hottest gaming system this year, and Super Mario Odyssey is one of the most anticipated games of the holiday season. This bundle includes a full Switch console with red Joy-Con controllers, a copy of the game, and a Mario-themed carrying case, which is an accessory you’ll want so you avoid scratching the handheld’s screen.
The bundle will come out with the game on October 27. Pre-order the Nintendo Switch Mario Odyssey bundle for $379.99..
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