<pre><pre>Nintendo & # 39; s Super Famicom Classic is nowadays cheaper than the SNES Classic

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Despite what Nintendo & # 39; s SNES Classic product page says you will find it hard to find a SNES Classic in stores, especially at the original price of $ 79.99. But Newegg offers an alternative that collectors may be interested in: the Nintendo Super Famicom Classic, Japanese version of the SNES. According to the list, this mini console usually costs $ 139.99 (import is not cheap!), but it is currently available for $ 74.99.

The Super Famicom Classic has a different design than the US SNES Classic. The most striking difference is the series of colorful face buttons, which makes this really worth buying in my book. The list of games is also somewhat different. However, please note that all games are in Japanese and cannot be switched to English (or your preferred language).

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If you are looking for other deals, RavPower is small and powerful 45W USB-C wall adapter is back to $ 29.99 for readers of The edge. If you want to see this discount, you must cut the discount coupon on the Amazon product page, then paste in the exclusive VERGE45W offer code at checkout. We experienced technical problems with this deal during the Memorial Day weekend, but it is now that time again.

Back at Newegg there is an excellent deal for 16 GB Corsair DDR4 3000 MHz RAM. Twin Corsair Vengeance 8GB sticks cost $ 69.99 for a limited time. It is common to pay nearly $ 100 or more for 16 GB of fast RAM, so this is a deal to look out for when considering (or rebuilding) a gaming desktop.

Most Memorial Day sales are over, but there are a few that are worth seeing: