Razer’s Kishi for Android is cheaper than ever


The Razer Kishi is one of the best mobile controllers out there, and you can get it for significantly less than it usually costs at Amazon and Best Buy. Normally $80, the version of the controller made for Android costs $55. The Kishi is compact, but can be expanded to fit most phones (with the exception of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra). It features pass-through USB-C charging and the overall design resembles a Nintendo Switch, but those used to gaming on an Xbox Series X controller should feel at home with the feel and arrangement of the buttons, sticks and triggers of the Kishi.

Razer Kishi for Android

Prices taken at time of publication.

Razer’s Switch-like controller designed for mobile gaming and Microsoft’s xCloud gaming service.

We saw some fire sales on Microsoft’s Surface Duo foldable Android phone last month, and Woot is back with another one – only for AT&T subscribers though. You can get a new Surface Duo with 128GB of storage for $550 or double the storage for $620. Both come with a one-year warranty from Microsoft.

Microsoft Surface Duo (AT&T)

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The Microsoft Surface Duo is the company’s first Android phone and features two full-size displays secured by a 360-degree hinge.

The latest pre-Prime Day deal Amazon is running is a TV promo running in Toshiba’s 50-inch 4K Fire TV Edition model with Dolby Vision HDR. It is one of the best Fire TV Edition models you can buy, and through Saturday it’s $310 for Prime members instead of $430. In case you’re not aware, Fire TV Edition means Amazon’s streaming software is built right into the TV, so you can stream Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video, Disney Plus, and more right after you turn it on.

Toshiba 50-inch 4K Fire TV Edition

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An affordable 4K LED TV with built-in Fire TV technology. This model stands out from the other Fire TV Edition models with its Dolby Vision HDR feature.

If you have a significantly bigger budget for a 4K TV, consider checking out Amazon and Best Buy deals at Sony 4K TVs and LG OLED TVs (you get 10 percent back on one of these TVs if you buy from Amazon with a Prime credit card). The 55-inch LG A1 OLED is $200 off at $1,400, and it’s close to feature parity with higher-end models in LG’s lineup. Keep in mind that it has one less HDMI port (three vs. four) and its processor is from a previous generation of OLEDs. Notably, this OLED has a 60Hz refresh rate, so it won’t be ideal for gaming at high refresh rates like more expensive OLEDs, although it still looks great on this display.

LG A1 OLED (55 inches)

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LG’s entry-level OLED TV, the A1, has an automatic low-latency mode. Although, unlike more expensive OLEDs, it doesn’t have a fast refresh rate.

If you want an OLED with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and support for AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync, consider switching to the LG C1 OLED. The 48-inch model costs the same as the 55-inch A1 above for $1,400. The 55-inch model costs $1,600, and we’ve included links for that model below.


Prices taken at time of publication.

LG’s C1 OLED starts with a 48-inch model, rising to 83 inches. All sizes of this OLED have a refresh rate of 120 Hz, support for FreeSync and G-Sync and a fast processor.

There is a $10 discount on physical versions of Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster for PS4 and the Nintendo Switch. You can find the game with this small price cut at Best Buy and Amazon, which costs $40 instead of $50.