The Xbox Series S is on sale at Woot for the lowest price ever
While getting your hands on an Xbox Series S isn’t nearly as hard as getting your hands on a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X these days, Microsoft’s pearly white console is still in high demand. Currently, Woot hosts a deal on Xbox Series S, bringing the regular $299.99 price tag down to $279.99. This isn’t a huge discount by any means, but it matches the best price we’ve ever seen for this console. The Series S is not as powerful as the Series X, with the main differences being the lack of a physical disk drive, less storage space and a less powerful processor. However, the console is still home to fantastic first-party titles such as Forza Horizon 5 and Halo Infinite, and is compatible with a huge library of latest generation titles, many of which are currently for sale.
If you’re a PC gamer, one of MSI’s best gaming monitors is now on sale at Walmart. The MSI Optix MAG321CQR normally costs $449.99, but is currently available for $289.99 at Walmart. This curved 32-inch gaming panel is equipped with all the bells and whistles you need to take your gaming setup to the next level. The Optix lands in a sweet spot by combining a 144Hz refresh rate with a 1440p resolution, striking a solid balance between performance and visual fidelity. In addition to the expected HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, the monitor also features a pair of USB-A ports for power and a single port for data. The included stand is also height and tiltable, and the monitor is compatible with VESA mounts.
Amazon and Best Buy are currently offering a big discount on Razer’s original tournament style keyboard. The Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition is on sale now for $79.99, a healthy $50 off its usual price tag. This isn’t the lowest price we’ve seen, but it’s a decent price for anyone looking for a TKL model. Like other TKL keyboards, the Tournament Edition has omitted the numeric keypad and dedicated media playback buttons for a sleeker design that gives you the essential features you need for gaming, in addition to the handy function row and navigation keys. It also uses Razer’s proprietary linear optical switches for smooth and fast keystrokes, as well as a standardized keycap layout that lets you swap out custom keycaps for a more personal touch.
Whether you need something to keep your floors tidy or just a robot cart for your feline, the iRobot Roomba j7 is a solid option. Normally $649.99, Amazon recently discounted this model to $399.99. One of the smartest automated cleaning solutions for your home, the j7 can clean on a schedule or resolve clutter instantly using the Roomba app or Alexa and Google voice assistants. This model also has built-in obstacle avoidance, which makes it easy to navigate furniture and other large objects, while also ensuring that it doesn’t accidentally choke on a faulty iPhone charger.
But perhaps most importantly, the j7 has good battery life and is capable of avoiding poo and other pet messes it can’t handle effectively. One minor caveat to this otherwise well-rounded robovac is that, unlike the more expensive iRobot Roomba j7 Plus, it doesn’t have an auto-empty base, meaning you’ll have to manually empty the bin.
The Roccat Vulcan Pro keyboard represents one of the less conventional designs in the gaming keyboard space. Currently you can grab this unique keyboard for $129.99 at Amazon, a significant drop from its usual $199.99 price tag and the lowest price we’ve seen for this keyboard yet. The Vulcan Pro features a full-size layout with dedicated media playback controls and a remarkably slim chassis. The sleek styling extends to the keycap design, which rests on top of the switches rather than around them, giving the keyboard a sci-fi typewriter aesthetic and a more prominent display for the RGB backlighting. One last feature that makes this keyboard unique is the software. The Roccat Neon (formerly Swarm) software lets you add custom typing sounds to your keyboard if you’re nostalgic for that classic clicking sound.