The deals are a bit slower today than we’ve seen so far this week, but there are still a few that we want to tell you about. In case you missed it, the Best Buy $ 100 sale on the latest MacBook Air laptop ends later today. Instead of paying $ 1,000 for the base model with 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM and a tenth-generation Intel Core i3 processor, you can get it for $ 900. It is available in silver, gold, or space gray, and unlike the Defamed butterfly key switches used in the previous generation, this keyboard is much better.
If you’re looking for another monitor for your desktop, or the first, LG’s G-Sync-compatible 27-inch IPS monitor at Costco has dropped to $ 180 (usually $ 250). It’s hard to find a 27-inch FHD monitor for under $ 200, let alone one that has an IPS panel with a 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and FreeSync and G-Sync support for speed support. variable table. This one is big enough to juggle multiple windows comfortably, and while it would be great if this model had QHD resolution, it’s hard to beat this price, though.
If you’re not a Costco member, you’ll get a 5 percent surcharge added to the total, which in this case amounts to around $ 9.
Also in the gaming arena, but applicable to many other use cases, Daily Steals offers Edge Readers a deal on a revamped set of Logitech G Pro wired gaming headsets. This model typically costs around $ 90 new, but you can get one that has been refurbished for $ 50 with the offer code. VERGEGPRO in box. Like the new model, these come with all accessories, such as replaceable pads, a detachable boom microphone with pop filter, and all the cables you need to set it up with your PC or game console.
Importantly, this headset comes with a one-year warranty against defects, so if something goes wrong within that time, you can repair or replace it at no cost.