We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.
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Amazon’s back at it again with another big Logitech sale, so whether you’re upgrading your own computer setup, or buying holiday gifts, there’s a lot to choose from in here.
The headliners here are probably the MX Master Mouse and the MX Anywhere 2, both of which have proven popular with our readers. The Master has a few extra buttons and a more ergonomic design, but they both have excellent sensors that can work on any surface, including glass.
The C920 webcam is also a good choice for vloggers, or desktop PC users who don’t have cameras built into their monitors.
A variety of keyboards are included in the sale, starting at just $12. The most popular model though is the K400, which includes a built-in trackpad that makes it perfect for controlling a home theater PC from afar.
As for audio, you can choose from two different speaker systems, including a surround sound setup that would work for your home theater, in addition to your computer.
There are still more deals in here that we didn’t cover, so head over to Amazon to see the full list.
You might have heard of quantum dots in the context of TVs, but Samsung uses them in a 4K computer monitor as well, and we’ve got an exclusive all-time low price on it today with promo code KINJA4K.
You can read all about quantum dots here, but the long and short of it that they’re the backbone of a backlighting technology that can produce OLED-quality images and rich, deep blacks on a less expensive LCD panel.
$400 (with promo code KINJA4K) is really not all that expensive for a 28" 4K monitor from a name brand manufacturer, so you’re definitely getting your money’s worth considering this model uses state of the art technology. For context, the monitor’s currently priced at $450 on Amazon, and it’s never been cheaper than $430.
Anker’s SoundCore line of speakers have been huge hits among our readers, and you can choose from three different models on sale today, ranging from tiny to booming.
On the small end, the SoundCore Mini packs impressively loud audio into a speaker the size of half a soda can. Get it for $24 with promo code QUM7D9ED.
I suspect that most people will want to spring for the SoundCore 2, which is a true sequel to our readers’ favorite Bluetooth speaker. The main selling points here are 24 hour battery life (and that’s a conservative estimate, in my experience) and IPX5 water resistance.
And if you missed it yesterday, the rugged and powerful SoundCore Sport XL is still $14 off with code QUM7D9ED. With dual 8W drivers, this is loud enough to fill an entire yard.
If you’ve ever stayed up way too late tinkering with virtual cities or perfecting a virtual business’s supply lines, the latest Humble Bundle is for you. This week, you can score up to seven strategy simulation games for as little as $10, including hits like OOTP Baseball, Plague Inc. Evolved, and even Cities Skylines Deluxe. As always, you can pay whatever you want, but certain titles are locked behind higher price tiers.
You don’t need to buy a new car to get a backup camera (which is life-changing, by the way), you just need $81, and a few minutes to run the wires. This model attaches to your license plate, and runs to a special rear view mirror that attaches in front of your existing mirror.
Robotic vacuums have finally started to catch on in the mainstream, but mowing the lawn might actually be the more odious chore, especially when it’s hot out. Luckily, the Roomba for your yard exists, and it’s on sale right now.
The Worx Landroid runs seven days per week to keep your lawn perfectly manicured at all times, and like a robotic vacuum, it can park itself back on its charging base whenever its battery runs low, or if it starts to rain. The biggest catch is that you’ll have to peg down or bury a guide wire along the perimeter of your lawn, which prevents Landroid from escaping into the wilderness of Ms. Jenkins’ backyard herb garden.
Amazon is currently offering Landroid for $854, or about $100 less than usual. That’s still a lot of money, but it’s a small price to pay to reclaim your Saturday afternoons.
Decorative projector lights aren’t just for Christmas anymore. This waterproof LED projector from OxyLED comes with 12 different themes like spooky Halloween characters, Santa Claus, snowflakes, falling leaves, and Valentine’s Day hearts. You can set the timer and project your holiday spirit indoors or out.
Darkest Dungeon is a roguelike RPG where every decision you make carries a lot of weight, and you can add it to your Steam library for just $10 today from Chrono.gg, $15 less than its regular price. . If you’re on the fence, I highly recommend you read Nathan Grayson’s review over on Kotaku.
If you’ve been curious to try computer glasses, but were scared off by the sky-high price of Gunnars, Velocifire will sell you a set for $15 today with promo code 7DFJQSKQ If you aren’t familiar, the appeal of these things is that they block out the blue light that emanates from the screens we stare at all day, which can cause eyestrain, headaches, and even insomnia.
Get yourself two new collapsible, silicone colanders for just $9 with code QOHWVBSW today and throw out the bulky plastic or metal ones that are hard to clean. These can fold down to the about the size of a dinner plate and be cleaned in the dishwasher, making them perfect for smaller kitchens.
For the rest of Tuesday’s best deals, be sure to check out our main post.