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Today only, Best Buy is offering one of the best bundle deals we've seen on the GoPro Hero4 Silver. You'll still be paying the full $400 MSRP, but in addition to the camera, you'll receive a $40 gift card, a 16GB MicroSD card, and a Lowepro carrying case to boot.


The Hero4 Silver can't shoot 4K at 30FPS like the $500 Hero4 Black, but unlike its expensive sibling, the Silver does have a touchscreen built in to help you compose your shots, which is probably worth more to most people than 4K. Be sure to check out Gizmodo's review for more information if you're on the fence. [GoPro Hero4 Silver Bundle, $400]

Velcro cable ties are one of the most popular items we've ever listed, and at $6 for a 100-pack, it's easy to see why. If the back of your home theater or your desk is a rat king of tangled wires, this is absolutely one of the most economical ways of wrangling them. The last time we posted these, they sold out within hours, so grab yours fast. [100 Velcro Cable Ties, $6]

If you own an Android device, you'll definitely want to check out Amazon's Appstore today, where you'll find 34 premium Android apps and games worth $105 available completely free.


On the game side of things, highlights include Five Nights at Freddy's 2, Cut The Rope, and World of Goo, but the sale is full of useful apps as well, including Servers Ultimate Pro, EasyTether, and NeoCal Advanced Calculator. But that's really just scraping the surface, so be sure to check out the full list.

If you're new to the Amazon Appstore, getting started is as simple as installing the Amazon App, so you don't have any excuse to miss out here. [Amazon Appstore Sale]

$50 is about as cheap as 1TB external drives get, particularly for well-reviewed models like this one. [WD Elements 1TB External Hard Drive, $50]

Need more space? [SAMSUNG D3 Station 4TB USB 3.0 External Hard Drive, $100]

We see our fair share of $30-$35 Bluetooth speakers, but I'm pretty sure I've never seen one that looked this good. [ Belkin Fusive Portable Bluetooth Speaker, $33]

If your home theater doesn't quite behave the way you want it to, Woot's offering great deals on a variety of gear that can help, including TiVos, a Slingbox, and SiliconDust TV tuners.

It never hurts to have some extra flash storage, and Best Buy is discounting speedy SanDisk SD and MicroSD cards, today only. You can even choose from UHS-1 (~40 MB/s) or UHS-3 (~80 MB/s) speeds for each size, making this a great deal for photographers or 4K-shooting GoPro owners. [SanDisk Flash Storage Sale]

Update: Amazon has matched or beaten a couple of the prices.

We've all heard that watching TV in the dark can be pretty tough on the eyes, but an ambient bias lighting setup can make the experience much more palatable. This basic USB-powered kit from Antec is only $21 today, and takes just a few seconds to install.


All you have to do is plug the LED strip into the USB port on the back of your TV (or any other USB charger, as you just need it for power), stick it to the back of your set with the built-in adhesive, and then enjoy the glow. It has a small switch to turn the light on or off, but a lot of TVs will cut power to their USB port automatically when turned off, which saves you from having to flick it off manually.

We've posted this deal several times in the past, and it's always proved to be incredibly popular. The problem is, every time we promote it, it sells out within hours. What I'm saying is, if you want this thing for under $25, and without a backorder, you should order it immediately. [Antec Bias Lighting Kit, $21]

If you aren't thrilled with your mattress, but don't want to pay hundreds of dollars to replace it, these inexpensive memory foam toppers could give it a second life. [Simmons Curv 2" Memory Foam Topper, $55-$95]

Between fitness-tracking apps, step counting, and music, your iPhone is the ultimate fitness companion, and this armband makes it easy to take with you anywhere.


There are a lot of these types of products on the market, but this one includes a small pouch to hold a house key, which is a nice touch. The $8 price doesn't hurt either. [ Mpow Running Sport Sweatproof Armband Case + Key Holder for iPhone 6, $8 with code OALMHKKC]

If you're still rocking a rickety old inkjet at home, it's time to upgrade to a laser printer. The one we're looking at today won't print in color, but its inexpensive toner cartridges will last far longer than traditional ink, it can print much faster than any inkjet, and it's generally considered to be much more reliable.

Normally when we talk about monochrome laser printers, we're talking about Brother, but Amazon has a fantastic deal today on the Canon imageCLASS D530. $69 gets you the highly-rated printer/copier/scanner combo, complete with duplex and 20ppm printing. This is a Gold Box deal, meaning the price is only available today, or until sold out. [ Canon imageCLASS D530 Monochrome Laser Printer with Scanner and Copier, $69]

Modern iPads and iPhones can churn out some seriously impressive graphics, but those games can only be so fun when you're pecking virtual buttons on a touch screen. Luckily, Apple created a certified game controller program to control compatible games with real buttons and joysticks, and you can get onboard for just $30 today.


The SteelSeries Stratus controller works with a surprisingly large collection of popular games, and typically sells for $50 or more. Today though, Meh has them for just $30, which is a fantastic price if you do a lot of mobile gaming. [SteelSeries Stratus iOS Game Controller, $30]

Let's say you just bought a new SSD for your computer. What are you going to do with your old one? With this $9 enclosure, you can turn it into an external hard drive, no tools required. We've had a few deals on these recently, but they tend to sell out quickly. [Orico Tool-Free 2.5" USB 3.0 HDD/SSD Enclosure, $9 with code ORICO253]

If you haven't given universal remotes much thought in recent years, you'd be forgiven for not realizing that this is a Logitech Harmony. After all, where's the screen?


Well, the screen is on your smartphone, and it's far more capable than anything that could be built into a remote. The Logitech Harmony Home Control connects your phone (in addition to the included remote) to everything in your home theater, as well as smart home appliances like Philips Hue lights and the Nest thermostat. Today's $117 price is well below its normal $150, and within a few bucks of an all-time low. [Logitech Harmony Home Control, $117]

By now, you're probably aware that Audio-Technica's ATH-M50x headphones are ridiculously popular, but even on sale, they still cost well over $100. If that's a little rich for your blood, you can opt for a set of the lower-end ATH-M30x for just $55 today, after a 20% off promo code.[Audio-Technica ATH-M30x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones, $55 with code 30XPROMO]


Note: The promo code will only work if you choose "Amazing Deals Online" as your Amazon seller.

The same seller is offering a deal on the ATH-M50x as well, though it's not quite as good as the one we saw over the weekend. [Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Studio Monitor Headphones, $129 with code 50XPROMO]

Chances are, you still have a few older media players or speaker systems lying around that don't have Bluetooth built-in. Instead of junking them, upgrade them with these cheap adapters.


Note that the $15 adapter is a receiver (for, say, an old iHome), and the $30 one is a transmitter (for an old MP3 player, for example).

You might not have heard of KMASHI before, but their well-reviewed 10,000mAh external USB charger is back down to $13 today. That's one of the best price-per-mAh deals we've seen. [KMASHI 10000mAh 2.1Amp+1Amp Output Dual USB Portable Battery Pack, $13]


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