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We’re no strangers to USB charger deals, but there were so many good ones today, we’re just going to share them all here.


My favorite thing here is the Xiaomi battery pack, if only because you’ll earn some serious geek cred for owning something from Xiaomi. The CHOETECH 6-port desktop charger is also unique in that it includes two Qualcomm-Certified Quick Charge 2.0 ports for select Android phones. That’s the first charging hub I’ve seen with multiple Quick Chargers.

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There doesn’t seem to be much rhyme or reason to today’s Amazon Gold Box, except that it’s full of items that could broadly be described as tech accessories, all of which are marked down to prices that are at or near all-time lows.


Inside, you’ll find backpacks, styluses, trackballs, iPad cases, and more from a variety of different manufacturers. The full list is below, but remember, these prices are only available today, and the best stuff will sell out early. [Amazon]

Anyone with even a passing interest in cooking knows that All-Clad is the brand you want in your kitchen when it comes to skillets and pots. Made in America and carrying a lifetime warranty, you’d probably see their wares in the kitchens of most of your favorite restaurants. It’s also the single most popular piece of cookware we’ve ever listed.


If you want to experience the quality for yourself, their 10” stir-frying pan, which features a layer of even-heating aluminum sandwiched inside durable and heat-retaining stainless steel, is only $60 right now on Rakuten, down from its usual $100-$150. That’s still a lot to spend on a single pan, but this thing will last you your entire life if you take good care of it, so it’s a great investment for anyone who enjoys cooking. [All-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 10 in Open Stir Fry Pan, $60]

I still think these things are stupid and should be banned in all public places, but if you really want a selfie stick, Anker makes really good products, and $10 for a Bluetooth selfie stick is a fantastic price, as these things go. Now get off my lawn. [Anker Bluetooth Selfie Stick with 20 Hours Battery Life, $10 with code MR5ZHIAX]

Monoprice is currently offering their popular Crystal Pro 28” 4K monitor for just $400, matching an all-time low. That’s one of the lowest prices we’ve ever seen for a 60Hz 4K display, and a great buy if your computer can support it. I did a lot of personal research into this monitor a few months back, and was one discount away from pulling the trigger before a deal on a Dell alternative caught my eye. [Monoprice CrystalPro 28” 4K Monitor, $400]

So is 4K worth it for gaming? If your computer can handle it, absolutely.

If you ever buy food, medicine, treats, or toys for your furry friends from Petco, here’s a great chance to save a few bucks.

We’ve posted a lot of deals on motion-sensing night lights lately, but this one has a few new twists. Unlike others we’ve posted, this one comes with a base that you’ll need to plug into a power outlet, but the upside is that you can actually pop the light out and use it as a portable flashlight. Plus, if it detects a power outage, it’ll turn itself on automatically. [Etekcity 3-in-1 Motion Sensor Activated LED Night Light & Handheld Flashlight & Power Failure Emergency Lamp, $14 with code IRSENSOR]

If you shop at Target frequently, this gift card deal is basically $15 in your pocket. It’s only marginally better than the 5% discount you’d get from a Target REDCard, but it is better. [$200 Target Gift Card, $185]

The classic BlenderBottle is exactly what it sounds like; a bottle that blends. Just add the ingredients for your favorite protein shakes, smoothies, or even pancake batter, shake vigorously, and start drinking (unless it’s pancake batter, you animal). [BlenderBottle Classic Loop Top Shaker Bottle, $8]

Anyone who’s spent any time watching Food Network or studying cooking knows that the ThermoWorks Thermapen is basically the be-all, end-all of instant read digital food thermometers. The problem is, they cost about $100, and hardly ever go on sale. Today though, you can get an open box model just $69, which is as cheap as they ever get. [Open Box Thermapen, $69]

If you take your home movie nights seriously, Cuisinart’s CPM-100 Air Popper can spit out up to 10 cups of oil-free popcorn in under 3 minutes. Today’s $28 price tag is also an all-time low, and should pay for itself over time if it replaces microwave popcorn bags in your pantry. [Cuisinart CPM-100 EasyPop Hot Air Popcorn Maker, $28]

The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune have brought... scratch that, just arrows. Towerfall has ascended from its humble beginnings on Ouya and you can grab a PS4 download, courtesy of Amazon, for just $10 today. [Towerfall Ascension (PS4), $10]

If you’re in the market for a current generation console, we’ve got great deals on both today. The PS4 is just a straight cash discount, which is rare, while the Xbox One is overflowing with extras.

PS4 Console + The Last of Us ($350) | eBay

1TB Xbox One + Halo MCC + Assassin’s Creed Unity + 12 Months Gold ($399) | Microsoft

Today on Amazon, you can outfit your DualShock 4s with a pair of inexpensive and highly-rated accessories

2600mAh Power Bank for DualShock 4 ($15) | Amazon | Promo code 2PC58RIX

SmaAcc Dual Charger Ports Charging Station for DualShock 4 ($10) | Amazon | Promo code IW26VWJV

If you liked Furious 7, you can preorder the Blu-ray (plus digital copy) from Target today for $23, and get $10 in Target gift cards tossed in as a bonus. [Preorder Furious 7 + $10 in Target Gift Cards, $23]

If you’re still wrestling with a terrible inkjet printer at home, do yourself a solid and pick up the reliable Brother HL-2300 monochrome laser printer today for just $50 today, an all-time low price.


While it doesn’t print in color, it more than makes up for that with the ability to spit out 27 pages per minute, duplex printing, and inexpensive toner cartridges that can last for years without being replaced. We’ve posted a lot of Brother deals in the past, and we’ve heard nothing but good things from readers about them. Plus, this particular model has a near-perfect 4.6 star review average on Amazon, so you can buy with confidence. [Brother HL-2300D Mono Laser Printer, $50]

If you need features like a flatbed scanner and wireless networking, the Brother MFCL2700DW is on sale as well. [Brother MFCL2700DW All-In-One Mono Laser Printer, $120]

Amazon’s newest entry-level Kindle has a touchscreen like its more expensive siblings, and is marked down to just $59 today. [Kindle, $59]

If you’ve got kids, you can pay $20 more for a bundle that includes the Kindle, a rugged case, and two years of accidental damage coverage. [Kindle for Kids Bundle, $79]

Samsung’s 850 EVO is by far the most popular consumer SSD on the market today, and its 500GB model is back down to its all-time low price today. [Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5-Inch SATA III Internal SSD, $150]

GoPro’s new silver offering is on sale constantly, but not so much the high-end Black model. Grab it today for $100 off with free shipping, and no sales tax except in New York and New Jersey. [GoPro Hero4 Black, $400]

This is the best action camera on the market.

If you’re looking to expand your coveted amiibo collection, Toys R Us is offering a buy one, get one 40% off deal today on over a dozen options. Obviously, there’s nothing particularly rare in there, but it’s still a solid deal if you’re looking to fill a shelf. [BOGO 40% Off Amiibo Figures at Toys R Us]





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