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Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019 Tech Deals Roundup

After eating your Turkey and arguing with relatives you, like most other Americans might want to take a look for the best deals on the net for tech gifts for friends, family and mostly…well you.

You know you’re gonna pick something up for yourself so why not take a look at our guide for some of the better deals on the web. While this is by no means a comprehensive list, we’ve gathered a good amount of the best deals we could find:

Consoles

Xbox One S 1TB Digital Version $149.99

The Xbox One S is at its lowest price ever at $150 and frankly if you don’t have one it’s not a bad time to pick one up even though the next gen consoles are around the corner they still won’t be priced anywhere near this

Console Accessories

Sandisk Nintendo Switch MicroSD Cards 64GB – 256GB

Sandisk is one of the best known brands in SD Cards and I’ve used them personally in high end cameras and phones for years, and I mean, the 64GB one has a triforce. They’re available for $15 for the 64GB and $40 for the 256GB directly from WD/Sandisk’s website.

Western Digital P10 External HDD 2TB-5TB

The P10 starts at $80 for the 2TB and $120 for the rather large 5TB. It’s a small 2.5 inch hard drive and should be a bit faster than the drives currently sitting in your PS4 or Xbox One, while not as fast as an SSD this gives you a lot more storage with the largest model and more bang for your buck. Some independent testing has found that the drive is actually the fastest drive in its class thats marketed for consoles.

Western Digital P50 Game Drive SSD 500GB-2TB

While a lot pricier than the HDD the Game Drive SSD uses solid state memory and is much faster, this drive specifically uses USB3.2 and is technically faster than what the Xbox and PS4 can fully transfer but should be future-proofed for the next gen PS5 and future Xbox. It starts at $150 for the 500GB and $400 for the 2TB.

Hyperkin Duke Wired Xbox One/Windows Controller

The Duke is probably one of the most recommended non first party controllers sold out there, and while we’re not entirely sure if this is a temporary price cut or just a drop in price we had to add this one in especially for all those original Xbox fans.

HyperX ChargePlay Duo PS4/Xbox $15/$22

The ChargePlay Duo allows you to charge two Dualshock 4 wireless controllers at the same time, and allows you to charge fully in two hours, for some reason the PS4 model has a heavier discount Which you can find Here and the Xbox version is Here

 

Laptops

ACER Predator Helios 300 15.6 inch 144Hz Display, i7 9750H, GTX 1660 TI 16GB RAM, 256GB NVMe SSD $928

The Predator Helios packs some serious punch with the recent trend of laptops packing high refresh rate screens along with 6 core CPUs. This one uses the top of the line i7-9750H which can boost up to 4.5 GHz on a single core and uses a capable GTX 1660TI which should be able to push most games on medium to high at 144Hz. This is just under 25% off and ends tonight.

ASUS TUF FX505DT 15.6″ 120Hz Ryzen 5 R5 3550H, GTX 1650, 8GB RAM 256GB NVMe SSD $599

The TUF FX505 is a step down from the predator we showed recently with a quad core CPU that is a bit weaker and a weaker GPU. It is almost 40% cheaper though and you do get what you pay for, and this laptop is supposed to provide military level reliability.

Razer Blade 15 i7 8750H, RTX 2070, 15.6 144Hz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD Thunderbolt 3 $2099

The Razer Blade is one of the best selling and most well known gaming laptops around and this one, while definitely not being cheap is feature packed and has a unibody (read single piece of metal) design using high quality aluminum and an RTX 2070 mobile GPU which should be enough to play just about everything at high to ultra for at least the next 2 years. While it still costs an arm and a leg it is $500 off today.

Dell 2-in-1 Sales

Dell has on their website a ton of different 2-in-1s as well as handful of Alienware and XPS laptops, though we would first recommend the others, some people may have some very specific use cases and these are some decent offers.

Monitors

Monoprice 32inch Zero-G Curved 1440P 144Hz Monitor $299.99

For a store brand monitor the specs on it are pretty decent and Nixeus does give a 1 year pixel perfect guarantee meaning a full replacement for a monitor that has a single dead pixel anywhere. It also has vertical, swivel and rotation on its stand.

Acer SB220 21.5 inch 1080P IPS 75Hz Monitor $80

This monitor only sports HDMI and VGA but for the price of just under $80 this is great for the person looking to get either a second monitor or start out with something on the cheap.

 

PC Hardware

Ryzen 2600X With Spire Cooler $119

The Ryzen 2600X is a great deal at $80 off its original list price and about $30 off its already discounted price. It is last generation but at this price makes you give it a second look. This CPU should be good enough for most games as long as you turn up the settings and dont expect to be sitting at 144fps all the time. Frankly if you have an older system that needs upgrading like a i7 quad core (2600K-7700K) this should be a pretty decent upgrade in modern games and is a good option if your budget is pretty tight.

Ryzen 2700 With Wraith Spire LED $139

The Ryzen 2700 is a bit extra money but included an RGB cooler and 8 cores and 16 threads instead of 6 cores and 12 threads on the 2600X, it is clocked a bit lower but does included a code for Borderlands 3 and The Outer Worlds as well as 3 months of Xbox Game pass and again while not as good in gaming as the current generation Ryzen 3000 parts or the Intel 8th-9th generation parts it does come at a hell of a deal for what I imagine is them getting rid of old stock. This can be a great addition to your primary system or a secondary PC in the house.

XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT THICC III Ultra $399

The triple fan version of the XFX THICC III (Not to be confused with the THICC II Which had a some thermal issues and has since been redesigned) Which I just actually finished reviewing is now on sale at amazon for $399 which is the same price as a reference blower style 5700XT and is a great deal. Not to spoil the review which will be out sometime this weekend but my conclusion and general experiences with the card have been absolutely great and at this price kicks the crap out of a RTX 2060 Super.

The card is quiet and games fantastically at 1440P, and should be solid at 4K as well.

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 3200MHz $62

The Vengeance LPX is one of Corsair’s entry level memory kits but is one of the cheapest kits available. its kind of funny how much prices on memory have came down as this kit would have costed twice as much not too long ago.

Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB DDR4 3000MHZ $77

The Vengeance PRO model is a slightly better kit with a slightly beefier heatspreader and RGB functionality.

Corsair Force MP600 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD $359

The Force MP600 is one of the first PCIe 4.0 drives on the market and if you have an AMD Ryzen PC that uses a X570 motherboard with a 3rd generation Ryzen CPU will allow you to fully use the 4.0 bandwidth, This is one of the fastest drives on the market and if you wanted a large capacity SSD this is a good option to pick up.

PC Accessories

Razer Naga Trinity Mouse $54

The Naga trinity is the evolution one of Razers most popular mice, and while I was never a fan of the original the newer model sports 3 different right side plates that can be swapped out thus earning the trinity name. It sports the classic 12 button keypad, a 7 button circle and a classic forward and back dual switch configuration that should be good for most users.

Logitech G903 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse $63

The G903 Lightspeed was covered by us earlier this year and was priced at $150 though now has almost dropped in price by 60%, which at around $60 costs what most higher end mice do. at this price if you ever considered picking up a new wireless mouse this makes it an absolute STEAL!

HyperX Cloud II Headset $59

The Cloud II is one of the most recommended headsets on the market and can be used on PC as well as console, it is currently 40% off at its lowest price ever.

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