You can get 20 percent off tech at eBay, including LG’s C2 OLED
Now, you’ll notice that these last two aren’t actually 20 percent off their regular asking price, and that’s because — annoyingly but understandably — some retailers are raising prices to compensate. losses that may be incurred during this sale. However, these are still very good deals on products, including some that don’t go on sale very often.
For something more affordable, the 65-inch TCL 6-Series 4K TV is on sale for $699.99 ($300 off) at Best Buy. This is an extremely good deal for this mini LED backlit panel, which produces a bright picture with vivid and accurate colors even in very bright rooms. It also features HDMI 2.1 support on two of its four HDMI ports, so if something like the LG C2 or other OLEDs are out of your price range, but you appreciate a fast 120Hz refresh rate in 4K for gaming, this TV is for you. On the streaming front, it runs Google TV, so it’s compatible with all the major TV and movie streaming apps. Plus, it also supports Google Assistant voice controls. Read our review.
In the land of discount streaming services, Sling TV is offering half off your first month to new subscribers, and you have all of January to snag this deal. That drops its basic blue or orange packages from $40 to just $20 or its streaming combo package from $55 to $27.50. If you’ve never subscribed to Sling TV before and want to test the waters (maybe you’re a streaming service user – we won’t judge) then this is a great deal that can even cover you for the Super Bowl if you start your one month subscription on January 12th.
Sling TV is a live and on-demand streaming service that includes a variety of news, sports, entertainment and lifestyle channels. Depending on the plan you choose, you can get up to 47 channels, including Fox, CNN, ESPN, TBS and TNT. Sling has a history of jacking up prices (name a streaming service that doesn’t!), but if you’re a cord cutter looking to mix it up with traditional linear (live) TV, you can also get a lot of bang for your buck seen.
If you have an Android phone and have been thinking about playing mobile games on a budget, now is a great chance to get the latest generation Razer Kishi. Both Amazon and Best Buy are selling the Android version for $36.99 ($53 off), with Best Buy noting that this is a bargain. So grab it now before it’s gone and the only option is the newer, pricier and somewhat disappointing Kishi V2 ($99.99).
This particular Razer Kishi doesn’t support iPhone or PlayStation Remote Play like the Backbone One, but even this older model does a pretty good job of turning your Android phone into a Nintendo Switch-like experience. It has a built-in USB-C port to plug into your phone and supports pass-through charging so you can play for long periods. These controllers are especially great for cloud streaming if you subscribe to services like Xbox Game Pass, but they’re also great for wireless remote play from your Xbox Series X / S console. Or you can play dedicated Android games on your phone and give yourself the competitive edge in titles like Call of Duty Mobile. Read our review.