Today Woot is offering the Apple TV 4K at an outstanding discount, but it gets even better if you purchase it through their app. Other deals today include an AtGames Legends Ultimate arcade cabinet, PS5 DualSense controller, Alienware Aurora RTX 3060 equipped gaming desktop PCs and gaming monitors, the upcoming The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword game for Nintendo Switch, and more.
Apple TV 4K 32GB (Prev Gen) for $119.99 or Less
If you make your purchase through the Woot app, you can get an additional 17% off, dropping the price to $99.58. This is an outstanding deal for one of the best 4K media streaming devices out there, especially if you are already plugged into the Apple ecosystem with an iPhone, iPad, or MacBook. The newest Apple TV 4K sells for $180, and the upgrades over its predecessor are definitely not worth the $60-$80 price premium.
AtGames Legends Ultimate Home Arcade Cabinet
The AtGames Legends Ultimate Home Arcade is finally back in stock at Sam’s Club. It’s been unavailable for a while and sells for considerably higher on eBay. If you’re not a Sam’s Club member, you need to pay a 10% surcharge, but at least shipping is only $10. This is a full-sized cabinet that’s much more robust than your typical Arcade1Up cabinet. It features a generously sized high-definition 24″ LCD monitor and two player setup (each player gets a joystick, six action buttons, and a spinner). There’s also a trackball for precision gameplay like in Centipede. Speaking of which, the biggest draw are the 300 licensed arcade and console games that are preinstalled. That includes classics like Missile Command, Asteroid, Space Invaders, Burger Time, Fix It Felix, and much much more. If you have the technical know-how, you can also add in your own games with a USB flash drive.
Sony PS5 DualSense Controller for $56.99
B&H Photo undoubtedly has the lowest price for the new PS5 DualSense controller, but you’ll have to jump through a very small hoop to get it. You’ll need to enter your email address and B&H will send you an email with a link to the discounted price. The DualSense controller is easily one of the most advanced controllers we’ve seen, with speakers and mic, haptics, sensors, gyroscope, accelerometer, the works.
Out Friday: The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword comes out this Friday and DailySteals has the lowest price we’ve seen so far. The game is currently $59.99 on Amazon but DailySteals has it for $49.99, or 17% off. You’ll get the physical retail copy.
Alienware Aurora R12 RTX 3060 PC From $999
For under $1000 for the Intel model or $1100 for the AMD model, you can get an Alienware Aurora R12 gaming PC equipped with an RTX 3060 video card. You’d be hard pressed to find a better deal on an RTX 3060 equipped desktop PC from any brand. If you play at 1080p, any card more powerful than this is probably overkill. The RTX 3060’s performance is superior to both the RTX 2060 SUPER and the RTX 2070.
Alienware AW2720HF 27″ 1080p 240Hz Monitor
This is the lowest price ever (previous low was $369.99). This is a great deal for a 27″ 1080p gaming monitor that utilizes a high quality IPS panel for excellent color reproduction and wide viewing angles, and yet boasts true 1ms response time and a blazing fast 240Hz refresh rate. It’s actually a perfect complement to the Alienware gaming PCs mentioned above, since the 1080p resolution pairs well with an RTX 3060 video card and you have a very generous 27″ of screen real estate at a very affordable price.
Alienware AW3820DW 38″ 3840×1600 Monitor
Get Alienware’s biggest and best gaming monitor at $600 off, the lowest price we’ve ever seen. This monitor boasts a huge screen size and the resolution to back it up. This is one of the few monitors that is certified “G-SYNC Ultimate” enabled. This means that there is an even higher-end NVIDIA GSYNC processor built into this monitor for better HDR, brighter picture, and more faithful color reproduction. The IPS panel boasts a true 1ms response time and 144Hz refresh rate.
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