Today’s daily deals include a Nintendo Switch OLED console, an RTX 3080 equipped Razer Blade gaming laptop, the mega-powerful GeForce RTX 4090 GPU, a 2TB PS5 SSD, Windows 11 Pro software, the best robot vacuum money can buy, and more below.
Nintendo Switch OLED for $299.99
Factory Refurbished with 90-Day Nintendo Warranty
The Switch OLED Model is discounted down to $299.99 today over at Woot. This is a Nintendo factory refurbished model with a 90-day Nintendo warranty. It’s essentially the same unit as the refurbished Switch OLED consoles you’ll sometimes find at the Nintendo Shop, but at a cheaper price. Woot is a deals site owned by Amazon, so you can feel comfortable knowing your purchase will get to you. With no Switch Pro currently in sight, the Switch OLED is the best available Nintendo handheld on the market right now. With a better battery life than the launch Switch, a larger, OLED screen, improved audio, and a redesigned dock with ethernet port, the Switch OLED feels like everything the Switch should have been.
Razer Blade 14″ RTX 3080 Gaming Laptop for $1799.99
Razer has its very own Razer Blade 14″ RTX 3080 gaming laptop for only $1799.99 after a $1000 off instant discount. That’s a pretty fantastic deal considering Razer laptops are usually one of the most expensive laptops you can buy, thanks to their top shelf build quality and slim design. The RTX 3080 is still one of the most powerful mobile GPUs around, and compared to the new 4080/4090 laptops this one is hundreds of dollars cheaper.
The GeForce RTX 4090 GPU Is Finally Down to MSRP
The GeForce RTX 4090 GPU is still a difficult card to find without a price markup. There’s a good reason for it, though. Despite the considerably higher price tag, the RTX 4090 is a beast of a card that dominates every other GPU out there, including the 4080. Amazon has steadily lowered the price of certain 4090 models over the past month and today, finally, there’s an RTX 4080 as the base stock price of $1599.99.
Crucial X6 1TB USB Portable SSD for $59.99
An external solid state drive has a few major advantages over traditional hard drives. SSDs are much faster than traditional hard drives; the Crucial X6 boasts read speeds of up to 800MB/s over USB Type-C compared to hard drives which are only capable of about 100MB/s over USB 3.0. They also have fewer moving parts and are more power efficient. They’re more expensive, but this Crucial SSD for only $59.99 narrows the gap.
Windows 11 Pro for $49.99
Need a fresh OS for that PC you just built from scratch? Woot is offering a licensed copy of Windows 11 Pro for only $49.99. Windows 11 Pro isn’t cheap. A clean install can run you about $150-$200 and it’s a necessary part of your new system build. Your redemption code will be delivered as tracking number within a few business days.
Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra Robot Vacuum and Mop with Auto Mop Washing, Self-Emptying Dock for $1049.99
Right now Amazon is offering $350 off the flagship Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra robot vacuum and mop. If you’re willing to plunk down this kind of cash on a robot vacuum, then you can’t go wrong with the Roborock S7 MaxV Ultra. This is currently Roborock’s best vacuum and mop, and quite honestly, probably the best vacuum and mop robot vacuum out there, period. Its featureset blows away anything that Roomba offers. Not only does the dock empty our your vacuumed debris but it will also refill the Roborock’s water tank and wash the mop head! The price drop is probably because the new S8 will be released in April, but the price point is rumoured to be close to $1600.
Buy a $100 Apple Gift Card, Get $15 Best Buy Credit
Best Buy is offering a free $15 Best Buy gift card when you purchase a $100 Apple gift card. The Apple gift card can be used to redeem pretty much anything on Apple’s site, including products, accessories, apps, games, music, movies, TV shows, and more. Spend it on in-app content, books, subscriptions and even iCloud storage.
LEGO 75192 Star Wars Millennium Falcon 7541-Piece Building Kit for $747.76
The LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon, one of the largest LEGO consumer set ever created, is on sale today at Amazon. It normally commands an equally imposing price tag of $849.99, but today you can get it for $747.76. That’s over $100 less than the current MSRP and $50 less than the pre-hike MSRP.
For those of you playing catch up, the LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series (UCS) Millennium Falcon was unveiled during Force Friday 2017. With 7,541 bricks, it boasts 1,190 more pieces than the previous biggest LEGO consumer set ever, the Taj Mahal, and 2,346 more pieces than the previous UCS Millennium Falcon which was released back in 2007. This behemoth measures 8″ high, 33″ long, and 22″ wide and weighs 29 pounds.
75″ Onn 4K Roku TV for $578
Here’s a no-frills 75″ 4K TV for only $578 shipped at Walmart. It displays a native 4K picture with good image quality, it features a great Roku smart TV interface, and it looks good with its near-frameless bezel. If you’re on a budget, you won’t find a less expensive 75″ TV.
Crucial P5 Plus 2TB M.2 SSD for PS5 for $131.99
Crucial’s newest M.2 SSD meets all the requirements for your PS5 SSD upgrade. It supports transfer speeds of up to 6,660MB/s which is well above the 5,500MB/s minimum threshold. Yes there are faster SSDs out there, but if your intention is to put this in your PS5, then that extra speed is worthless because you’re bottlenecked by the original PS5 SSD. If you’re worried about opening up your PS5 case, don’t worry it’s very easy. Crucial has an official YouTube PS5 SSD install guide to see you through the process.
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