Woot, an online seller owned by Amazon, is offering a good deal on Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro console. Normally $399.99, it’s $299.99 until supplies last. This sale price might be familiar if you were hunting for deals during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. If you weren’t able to pick up Sony’s 4K-ready gaming console then, you have another chance now. These are new units that come with a one-year manufacturer warranty from Sony.
As we highlighted with yesterday’s attractive deal on an Xbox One X bundle from Dell, these modern consoles are becoming more affordable for a reason: to make way for their next-generation successors. The PS5 will release later in 2020, so investing in the PS4 Pro right now depends on whether you can wait to play the console’s exclusive games (of which there are many) and are interested in what’s still to come this year, including promising first-party games like The Last of Us Part II and Ghosts of Tsushima.
Anker’s SoundCore Liberty 2 Pro truly wireless earphones are only $109 for readers of The Verge. Wellbots is offering this exclusive deal while supplies last. This model came out a few months ago for $149. Amazon is also offering the white version of the Liberty 2 Pro for $120 when the on-page coupon is applied. According to The Verge’s Chris Welch, they have above-average sound quality for the price. Additionally, their case supports wireless charging. Considering this significant price drop, you might find them to be a good fit.
Until February 9th, Best Buy is offering a deal on a $599.99 bundle that includes Microsoft’s Surface Go and its associated Type Cover. We featured this product earlier in the week, but it’s worth highlighting again. The deal includes a Surface Go with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of SSD storage (unlike the base model that has slower eMMC storage). The tablet is usually $549 on its own, but Best Buy is including the Type Cover for just an extra $50 (knocking $80 off the normal cost), bringing the total to $599.99.
You’ll need to be a My Best Buy member to get this deal. If you’re not one yet, it’s relatively painless to sign up and only requires an email address. Once you’re logged in, you can activate the coupon to buy online or print it out to shop at your local Best Buy store.Original Article ©Copyrights theverge.com