Today’s deals kick off with great prices on Logitech gaming and streaming gear from Amazon’s Deal of the Day, and just as the monkey sees, the monkey does, Best Buy is following suit and matching many of these awards.
Logitech’s selection of discounted products ranges from mice and headsets to steering wheels and a webcam. There’s even a Blue Yeti USB Microphone Kit with Compass desktop stand for $143.99 (about $46 off when buying separately) that’s great for podcasting and streaming — and because Logitech has actually Blue. Many of these deals are great, but let’s dive deeper into some of our favorites.
One of our top picks for gaming headsets is the Logitech G435 Lightspeed Wireless. It’s currently number one in our ranks for the best cross-platform wireless gaming headset in our buying guide, and for good reason: it’s lightweight and comfortable, it supports PlayStation consoles as well as Nintendo Switch and PCs, it incorporates Bluetooth connectivity for use with phones, and it’s pretty sleek. Logitech has come out of the park with some fun color options, and they’re all discounted today for just $49.99 at Amazon and Best Buy, matching their lowest price yet. These headphones are great value at their full price of $79.99, so it’s even better to get them for $30 off.
The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is an outstanding wireless mouse with an esports pedigree, and you can get it today at Amazon or Best Buy for $139.99 in all three color options — black, white, and a striking magenta. . We just saw this mouse drop to a lower price about a week ago, but it was only available in black and quickly sold out.
The G Pro X is a very light mouse, weighing around 63 grams. It also features Logitech’s famous Hero sensor for precise control or quick shortcuts, and five programmable buttons. While there are cheaper mice out there, this one is a great choice if you want a light one without being riddled with a bunch of holes and shiny with LEDs. For a gaming mouse, dare I say it’s even a bit sophisticated.
Our next favorite piece of discounted kit for today is Logitech’s StreamCam webcam, which is discounted to an all-time low of $119.99 ($50 off) in black at Amazon. This model is one of our favorite options for those looking for better webcam image quality. Logitech’s software offers plenty of manual control and parameter tweaks for the StreamCam, so you can customize the look of its 1080p stream to your liking. It supports up to 60 frames per second for a smoother, less jittery stream and performs quite well in difficult lighting. Finally, one of the tricks up its sleeve is the ease of mounting in horizontal or vertical orientation to easily adapt to whatever needs you have on your live stream or video recordings.
Sticking with some well-established products that we love that are on sale at deep discounts, the iRobot Roomba i7 vacuum gets a huge refurbishment refurbished by Woot. You can get the standard Roomba i7 for just $249.99, which is about $315 less than a new state currently available on Amazon. Woot also offers the refurbished Roomba i7 Plus, the same model with an included auto-empty station, for $399.99 (half the price of a new one on Amazon). Both come with 90-day warranties from Woot.
The Roomba i7 has been around for a few years now, but while there are much newer models, this deal offers a top-of-the-line model at much lower prices. They can be refurbished and lack some small features that newer models have, like the ability to work in dark rooms, but they still receive software updates and work well. Read our review.
Now something fresh and new. Samsung’s colorful 32-inch M8 smart 4K monitor was announced in January for CES, and the white model is already $100 off at Amazon, Best Buy, and directly from Samsung. This drops the price of this new panel to $599.99 from its MSRP of $699.99. We haven’t tested this monitor yet – although you can be sure a review will take place – but it’s an interesting one from Samsung. It has a design that doesn’t seem too foreign to Apple’s styles with the iMac M1 refresh, but with a much smaller chin. In addition to 4K resolution and HDR 10+, the M8 has a built-in webcam and speakers. It also supports many streaming services like Netflix, Apple TV Plus, and Disney Plus. It’s even controllable via voice assistants – and luckily not just Bixby.
While we can’t wait to put the Samsung M8 through its paces and see how it compares to the much more expensive Apple Studio Display, if you want to be an early adopter, you can at least get it for $100 from less.