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We saw a smattering of good deals on tech this week, including sales on Apple devices and OLED TVs. A few of the latest MacBooks with Apple’s new M1 chips are on sale, while a couple of Vizio OLED TVs are hundreds of dollars off at Best Buy. You may not receive your new TV before the big game on Sunday, but it’s still worth checking out these Super Bowl TV deals if you’re in the market for a new set. Plus, Amazon’s Kindles are at the best prices we’ve seen since Black Friday, and Nintendo’s Ring Fit Adventure is back in stock and on sale. Here are the best deals from this week that you can still get today.
MacBook Pro M1
A few of the latest MacBooks with Apple’s M1 chipset are on sale. The MacBook Pro M1 with 256GB of storage is $100 off and down to $1,199, while the MacBook Air M1 with 256GB of storage is $50 off and down to $949. The Air’s price went up by $20 since we first covered this deal, but the new sale price is still a decent one. Both the Pro and the Air impressed us with their fast performance, and we recommend the former if you want the most power you’ll get in an Apple laptop and the latter if you want a fanless machine.
Razer Valentine’s Day bundles
Razer has several peripheral bundles on sale for Valentine’s Day if your partner needs some new gaming gear. The best value sets are likely the keyboard-and-mouse combos, like the “make love, and war” bundle that includes the BlackWidow V3 keyboard and the DeathAdder V2 mouse for $130, but there are a ton to choose from. You can also use the code VDAY21 to get an exclusive gift when you place an order of $129 or more.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2
The excellent Galaxy Watch Active 2 is down to $199 right now, which is $50 off its regular price. That’s not entirely its Black Friday price (around $175), but it’s still a good deal if you’re on the market for an Android-friendly smartwatch. We gave the wearable a score of 85 for its touch-sensitive bezel, upgraded sensors, and handy, easy-to-use Tizen OS.