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Early Amazon Black Friday Deals: Up to 40% off Sony Ultra HD TV's
We are about to enter a week of wild early Black Friday deals ahead of November 27th, where the deals are really going to get crazy.
To start the deals off nice and early, Amazon has already slashed prices across many Sony TV variants. All of the TV's that feature discounts of up to 40% are 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR, and depending on what TV you have now, this could be a really good time to upgrade.
If you own an old Full-HD TV that has a resolution of 1920x1080p, I would suggest (if you can afford it) that it's time you take advantage of the coming Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals. In this article's entirety, you will find each of the Sony TVs that have discounts, check them out, and happy shopping!
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Early Amazon Black Friday Deals: Up to 30% off Samsung QLED TV's
Black Friday is closing in, which means one thing, and one thing only - massive discounts on a range of different items.
Amazon has decided to kick things off early by slashing prices on a large range of Samsung QLED TV's, ranging in sizes of 50-inch to 85-inch. Each of the TV's are QLED, and are 4K (3840x2160) UHD, a resolution and pixel quality that is absolutely worth upgrading to if you are still using a Full-HD TV (1920x1080).
Below you will find a full list of the deals that are currently available on the Amazon website. Within the list are the discounts that are slapped on each of the products, and how much you will be saving if you decide to purchase them. Black Friday deals are expected to surface all next week leading up to the big day on November 27th. Expect more of these great deals in the days to come!
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PureVPN Brings Scary-Good Treats This Halloween
If you think fleeting spirits are the scariest thing you'll ever face, you couldn't be more wrong. What scarier is someone you can't see or hear, peeking into your private browsing activities. And it happens so often that we take it for granted.
The thought of being unable to watch your favorite horror flicks due to online geo-restrictions is also daunting to some of you. The most dreadful of all is the constant fear of cyber theft while shopping online. It's a valid fear. But there's a way to address it. PureVPN is going to scare away all your worries with its most spooktacular Halloween treat ever. #SecureHalloweenWithPureVPN
PureVPN is the first-ever No-Log Certified VPN in the industry that has opted for an always-on audit. This means that the top auditing firm in the world, KPMG, can conduct a non-scheduled PureVPN audit without notice to ensure that we're keeping our promise that we never store your information ever and we're as private as we say we are. No other VPN company on the planet does this. None. That's some eerie good confidence and transparency!
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Google does damage control to counter controversial dev statements
Typhoon Studios creative director Alex Hutchinson made some extremely controversial statements regarding streamers. Now the internet has lambasted him, and Google moves away from the dev's words.
According to Alex Hutchinson, who heads up creative direction for Google's Stadia Games and Entertainment branch, content creators should have to pay to stream games. The idea is streamers should have to pay a license fee in order to monetize streams of copywritten games. It's worth noting Hutchinson was creative director of Typhoon Games (who made Journey to the Savage Planet) before the studio was acquired by Google. Here's what Hutchinson said:
"Streamers worried about getting their content pulled because they used music they didn't pay for should be more worried by the fact that they're streaming games they didn't pay for as well. It's all gone as soon as publishers decide to enforce it."
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Corsair has some incredible Amazon Prime Day sales you need to see
Amazon Prime Day is here, and there are many sales that PC gamers need to know about as you can snag some really great products and some ridiculous prices.
Corsair has slashed its prices on many of its peripherals and hardware. The discounts are on a range of items, including gaming headsets, mouse pads, mice, keyboards, cases, cooling, and power supplies. If you are after a new keyboard, check out the K95 RGB Platinum, it's price has been reduced by 11%.
Don't need a keyboard and need a new mouse instead? Amazon has slashed prices on the Corsair M55 RGB Pro. Upon check out, you will save $12. Ultimately, you could create a massive cart of Corsair products and save quite a lot of money on all of their peripherals and hardware. If you are interested in more of Corsair's deals, check out the Amazon deal links below.
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Battlefield V retires into maintenance mode this summer
DICE is just about finished with Battlefield V, which suits fans just fine--a lot of them have moved on too.
Right now the Battlefield V community isn't too happy with DICE. There's progression issues, cheating, and an overall lack of care to the live service game, and honestly, that's to be expected. These games are designed to rotate out of EA's big picture a year or so after release to make room for the Next Big Service Game (with the exception of Battlefront II, which has been elongated out of necessity to fill the huge gap in Star Wars games).
Now DICE confirms what everyone's long suspected: The studio will soon be done with Battlefield V. In June 2020, Battlefield V will get its last update. After that it'll be retired into maintenance mode--the servers will still be live, but the overall content will remain static.
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Best Buy takes $300 off ASUS ROG Zephyrus G gaming laptop, now $900
Since you are stuck inside and are most likely playing some video games to pass your time, then it might be time for a well-deserved upgrade.
Best Buy has your back, and more importantly, so does ASUS with their 15.6-inch ROG Zephyrus G. This gaming laptop packs AMD's 2.3GHz quad-core Ryzen 7 3750H, 16GB of RAM, a 512GB SSD, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Max-Q graphics. The display is 1920x1080, but has a refresh rate of 120hz, so you can enjoy games such as Overwatch, Apex Legends, Call of Duty, and many others at those smooth and juicy high framerates.
Best Buy has slashed $300 off this gaming laptop, bringing its total cost down from $1200, to just $900. Most gaming laptops are usually quite heavy, but the Zephyrus G weighs in at just 4.6lbs, which means you could easily throw it into your backpack for gaming on the go. It should be noted that gaming laptops are notorious for their battery life not being fantastic; this is especially true on gaming laptops that are pushing higher frame rates.
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Spring promotion: Windows 10 Pro key $10.55 + Office 2019 Pro $33.96
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Microsoft Office 2019 Pro plus Key provides the essential tools you need to capture, analyze, and organize your ideas. Office 2019 is for students who want classic Office apps and email installed on one computer for use at home or work. It is a one-time purchase that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook. MMORC.COM would like to remind you that the special coupon code: TWA53. That means there is a 53% applicable discount.
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Extremely rare deal on Apple AirPods - price slashed by almost 20%
It's always a shock when any Apple products go on sale, but the occurrence of an Apple product being on sale is quite a rare one.
So, when an Apple product does go on sale, it's always worth a mention so Apple users can take advantage of it. Today, Amazon has discounted the extremely popular Apple AirPods. The discount brings the Apple AirPods down from $159 to $130, which is $29.02 discount or 18%. While this might not initially sound like a lot, this is a decent discount for an Apple product.
If you are unsure of the Apple AirPods and don't know if they will be a good purchase, here's a quick breakdown of what they are capable of. The Apple AirPods are extremely easy to use, as they simply connect to your iPhone via Bluetooth. When connected, the Apple AirPods allows users to have wireless phone calls, music listening, Siri functions, and much more. The Apple AirPods also come with a wireless charging case that stores charges for the AirPods. If you are interested in checking out the Apple AirPod sale, head on over to this link here for the discount.
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GoodOffer24 Sale: Windows 10 Pro for $12.57 and more
GoodOffer24.com has some great offers on Windows 10 (Pro and Home version) as well as various versions of Microsoft Office at some great discounts.
Simply use the 25% off coupon code "TT25" to get some great prices. Below are some examples of the deals to be had.
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