Excited for Majora's Mask 3D? Here are two awesome deals to get you ready.

If there's one thing we've learned from posting deals for nearly two years, it's that you all love your Logitech gear. Whether you need a speaker system for your computer, a keyboard for your tablet, or a really great mouse, you'll find great deals in today's Amazon Gold Box.


There's a lot of great general computing gear in here, but gaming highlights include a G402 gaming mouse for $39, G105 Gaming Keyboard for $35, G27 Racing Wheel for $192, and an F710 gamepad for $30.

These deals are only available today, but Logitech Gold Boxes typically see a lot of sell outs, so get on it. Once you're done, let us know what you think of this gear in the comments. [Amazon]

This loaded Alienware Alpha gaming PC is $100 off today from Microsoft. Here's what you get.

  • Intel Core i7-4765T
  • 8GB memory/2TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics (modified GeForce 860M)

[Dell Alienware Alpha Signature Edition Gaming Desktop, $800]

Want to store your PS4 vertically? This low-profile piece of plastic is all you need. [Rocketfish Gaming - Vertical Stand for PlayStation 4, $10]

We're finally seeing more manufacturers turn out 128GB MicroSD cards, and that means we should start seeing some price competition. Point of fact, this PNY card for $80, or about $20 less than the usual going rate for this capacity. [PNY 128GB MicroSD Card, $80]

Now you too can fly a drone over the White House lawn! [ DJI Phantom 2 V2.0 Quadcopter, $628]

If you're planning on buying some smart home gear this year, chances are, you'll be able to use the Wink Hub to control them all from a single interface. If you're not sure what this works with, check out this full list of compatible products. [Wink Connected Home Hub, $35]

Update: Sold out

They say what you don't know can't hurt you, but I'd rather know if my hotel room is clean before climbing into bed. [ LOFTEK Ultraviolet LED Flashlight / Blacklight, $10 with code RWD3ENS5]

I remember when a 128MB (with an "M") flash drive would set you back more than $40. Now get off my lawn. [ PNY Turbo Plus 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, $38]

Need more space? [PNY Turbo 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive, $80]

Not everyone needs amazing headphones, so if you just want a decent pair of comfy on-ears for the price of some basic earbuds, these Sennheiser HD 202 IIs might be exactly what you're looking for. [Sennheiser HD 202 II Professional Headphones, $15]

Roku's Streaming Stick has access to Roku's catalog of over 2,000 apps, and you can get one today for the normal price of a Chromecast. [refurb Roku 3500R Streaming Stick (HDMI) with Remote Control, $35]

Gift card deals are basically free money if you visit the stores frequently, so both of today's eBay deals are worth a look.

$20 for a splash-proof Bluetooth speaker is a fantastic deal on its own. Or, for $45, you could bundle it with a hefty USB battery pack as well. You can't go wrong either way.

ESPN's award winning 30 For 30 series has resulted in some truly great sports films, and you can own 100 of them on Blu-ray at just $1/film. [ESPN Films 30 for 30: Five-Year Anniversary Collection, $100]

Some really good 4K monitors are encroaching on the price strata that QHD monitors inhabited just a couple of years ago, so it might be time to upgrade if you have a computer that can drive one. Monoprice's runs at 60Hz over 4K, and has great reviews. [Monoprice 28" 3K Monitor, $429]

Apple's 3TB Time Capsule is $50 below retail today, which is as cheap as we've ever seen a new one go. If you haven't yet upgraded your network to 802.11ac, this represents only a modest premium over most routers of comparable quality, and you get a built-in 3TB hard drive for backups to boot. [Apple 3TB Time Capsule, $350]

You should probably have one of these multi-USB charging stations at your desk, on your nightstand, and in your bag, so stock up while they're cheap.

Choose a combo from a variety of chargers, battery packs, and even a Bluetooth speaker, and get two for an insanely low price.

This Bluetooth speaker has never been this cheap until today, and you can even choose from gunmetal or wood. Classy. [ GOgroove BlueSYNC BX Rechargeable Bluetooth Speaker, $30]

Note: You'll see a $25 option on that product page, but that one actually doesn't have Bluetooth, so I'd avoid it.

The Wii U Bundle you want is close to its Black Friday price low, grab it while you can.

Broken Monsters was one of the best science fiction and fantasy books of 2014, and is just $4 today.

If you're still wrestling with a terrible inkjet printer at home, do yourself a solid and pick up the reliable Brother HL-2230DW monochrome laser printer today for just $60 today, with no tax for most.

While it doesn't print in color, it more than makes up for that with the ability to spit out 24 pages per minute, duplex printing, and inexpensive toner cartridges that can last for years without being replaced. We've posted a lot of Brother deals in the past, and we've heard nothing but good things from readers about them.


Note that the printer does not come with a USB cable, but if you need one, Amazon has them for under $5.

Your homes are warm and toasty after treating yourselves to the great recommendations in last week's Best Space Heater vote, but now your air is dry, and we need to balance that out with a humidifier. But which one? Head for the comments and nominate your favorite.

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