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Nintendo is finally hopping into the largest gaming market in the world with its latest consoles. The gaming company has announced that it will be launching the Nintendo Switch in China on December 10. The launch will come in cooperation with Tencent, and the console will be called the Tencent Nintendo Switch. Nintendo plans to sell the console for RMB 2,099, which is about $300 Stateside. The price will get gamers in China a trial/demo version of New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe and a one year warranty, and games for the console will reportedly cost about RMB 299 or $42. Another nice aspect of the launch for gamers there is that Nintendo and Tencent are working with Chinese indie devs to launch... Read more...
There's no question that Amazon's Echos are the best-selling smart speakers on the planet. With easy smart home integration, reasonable prices, and numerous form-factors, there's an Echo to fit just about any usage case. The folks over at Woot, which is an Amazon subsidiary, is currently have a massive blowout sale on the third-generation Echo Dot. The device typically retails for $49.99, and we recently saw it on sale for $29.99. However, Woot is currently selling the smart speaker for an incredibly low $19.99. To make the deal even sweeter, Amazon Prime members get an additional $5 off, taking the total price down to just $14.99 (free shipping for Prime members). You can get... Read more...
Now that the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are finally out on the market after months of leaks -- read the HotHardware review here -- the deals on the previous generation Pixel 3 XL are starting to ramp up. Today, you can actually purchase a Pixel 3 XL for roughly half its original MSRP -- unlocked. The deal comes from Amazon subsidiary Woot, where it is priced at $439.99 for a brand new 64GB model. If you opt for the more capacious 128GB version, you're looking at $489. There are two strings attached to this deal, one of which might rule it out as an option for you if you're a Verizon or Sprint customer. This is the international version of the Pixel 3 XL (G013C), which means... Read more...
Prime Day will be here before you know it, but there have been some nice deals already from Amazon. If you want to keep up on the deals, we've talked about how to get notifications previously. However, Amazon's Woot is also getting in on the discount action, and Woot has some great deals in 8 and 10-inch Fire HD tablets that are on sale right now. The catch being they are not the latest versions of the tablets, though they are still new sealed box items. The discounted Fire HD tablets include the 2015 version the Amazon Fire HD 10 tablet. This machine has a 10.1-inch HD touchscreen IPS display, WiFi, and a quad-core 1.5GHz processor. The tablet runs FireOS 5 and has 32GB of storage for just $79.99.... Read more...
If you're looking for a fast Android flagship with fast OS update availability, but don't want to pay $800 or more for a current-generation model, Amazon has you covered. The online retail giant, through its Woot subsidiary, is selling refurbished versions of the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL at steep discounts (read the HotHardware review of the phones here). If you're looking to spend the least amount of money possible, you can get the Pixel 2 (64GB) for only $359.99 for the Just Black color option. If you want Clearly White, you'll have to pay an extra $10. For those that want a larger display, the Pixel 2 XL (64GB) can be yours for $395.99 in Clearly White. The Just Black color... Read more...
Are you looking to upgrade your monitor to something big, but don't want to spend a fortune? Well, good news. If you head over to Woot, you can score a Dell 31.5-inch display (model D3218HN) for $154.99 right now. The only real caveat is that it is factory reconditioned, not brand new. However, Dell backs the display with a 90-day warranty, so you have some time to burn it in and see if there are any issues. At 31.5 inches, this is a big display, though not quite "ultra-wide" as it's labeled. It features an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel with a 1920x1080 resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. Those are not mind boggling for a display this size, but at the asking price, this is a really good value.... Read more...
Do you own a crummy or outdated wireless router? If so, you may not be getting the Internet service you're paying for, especially if you are situated a fair distance away from your router. You can rectify this by buying a modern, high-performance router, and it just so happens that the Linksys EA7500-RM Max-Stream AC1900 is on sale for a ridiculously low $51.99 right now. The sale is good for today only, or until the earmarked units sell out. This router model normally has an MSRP of $159.99, and currently sells on Amazon for $139.99. However, Woot (owned by Amazon) is selling "factory recertified" units for $51.99 today, saving you at least $88. Factory reconditioned means it was "returned,... Read more...