If handheld gaming consoles don’t get you jazzed, you can also save on Anker’s MagSafe-ready charging station, monitors, and the AirPods Max.
Hey, y’all. President’s Day weekend has arrived, and with it comes a slew of phenomenal deals on everything from smart displays and robovacs to some of our favorite pairs of wireless earbuds. We’ve rounded up a smattering of the steepest discounts in our guide to the best President’s Day sales, however, today’s deal roundup will fixate on a few highlights we didn’t include — well, at least not yet.
First up is a time-sensitive discount on the Nintendo Switch OLED, which will be available through Tuesday, February 21st. Nintendo discounts are pretty rare, however, right now you can get theOLED Model in white for $303.20 ($46.79 off) on eBay when you use promo code PRESDAY20. Yes, the Nationwide Distributors listing has an above-MSRP price of $379.99, but that 20 percent off code brings it all the way down to the lowest price we’ve seen on the premium Switch model. Also, while this is technically flagged as the “Japanese international version” of the console, it should work fine in the US (with the same power adapter). It may just ship with some materials printed in Japanese as opposed to English.
The Switch OLED is the highest tier of Nintendo’s hybrid console, with better speakers, an improved kickstand, and a 7-inch OLED panel that’s richer in contrast and color quality than the display found on the standard model. It’s worth the upgrade if you play a lot of games in handheld mode, especially if you’re hyped for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom — which, by the way, you can still get for as low as $49.99 if you don’t mind jumping through some hoops. Read our review.
As anyone at The Verge can attest, proper cable management is an artform, one that’s far easier when you have the right tools for the job. Thankfully, Anker’s 637 Magnetic (MagGo) Charging Station can help cut back on unwanted clutter at home. The orb-like, hybrid contraption essentially combines a power strip and a magnetic Qi charger, allowing you to juice newer, MagSafe-compatible iPhone models on the front and other devices via an array of ports on the rear.
The built-in charging pad maxes out at 7.5 watts, however, the 8-in-1 device can still output about 65 watts total, which makes it suitable for charging laptops, tablets, and just about anything else that requires a USB-C, USB-A, or AC port. Normally $99.99, the 637 Magnetic Charging Station is currently on sale at Amazon for $69.99 when you clip the on-page coupon for 30 percent off.