Happy Saturday to all of you. The weekend is here, bringing with it deals, discounts, and savings on everything from e-bikes and smart plugs to portable speakers designed for the soundtrack to your next party. First, however, there is something more time-sensitive.
as part of a file Ongoing HyperMax saleNintendo is offering discounts on both digital titles and downloadable content (DLC) for the Nintendo Switch. The sale ends Monday, June 26, and Amazon and Best Buy continue to match Nintendo’s prices in most cases, making now a good time to prepare your backlog by then. Kingdom Tears Aliyah finally calmed down.
If you haven’t had a chance to peruse Nintendo’s virtual shelves, you should know that the best deals available during the Hyper Max Sale have little to do with Nintendo’s core mascot (aka Mario). Instead, Nintendo seems to be focusing on underrated first-party games like Moods Dread Metroid (Now $41.99) and a slew of stellar indie titles, including No Man’s Sky (Now $35.99) And Jacket (Now $20.99). The latter, a Zelda-style game set in a gorgeous isometric world full of sword-wielding wildlife, is perfect for hand-to-hand play, even if the grueling boss fights can make you want to move your controller around the room at times. .
Unsurprisingly, HyperBoom takes everything we love about UE’s smaller offerings and essentially bumps it up to 11. The portable speaker delivers 360-degree sound, incredibly simple controls, and booming bass, along with a 110-foot Bluetooth range and an adaptive equalizer that can adapt automatically with the layout of the room you’re in. What’s more, its fabric-covered design is incredibly subtle, which means it’ll be more attractive sitting in your space than many other party-centric options. There (ahem, JBL).
The increased demand for e-bikes we’ve seen during the pandemic may have slowed, but there’s no denying the growing interest in a sustainable transportation alternative, especially with lower prices and higher bike lanes. Fortunately, if you’re on the fence about picking up an electric bike, you can still go for it Get VanMoof’s S4 starting at $2,498 Before the price went up on Tuesday, June 27th.
As far as premium e-bikes go, the S4 hits the sweet spot in terms of price and performance. The reliable bike offers everything you might need on your daily commute—including a set of sturdy tires, a built-in phone mount, and front and rear lights—plus location tracking and a slate of anti-theft features designed to deter any potential thieves. It also features an improved two-speed internal gear hub and a range of 37 miles, which should be more than enough to get you from point A to point B without breaking a sweat, whether speaking figuratively or literally.
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