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Elgato’s jumbo-sized Stream Deck XL is $50 off

Elgato’s jumbo-sized Stream Deck XL is $50 off

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The Elgato Stream Deck XL is once again selling for $199.99 ($50 off) at Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo. The jumbo-sized macro pad has 32 customizable LCD keys for controlling various functions on a Windows PC or Mac. It’s a staple among enthusiast and high-level Twitch streamers, but its customizability makes it incredibly handy for all sorts of desktop and laptop users.

Want a button for quickly muting yourself on a Zoom call or to promptly summon Spotify? No problem. How about a series of buttons for controlling audio functions or emotes in your favorite game? With 32 keys, you have enough for a whole bunch of helpful tools at your disposal, or you can fill some with silly and superfluous things like popping fake bubble wrap. (We’re certainly not going to judge!)

While the newer $100 Stream Deck Neo with eight keys and capacitive page-scrolling buttons may be a more logical choice for most, there’s something about the Stream Deck XL’s massive four-by-eight lineup of keys that seems impressively cool on a desk.

Fewer buttons but more deals:

The third-gen Google Nest Learning Thermostat is on sale at Wellbots for $164 ($85 off) through July 15th when you use code VERGE85 at checkout. Google’s flagship thermostat may be a little long in the tooth, but it remains a great option for a smart home gadget designed to save you money on your heating and cooling bills. The third-gen model allows you to closely monitor your energy consumption from your phone, and it’s designed to learn your routines to keep you comfortable when you’re home and not waste energy cooling or heating an empty house when you’re away.

LG’s 65-inch C3 OLED TV is $1,377.99 (about $217 off) at Woot. That price is also about $119 better than the C3’s typical discounted price in this size. The C3 is last year’s midrange OLED from LG, but it remains an excellent option for watching movies, TV shows, or playing games. It’s got excellent color contrast with HDR, and in addition to those deep, inky blacks on most OLEDs, it also supports up to 120Hz on each of its four HDMI 2.1 ports. This model also added some nifty menu settings to guide you step by step on customizing the color exactly to your taste.
The SteelSeries Arena 9 surround sound desktop computer speakers are selling for $439.99 ($110 off) at Amazon. The 5.1 speaker setup has some boomy bass thanks to its 6.5-inch subwoofer, and its RGB lighting can match the colors of the game you’re playing thanks to SteelSeries’ software.

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