Welcome to the weekend, dear readers! Although we spent last week reviewing the deals for Amazon’s Prime Day fall event — some of which are still available, of course — our Saturday roundup is mostly concerned with the discounts that have popped up in the time since, starting with LG C3 OLED. Now, you can Get the 42-inch model from Amazon For $921.48 (about $276).
Like the highly acclaimed C2 we reviewed last year, it’s hard to go wrong with LG’s impressive C3 panel, no matter what type of entertainment you’re watching. The TV has great picture quality and many of the same specs that made last year’s C2 a great choice for gamers, including a 120Hz refresh rate and extensive HDMI 2.1 support, only with a brighter screen and faster performance. It also shows off some interface improvements, one of which makes setting up the C3’s picture mode a little easier.
Admittedly, the 42-inch screen is certainly not the largest, although the TV’s smaller stature also makes it an ideal desk companion if you want a great gaming monitor with perfect black levels. If not, a 65-inch model is currently available as well On sale at BuyDig with a $150 Visa gift card and a four-year extended warranty for $1,696.99 ($900 off).
Lego, not to be outdone by Amazon, kicked off its pre-holiday sale this week, cutting prices on a variety of toys. edge-Approved sets that we’ve seen on sale many times before. There are about 80 discounted sets in totalincluding both Busts And Bird nestsbut we want to mention specifically Atari 2600 And the Hulkbuster.
The former is a 2,532-piece replica of the iconic Atari console — a 1980 version, mind you, not the original from 1977 — while the latter is a “mega” 4,000-piece set that pays homage to Iron Man’s Mark XLIV armor from Infinity Saga movies. The former is currently on sale for $191.99 ($48 off) while the latter is down to $384.99 ($165 off), which is some of the best prices we’ve seen on either Lego set.
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