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You can get a PS5 with Marvel's Spider-Man 2 for $399.99 right now

You can get a PS5 with Marvel's Spider-Man 2 for $399.99 right now

Happy Saturday, dear readers! A little over a week ago, we saw a bundle containing a disc-based “slim” PlayStation 5 and a digital version of it Marvel Spider-Man 2 It's down to $449 ($50 off) — a deal that's still readily available Amazon, Best buyAnd GameStop. But what has changed over the past week is that Amazon, Best buyAnd GameStop They all now sell the discless PS5 Digital Edition in the same way Spider Man The sequel goes for $399.99 ($50 off), an all-time low.

If you're thinking about purchasing the latest Sony console, there's no better time to do so. Sony's new mid-cycle refresh isn't significantly slimmer than the original model launched in 2020, though it does feature two front-facing USB-C ports — instead of one USB-C and one USB-A — as well as an expanded 1TB capacity. of built-in storage (up to 825 GB). The standard model also comes with a removable disc drive for playing physical games and other Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, which if you buy the base PS5 digital edition you can still get later for $79.99. The optional drive is relatively easy to connect and disconnect as well, and requires no tools.

We've been hearing rumors about a new slate of MacBook Air and iPad devices for months, and this week Apple confirmed the existence of the former. As of yesterday, March 8th, the M3-powered MacBook Air became available for purchase, raising hopes that we'll see new iPad Pros — and a larger version of its cheaper sibling, the iPad Air — any day now.

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If released, Apple's high-end tablets will likely be the most expensive. If you need a powerful tablet right now, the M1 and M2 versions of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro have some of the best prices yet. You can currently grab The latest generation iPad Pro 12.9-inch is LTE-enabled in Woot For an all-time low of $809.99 ($490 off) with 128GB of storage. Instead, My Best Buy Plus members Could snag the latest iPad Pro running M2 Starting at $949.99 ($150 off).

Both are powerful tablets that you can use as an alternative to your laptop, the kind that allow you to easily create digital artwork or tackle more demanding photo or video editing work on the go. These devices may not have the rumored OLED display we might see in upcoming Apple models, but they do offer beautiful Mini LED panels with a maximum refresh rate of up to 120Hz. The M1 model isn't as fast and ditches some newer features, including Wi-Fi 6E support.