If your New Year’s resolution is to get a big 4K TV, we’re here to make a quick run with less than two weeks to 2023. Currently, you can pick up the 65-inch model of TCL’s 6-Series QLED 4K TV in Best Buy for $699.99 (usually $999.99). There are, of course, more expensive models available with more bells and whistles, but what this model offers makes it a great value for the price. It has a small LED backlit panel that gets brighter and more contrast than most similarly priced TVs. Additionally, it has two HDMI 2.1 ports that can output 4K at 120Hz refresh rate for consoles and PCs. It also comes standard with the Google TV smart platform baked in, giving you access to all the major streaming services as well as screen mirroring via Chromecast. Read our review.
For those daring to try something bold in the new year, you might want to check out the X-Bows sale on the new Crystal Ergonomic Mechanical Keyboard. Normally $229, currently you can pick one up for just $183.20 when you use the code New York 20 when you go out. In addition to its unique 70 percent split design and design, the X-Bows Crystal case is completely transparent, allowing its RGB backlighting to shine through. X-Bows can be shipped with a variety of different mechanical switches and layouts, and the hot-swap PCB is compatible with almost any 3-pin switch.
There are more powerful gaming mice available at a higher price, but for just $30, you’ll struggle to find a peripheral that can trade blows with the G305. The mouse has a 12K DPI sensor, six programmable buttons, and a lightweight, ergonomic design. The G305 offers 2.4GHz wireless with its USB dongle, and is powered by a single AA battery that Logitech says can provide up to 240 hours of gaming.
The K380 keyboard can switch between up to three different Bluetooth devices, and two AAA batteries can last up to 24 months. While this model of the K380 uses an Apple user-oriented layout, A platform neutral design is available for the same price. For a mouse, the Pebble M350 can pair with devices that use either Bluetooth or via a 2.4GHz dongle. A single AA battery can apparently last up to 18 months.