One of the best video doorbells money can buy costs a whole lot less right now. Google’s latest wired Nest Doorbell is on sale for $129.99 in all four of its colors at Best Buy, Amazon, and direct from Google. That’s a savings of $50 on Google’s small and svelte doorbell, which quickly rose to our top-recommended model shortly after it came out in late 2022. The wired Nest Doorbell is a much-improved follow-up to Google’s slightly disappointing battery-powered model of 2021 because the wired model has speedy performance and response, better video quality, and a smaller size. To take full advantage of its features, like 24/7 recording and recognizing familiar faces, you have to pay a subscription of $3.99 per month, but the Nest Doorbell also offers package detection and three hours of event-based recording for free. Read our review.
Adata’s S70 Blade M.2 SSDs are on a one-day deal at Best Buy, and you can save up to $200 on one for your PC or PlayStation 5. Here’s a quick breakdown of how much storage you can get on these deals:
Each of these meets the speed requirements for expanding a PS5’s storage, and at this price, even just getting a 1TB is a no-brainer since you’re more than doubling the usable storage built into the PS5. If you want to store a massive amount of games, the 2TB and 4TB options offer a lot of value, albeit at higher prices. All of these deals are set to end late tonight at 1AM ET.
Adata’s Gammix S70 Blade offers up to 7,400MB/s and 6,800MB/s of sequential read and write speeds in PCIe 4.0 machines or up to 3,400MB/s read and 3,000MB/s write in PCIe 3.0 rigs. It’s compatible with the PS5.
Smart lighting is almost a commodity item now with light bulbs from Philips, Wyze, and others, but some of the most unusual accent lights you can get are the Nanoleaf Elements. The Elements are wood-like hexagon panels that mount on your wall and illuminate with a clean white light. When they’re off, it’s like having a subtle small wood sculpture on your wall to accentuate your room. They’re a lot more subtle and elevated than your normal gamer-y Nanoleaf panels, and they feature a lot of smarts for illumination patterns or syncing with other systems. You can currently get a starter kit of Nanoleaf Elements with seven panels (which you set up and arrange on your wall to your liking) for $189.99 ($60 off) on a one-day deal at Best Buy and Amazon. That’s as low as these distinctive lights sell for.
The Nanoleaf Elements represent a unique spin on smart lighting, with a wooden look that’s designed to be an attractive accent in your home even when they’re not illuminated. The LED panels can be arranged in a layout of your choosing, too.
A few more quick doses of deals:
- Dell is selling the 2021 models of its XPS laptops for $650 off. You can get the 15.6-inch Dell XPS 15 laptop with 12th Gen Intel Core i7-12700H CPU, 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and RTX 3050 GPU for $1,249. Or, if you prefer going bigger, the Dell XPS 17 with the same core specs and a larger 17-inch display is $1,649. The 12th Gen Intel chips are not known for their tremendous battery life, but if you’re looking for well-built 15- or 17-inch thin and light Windows laptops, you won’t find much better. Read our latest laptop buying guide.
- Dell is also selling refurbished Xbox Series S consoles for just $199.99 ($100 off). The tiny Xbox forgoes a disc drive but plays all the same games as its more powerful Xbox Series X counterpart, though it can only handle digital titles off its built-in 512GB storage. Dell’s refurb comes with a more limited 90-day warranty, but 200 bucks for a recent console is a nice price. Read our review.
- The Spring Sale on the PlayStation Store is running until April 26th and just expanded to offer new titles. For example, you can get digital versions of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II (2022) on PS4 / PS5 for $45.49 (about $25 off), The Last of Us Part II on PS4 (also playable on PS5) for $9.99 ($30 off), or the new Dead Space remake on PS5 for $55.99 ($14 off).
- You can get a $100 Apple gift card or a $100 Xbox gift card from Eneba for $83.99 by using promo code DiscountedBenjamins at checkout until April 17th at 7AM ET. The former can be used on Apple’s App Store, subscriptions, or hardware. The latter can be put toward digital Xbox games, downloadable add-ons, or a Game Pass subscription.