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Logitech’s Brio, the holy grail of webcams, is $40 off right now

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A good deal if you really care about how good you look in a meeting or a stream

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Not long ago, Logitech’s Brio webcam (along with almost any other kind of webcam made by reputable companies) was impossible to find. We’re now at the point where you can get $40 off this 4K model through Lenovo, knocking it down to $160 instead of $200. It’s still a big investment, but if you stream or just want to look your best in a meeting, this is one of the best choices out there to suit those needs.

Lenovo is currently the only site hosting this deal, so it may not last for long.

Logitech Brio

  • $160
  • $200
  • 20% off

Logitech’s 4K HDR webcam, called Brio, is a high-end option made for people who want to look their best on a video call or stream. It supports Windows Hello, as well as 5x zoom, and 60 frames per second recording in 1080p.

Xbox Series X / S owners can get $10 off one of Seagate’s 1TB NVMe expansion cards at Newegg. Normally $220, it’s $210 if you use the offer code EMCESEU56 at checkout. This device is useful for storing games that are made expressly for the new Xbox consoles, as it’s just as fast as the SSD that’s inside of each system. Note that using the code will require you to subscribe to Newegg’s deals newsletter, if you don’t already.

Seagate 1TB NVMe SSD expansion for Xbox Series X / S

  • $220

Of course, you can buy faster storage to add to your Series X / S console, but it’ll cost you significantly more money than the option above. Microsoft partnered with Seagate to make proprietary 1TB SSDs that can be inserted into the rear of either console. These $220 SSDs are advertised to be just as fast as the storage inside your new console, so this is the best place to keep all of the new games you want to quickly load and switch between at will. And, if you have the cash to burn, you can buy multiple 1TB cards and hot-swap them to access more games.

If you can’t get enough TV deals, Best Buy is offering its great discount on Hisense’s massive 85-inch 4K HDR TV again. Instead of its original $1,700 asking price, it’s down to $1,000. This model ships with Android TV software built in, enabling you to watch most streaming services from the TV itself without the need for extra hardware, like a streaming device.

Hisense 85-inch H6510G Series 4K Android TV

  • $1,000
  • $1,700
  • 42% off

This massive set from Hisense offers 4K resolution, Dolby Vision HDR, and runs Google’s Android TV software, ensuring that you’ll have all the streaming apps you need right out of the box. It also comes with a voice remote for Google Assistant searches and shortcut buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and other services.