Unlike the standard Switch, the high-end edition boasts a vibrant 7-inch OLED panel, one that’s richer in both contrast and color. Its speakers are louder and clearer, too, and you can store more games on the device itself thanks to its expanded 64GB of internal storage. It also features a wider, sturdier kickstand than the original Switch, which is a godsend if you often use the hybrid console in tabletop mode while on the go.
First up, Dell is throwing in a $100 digital gift card when you buy Microsoft’s 1TB Xbox Series S for $349.99. The new black configuration offers more storage than the original white model, but is otherwise the same console with the same ports, same design, and same processing power. It lacks a disc drive like the Series X, yet it can still play all the same digital games — though at a more modest 2560 x 1440 resolution resolution.
Now, if you do want to play both physical and digital games, there are also some notable deals available on various Xbox Series X bundles. For example, you can currently buy a Series X on eBay via Antonline with a digital copy of either Diablo IV or the premium edition of Forza Horizon 5 for $469.99 ($90 off), both with a full warranty. The Series X is essentially a larger, more powerful version of the aforementioned Series S, one that’s capable of playing games in 4K at up to 120 fps.
Anker’s MagGo charger remains our favorite MagSafe-compatible battery pack, one that delivers 7.5W of power to compatible iPhones and offers double the battery capacity of Apple’s official MagSafe Battery Pack. It’s just as portable, too, and can double as a kickstand that’s sturdy enough to hold up the Max-sized phone. The fun colors are just a plus.
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