After Apple’s “Far Out” event, where it had an impressive showing with the iPhone 14 Pro and a bunch of other gadgets, Samsung is hitting back with a nice right hook, delivering the first-ever (and best) discounts. on its fourth generation foldable phones. Available for $999.99 at launch, the 128GB configuration of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is currently discounted to $899.99 on Amazon.
The larger Z Fold 4 also received a significant discount, lowering the 256GB model’s $1,799.99 launch price to $1,599.99. You can also find the 512GB configuration for $1,719.99, down from its usual $1,919.99.
It might still be a bit fancy, but the fourth iteration of the Galaxy Z Flip is actually a pretty decent phone with solid battery life that easily compresses into a roughly 3 x 2-inch block that can actually hold in your pocket (wild!). Photo capabilities are slightly lacking compared to the Z Fold 4, but the Flip 4 is a great choice for something reminiscent of a flip phone. Read our review.
As for the Z Fold 4, it offers more screen space and opens like a book. The 7.6-inch internal screen gives you more than enough space to run apps side-by-side or stream games and movies. When folded, the Z Fold 4 offers a generous 6.2-inch screen for checking notifications or responding to text messages. Read our review.
If you need accessories to go with your brand new phone, you might want to check out some of the chargers offered by Spigen and Anker. The Spigen ArcField 15W Qi Charger is normally priced at $69.99, but is currently discounted to $54.99 for Amazon Prime members, and you can get an additional $7 when you clip the coupon before payment. The 15W charger provides enough juice to quickly charge any modern Android or Apple phone. Just make sure you have an adapter handy that supports at least 15W charging.
If you’re cool with wired chargers, check out Anker’s Compact Single-Port 65W USB-C Adapter which is usually priced at $49.99 but is currently discounted to $34.99. The brand’s 100W Tri-Port Adapter is also discounted, priced at $67.99 instead of the usual $79.99. Like all of Anker’s Nano II series chargers, both adapters feature Charging IQ, which regulates the charger’s power by detecting the device it’s charging.
Whether you’re purely a PC gamer or the proud owner of a PlayStation 5, you’ll need space for all those cool games. Thankfully, the WD Black SN850 M.2 SSD in its 1TB configuration is discounted to just $109.99 at Newegg, the lowest price yet for a drive of this size. Normally priced at $169.99, this SN850 model is a fast and efficient way to expand your desktop or PlayStation console storage, and it offers transfer speeds of up to 4,100MB/ s.Storing your games on an M.2 SSD as opposed to a cheaper external hard drive has the advantage of speeding up installs and in some cases even improving load times.
The aging but no less impressive Corsair K100 RGB optical-mechanical gaming keyboard is currently discounted to $179.99 at Amazon and Best Buy, the lowest price ever for the keyboard at $229.99. The K100 is an impressive full-size gaming keyboard outfitted with Corsair’s optical switches for more responsive inputs, and the dedicated media controls are nice to have. A column of six macro keys also lines the left side which can be programmed with custom actions via Corsair’s iCue or Elgato Stream Deck software. The K100 also has a small dial in the top left corner that can be programmed with a variety of commands, like switching browser tabs or zooming in on text.
Some other offers for you
The Ubisoft Forward event gave us a bunch of announcements, including the imminent release of their new Ubisoft Plus subscription service, which is currently free until October 10th. The service is priced at $14.99 per month for exclusive PC access or $17.99 for its multi-access plan which includes limited support for Google Stadia and Amazon Luna. Ubisoft Plus provides access to the entire Ubisoft library, which not only includes high-profile franchises like Assassin’s Creed and Far cry but also standing tubes like Valiant Hearts: The Great War.
- Blow up your Game Boy but make art out of it. Currently, you can save on several dissected tech framed items from Grid. Grid’s collection features classic tech pieces with their guts on full display. Some of the selections on offer include the original Game Boy, priced at $269.99 (normally $299), and the original PlayStation DualShock controller for $199 (normally $249).