Bose’s noise-canceling QC35 II is back to $179 today

Noise-cancelling headphones can come in handy, allowing you to easily mute ambient noise so you can concentrate better, or simply drop it off more easily while working, studying or traveling. Unfortunately, many noise-cancelling headphones can cost upwards of $250, including popular shiners like Sony’s WH-1000XM4 and Apple’s AirPods Max.

However, if you’re looking for a great set for less, Bose is currently offering $129 off the QuietComfort 35 II, with the over-ear headphones selling for $179 instead of $299. That’s $150 less than your price. would pay for Bose’s newer QuietComfort 45, one of the best noise-cancelling headphones money can buy. Despite their age – the QC35 II launched in 2017 – the latest generation headphones remain a comfortable and more budget-friendly alternative to Bose’s newer models, with good sound quality, multipoint pairing and support for voice commands via Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

Bose Quiet Comfort 35

Bose’s QuietComfort 35 II

These lightweight, over-ear wireless headphones have one of the best active noise canceling effects to attenuate distractions.

Switching from headphones to gaming, Xbox owners can currently purchase a three-month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription for $31.69 from CDKeys instead of the usual $44.99 (price may fluctuate throughout the day). That’s almost 30 percent off the regular retail price. With Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, you get access to online multiplayer and exclusive deals, as well as EA Play titles such as It takes two† You also get access to over 100 Xbox titles, including disaster Hadesand Halo Infinite, which you can stream across devices thanks to the rollout of Xbox Cloud Gaming. Considering Xbox Game Pass Ultimate continues to be one of the best deals in gaming, it’s not surprising that it recently racked up over 25 million subscribers.

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (3-month subscription)

What good is an Xbox without games? Xbox Game Pass Ultimate provides access to over 100 titles, including disaster Hadesand Halo Infinite, which you can play on multiple devices. The pass also gives subscribers access to exclusive deals, online multiplayer and Microsoft’s cloud gaming service, Xbox Cloud Gaming.

The most recent versions of the iPad Pro are great, but they can’t do everything. Fortunately, peripherals like Apple’s Magic Keyboard provide a quick and easy way to transform your 12.9-inch iPad Pro into something that resembles a laptop. The latest keyboard – now on sale in the white configuration at Amazon for $299.98, the lowest price to date – offers a great typing experience, with a great trackpad, backlit keys and a USB-C port that allows passthrough- charging (no video or data transfer, however). It’s also compatible with the third, fourth and fifth generations of the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, but keep in mind that this keyboard is a different size to accommodate the slightly thicker fifth-generation iPad Pro. Read our review

Apple Magic Keyboard (12.9-inch, 2021)

Apple’s Magic Keyboard for the M1-equipped iPad Pro has the same features as the first model introduced in 2020, including USB-C pass-through charging and a great keyboard. However, the latest revision has a different size, making it suitable for the thicker fifth-generation iPad Pro.

Fujifilm’s competitively priced Instax Square SQ1 camera prints photos on Polaroid-framed film.
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If you’re still looking for a Valentine’s Day gift, instant cameras are quirky gifts that you can often gift to anyone, regardless of age. We enjoyed using Fujifilm’s Instax Square SQ1 when we tested it in 2020, and found it to be extremely easy and fun to shoot with. The camera is similar to the classic Polaroid – it can even print square photos on Polaroid framed film – but comes with a few modern features, including a one-touch selfie mode and mirror. Amazon and Best Buy are currently regularly selling it for $119.99 in a variety of colors for around $100, its lowest price yet. Read our review.

If $99.95 is too expensive for you, be sure to check out our 2022 Valentine’s Day Gift Guide, where we’ve compiled a list of the best gifts starting at just $10.

Instax Square SQ1

The Instax Square SQ1 is Fujifilm’s point-and-shoot Instax camera released in 2020 that prints photos on Polaroid-framed film. Rather than adding more technology, Fujifilm has made the SQ1 as simple as possible.

For gamers on the go, Razer’s Kishi is a handy accessory that lets you transform your Android phone into something akin to a Nintendo Switch. The versatile mobile controller expands to fit most Android phones with a center-bottom USB-C port, and it has a USB-C pass-through port to charge your phone while you play. It’s also compatible with several cloud gaming platforms – including Google Stadia, Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming – giving you a better way to experience both mobile and console titles on your phone. Normally $79.99, the Android version is currently on sale at Razer for $49.99, just $5 shy of its best ever price. Read our review.

Razer Kishic

Razer Kishi for Android

Razer’s Switch-style controller is designed for mobile gaming and cloud-based gaming services.

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