If you’re one of the lucky few who has managed to get hold of a PlayStation 5, you’ll be pleased to hear that luck is once again working in your favor. Right now, ledge Readers can purchase a year of PlayStation Plus Essentials service from Anneba for about $40 instead of $59.99 when they use a promo code VERGEsentials at checkout. Note that the price on Aniba’s website may fluctuate by a few dollars and cents, but the final sale price at checkout must be less than $40.
PlayStation Plus Essentials offers online multiplayer and access to monthly PS4 and PS5 titles, which you can download at no additional cost. It also comes with 100GB of cloud storage for PlayStation Store discounts, exclusive add-on content, and saved games. Even better, PS5 owners can access the PlayStation Plus Collection, which includes God of war, control, and a wealth of other great, last-gen titles. These are all perks that should make playing on your new PS5 — or your PS4 — even more enjoyable, but you have to hurry: This deal will only last for a limited time.
Google’s new Pixel 6A has just been revealed, yet we’re already seeing some great deals on the best, budget-friendly smartphones out there. Now until 11:59 p.m. on August 7, when you buy the unlocked Pixel 6A on Amazon for $449, you can get a $50 Amazon gift card, which is the full retail price of the phone. To receive the credit, scroll down to the product page that says “Special offers and product promotions” and click on the “Add both to cart” button. Best Buy is also offering a nearly identical deal through August 7, albeit with a $50 Best Buy gift card thrown in, while Google’s current promotion gives you $50 worth of Google Store credit.
We recently gave a good review of the Pixel 6A. True, the phone’s 6.1-inch OLED screen is smaller than the more expensive Pixel 6 and offers a slower, 60Hz refresh rate. However, for the price, it offers good value, especially since it performs well, takes great photos, and shares the same speedy Tensor processor as the rest of the Pixel 6 lineup. Read our review.
If you’re looking for a good pair of noise-canceling headphones to help you focus while working remotely or studying in your dorm room (just to name a few of the many examples) When ANC is good), Microsoft’s Surface Headphones 2 are an excellent pair that will do the job quite well. Not only do they sound great and cancel out noise effectively, but they also come with productivity-boosting features like multipoint Bluetooth support. This is great for multitaskers, it means you can easily pair them and switch back and forth between multiple devices while working. Other niceties include intuitive dial controls for both volume and noise cancellation, as well as better battery life than its predecessor.
While they don’t have noise-canceling capabilities Fully As impressive as the Sony and Bose, they’re still one of our favorite pairs of headphones. Normally $249.99, Amazon and Target are selling them in black right now for just $189.99, which is the cheapest they’ve been in an entire year. The current price is also just $28 shy of their best price ever, which we last saw during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. read our review,
If you haven’t already heard the news, Meta will increase the price of its popular Meta Quest 2 virtual reality headset by $100 next week. It’s a great time to buy it today, especially since Meta is still offering $50 off a refurbished Quest 2. Right now, you can buy the 128GB model—which comes with two touch controllers, a glass spacer, a pair of AA batteries, a USB-C cable, and a power adapter—for $249, $50 off the current price of one. Cool new model of. The headset has also been certified refurbished by META, which means the company has inspected, cleaned, and tested it to make sure it works and looks like it’s new. Plus, the device comes with a one-year warranty, 30-day return period, and free delivery.
The Quest 2 gives us a slew of features, including 120Hz refresh rate support for some games, the ability to connect wirelessly to a gaming PC, and a sharper display. Plus, you no longer need to sign up with your Facebook account to use it, which was something we weren’t big fans of when we first reviewed the headset in 2020. Read our review.