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Woot is selling the rarely-discounted Nintendo Switch OLED for $310, which is $40 off the list price. The deal is good until 1:00AM Eastern Time or Woot runs out, whichever comes first.

Meanwhile B&H is selling the thin and light XPG Xenia 14 laptop with an 11th-gen Intel Core i5 processor, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD for $459, Amazon has deals on refurbished Fire HD tablets, and Humble Bundle has a new deal that lets you pick up as many as 7 horror games for less than $20.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.




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One reply on “Daily Deals (3-27-2023)”

  1. Just say “no” to so-called “refurbished” Amazon tablets — “refurbished” is duplicitous code for “largely unhackable”. Fire HD 10s can effectively be turned into Android 9 tablets using the Fire Toolkit unless their OS has been updated (apparently all that is done to ones described as “refurbished”). You’ve covered all this in detail, but you fail to warn potential buyers that they’ll be stuck with Amazon’s lockscreen ads and launcher and may not be able to install the Google Play Store easily when these tablets show up in Daily Deals. Unless one is satisfied with the Amazon Store and want to use a tablet designed to sell Amazon’s media, it’s probably too late to get a Fire tablet to use as an Android tablet. My Fire HD 10 is too slow to successfully place Wi-Fi calls on (much less do videoconferencing), but it’s otherwise usable as an Android tablet — not so the newer and “refurbished” models.

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