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Oculus is giving its virtual reality system a permanent price cut. The Oculus Rift is now $100 cheaper, and so are the Oculus Rift motion controllers, which means you can either pick up a controller set for $99 or a headset for $499… or buy a bundle for $598.

But VR devices aren’t for everyone, so let’s looking at something a little cheaper: Best Buy is selling a 128GB USB 3.0 flash drive for $25.

That’s about one of the best prices I’ve seen for a 128GB pen drive.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.


PC gaming and VR stuff



You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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4 replies on “Deals of the Day (3-01-2017)”

  1. Hi Brad,

    Staples had a Lexar S75 JumpDrive USB 3.0 128GB flash drive on sale for Presidents Day week for $17.99, better price than the Sandisk you posted. Best Price?

  2. If you’re looking for a great wireless mouse with lots of buttons (i.e., a gaming mouse) and that Logitech G900 is a bit too expensive, the Logitech G602 is on sale today for $44.45. It’s been my daily driver for about a year now (replaced my trusty G502), and it’s awesome.
    6 thumb buttons that can be programmed to whatever I want, full button remapping, high quality sensor with a wide DPI range. I’ve used it in finance and as a systems administrator, and the extra buttons help out a ton with scripting, switching between desktops, and productivity.

    1. I second this, it’s a great mouse. It’s also got good DPI adjustments, normal and high performance polling, and you can run it with one or two batteries if you want to vary the mouse weight. My one gripe is the bundled software, it’s a big pain the butt any time I try to set up custom keybinds and macros.

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