Samsung’s 32-inch, AirPlay 2-compatible Smart Monitor is $50 off

Samsung Smart Monitor M5

This is the Smart Monitor M5

If you aren’t sure whether a TV or computer monitor will suit your needs better, why not get a display that’s a little of both? Samsung’s 32-inch 1080p Smart Monitor M5 looks like a monitor with its small bezels and stand, but it has access to TV streaming apps, including Netflix, YouTube, Apple TV, and more without the need for extra hardware. The reason I’m sharing this info today is because it’s $50 off at Amazon, down to $230 (via 9to5Toys).

You can find a larger 4K TV for this price, but the M5 has a few other features up its sleeve that might appeal to you. It can be mounted to your wall or a monitor arm, its remote supports Google Assistant and Alexa, and it’s even AirPlay 2-compatible. This model has two HDMI ports, two USB-A 2.0 ports, and built-in speakers. You can read more about it in our previous coverage.

Samsung Monitor M5 (32-inch)

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Samsung’s Smart Monitor M5 has a 1080p screen and the ability to natively access TV and movie streaming services like YouTube, Netflix, and Apple TV. It also supports AirPlay 2.

Razer’s Viper Ultimate wireless gaming mouse that includes an RGB-filled charging dock is back down to its lowest price on Amazon and Best Buy. Normally $150, it’s $100. This model is worthy of consideration if you’re looking for a comfortable gaming mouse that’s not too big, and one that has a true ambidextrous design. Both sides of the Viper Ultimate have thumb buttons, making it suitable for left- or right-handed gamers. Amazon currently offers the black, white, and pink models for this price.

Razer Viper Ultimate

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Razer’s true ambidextrous wireless gaming mouse, the Viper Ultimate, includes a charging dock. This model has a 20,000 DPI optical sensor, and Razer claims it features 70-hour battery life.

Amazon’s Eero 6 mesh Wi-Fi bundle that includes one Eero 6 router and an extender is $40 off. Normally $199, it costs $159 to add a significant boost in signal coverage to your home. The router has two Ethernet ports so you can wire it to your modem, as well as one other device or a switch, but the extender has no ports other than the USB-C port that powers it.

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