Kindles are, far and away, the most popular E-reader on the market today and there are certainly no signs of that changing anytime soon. These days, choosing which Kindle you want is hard enough, let alone figuring out what case you want to put it in. Whether you’re after something fun or something secure, we’ve taken a look at the very best Amazon Kindle cases available right now and picked out some favourites.
Head to Ebuyer this week and you can grab yourself a 27-inch 4K gaming monitor with an IPS panel and G-Sync technology, all for £499.98. That’s a saving of £239.99 off the price of this one, which by the way is the Acer Predator XB271HK IPS gaming monitor if you were curious. Delivery is free, as well, which is a nice bonus.
Arguably one of the best 4K televisions available right now, the LG OLED55C7V 55-inch model with HDR and all that other fancy stuff, is currently discounted over at Currys PC World. That said, it’ll still cost you a lot of money. Using the code LK100A at checkout will get you this TV for £1899 with free delivery right now, which is £1100 less than it normally retails at. If you’re in the market for an incredible TV and have enough of a budget, this is a fantastic deal.
Over at Laptops Direct’s website, you can pick up a bit of a bargain of a gaming monitor this week. For £199.97, you’ll get a 28-inch 4K monitor with FreeSync and a remarkable 1ms response time from Electriq. Finding a 4K monitor for that price is hard enough, let alone with these kinds of specs. Delivery is also free on this one, which makes it all that much nicer.
PS4 owners now have the ability to plug external hard drives into their consoles and use them for extra storage space – a much-requested feature for many years now – thanks to the system’s most recent update. This opens up a lot of options for external hard drives to get in order to expand your PS4 storage. Here are our top picks for the best hard drives for PS4.
Nintendo Switch is out now and one of the main things we know for sure now that the system has launched is that the onboard 32GB of storage space won’t last you very long. Not to worry, it’s an easy thing to remedy, since the Switch works with any Micro SD on the market. Here are our picks for the best Nintendo Switch Micro SD cards.