Save $45 on Apple’s Smart Keyboard for the latest iPad

If you own Apple’s ninth Gen iPad, or the previous-gen iPad Air (pre-USB-C days), this Smart Keyboard is compatible — and selling for just about its lowest price yet at Woot. Normally $150 or so at most other retailers, you can snag this snap-on keyboard that covers your iPad’s screen when it’s not in use for just $104.99. This accessory also works with the seventh- and eighth-gen iPads, as well as the 10.5-inch iPad Pro from 2017.

This is a good price, and it comes with a one-year warranty through Apple. Though, it’s possible that you might want a keyboard for your iPad that offers a trackpad, too. Don’t worry, those exist, and buying one won’t cost you much more than this Smart Keyboard. Brydge’s $129.99 10.2 Max Plus keyboard case delivers a solid typing experience, along with protection for every side of your iPad.

Apple Smart Keyboard for iPad

Type away with Apple’s Smart Keyboard. This particular model is compatible with the seventh- and eighth-gen iPad, the third-gen iPad Air, or the older 10.5-inch iPad Pro. When folded up, it covers the front of the tablet only.

Brydge 10.2 Max Plus for base model iPads

This Brydge 10.2 Max Plus offers a keyboard and a multitouch trackpad so you can get more out of a seventh-gen through ninth-gen iPad. It protects your tablet from all angles, and its battery is claimed to last up to six months each charge.

If you’re looking for a powerful, port-filled USB-C hub, Anker’s 555 model is $67.99 right now, down 15 percent from its usual price. This model delivers eight ports, including an HDMI port (up to 4K at 60Hz refresh rate), USB-C 3.1 Gen 2 port (supporting 10Gbps speeds), USB-C PD for passthrough charging, two USB-A ports, 1Gbps ethernet jack, and microSD and SD card readers. Notably, this USB-C hub can accept 100W of power, passing 85W of it to your laptop while reserving the rest of the power for any accessories you might want to plug into the Anker 555.

Anker 555 USB-C hub

Anker 555 USB-C hub

This 8-in-1 USB-C hub delivers plenty of connectivity, including ethernet, microSD / SD card readers, USB-C, and USB-A. It can also power your laptop with up to 85W of power.

This deal has been popular with new and existing Oculus Quest 2 headset owners: the Elite strap that makes wearing the headset more comfortable is $10 off, selling for $39 at Amazon. We saw this deal first pop up right after Christmas, and it’s worth going for if you want a strap that offers more support for your VR marathons (or even just for your quick burst workouts, if that’s your thing). While you’re at it, you may want this Oculus Quest 2 hard zip-up case to keep your headset protected while it’s not in use.

Oculus Quest 2 with Elite Strap

Oculus Quest 2 Elite Strap

The Elite Strap for the Quest 2 comes with a plastic backplate that better distributes weight and tightens around your head using an adjustable dial.

When it comes to gaming accessories, opting for a higher-performance piece of kit can make the difference in giving you that slight competitive edge — or it can just make you feel good. Microsoft’s Xbox Elite Series 2 controller perfectly encapsulates that. Maybe most of us are not talented enough to really need a pro-level controller, but tinkering with its swappable sticks, directional pads, optional rear paddles, and fine-tuning is just fun. This premium controller feels great, looks great, and you can tailor it to what fits your proclivities. It’s currently on sale for $139.99 at Walmart, matching its all-time low price that knocks $40 off MSRP. Read our review.

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Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller

The Xbox Elite Series 2 is easily one of our favorite controllers at The Verge. It’s an improvement on the already excellent Elite Controller, with deep customization, optional rear paddle buttons, plus a swappable D-pad and analog sticks that allow you to tailor its layout to suit your play style in dozens of unique combinations.

Extra deals for extra credit

  • Luigi’s Mansion 3 for the Nintendo Switch is down to $39.99 ($20 off) at Amazon. That is close to the historical low price for a very good first-party Nintendo game starring everyone’s favorite Italian plumber’s brother (aside from me: Antonio). Read our review.
  • The Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas 4 flight stick for PS5, PS4, and PC is $49.99 ($40 off) at Best Buy. This is a very affordable way to get into trying out flight sticks without jumping into more elaborate, expensive setups. While it’s built for PlayStation, you can install PC drivers that’ll make it compatible with the likes of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator.
  • If you shoot Fuji’s mirrorless X system, you can pick up the X-T30 on closeout sale at Adorama for $799 ($100 off). This camera is a little long in the tooth now, but it’s still a very capable model if you don’t need the newer X-T30 II that’s launching later this month. Read our review.

Originally appeared on: TheSpuzz