Remember the Lytro Illum? The professional-grade light field camera that could refocus and shift perspective on photos after you took them? It was undoubtedly cool, but a tough sell at its original $1600 price. But could you be tempted at $400? [LYTRO ILLUM 40 Megaray Light Field Camera, $400]

Whether you’re just learning your first chords, or need some new accessories for your next big show, Amazon’s offering great deals on select electric guitars, amps, and accessories, today only. [Save 40% or More Off Select Electric Guitars & Guitar Essentials at Amazon]

This Hamilton Beach countertop oven is big enough for a pair of 12” pizzas, or even an entire (albeit fairly small) rotisserie turkey. I feel like that could come in handy later this month. [Hamilton Beach 31103A Countertop Oven with Convection and Rotisserie, $75 for Prime Members]

Just the other day, we told you to buy The Wire on Blu-ray for $80, which was an all-time low price at the time. Well, this is a little awkward, but Amazon just dropped it to $60 as part of a Gold Box deal. If you bought it earlier this week, try asking Amazon to refund the difference. If you didn’t buy it already, you don’t have any excuse now. [The Wire: The Complete Series, $60]

Green Man Gaming is offering great discounts today on three major upcoming and recently-released PC games. Unfortunately, Green Man’s current sitewide promo code won’t work on these titles, but they’re great deals regardless.

The NBA season is only a few games old, but you can already save $12-$13 on a copy for Xbox One and PS4.

NBA 2K16 [PS4] ($48) | Amazon

NBA 2K16 [Xbox One] ($47) | Amazon

While I’d recommend one of these higher-end gaming headsets if you play online frequently, this $16 Etekcity H5GX looks like a solid bet if you just need a decent headset for the occasional chat session. [Etekcity Scroll H5GX Gaming Headset with LED Light, $16 with code MERKR6LX]

If all of that leaked Fallout 4 gameplay footage has you itching to explore the Commonwealth, this is a friendly reminder that Prime members can save $10 on their console preorder, complete with launch day delivery. [Fallout 4, $50 for Prime members. Discount shown at checkout]

Ready to speak to the future? For a limited time, Amazon Store Cardholders and new members can save $50 on the surprisingly great Amazon Echo, bringing it down to just $130. That would be a good price for a speaker of this quality on its own, let alone one that can read you the news and convert measurements while you cook.

It’s important to note that this deal is not for Amazon Rewards Visa members; it’s reserved only for holders of the newer, somewhat confusingly-named Amazon Store Card. Unlike the Amazon Visa, the Amazon Store Card can only be used on, and gives you access to special financing offers, plus 5% cash back on all purchases for Prime members. If you do a lot of your shopping on Amazon, you should probably have this card anyway, but the Echo discount is a nice incentive. [Amazon Echo, $130 for Amazon Store Card Holders with code ECHODEAL]

Acer’s comfortably-sized Chromebook 13 is priced more like one of its 11” alternatives right now. The internals are nothing to get excited about, but the 13 hour battery life sure is.

Perhaps best of all though, the laptop comes bundled with a dozen GoGo in-flight internet passes. You have to use them within a year of redemption, but if you fly frequently enough, they could be worth more than you paid for the computer. [Acer Chromebook 13, $209]

$15 is a good price for a 50W/5-port USB charger, but that price will also get you a 5-pack of microUSB cables today.

Aukey 50W / 10A 5 Ports Wall Charger and Aukey [5-Pack] Premium Micro USB Cable ($15) | Amazon | Add both to cart and use code OUNEZF8T

We all know it can be hard to properly clean oddly-shaped bottles, vases, and decanters, but these stainless steel pellets give you a fighting chance. Just pour them into the vessel, add water, and shake vigorously to remove any dirt and residue. It might sound like voodoo, but they have solid reviews, and the whole set will only cost you $10. [Riedel 1-3/4-Inch Bottle Cleaner Beads, $10]

For a limited time, Amazon’s taking $30 off the sticker price of the two best e-Ink Kindles, including the best deal we’ve seen on the new, 300ppi Kindle Paperwhite, and the first discount we’ve seen on the high-end Kindle Voyage, other than a well-publicized price mistake.

Both devices have sidelit 300 ppi screens and access to Amazon’s deep ecosystem of ebooks, but for the most discerning readers, the Voyage adds slightly better contrast, an ambient light sensor, and pressure-sensitive bezels for turning pages. You really can’t go wrong either way though, and both would make great gifts this holiday season.

Note: These deals are for Prime members only, and the discounts are not shown until checkout.

Kindle Paperwhite, $90

Kindle Voyage, $170

If you’re sick of sorting through mismatched leftover containers, Rubbermaid’s Easy-Find Lid Food Storage Set includes you 21 high quality bowls in six different sizes, and yet, you only have to sort through three different lid sizes for all of them. I bought this awhile back, and it’s life-changing. [Rubbermaid Easy Find Lid Food Storage Set, Plastic, 42-Piece, $15]

And for more permanent food storage—think flour, sugar, or nuts—these bobuCuisine glass capsules are completely airtight, and will look great on your counter. [bobuCuisine Glass Storage Containers with Airtight Lids - Set of 2, $13 with code 2RQN7CJT]





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