Govee’s DreamView G1 Pro gaming lights are discounted for the first time


Want to add some fun colors to your gaming space? Right now, Govee is offering its first discount on its new DreamView G1 Pro gaming lights. The camera-powered, dynamic LED kit typically retails for $179.99, but Govee is selling it for $159.99 for a limited time. These lights can match the colors displayed on your monitor while gaming, which can help create a fun and immersive experience. They also come with four preset game-match modes that deliver various effects, like a racing mode that matches fast-moving colors by splitting up the light bar into smaller color segments and moving pulsing waves of colors up and down.

While these lights are also relatively easy to install, just note you’ll have to mount Govee’s camera to the top of your monitor where a webcam would typically sit. That means you may need to either move it over or, as we discovered in our review, find that the Govee camera may entirely block the webcam’s view.

For a generously sized 4K TV that won’t break the bank, head on over to Amazon, where Prime members can save $260 on the 55-inch Omni Fire TV for just $299.99. If you want a larger model with support for Dolby Vision HDR, the 65-inch model costs just $499.99 instead of $829.99 at Amazon. These are new all-time low prices that Amazon is offering as a part of its early Prime Day deals, which has the retailer dropping prices on various smart TVs and other Amazon devices for Prime members. Best Buy is also matching Amazon’s current discount on the 65-inch model, selling it for $499.99.

As for their features, both the 55- or 65-inch configurations of the Omni Fire TV offer deep integration with Amazon Alexa and allow you to make hands-free voice commands even when they’re turned off. Additionally, the 4K TVs offer support for two-way video calling and Apple’s AirPlay 2 as well as low input lag for gaming.

Shifting from TVs to earbuds, you can pick up a pair of Jabra’s Elite 85t on Woot right now for just $139.99, which is a $90 discount off the original price. It’s the best price we’ve seen on this model. These noise-canceling buds also come with a one-year warranty from Jabra along with a two-year extended warranty against dust and water, with free shipping for Amazon Prime members. Verizon, however, is also selling them for $149.99 with free two-day shipping for those who don’t subscribe to Prime.

The Elite 85t may not be Jabra’s newest set of earbuds — that distinction goes to the Elite 7 Pro, Elite 7 Active, and Elite 3 — but they still offer impressive noise cancellation and, unlike many true wireless earbuds, can pair with two devices at the same time. Other useful features include an IPX4 rating for water and sweat resistance, good on-earbud controls, and a case you can charge wirelessly or with USB-C if you prefer.

However, be aware you can only use the right earbud by itself and that the IPX4 rating is actually a slight downgrade from the IP55 of their predecessor, the Elite 75t, and the IP57 protection in the Elite Active 75t. Nonetheless, if you’re looking for a pair of workout buds that can withstand a ton of sweating, the Elite 85t might not be for you.

Amazon’s Father’s Day deal on the second-gen Echo Show 5 may have expired, but you can still buy the 5.5-inch smart display at Staples, The Home Depot, and Bed Bath & Beyond for $49.99 instead of $84.99. The capable smart speaker doubles as a good alarm clock and produces a loud, robust sound despite its small stature.

The recently launched Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is already on sale. Whether you own a Nintendo Switch, a PlayStation console, an Xbox, or a PC, you can buy the nostalgia-fueled reboot right now for $22.49 instead of $24.99.
If Jabra’s Elite 85t mentioned above are outside your budget but you want a pair of noise-canceling earbuds, Beats’ Studio Buds are just $114.99 instead of $149.95 at Woot until June 24th (or while supplies last). Their noise cancellation capabilities are, admittedly, nowhere near as good as the Jabra Elite 85t’s — and they can’t pair with multiple devices simultaneously. But they’re still decent buds that deliver great sound quality.

The Divoom Ditoo is a fun combination that brings together a Bluetooth speaker, a clock, a calendar, and other basic tools, one that comes recommended by The Verge’s Alice Newcome-Beill. Right now, you can buy the pink model — which you can easily customize with pixel art — on Amazon for just $84.91 ($45 off) when you clip the on-page coupon.