This week’s trading volume covers a variety of gadgets and games. Whether you want to equip your technical tracks with new headphones, large and powerful Bluetooth speakers, or a music fan for gamers, this review is for you. No deal on hard-to-find graphics cards has yet been found, but the good news is that at least AMD’s powerful Zen 3 processors are in stock now (but it may not last long).
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Get the best price of Beats Solo Pro in-ear headphones
Ultimate Ears Hyperboom brings noise, save $59
Ultimate Ears is an excellent Bluetooth speaker. Its latest model is by far the largest model: Hyperboom. The built-in strap is waterproof and easy to carry. You can connect up to two Bluetooth devices, and its digital optical port means it can be used as a home theater system. This is an expensive speaker, but it is a multifunctional device.
Final Fantasy VII Remake The price of PS4/PS5 is half the normal price
Sony announced on Friday Final Fantasy VII Remake It will be available to PS Plus members for free download in June. Given that Square Enix just revealed that the PS4 version can be upgraded to the PS5 version for free later in June 2021, this seems to be good news. However, there is a catch: the free version cannot get free upgrades. You can only upgrade to PS5 by purchasing games on CD or digitally through the PS Store. (Confusing, isn’t it?) In this case, the $30 deal for the disc-based version is a good price.
AMD restocks high-end Zen 3 processors
If you are looking for opportunities for some new PC components (including processors) every time, then please check. Several retailers have AMD’s latest Ryzen 7 5800X octa-core processor. It is based on the Zen 3 architecture and is currently the same as the next-generation processors.