Deal of the week: Solid-state storage and games


— 4:02 PM on February 14, 2014

This week in our deal post, we've gathered a couple of juicy solid-state storage deals—and a handful of gaming bargains for good measure. Let's start with the hardware:

  • Intel's 335 Series 180GB solid-state drive is down to just $119.99 after the $10-off promo code PRSDNTDAY68 at Newegg. The drive is based on a SandForce controller, has peak read and write speeds of 500MB/s and 450MB/s, respectively, and is covered by a three-year warranty. You can read our review of it here.
  • Need something a little more portable? Newegg has Corsair's Voyager Slider 128GB, a USB 3.0 thumb drive with a retractable connector, on sale for $44.99 after a $14-off promo code (EMCPHWG39) and a $20 mail-in rebate. That's a pretty good price considering the USB 3.0 interface and the fact that this drive has a five-year warranty.

Now, what about those games?

  • Newegg has a downloadable bundle made up of Borderlands 2 and Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition for $11.99.
  • Amazon has the downloadable version of Battlefield 4 on sale for $35.99.
  • GOG.com has Dungeons & Dragons games 80% off, some related multiplayer games 90% off, and Dungeon Keeper free. I guess nothing says Valentine's Day like role-playing and strategy games.
  • Last but not least, Steam is running a Valentine's Day sale with titles (apparently) aimed at the fairer sex. Among them: Girls Like Robots, Long Live the Queen, and for some reason, Alan Wake.

Our pals north of the border may also want to peruse NCIX's Valentine's Day Sale Event, which is rife with discounts. Those include AData's 256GB and 512GB SX900 solid-state drives, which are available for $169.99 CAD and $299.99 CAD, respectively.

   
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