Today

In today’s Daily Deals, Electronic Express via Newegg is offering the Pioneer (VSX-LX101) 7.2-Channel AV Receiver + $150 Newegg Gift Card on sale for $399 shipped. Assuming you use the gift card, that’s the best offer we can find by $50.The gift card will be emailed to you four days after invoice.

This 7.2 Channel receiver is compatible with Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, Google Cast, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, AirPlay and supports up to 4K/60p video pass through. It also has 6 HDMI inputs. Rated 4.4/5 stars by Amazon shoppers. 

More new deals for today:

Toshiba 49-inch LED 1080p HDTV $300 (Reg. $400) | Best Buy

Continue on for more details on today’s top product and a roundup of our best deals:

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We know that mechanical keyboard enthusiasts can be fanatical about this product category. Perhaps this was best demonstrated by the WhiteFox, which hit MassDrop a few years back as a hobby from Matteo Spinelli. Turns out, it was so popular that he sold over 4,000 units.

That hobby quickly turned into a business opportunity that is now available over at Kickstarter. The $100,000 campaign goal was crushed in a few days time as backers are flocking to the $159 aluminum keyboard. What makes it so special, you ask? The fully-programmable creation of Spinelli and Input Club gives users a wide-range of flexibility in a high-end aluminum design.

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Dell’s XPS lineup has always appealed to me from a pure power perspective. The company continues to stuff its laptop line with power-user features like Thunderbolt 3, 4K displays, and the like.

Prior to the 2016 MacBook Pro refresh, I was considering the purchase of a 15-inch XPS machine for my video needs. That would mean switching over to DaVinci Resolve or Premiere Pro, and as a die-hard Final Cut Pro X fan, that was something I was honestly dreading.

Thankfully, Apple has reversed its course and is now strongly considering the needs of its professional users again. It’s almost like its done a 180-degree turnaround with products like an 18-core iMac Pro on the horizon.

Although I’m no longer outright forced to consider switching to a Windows machine thanks to Apple’s change of gears, that doesn’t mean that I don’t appreciate what companies like Dell are doing. The 2017 XPS 15 (9560) is a beast of a machine with a built-in 4K display that’s perfect for editing UHD video. Have a look at my brief hands-on walkthrough as I discuss 10 things that I appreciate about the XPS 15. expand full story

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