While not as slick as the previous Super Smash Bros.-themed Switch, Nintendo’s latest holiday bundle makes up for it in sheer value (especially at this price). It includes a Nintendo Switch OLED and a pair of gray Joy-Cons that feature the game’s iconic logo as well as a three-month subscription to Nintendo Switch Online and a download code for a digital copy of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The bundle is a good deal even at full price given the latest Smash Bros. title rarely falls below $50 and Nintendo’s step-up console normally retails for $349 on its own, making GameStop’s ongoing brick-and-mortar discount all the sweeter.
Generally speaking, we consider Tile trackers to be the best Bluetooth trackers for Android users, primarily because they come in a variety of shapes and can do just about anything Apple’s AirTags can do. That said, Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTag2 remains an outstanding alternative if you use a Samsung Galaxy device, one that’s currently available in black for an all-time low of $19.99 ($10 off) at Amazon.
Similar to other location trackers, Samsung’s second-gen SmartTag lets you keep tabs on your keys, bags, or any item you can’t afford to be without. The new model carries a beefier IP67 rating, boasts a user-replaceable battery that lasts up to 700 days, and lets you tap into the Galaxy Find network, which functions in a similar fashion to Apple’s Find My network. It also features a larger key ring hole than before and, at least for Samsung users, an improved Compass View and overall app experience. The latter lets you make use of a full-screen map view and a fresh interface, along with a new shortcut that makes your SmartTags easier to find.