It’s been awhile since we heard from TomTop, but it’s back today with three deals for you, dear Android Guys: a Zhiyun handheld gimbal, a rather faithful recreation of a NES Classic – complete with 500(!) classic games – and a Razer Naga gaming mouse, which while not specifically Android-related, may cross over just a bit with our readers.
- Key Features: 3-Axis Video Stabilization, 2000mAh battery, MicroUSB Input and USB-A 2.0 output for charging on the go, convenient thumb control panel.
- Final Price: $124.00
- Coupon code: LSRZSMQ15 ($15 off)
- Perfect for all you amateur cinematographers out there, a stabilizing gimbal is one of the best tools you can use for shooting video on a mobile device. It uses motors and thumb controls to stabilize your phone while you shoot, enabling professional quality shots – assuming you have the know-how to make it happen.
- Key Features: 500 classic games, 2 controllers, nostalgia for days.
- Final Price: $21.99
- Coupon code: LSRNES ($4 off)
The NES and SNES Classics have more or less set the gaming world on fire, as more and more gamers of the 80s and 90s are entering adulthood, having children, and wanting to share their gaming glory days with said offspring. But the NES Classic’s selection of games really was kind of…lacking? Especially in a world where a single MicroSD card can unleash an entire library of old school games. The NES Mini Game Machine fixes that little oversight…with over 500 old-school games.
- Key Features: 19 configurable buttons, 8200dpi laser sensor, LED Lighting, In-Game Configurator, 7′ braided charging cable, 20hr battery life.
- Flash Price: $122.99
- If you play PC games of any kind, you could probably use one of these bad boys. With 19 configurable buttons (including a 4×3, 12 button thumb grid), you can map just about any functionality to this mouse and only rarely use your keyboard in-game. The LED lighting is configurable with 16.8 million colors, while the long battery life and included charging cable make it easy to stay powered.
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