- Logitech G502 Laser Gaming Mouse for $35
Best Buy is selling the Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum USB Gaming Laser Mouse for $35 through their Ebay store.
It was also $35 during last month's Amazon Prime Day sale (for Prime members only), and normally sells for about $47 new and $35 used.
It's one of our favorite USB mice sold today.
It has adjustable weights (make the mouse as heavy or light as you want), adjustable "G" light colors & brightness, its wheel does both vertical and horizontal scrolling, and overall looks cool.
For $35, it's an excellent value.
OBi200 Voice-Over-IP Telephone Adapter for $50, and code EMCTCWU27 applies $10 off.
This is the single-line model of the OBi202 that we have, but works similarly in every way.
It was easy to set up with a free Google Voice phone number, and gives free incoming and outgoing phone calls within the US and Canada.
Use any standard home telephone or cordless phone, and never pay any monthly fees for home phone service.
Note that 911 emergency calling does NOT work with free Google Voice.
We solved this by adding Anveo E911 for $20 for the first year, $18/year thereafter.
The "E" part of E911 means Enhanced, where the caller's location is automatically provided to dispatchers when the call is placed.
This helps emergency services get there quicker.
FiFine K670 professional-style microphone that sits on a desk or mounts to a microphone stand for $40.75.
It plugs into a PC, Mac, Xbox, Playstation 4, or pretty much anything with a USB port.
This is the kind of microphone podcasters and YouTube how-to video makers use.
This is similar to a Blue Yeti microphone that costs $100 to $130.