Deals of the Day: Roku Express, TCL Pro, and More


New smartphones, new video games, and new streaming devices, all on sale? You’re not dreaming: it’s the daily deals article! Let’s check out the savings.

Roku Express 4K+

So, you got a new 4K TV but your Roku can’t actually put out a 4K signal? Don’t sweat it, you just need to upgrade to a 4K-capable streaming device. The 4K+ variant of the Roku Express is an excellent device for all of your streaming needs.

Roku’s devices turn any TV into a smart TV, making them an excellent choice for people who want to buy a standard TV to keep the costs down. And, if cost is on your mind, you’ll love this deal. The Roku Express 4K+ is on sale for just $30 over at Amazon right now.

So, whether you’ve got a dumb TV you’d like to make smart, or just a smart TV with an interface you can’t stand, this is the deal for you.

TCL 10

When you’re looking for a smartphone that’s a real bargain, you should look no further than TCL. The 10 series of smartphones is the newest wave of value-minded phones from the budget-friendly company. The 10 sports a great processor, a nice-looking screen, and a headphone jack. Seriously, why did all the big smartphone companies cut out the headphone jack?

The TCL 10 Pro is on sale for $300 today at Amazon when you clip the coupon on the page. Its less-powerful cousin, the TCL 10L, is marked all the way down to $157. When you consider that some flagship smartphones are as much as $1,000, $157 for a nice phone doesn’t sound half-bad.

Final Fantasy XIV

Unbelievably, it has finally happened: Final Fantasy XIV has knocked World of Warcraft off of the top spot in the non-competitive world of MMOs. Every bit a mainline Final Fantasy game, XIV tells a story that rivals that seen in the other games in this legendary series. It’s everything you love about Final Fantasy, but now with your friends joining you in the dungeons.

If you’ve been wanting to get in on the gorgeous, sprawling MMO, Final Fantasy XIV is ready for you. You can scoop the complete game up for $35 over at Eneba, including all three DLC packs and the base game.

The only catch is that the discount is only for the PC version of the game. Sorry, PlayStation fans. You also need to use the code SBRINGERS at checkout, so don’t forget about that before you hit “buy”.