Apple's Best Mouse Is Your Deal of the Day

You may have heard that the humble computer mouse is an endangered species, threatened by the rise of modern touch gestures. This may be true, but gesture based-computing isn't a zero-sum game. Millions of people still use a mouse every day, and some of those mice have slick gesture capabilities.

If you've got a Mac, the Magic Mouse is the mouse you want. Apple's Magic Mouse came out in 2009 and it's currently the best mouse Apple makes, not including the Magic Trackpad — which I'm not. Basically, it's a perfect companion to a MacBook or Mac Mini. The Magic Mouse is undeniably stylish, but it's also got a whole lot of functionality for Macs: you can program it to perform basically any Mission Controlling-gesture you can do with the Apple trackpad. Right now Best Buy — who have been extremely competitive on Apple prices recently — is selling refurbs for $35. That's 50% less than everywhere else, and a genuinely stellar deal. [Best Buy]

Apple's Best Mouse Is Your Deal of the Day

If you're not a Mac user, you should take a look at Microsoft's Arc Touch mouse, a gadget some considered to be the Redmond response to the Magic Mouse. Like Apple's mouse, it features a stylish design and gesture capabilities, but it's a little less expensive and should play better with Windows. Best Buy has the best price on this mouse too—they're selling the White version for $23 and it's usually $45. [Best Buy]

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Apple's Best Mouse Is Your Deal of the Day

A serious lunch pail for serious foodies. This Zojirushi is a modern take on the ancient Bento box, but this lunch container can keep hot foods hot and cold foods cold — in the same damn lunch pail. It's also got a huge cult following — check out this Flickr group dedicated to Zojirushi lunch porn (totally safe for work.) At $37.43 for the silver version, it's a great deal; it's been lower priced on Amazon only once before. [Amazon]

Zojirushi Mr. Bento Stainless Lunch Jar ($38) | Amazon | Originally $55
Microsoft Arc Touch Wireless Mouse ($23) | Best Buy via Ben's Bargains | Originally $45
Apple Magic Mouse, Refurbished ($35) | Best Buy | Originally $70


Accessories

Microsoft Arc Touch Wireless Mouse ($23) | Best Buy via Ben's Bargains | Originally $45
Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard ($78) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $100
15% Off BodyGuardz | Bodyguardz via 9To5Toys | Use coupon code PRESIDENT


Miscellaneous

SteelSeries QcK Mouse Pad ($10) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $15
Contigo Tumbler ($15) | Amazon via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $20 | Sold out then came back
Viper Shot Competition Dartboard ($22) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $30
Cheap Bidet ($27.25) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $40
Baby Cage ($70) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $100
Garmin Nuvi 4-Inch GPS Navigator ($94) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $115


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Audio

Klipsch M40 Noise Cancelling Headphones ($150) | Woot via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $300
TKD Life On Record Boombox ($200) | Best Buy via edealinfo | Originally $300
The Jawbone Jambox Is Basically Officially $130 Now | Jambox


Gaming

Anodyne ($10) | Humble Bundle via Reddit | Originally $20
Torchlight II ($10) | Steam via Steam | Originally $20
Max Payne 3: Complete Pack for Steam ($14) | Green Man Gaming via Reddit | Originally $30 | Use coupon code GMG20-P4DLK-FKYRS
Darksiders II for Xbox and PS3 ($15) | Best Buy via Gamingaholic | Originally $40
Hori Racing Wheel for PS3 ($43) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $60
Steam For Linux Sale | Steam via Reddit
Huge Valentines Day Sale with Borderlands GOTY, Bioshock 2, Mafia II | Get Games via @angelicrocker
GoG RPG Weekend, includes The Witcher, Torchlight, More | Good Old Games via Reddit


Physical Media

Apple's Best Mouse Is Your Deal of the Day

If you're not an HBO subscriber, February 19th will be the first day you can legally watch Game of Thrones season two. That's when this Blu-ray set comes out. It's $35 from Amazon, which is $15 less than Wal-mart, and if the price drops again before it comes out, Amazon will credit you the difference. [Amazon]

Pulp Fiction on Blu-ray ($8) | Best Buy via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $15
Preorder Game of Thrones Season 2 on Blu-ray ($35) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $50


Digital Media

Tweet to save $3 on an MP3 Album | Amazon via Reddit


Clothing

Red Wing Beckman Boot ($264) | Shoebuy via Reddit | Originally $350 | Use coupon code WINTER20
30% Off Levi's | Levi's via Reddit | Use coupon code SPRING


Dumb TV → Smart TV

Nope.


Laptops

Sure, you could buy a laptop today — if you need one you should — but there's nothing I'd call a "deal" out there.


Desktops

Same goes for desktops. However, building your own is the best way to get a great price. Here's our guide.


Tablets

The Windows 8 RT tablet made by Asus, the VivoTab, recently got a price cut, making it significantly cheaper than an iPad 4. [Amazon]

Refurbished Apple iPad Smart Covers ($19) | Best Buy via 9To5Toys | Originally $40


Screens

24" 1080p Red Samsung Monitor ($150) | Rakuten via Monitoraholic | Originally $200
22" Dell 1080p Monitor ($150) | Dell via TechDealDigger | Originally $200 | Use coupon code 0$6$RJ?0ZLB9V$
23" Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 1080p IPS Monitor ($220) | Amazon via Reddit | Originally $280


Portables

Nope.


Camera

Not today.


Bare Drives

Swing and a miss.


Apps

iOS

PaperDesk ($0) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5
The Amazing Spider Man ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $7
Spashtop 2 ($2) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5
Pac-Man ($3) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5

iPad Only

Real Racing HD ($1) | iTunes via Appshopper | Originally $5

Android

Cubistry ($0) | Amazon Appstore via Brand Name Coupons | Originally $1
IM+ Pro ($2) | Google Play via Apps-aholic | Originally $10
Monopoly ($2) | Amazon Appstore via Apps-aholic | Originally $5


Mac

Lifehacker Mac Bundle ($50) | Stack Social via Lifehacker | Originally $200


Hobomodo

Free Stylus ($0) | Daily Sale via Reddit | Originally $1 | Scroll to the bottom


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