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HooToo 3D VR headset, $20
HooToo’s VR headset brings out the very best Google Cardboard has to offer, and you can strap it to your face for $20. Unlike most inexpensive Cardboard headsets, this one has a magnetic trigger on the side, meaning you won’t have to pair a janky Bluetooth remote.
Cablex Bluetooth headphones, $16 with code 925JSD7H
iClever Bluetooth headphones, $13 with code ZSY2NODI
Unless you’re a true audiophile, there’s really no reason to buy wired earphones anymore, and that’s doubly true for iPhone owners. So when you can choose from two different sets of Bluetooth earbuds for under $20, there’s no reason not to make the jump.
This is everything you could want in a $12 surge protector. Six outlets, two USB ports, and a swiveling design that minimizes the distance the whole setup will project out from your wall once everything’s plugged in.
I own three of these.
Kmashi Quick Charge 2.0 20,000mAh battery, $20 with code GEBLIOJ7
$20 is a very good price for any 20,000mAh USB battery pack. But when you consider that this one includes Quick Charge 2.0 for your newer Android devices, it’s a no-brainer. Conservatively, you should get 4-5 phone charges out of this thing, making it perfect for sharing during a long flight or camping trip.
Anker PowerPort 6, $25
Multi-port USB chargers belong on every desk and night stand, and Anker’s 6-port 60W model has never been cheaper.
Cheetah Mounts 20”-70” TV wall mount, $18 with code 667ERJQA
If you’ve been meaning to wall-mount your TV, this highly rated Cheetah mount will only set you back $18 today with promo code 667ERJQA. This particular model doesn’t articulate left and right, but it can hold TVs anywhere from 20 to 70 inches, so it should be sufficient for most of you.
$54 is a solid price for any 1TB external hard drive, but it’s particularly good for a shockproof and water-resistant one. Even if you aren’t taking it to the beach or on the trail, the extra ruggedness can help keep it safe when it bangs around in your bag.
Nobody knows software better than our friends at Lifehacker, and Humble’s making it easy to augment your PC with a name-your-own-price bundle of some of the site’s favorite Windows apps.
We’ve broken it all down in this post, with links to Lifehacker to help you learn more about the software. Just remember that like most Humble Bundles, certain apps require you to pledge more money than others, so be sure you’re paying enough to get all of the apps you need.