The luxe DreameBot L20 Ultra vacuum is selling for its lowest price of $1,049

The DreameBot L20 Ultra robot vacuum and mop sitting docked in its auto-emptying station.

The DreameBot L20 Ultra robot vacuum / mop is one of our top picks when it comes to robovacs, as long as you don’t mind spending a fair bit of coin. But there’s good news today, as the L20 Ultra is now cheaper than ever before. As a reader of The Verge, you can get the premium DreameBot for $1,049 ($450 off) at Wellbots when you use promo code DREAMEVERGE150 for an additional $150 off the list price.

 The L20 Ultra is about as easy as it gets for managing a hybrid robot vacuum and mop in a single unit. It’s got a high suction power for thick rugs, AI-powered obstacle avoidance, and mapping software. Plus, it’s compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and Siri Shortcuts.

The high-end DreameBot is the least hands-on vacuum / mop you can buy. It can remove and reattach its oscillating mopping pads, wash and dry them, refill its water tank, and empty the bin. It can also do the splits with its mops to clean your baseboards better. Wellbots is offering a $150 coupon for Verge readers when you use code DREAMEVERGE150 at checkout.

Tabletop games are great, but a digital version is sometimes much more convenient — after all, there’s no cleanup, and you can’t accidentally ruin a play session by realizing you misread the rules. Luckily, Humble is offering a “Play Pink” Twin Sails bundle until January 26th that should appeal to a variety of board game fans as well as the tabletop-curious. It consists of up to 11 PC games on Steam for just $20, though, in total, it covers 35 individual items valued at $283, including games, DLC, and coupons.

You get games like the absolutely massive Gloomhaven, as well as the excellent Carcassonne and a whole lot more. And as is typical for a Humble Bundle, you can choose a smaller package and pay less. In this case, you can get both Splendor and Love Letter for just $1, which is an absolute steal. Plus, a portion of the funds go to supporting The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

A bundle of digital PC versions of various tabletop games, including Gloomhaven, Terraforming Mars, A Game of Thrones The Board Game, Arkham Horror, The Lord of the Rings Adventure Card Game, Carcassonne, Splendor, Love Letter, and more. The deal supports The Breast Cancer Research Foundation and runs until January 26th. All titles are activated on Steam.

  • I personally own one of these Nulaxy laptop stands (I own too many laptop stands, frankly) and it’s perfectly fine with a capital-F. It’s also ridiculously cheap, selling for $13.99 ($16 off) at Amazon. It doesn’t adjust or anything fancy, but it gets the job done with laptops as big as 16 inches.
  • The Lofree Flow mechanical keyboard won over our own Dan Seifert and converted him to the low-profile keeb life. It’s a modest-looking board that looks good, has a nice build quality, and both feels and sounds great. Plus, it’s now on sale for $152.99 ($18 off) at Amazon when you click the on-page coupon. Read our review.
  • Motorola’s Razr Plus is on sale for $699.99 ($300 off) at Amazon with an included $50 credit to use later. The Moto is one of the best affordable folding phones on the market, with a design that folds from a standard slab phone to a compact square with a 3.6-inch outward display. Read our review.
  • Lenovo’s Chromebook Duet 3 is selling for just $279 ($100 off) at Best Buy. The 11-inch 2-in-1 may almost be a couple of years old, but it’s still a great little machine for doing schoolwork or everyday productivity stuff in a very portable package. Read our review.
  • Walmart and Amazon are selling the second-gen Apple AirPods Pro with USB-C charging case for $189 ($60 off). That matches their lowest price, offering a good value for Apple’s premium noise-canceling buds with their handy new charging port. Read our review.
  • Google’s wired Nest Cam may not be one of the outright best indoor cameras around, but it’s still a fine option if you’re already invested in the Google Home ecosystem — supporting 1080p resolution with smart alerts for detecting people and animals. Best Buy has it in three color options for $69.99 ($30 off) on a one-day deal, and that’s about as cheap as you’ll find them. Read our review.


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