Price: $150 with two-year AT&T contract (regularly $200). Free shipping/Prime.
Most in the know hail the Nokia Lumia 1020 as the best Windows Phone on the market. As the phone's sterling 91 gdgt Score indicates, reviewers are gaga for its bright, crisp display, light form factor, tricked-out camera and slick interface. The weak Windows Phone app economy, which may be a culture shock for those used to the abundance of iOS and Android, is the lone concern for those looking to jump in.
Price: $79 (regularly $99). Free shipping.
E-reader enthusiasts who want a basic, front-lit device without the cost of a tablet should dig the Simple Touch, which rocked reviewers to the tune of a 90 gdgt Score. They love the bright, eye-friendly E Ink display that makes reading in bed extra comfortable, along with the vastness of B&N's e-book library.
Price: $190 (regularly $250). Free shipping.
Buy: Best Buy
Those who want a wide desktop display and don't need a mile-long list of features should give this Dell 24-inch screen a look. Highlights include a clear display and good build quality. Reviews dinged the monitor for its price, but the $60 discount should settle those gripes.
Price: $45 (regularly $60). Free shipping.
The SideWinder X4 is a worthy budget option for hardcore PC gamers, and at a 25-percent discount, the keyboard has that much more appeal as an alternative to the higher-end -- and higher-priced -- Microsoft X6. Critics praise the X4's sleek looks, seamless auto-loading of macros and utility as an everyday, non-gaming keyboard.
BioShock Trilogy (PC)
Price: $20 (regularly $80). Free shipping/Prime. Expires Wednesday.
The stunning BioShock Infinite alone is a steal at $20. In addition to one of the year's best-reviewed games, you also get its excellent predecessors. If you don't need all three BioShocks, you can also pick up Infinite alone at $20 (but why would you?) or either of the previous games at $10 each during the final days of Amazon's sale on the franchise.