Although it is not as elegant as the previous one Super Smash Bros.-Switch-themed, Nintendo’s latest holiday bundle makes up for it in value (especially at this price). It includes a Nintendo Switch OLED and a pair of gray Joy-Cons featuring the game’s iconic logo as well as a three-month subscription to Nintendo Switch Online and a download code for a digital copy of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The package is a good deal even at full price considering the latest Smash Bros. the title rarely drops below $50 and Nintendo’s upgraded console normally sells for $349 on its own, making GameStop’s ongoing physical discount all the sweeter.
Overall, we consider Tile trackers to be the best Bluetooth trackers for Android users, mainly because they come in different forms and can do pretty much everything Apple’s AirTags can do. That said, Samsung’s Galaxy SmartTag2 remains an exceptional alternative if you use a Samsung Galaxy device, currently available in black for the all-time low price of $19.99 ($10 off) on Amazon.
Similar to other location trackers, Samsung’s second-generation SmartTag lets you keep tabs on your keys, bags, or anything else you can’t afford to do without. The new model features a more robust IP67 rating, has a user-replaceable battery that lasts up to 700 days, and lets you access the Galaxy Find network, which works the same as the network Apple Find My. It also features a larger key fob hole than before and, at least for Samsung users, an improved Compass view and overall app experience. The latter allows you to use a full-screen map view and a new interface, as well as a new shortcut that makes it easier to find your SmartTags.