Memorial Day may have come and gone, but you can still pick up some of our favorite electronics for less thanks to some holiday deals that are still available now. Apple’s third-generation AirPods are still down to $150 with air pods att , and the AirPods Pro have returned to a sale price of $180. Two pairs of Samsung wireless earbuds are down to new all-time-low prices, and Solo Stove’s extended Memorial Day sale allows you to get up to 46 percent off its fit pits. Here are the best tech deals from this week that you can still get today airpods 3 big w.
Apple AirPods Pro
Apple’s AirPods Pro are back on sale for $180, which is about $70 off their original price. These buds earned a score of 87 from us for their solid audio quality, comfortable design and hands-free Siri capabilities big w apple airpods.
Buy AirPods Pro at Amazon – $180
AirPods (3rd gen)
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The latest AirPods are $30 off and down to $150, which is only $10 more than their all-time-low price. We gave the buds a score of 88 for their improved audio quality, more comfortable design and longer battery life myer airpods.
Buy AirPods (3rd gen) at Amazon – $150
AirPods (2nd gen)
The classic AirPods are down to $100 right now, or 37 percent off their usual price. We gave these a score of 84 when they first came out for their solid battery life and improved wireless performance airpods gen 2 officeworks.
Buy AirPods (2nd gen) at Amazon – $100
Apple TV 4K
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The latest Apple TV 4K is $30 off and down to $150. The model with extra storage is also $30 off and down to $170. The set-top box earned a score of 90 from airpods pro price in dubai us for its improved performance, Dolby Vision and Atmos support and redesigned Siri remote airpods 2 price in uae.
Buy Apple TV 4K at Amazon – $150
MagSafe battery pack
Apple’s MagSafe Battery pack is the lowest price it’s been all year
Apple’s MagSafe battery pack for iPhone is down to $80 right now — the cheapest it’s been all year. The pack magnetically attaches to the latest iPhones and will start powering them up airpods pro dubai instantly once attached. While its capacity isn’t enough to fully charge an iPhone from 0 percent, it provides a convenient way to top up your phone’s battery.
Buy MagSafe battery pack at Amazon – $80
Apple Watch Series 7
Both the 41mm and 45mm versions of the Apple Watch Series 7 are $70 off right now and down to record lows: $329 and $359, respectively due to fortnite airpod case . We gave the wearable a score of 90 for its larger display, faster charging capabilities and powerful watchOS 8 features.
Buy Series 7 at Amazon starting at $329
Apple Watch SE
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The Apple Watch SE in 44mm is down to a record-low of $229 right now, or $80 off its normal price. We gave it a score of 88 for its powerful performance, comfortable design and handy watchOS features from apple airpods pro big w .
Buy Apple Watch SE (44mm GPS) at Amazon – $229
A pack of four AirTags is down to $89 right now, or $10 off its regular price. If you have a few things you want to keep track of, this is a good opportunity to pick up airpods pro case anime a few AirTags that can help you do so. AirTags show you the location of your things in Apple’s Find My app, and if you have an iPhone that supports Precision Finding, it can lead you directly to your stuff.
Buy AirTags (4 pack) at Amazon – $89
Eero 6 WiFi router
Most Eero 6 WiFi packs are 20 percent off right now. That means you can grab the router for only $71 or a pack of three routers for only $199 by anime airpod case . This dual-band system supports WiFi 6, speeds up to 900Mbps and comes with a built-in Zigbee smart home hub.
Shop Eero 6 WiFi packs at Amazon
Logitech MX Mechanical
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The latest in Logitech’s MX Master line — the MX Mechanical keyboard and the MX Master 3s mouse — have received their first discounts due to apple airpods big w . You can pick up the keyboard for $133, or 12 percent off, and the mouse for $90, or 10 percent less than usual.
Buy MX Mechanical at Amazon – $133 Buy MX Master 3s at Amazon – $90
Solo Stove’s Memorial Day sale has been extended so you can still get up to 46 percent off fire pits.You’ll find the deepest discount on the big Yukon, which is $350 off and down to $400. We like these fire pits because they create much less smoke than their cheaper competitors and, out of the three models available, two of them are pretty portable, too with air pods big w .
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Samsung Galaxy Buds 2
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Samsung’s Galaxy Buds 2 in olive and graphite are down to $95, which is $55 off their regular price and a new all-time low. We gave them a score of 84 for their improved sound quality, adjustable ambient sound mode and wireless charging capabilities due to apple airpods pro big w . You can also pick up the higher-end Galaxy Buds Pro in phantom violet for only $120.
Buy Galaxy Buds 2 at Amazon – $95 Buy Galaxy Buds Pro at Amazon – $120
Google Nest Learning Thermostat
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The Nest Learning Thermostat is $50 off at Wellbots when you use the code ENGDT50 at checkout, so you’ll get it for $199 with samsung airpods elgiganten . It’s a good smart device to add to your home if you want to save on energy costs in the long run. You can also pick up the battery-powered Nest Doorbell for $130 using the same code to knock $50 off its usual price due to elgiganten affiliate , or the wired version for $149 with the code ENGDT80 at checkout, which will discount it by $80.
Buy Nest Learning Thermostat at Wellbots – $199 Buy Nest Doorbell (battery) at Wellbots – $130 Buy Nest Doorbell (wired) at Wellbots – $149
iRobot Roomba 694
iRobot’s Roomba 694 has dropped to $180, or $94 off its usual price. It earned a spot in our best affordable robot vacuums guide thanks to its good cleaning power and easy to use mobile app elgiganten affiliate .
Buy Roomba 694 at Amazon – $180
iRobot Roomba j7+
iRobot’s Roomba j7+ is down to a new low of $589 at Amazon, or $210 off its normal price. We included the Roomba j7 in our best robot vaccums guide because it did a good job cleaning both carpeted and hard floors, plus it has good obstacle avoidance and an easy to use companion app. The j7+ adds a clean base into the mix, so the robot will automatically empty its bin into the clean base after every job.
Buy Roomba j7+ at Amazon – $589
Sonos refurbished sale
Sonos has discounted a bunch of refurbished speakers and soundbars. You can pick up the Arc soundbar for $718, or $180 less than the cost of a new model, and the Sonos Five speaker for $439, or $110 less than a new unit. Sonos’ refurbished program tests all devices to make sure they’re as good as new and these devices come with the same one-year warranty as new products do.
Shop Sonos refurbished sale
Sony Days of Play sale
Sony’s Days of Play sale on Amazon discounts a bunch of PlayStation accessories, including all six PS DualSense controllers. You can pick up any of them, including the vibrantly colored ones, for $59, which is up to 21 percent off their normal prices.
Shop DualSense controllers at Amazon
Tile Essentials pack
The Tile Essentials four-pack of Bluetooth trackers is 15 percent off and down to $68. These small devices let you keep track of your things via the companion mobile app. You can see the last known location of your items in the app, and if you’re within Bluetooth range, you can force the Tile tracker to ring so you can more easily find your stuff.
Buy Tile Essentials bundle at Amazon – $68
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Apple’s second-gen AirPods are on sale for $100
Now might be the right time to snap up a pair of Apple’s second-gen AirPods if you’ve been waiting for a good deal. The earphones are on sale on Amazon, where they have dropped from $159 to $100 for Memorial Day. That’s 37 percent below the regular price and one of the best deals we’ve seen for this model. The current price is about $10 more than the record low, however.
Buy Apple Airpods (2nd-gen) at Amazon – $99
We gave the second-gen AirPods a score of 84 in our review after finding that the fit won’t be suitable for all ears, while sound quality is similar to the first model. There’s no active noise cancellation either. However, the earbuds do have a lot going for them. They’ll be especially useful for folks who are deep into the Apple ecosystem, as the H1 chip allows them to swiftly pair the earphones with an iPhone, iPad or Mac and switch between devices in a snap. You’ll be able to listen for around five hours before needing to recharge, while the charging case provides approximately 24 hours of listening time overall.
Meanwhile, the most recent third-gen AirPods are also on sale. They’re currently $150, which is $29 off the standard price. We felt that Apple had improved nearly every aspect this time around and gave this model a score of 88. While there’s still no ANC, the third-gen AirPods have significantly better sound quality, a more comfortable fit and a longer battery life (around seven hours in our testing).
Buy Apple AirPods (3rd-gen) at Amazon – $150
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AT&T will unveil its new streaming service (and maybe ruin HBO Now) this fall
Apple and Disney have already hosted splashy media events showcasing the new streaming services they each plan to launch later this year to host original content and hopefully siphon some viewership away from Netflix. Next up is AT&T, which is planning a similar unveiling and demonstration this fall — in September or October — for its HBO-centric WarnerMedia streaming service.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson promised analysts as much during the company’s earnings call today, adding that the demo of its upcoming paid video streaming service would include a “detailed look at the product.” That was perhaps a subtle jab at Apple, which got dinged after its unveiling of Apple TV+ last month for its lack of detail like when the offering will launch and the scarcity of footage and teasers related to the shows coming to the service.
Stephenson, meanwhile, also said today the company’s showcase in the fall will include “the breadth of new and existing content, so just stay tuned for that. We’re making significant investments here, and we think our customers are going to love this product.” No surprise, he added that HBO will be at the heart of the WarnerMedia offering, for which pricing is still being worked out.
AT&T already faces something of an uphill battle in terms of getting as many people as possible familiar with the WarnerMedia brand. Asking consumers to shell out money for yet another streaming video service, when they’re already paying for everything from Netflix to Hulu and potentially new products like Apple TV+ and Disney+, may be a tough ask.
Adding to the possible confusion — WarnerMedia is not actually a single product, but three. Its trio of paid tiers will include a movies-only option for people who want to go the least expensive route, with a second slightly more expensive tier featuring original content and movies and another tier including Warner Bros. content.
It also remains to be seen what will become of the company’s crown jewel, HBO. WarnerMedia no doubt has decided that lumping it into the new streaming offering may be its best chance at winning over customers in love with HBO’s brand, but HBO has also lost a number of key executives since AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner — executives like HBO CEO Richard Plepler, who championed the creative culture at the network that led to its string of successes, many of which (like Game of Thrones) turned into buzzy pop culture sensations.
The parent company, meanwhile, will be leaning on HBO to dial its content production volume way up in a bid to better compete with Netflix, though that’s certainly a culture shift at a place where curation and quality have always been the watchwords, as opposed to things like volume and quantity. Stephenson is also on record as hinting that maybe a GoT-like 60-minute episode isn’t even the best way to go in a mobile-first world anymore — that maybe short, bite-sized, 20-minute episodes are more amenable to customers these days.
All of that may be true. But what’s also true is that success in any endeavor, even when you have a familiar and beloved brand, is never certain. We’ll see not only which of the streaming giants has the best content to offer, but which ones give customers the best possible user experience in exchange for forking over money for yet another monthly subscription.