The 240Wh Jackery Portable Power Station Explorer is compact yet loaded with power-up options. It's now 18% off, and $17 shy from its all-time low price on Amazon.
We absolutely loved the first version of these earphones, giving them a 5-star rating for their exceptional sound quality. Now the newer version is on sale at Amazon for a handsome discount.
Armed with heart-rate and blood oxygen sensors, the Versa 2 is the Fitbit most people will want. Amazon has it for 25% off MSRP.
No, it's not technically a deal at $350. But at a time when so many monitors are sold out, this 32-inch. 4K Philips display has really caught our attention. It's in stock and ships within a week.
With the same warranty as a new pair, these QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II are only $200 on eBay—a huge drop from their $350 new selling price.
Topping the list is our pick for best all-around robot vacuum, the iRobot Roomba 960 for $400.
We love the 65t, giving them 4.5 stars out of 5. And now at $100, they're at an all-time low on Amazon, and 41% less than list price.
Google first Pixel earbuds were, well, pretty underwhelming. Coming in early 2020 for $179, the updated model will feature a true wireless design, and promise a better experience overall.
Despite a frustrating install, Ring Video Doorbell 2 is still a welcome, improved version of the original doorbell-slash-security camera.
Just five months before Google is expected to release the Pixel 4, it's unveiled a low-priced Pixel 3. Here's why you may want to buy the budget phone.
The Galaxy Fold is poised to rock the world with a totally new take on premium smartphones. But how much do we really know about this clever foldy phone?
In a phone reveal that left little room for hardware surprises, Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL still demoed software innovation.
Based on the PUSH band for pro athletes, Nexus automatically records all your body movements, and spits out granular data on power, cadence and more.
Android isn't a productivity platform, but on the Tab S4, Samsung's DeX gives us the best of Android in a very Windows-like experience.
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