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Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 Classic and its slick rotating bezel is just $149

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Smartwatches are a popular New Year’s gift, but the best ones can certainly blow many people’s budgets. 42mm Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic for just $149 Special discount of $200 in black or white from Walmart. This model is the only one with Samsung’s amazing tactile and unique rotating bezel controls, allowing you to operate your watch with less reliance on the touchscreen. Very useful for gloved hands during winter.

While the new Galaxy Watch 5 brought a bit Despite improved battery life and somewhat useless temperature sensors, the Watch 4 Classic remains in the lineup and is still heavily discounted at a very attractive price. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic includes all the usual health and fitness tracking you’d expect and runs the latest Google’s Wear OS 3. With cute cartoon animals to help you sleep. Again, that bezel. Please read our review.

$149

The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic has a nice physical rotating bezel and third-party support from Google’s Wear OS 3. But keep in mind that it works best with Samsung phones.

Holidays often mean a lot of hosting and activities around the house. That means a lot of cleaning before you arrive at the company and after you leave.Ann iRobot Roomba j7 Plus It definitely helps make life a little easier by taking care of most of the vacuuming job.Selling at $599 ($300 off) Amazon, TargetWhen best buy.

This vacuum bot maps your home so you can target specific rooms or set up no-go zones to make sure you avoid places where you might get stuck. And even if you don’t clean up the clutter before sending it to the cleaning job, it should automatically avoid obstacles and send photos with its built-in camera to skip small spots due to Dan Cat hiding. I will let you know. Another toy under the bed. (Okay, maybe I’m speaking from personal experience here).

The j7 Plus continues to be our top pick for smart vacuums, as the auto-emptying docking station and software make for a very easy and manageable experience with very little hassle.

$599

The j7 Plus is good at avoiding obstacles, has great battery life, and includes an auto-emptying docking station. Plus, iRobot will replace your vacuum free of charge if it runs out of pet waste within the first year of ownership.

If there’s one thing that helps you get through the holiday season and Black Friday, it’s coffee.If so, how appropriate is self-heating? Ember Mug 2 Smart Mug It’s on sale. The 10 oz version is available for about $99.95 ($30 off). best buy, TargetAlso Amazon Comes in black or white, or you can step up to the 14oz version for about $119.95 ($30 off) best buy, TargetAlso Amazon in the same single color. The best deals may be for those with a Costco membership, $99.99 for a gray 14 oz Ember.

In either size, the Ember Mug 2 heats your beverage to your preferred temperature between 120-145 degrees Fahrenheit. This mug is perfect if you sit or stand at your desk for too long and tend to forget until your drink is cold. Is it a must-have? No, is it an incredibly convenient and engaging way to use technology? Also makes a great gift. That’s why we’ve made it into the Home Tech Holiday Gift Guide.

$100

The Ember Mug 2 is a temperature-controlled smart mug that keeps your drink hot for up to 80 minutes on battery or all day long when sitting on a plug-in coaster. With the included iOS and Android apps, you can dial in specific temperatures from 120 degrees Fahrenheit to 145 degrees Fahrenheit.

peak design The site has an early Black Friday salethrough Cyber ​​Monday, offering up to 30% off select bags, smartphone cases and camera accessories. I’ve owned and used a variety of Peak Design’s over the years, and that bag is one of my personal favorites for carrying camera gear. disgusts me so much I want to launch myself into the sun

Some highlights of this deal are: Everyday Backpack Zip 15L $132.96 in blue or white ($56.99 off).This small backpack follows a standard design everyday backpack (currently 10% off) but it uses one simple zipper to open from all sides. You can avoid carrying too much heavy gear while still having room for your lens.

$133

The Everyday Zip Backpack is a compact multi-purpose camera/commuter bag that opens like a capsule using an all-around zipper for side or top access. It has flexible dividers to accommodate a mirrorless camera system, internal side pockets for small items, and a back pocket for a 13″ laptop and small tablet.

$270

The construction of this bag and the way gear is tucked into three shelves and a side-access pocket wall offer versatility for those who carry a lot of camera and tech-related gear.

Aside from the slightly premium bags, Peak Design also makes nice phone cases for iPhone and Pixel phones, usually starting at $39.95. These cases incorporate a unique magnetic accessory system so you can add pseudo-MagSafe magnetic wireless charging to your Pixel 6 or Pixel 7. Pixel phone case When Cases for older generation iPhones is 30% off.

$28

Peak Design phone cases for iPhone and Pixel phones feature a fabric back with protective rubber sides. Add MagSafe-like charging to Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 with built-in magnets for optional accessories like tripods and bike mounts.

Some more deals:

  • now Latest generation Apple TV 4K Available on Amazon for $79.99 (about $99 off). The new model may have more CPU power and HDR10 Plus support, but last year’s base model still has an Ethernet port. Please read our review.
  • of Logitech G435 Lightspeed Gaming Headset $29.99 for blue and red ($50 off) at Walmart. This headset for PC, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch is his one of the best all-around multi-platform wireless options. Read our buying guide.
  • Microsoft standard Xbox Wireless Controller Around $39.99 ($20 off) in select colors Amazon, best buyWhen TargetWorks with any current Xbox console or PC via Bluetooth wireless or wired USB-C connection.
  • LG’s 48-inch A2 OLED TV is $569.99 ($730 off) best buyThis 4K TV is budget-friendly for an OLED, but its biggest trade-off is that it tops out at 60Hz refresh.

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