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The Best Tech Deals of the Week That You Can Still Shop


April 10, 2020 Deals By
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Many of us have been working from home for the last few weeks and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. It’s early yet, but you may have realized that your home office isn’t quite the same as the one you’re used to. In light of that, we’ve rounded up the best deals on electronics we could find on the internet — from noise-canceling headphones to portable power banks, smartphone accessories and wireless speakers. Hopefully, one or more of them can help maximize your productivity and minimize distractions while you continue to work from home.

RHA TrueConnect Wireless Earbuds

Save 50%: RHA is having a big sitewide sale and you can get its true wireless earbuds for 50% off. Just enter the code RHASUB50 at checkout.

Satechi Accessories

Save 15%: Satechi, maker of some of our favorite gadget accessories, is having a big Easter sale. From April 10 through April 12, you can take 15% off all of its products. Just use the code SPRING15 at checkout.

Linedock

Save up to 30%: The Linedock is a 3-in-1 gadget that works as a docking station, a portable power bank and an external hard drive for your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. They work great at home or if you’re on the road, and you can get a model so that it perfectly matches your space gray or silver laptop. (At checkout, use the code OPTINSIDE and save between 15% and 30%. These discounts will expire Friday, April 10, at midnight.)

Nomad

Save up to 30%: Nomad makes a range of accessories for all your Apple devices, from AirPod Pro cases to Apple Watch straps, but my personal favorite is its wireless charging station. This above model can simulatneously charge an iPhone, AirPods and Apple Watch. Normally $150, you can knock $45 off that price by applying the discount.(At checkout, use the code OPTINSIDE and save between 15% and 30%. These discounts will expire Friday, April 10, at midnight.)

Moment

Save up to 30%: Moment is best known for its lens kits for smartphone photographers, and they’re great for people who want to upgrade the camera on their current smartphone. Right now, those are on sale for $20, two for $30 (code: 2casesfor30) or four for $40 (code: 4casesfor40). In addition, Moment has teamed up with other brands and sells everything from cameras to camera bags, microphones and drones. At checkout, use the code OPTINSIDE and save between 15% and 30%. These discounts will expire Friday, April 10, at midnight.

Sennheiser CX 2.00i Earphones


Save $30: B&H is offering a discount on Sennheiser’s entry-level wired earbuds. The CX 2.00i are optimized for Apple devices.

Vizio P-Series Quantum (65-Inch)


Save $102: If you’re looking for a great 4K TV that’s both big and under $1,000, this is the best LCD option available. It’s the best alternative in terms of contrast and overall image quality to an OLED TV.

Beats Solo Pro


Save $50: The Beats Solo Pro are the company’s recently released noise-canceling, on-ear wireless headphones. They feature Apple’s H1 chip (the same one found in the latest AirPods that allows them to easily pair with any Apple device), a Lightning charging port and active noise-canceling and transparency modes.

Bowers & Wilkins PX7 (and More)


Save $170: World Wide Stereo is having a headphone sale where you can find up to 40% off with the code HEADPHONES. Deals of note include 20% off Bowers & Wilkins PX7, and 5% of Bose QC35 IIs or its Noise CanceLling Headphones 700.

TP-Link Wi-Fi Extender


Save $40: This is one of the best Wi-Fi extenders available. It’s a quick, easy and now-affordable way of fixing a dead spot in your house.

Powerbeats Pro


Save $50: Amazon is selling Powerbeats Pro, Beats’s newest true wireless sport earbuds, for $50 off – the normally $250 wireless earbuds are available for just $200 in all four colorways (black, ivory, moss and navy).

Sonos Beam


Save $50: The Beam is the smallest, newest and most affordable soundbar that Sonos makes. It’s also the company’s only smart soundbar; it is integrated with Alexa, so you can ask the voice assistant to turn the volume up or down, switch to a specific app (like Netflix), or switch to a specific channel (like ESPN). It’s designed for small- and medium-sized rooms.

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Sonos One


Save $50: The One is the same speaker as the One SL, but it’s technically a “smart speaker” because it comes with an array of microphones and you can summon songs and control smart home devices with your voice, via Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant. The One also supports AirPlay 2.

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Sonos One SL


Save $50: The One SL is the most entry-level speaker that Sonos still makes. It is a Sonos One speaker but without the built-in mics, meaning it can’t function as a smart speaker (and you won’t have to worry about it listening to you). The One SL is $20 cheaper than the One speaker.

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Bose Headphones 700 (Refurbished)


Save $120: Right now, eBay is selling refurbished pairs of Bose’s latest and greatest noise-canceling headphones, the Headphones 700, for $280. That’s $120 less than the normal $400 MSRP and the best price we’ve ever seen on these flagship headphones. If you’re cool buying refurbished — eBay has a 30-day free return policy — then these are a terrific deal.

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Roku TV Wireless Speakers


Save $50: If you have a Roku smart TV and you want to improve its sound quality, an easy and affordable option is to get these TV speakers.

Bose QuietComfort 35 II (Refurbished)


Save 48%: These terrific noise-canceling headphones normally command a price tag of $349, but you can pick up a refurbished pair on eBay for significantly less.

Sony WH-1000XM3 (Refurbished)


Save 48%: If Sony headphones are more your speed, you can get a pair of refurbished WH-1000XM3 for almost 50-percent off.

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Tucker Bowe

Tucker Bowe has been on Gear Patrol's editorial team since 2014. As a Tech Staff Writer, he tracks everything in the consumer tech space, from headphones to smartphones, wearables to home theater systems. If it lights up or makes noise, he probably covers it.

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