Prime Day is finally here! Now until October 14 (a.k.a tomorrow), the e-tailer is treating its Prime members to exclusive deals on virtually everything imaginable. Prime Day might have great discounts on exercise equipment and sneakers, but if you want to get the best bang for your buck, now’s a better time than every to shop its tech and electronics section. Whether you want to upgrade your WFH setup with a pair of headphones or treat yourself to a flat-screen television, Amazon has something for everyone—and on sale, no less.
We know you have a lot of shopping to do today, and don’t necessarily have time to sift through all the best tech deals. To help, we’re sharing all the best deals you need to add to your cart. But hurry! We have a feeling these deals will sell out sooner rather than later.
AirPods with Wireless Charging Case
Amazon’s AirPods are the most sought-after tech gadget around—and for good reason. Not only are they ridiculously stylish, but they also have excellent sound quality and Siri capabilities. Plus, according to an Amazon price tracking called CamelCamelCamel, they’re the cheapest they’ve ever been on the site. Mic drop.
Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earphones
Looking for a great pair of headphones to wear to your next workout? Feast your eyes on Beats’ Powerbeats Pro earphones. Between the sweat-proof exterior, wireless construction, and snug ear hooks, this pair is designed with your grueling workouts in mind.
Jabra Elite Active 65t True Wireless Earbuds
Jabra’s top-rated headphones rarely go on sale, but with this Prime Day deal, you can score these bad boys for a pretty good deal. With up to 15 hours of battery life, you can enjoy your favorite jams and podcasts with high0quality sound. Plus, they’re great for workouts with a snug fit.
Sony Noise-Cancelling WHCH710N Headphones
Buying a great pair of Sony headphones for under $100 seems like an urban legend, but thanks to Prime Day, it’s a dream come true.
Beats Solo Pro Wireless Noise-Cancelling On-Ear Headphones
Enjoy up to 40 hours of noise-cancelling bliss with this Beats deal that’s almost too good to be true.
Bose QuietComfort 35 II Wireless Bluetooth Headphones
Bose’s noise-cancelling headphones are integral to getting some peace and quiet when you work from home. With plush ear cushions and an adjustable headband, the QuietComfort35 II are cozy enough to wear during the nine to five grind.
Garmin Forerunner 735XT Smartwatch
Garmin’s Forerunner watch can track everything, from distance to stride length, making you want to go the extra mile on your next outdoor run.
Amazon Echo Show 8
If you want to make your home a little smarter, you can currently snag 50% off Amazon’s Echo Show 8 device. With an eight-inch HD screen, stereo speakers, and Amazon’s Alexa service, this gadget can do everything from creating your grocery list, to playing music, to video calling your parents.
Toshiba 50LF621U21 50-inch Smart 4K UHD with Dolby Vision
After binge-watching whatever’s on Netflix for the past seven months, there’s a good chance you’re in desperate need of a new television. (There’s only so many episodes of Tiger King one gadget can take.) This smart, 4K UHD option from Toshiba comes with Amazon’s Fire TV, making streaming your favorite shows even easier.
Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch
As far as we’re concerned, Fitbit’s Versa 2 watch is the gift that keeps on giving. Not only can it monitor your heart rate, calories burned, and sleep cycle, but it can also features Amazon’s Alexa voice system. It’s like having a virtual, personal assistant on your wrist.
Bose SoundLink Revolve Speaker
Audiophiles will find a lot to love about Bose’s SoundLink Revolve speaker. This compact, portable speaker will offer 360 degrees of surround sound, which will elevate your next jam session.
Apple MacBook Pro
If all those back-to-back Zoom calls have convinced you it’s time to buy a new laptop; look no further. In honor of Prime Day, Amazon’s taking a whopping $400 off Apple’s new MacBook Pro.
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