Amazon’s latest Fire TV Cube is $15 off just in time for the Super Bowl

Ready for offers to help you get through? The latest version of Amazon’s Fire TV Cube retails for $124.99 at Amazon, Best Buy, and Target. That saves you $15 on Amazon’s highest-end streaming device, which offers speedy performance, hands-free voice control using Amazon Alexa, and Wi-Fi 6E for less. network congestion if you have a lot of devices in your house (and a 6E-compatible router).

The Fire TV Cube is a lot like buying an Echo smart speaker and a Fire TV streamer in one package, a decent value considering what you might spend on those separately. Just be aware that this is an Amazon device, which means lots of on-screen ads for Amazon content – ​​and even non-Amazon ads on the screensaver. Weft. Read our review.

THE Ecovac Deebot X1 Omni retails for $1,099.99 ($450 off) on Amazon and direct from Ecovacs. It’s a strong robot vacuum and docking station that does just about everything: it vacuums, it mops, it cleans itself and it fills its own tank. The included auto-cleaning station might make it feel like you’re setting up a garage just for your vacuum, but that’s what makes this robot more convenient when it comes to day-to-day use. The bot also provides AI obstacle avoidance and even serves as a mobile home security camera with two-way audio. The biggest compromises are its physical footprint and cost, though this deal makes it at least a little more palatable to your wallet. Read our review.

Underneath the Deebot X1 Omni are two rotating brushes and two removable mop pads. I can’t help but see a face with an anxious expression asking “Please can you turn me over?” It’s humiliating.
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Amazon is offering three months of its Audible Premium Plus free service for new subscribers. It’s normally $14.95 per month, so that gets you a subscription worth $44.85 for free. Just keep in mind that at the end of the 90 days, it will automatically renew the following month for the usual price of $14.95 – so set your reminder to cancel if you don’t plan on continuing.

Audible Premium Plus gives you access to tons of audiobooks and podcasts, and each month you can choose a premium title to get for free, regardless of the normal price. If you haven’t yet gotten to grips with a good book this winter, it doesn’t hurt to catch up by listening to a few.

THE Beats Studio Buds are on sale for $99.95 ($50 off) at Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart. These Bluetooth wireless headphones offer an affordable price for a comfortable and compact design that fits easily in the pocket, as well as good sound quality. While they’re not as robust in their noise cancellation as the AirPods Pro or Beats Fit Pro, they cost less and come in a bunch of fun colors (hey, that counts too!). We’ve seen them a bit cheaper in the past, but that’s usually only for one specific color, whereas today’s deal is for all six shades. The Studio Buds work with both Android phones and iPhones, and their wired charging case uses USB-C — no DIY mods required. Read our review.

The Studio Buds have a nice pocket-sized case, and some of their bright colors may reduce your chances of misplacing them.

The Studio Buds have a nice pocket-sized case, and some of their bright colors may reduce your chances of misplacing them.
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While the new Apple Watch Series 8 just got some great discounts this week, it’s hard to beat the value you’re getting here on the larger size of the 2021 model with cellular (even if you don’t plan on connecting it to a LTE plan). The Series 7 may lack the collision detection and cycle tracking of the Series 8, but it matches that model in most other features when it comes to fitness tracking, sleep tracking, monitoring heart rate and notification. If you’re on a budget, this larger Series 7 can provide a bit of Apple Watch Ultra vibe for us non-ultranormies — and for a whole lot less. Read our review.


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