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The Best Tech Deals That Are Actually Worth Shopping

The deals range from noise-canceling headphones to smartphone accessories, wireless speakers to video game subscriptions.

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You’ve been working from home for the past few weeks. And you’ve likely realized that there is a new set of distractions that you’re having to overcome: an attention-obsessed dog, noisy neighbors (or family members) or a not-so-great internet connection? In light of that, we’ve rounded up the best deals on electronics to help you work more productively and be more efficient at home. The deals range from noise-canceling headphones to smartphone accessories, wireless speakers to video game subscriptions. Hopefully, one or more of these deals can help maximize your productivity and minimize distractions while you continue to work from home.

PlayStation Plus (1-Year Subscription)

Save $22: PlayStation Plus is Sony’s online service that lets PS4 owners play multiplayer games online. It’s the PS4 equivalent to Xbox Live. PlayStation Plus nomally costs $10/month or $60/year, but you can get a better deal by shopping on eBay right now.

Save Now: $60 $38

Google Pixel 4

Save $300: Google’s flagship smartphone is the most affordable it’s ever been right now. You can purchase either the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL at B&H, in black or white models, for $300 off.

Save Now: $799 $499

Microsoft Surface Studio 2

Save 19%: The Surface Studio 2 is Microsoft’s rival to the iMac Pro. It’s a touchscreen all-in-one computer that’s able to tilt so that it can almost rest flat on the desk, which makes drawing on it feel pretty natural. Right now, it’s almost $800 off on Amazon, which is the cheapest it has ever been.

Save Now: $4,199 $3,400

DJI Mavic 2 Zoom and Mavic 2 Pro

Save $100: If you shop on Moment’s website, you can purchase either of DJI’s Mavic 2 drones for $100 off. The Zoom is the first foldable consumer drone with optical zoom (24-48mm and 2X digital to 96mm), while the Pro has a Hasselblad camera and a huge 1-inch, 20-megapixel CMOS sensor, so it’s able to take higher-quality photos.

Save Now: $1,349 $1,249 (Zoom)Save Now: $1,599 $1,499 (Pro)


Save $20: This app turns your iPhone into a webcam for Skype, Zoom and other video conferencing apps. It normally costs $20, but you can download it and use it for free right now.

Save Now: $20 Free

DJI Osmo Mobile 3

Save $20: If use your smartphone to take high-quality photos and stabilized videos, this is the gimbal you want. It’s portable and easy to use, and right now you can save $20 on it.

Save Now: $119 $99

JLab Epic Air

Save 20%: JLab is having a 20-percent off sale on many of its wireless earbuds from now until the end of April. Just use the code WFH20 at checkout. You can save almost $130 on these wireless sport earbuds.

Save Now: $149 $120

Bose QuietComfort 35 II (Refurbished)

Save $159: 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.

Save Now: $349 $190

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.

Save Now: $349 $179

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).

Buy Now: $250 $200

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.

Buy Now: $400 $350 (Amazon)Buy Now: $400 $350 (Sonos)

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.

Buy Now: $199 $149 (Amazon)Buy Now: $199 $149 (Sonos)

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.

Buy Now: $179 $129 (Amazon)Buy Now: $179 $129 (Sonos)

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.

Buy Now: $399 (Amazon)Buy Now: $400 $280 (eBay)

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.

BUY NOW: $55 $25

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.

BUY NOW: $300 $250

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.

SAVE NOW: Up to 40%

Xbox Live Gold 12-Month Membership

Save $10: If you want to play some Xbox games online while you are sitting around at home, you can score a 12-month subscription for $50 right now, $10 off the normal $60 annual fee when purchased in year-long increments.

Save Now: $60 $50

Wyze Smart Plugs

Save $4: Wyze’s smart plugs are already one of the cheapest ways to control your less-smart devices from your phone. And now that a pair of two is on sale for just under $16, they are an even better deal.

Save Now: $20 $16

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