Digital Trends Live: The Best of Black Friday 2019

On this special Black Friday edition of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Ryan Waniata dive into the biggest and best tech deals for the holidays, including picks for TVs, smart home devices, computers, and more.

First up is our look at the best choices for TVs, including a 55-inch Roku, a Visio 65-inch 4K, and TVs from Samsung, Bravia, and more.

We then move to some fantastic DT staff picks, where we discuss everything from the Dyson Pure Cool Tower, to the Verilux HappyLight, to the best travel coffee mugs, and much more.

What’s in your smart home? We pick the best products to give you the home of the future, including a full line of Ring products, as well as Instant Pots, Roombas, and cameras.

Then we take a look at the coolest offerings in tech, including the OneWheel Pint, the DJI Mavic Pro 2 drone, the DJI Osmo Action camera, cooking gizmos, and more.

How are local and small businesses stacking up this holiday season? DT Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Kaplan explores the way small businesses are using tech like augmented reality to survive, thrive, and improve the customer experience.

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We then head to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade to check out how the latest 5G tech from Verizon is revolutionizing the way people experience the classic holiday tradition.

Luke Larsen, DT’s computers editor, then joins Nibler to dive into the computing world, and to discover which deals are worth your money this season. They take a look at the Surface Pro 7, the Logitech G403 Gaming Mouse, the Dell XPS 13, the MacBook Pro 13-inch, and the Alienware Aurora R9.

Matt Katz, DT news editor, joins the show to talk about the best flash deals of Black Friday, including the Arlo Baby Monitor, the Shark ION P50 cordless vacuum, the Google Nest Thermostat, the PS4 Slim, and the Dyson V8 Absolute Cordless vacuum.

After all that shopping, it’s time to go the movies with our Reel News segment, where we discuss the big movies headed to theaters, including Daniel Isn’t Real, In Fabric, and The Aeronauts.

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