Presidents Day is here and with it comes so many Presidents Day sales that you’re almost certain to get intimidated by the vast range of options. That’s why we’ve picked out some of the best tech deals at Amazon right now so you can go straight to the best offers without getting lost amongst everything else. Included are plenty of Apple products, Kindles, headphones, pressure cookers, and much more.
Amazon Echo Show 5 — $60, was $30
With a $30 price reduction, the Amazon Echo Show 5 smart display just got that much more appealing. It’s the ideal way to enjoy all the benefits of Alexa while also being able to video call loved ones or watch movie trailers, TV shows, and more, all from the simple device. You can control your smart home through it, too, making it an ideal device to place in your kitchen or simply by your side in the living room. We were quite impressed by it in our Amazon Echo Show 5 review.
Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker — $79, was $100
Want to know everything about Instant Pots? Our look at the best Instant Pots will help you here. This Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 offers a ton of features. It allows you to use it as a pressure cooker, sterilizer, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, and as a way of sautéing produce. It’s impressive stuff and a series of one-touch programs mean that all you really need to do is put the food in and press the start button. It’s a true timesaver in the kitchen and produces delicious results.
Amazon Kindle — $85, was $110
Nearly 25% off, the Amazon Kindle is always a great gift idea as well as something that you can enjoy yourself. We’ve broken down the differences between the Amazon Kindle vs. Kindle Paperwhite with either being good depending on your budget. The Kindle now offers a built-in front light and a glare-free display that reads just like real paper. It’s ideal for reading on the move without having to carry books around.
Apple AirPods with Charging Case (Wired) — $120, was $159
If a charging case that requires wires is no big deal to you then these Apple AirPods are an amazing bargain. We were quite impressed in our Apple AirPods review and that goes even more so when you can enjoy $40 off the usual price. They take seconds to set up and you can easily access Siri by doing no more than saying, ‘Hey Siri.’ Audio quality is pretty impressive for the price, too.
Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones — $135, was $200
Beats has remained a reliable name in the headphones market following its takeover by Apple. That is certainly the case with the Beats Solo3 wireless on-ear headphones. These headphones offer up to 40 hours of listening time plus great Bluetooth connectivity thanks to their use of the Apple W1 chip. Run out of charge? Don’t worry. Five minutes of charging will give you three hours of playback so these are ideal if you’re sometimes a little disorganized. They sound good, too.
Ring Spotlight Cam Battery-Powered — $160, was $200
A 20% discount makes this Ring Spotlight cam even more appealing than usual. Considered to be one of the best wireless security cameras, the Ring Spotlight Cam is super easy to install thanks to its battery power, and it offers plenty of useful features. That includes the ability to connect it to Alexa so you can talk to visitors, along with the ability to monitor your home in 1080p HD even in the dark. it also includes LED light strips and a siren to ward off potential threats.
Ninja Foodi — $220, was $270
Considered one of the best kitchen gadgets out there, even when pitting the almighty Instant Pot Duo Crisp vs. Ninja Foodi, the Ninja Foodi will change your life. It offers nine features including the ability to pressure cook, broil, dehydrate, slow cook, air fry, and much more. It also has a fantastic capacity of 8 quarts so there’s plenty of space to cook for the whole family. All you need to do is decide what to cook and hit one of the programmable buttons. The Ninja Foodi does all the hard work for you. You can even cook a whole chicken in it.
iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum — $250, was $280
With a modest but important saving, this Roomba 675 is down to $250. It’s good for general vacuuming including carpets, hard floors, and even pet hair. Its 3-stage cleaning system means it can grab dirt from multiple surfaces with an edge-sweeping brush, ensuring corners and edges are taken care of, too. You can control it via the app, schedule it to work, or simply use your voice via Google Assistant and Alexa support. It takes all the effort out of cleaning, right down to a dirt detector that focuses its efforts on the most stubborn areas.
Apple iPad 10.2-inch 32GB — $299, was $329
The best iPad for most users on a budget, the Apple iPad 10.2-inch is an even better value now with a $30 price cut. For your money, you get a gorgeous 10.2-inch Retina display, an A12 Bionic chip processor, an 8MP back camera, and a 1.2MP FaceTime HD front camera. Storage is a little low at 32GB but if you plan on streaming a lot of content and storing files on the cloud, this is an ideal entry point to the Apple ecosystem.
Apple Watch Series 6 — $339, was $399
With a chunky $60 off, the Apple Watch Series 6 just got even more appealing. It’s the GPS model, which is good for the majority of users, allowing them to track their movements on walks or runs, along with being able to monitor their heart rate. Users can now measure their blood oxygen levels with a new sensor and app, while the Always-On Retina display is over two times brighter outdoors than previous models. It’s the best Apple Watch yet.
New Apple MacBook Pro — $1,200, was $1,300
Much has changed with the Apple MacBook Pro, mostly thanks to Apple now using its own processor — the Apple M1 chip. We were super impressed by its performance in our Apple MacBook Pro review and you can now buy the latest model for $100 off the usual price. Besides the latest processor, you get a 13-inch Retina display, 8GB of memory, and 256GB of SSD storage. It looks gorgeous, too. The MacBook Pro can deliver up to 2.8 times faster performance than previous MacBook Pros plus up to 5 times superior graphics performance.
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