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The Best Black Friday deals still available: AirPods, Echo Show, 4K TV

If you happened to be living under a rock yesterday, don’t worry, there are still some really great Black Friday deals to shop today. Yesterday’s Black Friday event brought unprecedented sales on some of the market’s hottest items, like AirPods, Echo devices, and 4K TVs. The good news is, not all of the retailers sold out of their hot sale items, which means you can still get your hands on some goods on the cheap. Check out our list of Black Friday deals that are still available today below.

Kasa Smart HS103P4 Plug (4 Pack) — $27, was $30

Kasa Smart Plugs are voice-controlled plugs that are compatible with Alexa and Google Home Assistant. These plugs help take your smart home to the next level by providing the hands-free convenience of controlling any of your smart appliances with your voice. You can also manage all of your smart home devices from any location from your smartphone using the app. The scheduling feature allows you to use a countdown timer or set a schedule to turn on or off any compatible appliances such as lights, TVs, humidifiers, and more. The set up is simple and utilizes your in-home Wi-Fi connection.

Roku Streaming Stick+ — $29, was $50

Roku has been a leader in the streaming device game for quite some time now, and for good reason. This Roku Streaming Stick+ has built-in Wi-Fi and supports most major streaming services such as Netflix, HBO, Apple TV, Showtime, and many more. The Roku Streaming Stick+ range is probably the most impressive feature since its long-range wireless receiver provides extended range and a strong signal in rooms and areas (like the backyard) that are far away from your router. Whether you’re streaming in 4K, HD, or HDR, the picture quality is sharp and optimized for your TV. The device comes with a remote that controls volume and has a voice search feature.

Echo Show 5 — $45, was $90

The Echo Show 5 has a compact 5.5-inch smart display that is designed to make your life easier. With the ability to manage your day, entertain, and keep you connected to family and friends, all with your voice, this smart device is a hands-free assistant that can do it all. Update your calendar, check the traffic, and watch your favorite new channel all by asking Alexa. You can also control all of your smart home devices from the easy-to-use display of the Echo Show 5. Use the Echo Show 5 as a digital frame, video call receiver, and more.

Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker — $79, was $100

This Instant Pot is Amazon’s best-selling model, and it is built with the latest technology. The device monitors pressure and temperature, keeps time, and adjusts the heat and cook time to cook to perfection every time. Combining seven appliances in one, this Instant Pot acts as a warmer, sauté pan, pressure cooker, slow cooker, steamer, rice cooker, and yogurt maker and does all of these things 70% faster. The pot is easy to clean with dishwasher safe components and fingerprint-proof stainless steel exterior and lid. This 6-quart size is the most popular because it is large enough to cook for six people, which is perfect for families, but not so large that it doesn’t work for single people or smaller households.

Kindle Paperwhite — $85, was $130

The newest Kindle Paperwhite is the most lightweight model yet and features a 300 ppi glare-free display so you can read your favorites even in bright sunlight. Speaking of bright sunlight, the Kindle Paperwhite is now waterproof so that you can enjoy your reads at the beach or by the pool. This model has twice the storage with 8GB to store classic titles right on the device. Compatible with Audible and Bluetooth so you can pair speakers or headphones and enjoy listening to your story. A single battery charge lasts for weeks, meaning you can take the Paperwhite wherever you go.

Apple AirPods with Charging Case — $110, was $160

Go wireless and handsfree with AirPods. The original design from Apple automatically turns on connects via Bluetooth when you place them into your ears. The set-up is simple with Apple devices, and you can quickly access Siri with the simple standard greeting of “Hey Siri.” The commands are simple; a double-tap to play music or answer a call or skip forward a song and hang up a call. The audio quality is excellent for both music and phone calls. The charging case quickly charges your AirPods while you are on the go using the same lightning connector that you use to charge all of your other Apple devices.

iRobot Roomba 675 Robot Vacuum — $179, was $280

The iRobot Roomba 675 is Wi-Fi enabled and works with Alexa making the daunting task of vacuuming less of a chore. This model is great for all types of floors and works wonders for per hair. The scheduling feature allows you to program daily clean-ups of dirt, dust, and debris from the iRobot HOME app. Featuring a three-stage cleaning system and dual multi-surface brushes, the vacuum grabs dirt from carpets and hard floors, and the edge-sweeping brush takes care of edges and corners. The Roomba 675 is adaptive in that it learns your cleaning habits and offers personalized cleaning schedules, and it is self-charging, so you don’t have to worry that it won’t be charged when you need it.

HP 14-Inch Chromebook — $200, was $250

The HP Chromebook is the perfect device to stay entertained and productive. Use the Chrome experience to access your favorite Android Apps with tons of performance and a long-lasting battery. Featuring stereo speakers and 32BG of storage, the HP Chromebook is great for school, work, and home. 4GB memory enables you to run multiple programs simultaneously, and the Google Chrome operating system means effortless internet browsing. The 14-inch display is HD (1366 x 768), so you can enjoy all of your entertainment in high-quality. The lithium battery offers a run time of just over nine hours on a single charge making it great for use on the go.

Sony Noise Cancellation Wireless Headphones — $278, was $350

These over-ear headphones from Sony offer industry-leading noise cancellation with Dual Noise Sensor technology, so they are perfect for people on the go. The 30-hour battery life means these headphones won’t stop working while you are out and about, and if you do run out of battery, a quick ten-minute charge gives you five more hours of playback. Touch Sensor controls pause, play, skip tracks, control volume, activate voice assistant, and answer phone calls. Speak to chat technology automatically reduces music volume during conversations, and the call quality with precise voice pickup is outstanding. There is even a built-in wearing detector that pauses playback when you take the headphones off.

Apple Watch Series 6 (GPS, 40mm) — $379, was $399

The newest Apple Watch has a new feature allowing you to measure your blood oxygen levels directly through your watch. This is groundbreaking, considering the current situation in which we live. Other new features include a brighter screen when used outside and new, fun watch faces like an Animoji face. The Apple Watch Series 6 even includes a family set up so now your kids can have their own Apple Watch numbers and you can even track their location if you need to. The Series 6 features Apple’s latest A13 chip to make your smartwatch 20% faster than previous models.

LG 73 Series 55-Inch 4K Smart UHD TV — $427, was $500

The LG 73 Series 55-Inch 4K Smart UHD TV has stunning color, light, and detail. Enjoy all of your 4K content with three HDMI ports, one Ethernet port, two USB ports, one optical audio output, and one composite input. The quad-core processor paints images, color, and action in the best possible light. Featuring the WebOS platform which makes use fast and easy whether you are streaming movies or watching your favorite shows. Active HDR supports HDR10 and HLG and Apple Airplay and Apple Homekit are supported. This TV has all the technology you could ask for.

Apple iPad Air — $559, was $599

This 64GB iPad Air is silver, has Wi-Fi, and a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with an A14 Bionic chip with Neural Engine. The latest iPad Air features Touch ID for security, whether you are watching your favorite TV show or using Apple Pay. The 12MP back camera and 7MP FaceTime HD front camera enable you to take stunning photos and stay connected with family and friends. Get up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge using a USB-C connector. The device supports the Magic Keyboard, Smart Keyboard Folio, and Apple Pencil.

<strong>Dell </strong><strong>XPS 13 Laptop</strong> — $650, was $850

The Dell XPS 13 laptop has been remastered and now features 10th-Gen Intel Core processors and an HD webcam located at the top of the InfinityEdge display. Every part of the display has been improved from the screen’s size (from 11-inch to 13.3-inch) to the 4K Ultra HD resolution that packs 8 million pixels. The Dell XPS 13 is Dell’s smallest laptop, weighing in at just 2.7 pounds, making it perfect for work on the go. The battery life is incredibly long — over 19 hours when using applications and over 17 hours when streaming videos on the Full HD model and over 11 hours using applications and over 10 hours when streaming on the UHD model. This laptop is more durable than many of its competitors since it is cut from a single aluminum block.

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