If you’re looking for the best gadgets at the lowest prices, you’re not alone. People love shopping for deals online! Today, we’re bringing you the best discounts on electronics from Apple AirPods to Samsung TV panels. Let’s dive into these savings!
Amazon has deals today on three models of Apple AirPods. The retailer has discounted the second-generation AirPods to $100, the lowest price we’ve seen yet on these stylish wireless earbuds. They might be older, but the second-generation AirPods are still excellent audio devices that sport clear playback and an iconic profile.
The third-generation AirPods are $169 on Amazon, and they offer even more bang for your buck. They sport spatial audio, allowing your headphones to mimic the behavior of a surround-sound system. The third-generation AirPods offer a slimmer profile and wireless-charging carrying cases.
Finally, Amazon has the AirPods Pro on sale for $180. These AirPods have everything the third-generation version sports, in addition to active noise canceling. They’re perfect for your morning commute!
The Frame is a unique TV panel. It’s a sizable QLED display designed to look like a painting frame. You can program The Frame to display classic art while you’re not using it, allowing it to blend into your home decor without drawing attention to itself.
The “classic art” conceit is great fun, but The Frame’s real selling point is its incredible color accuracy. Samsung’s Frame panel boasts 60Hz of refresh rate, a 4K resolution, and Quantum Dot technology for near-perfect color reproduction.
Amazon has the Frame discounted to $1,498 for the 65-inch model. The 75-inch version is down to $2,198, while the 85-inch panel is $3,798. Bring classic art and cutting-edge display technology into your home today!
Fans of Nintendo games are in luck today because the Switch-exclusive HD remaster of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is marked down to just $40 at Walmart. This sweeping adventure title is the earliest entry in the Zelda series’ epic timeline, allowing players a rare glimpse into the ancient history of Hyrule.
The game utilizes a divisive motion-based control scheme for its intense swordfights. Some players love the one-to-one gesture-based fights, while others argue that it’s too gimmicky to sustain a full game.
Today, you can try the game for yourself for just $40 to see whether it lives up to your expectations. This deal is available online or through Walmart’s retail locations, so you can pick it up however you prefer to shop.