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Black Friday may be a couple of weeks away, but Target and Amazon are giving shoppers a head start on the biggest shopping event of the year. Both retailers recently unveiled their early Black Friday deals, which shoppers don’t have to wait to purchase.
If you’ve been waiting all year to snag some best-selling tech for cheaper, now’s the time to shop because six all-time customer-favorite products are on super sale during these early Black Friday deals.
On this episode of In The Know Live: Gadgets, get a rundown of these six tech deals we’ve found from the Target and Amazon savings events. From a $30 best-selling Roku streaming device (with a voice remote) to a popular Roomba robot vacuum that’s $100 off, we’ve covered the items that are likely at the top of your Black Friday shopping wish list.
Watch the full video above for a thorough rundown of the deals, or keep scrolling to shop and read the details about each pick below! Keep in mind that these deals expire soon, so shop now while supplies last.
1. Roku Streaming Stick 4K 2021 Streaming Device, $29.99 (Orig. $49.99)
The Roku Streaming Stick is arguably the most popular streaming device you’ll find at any retailer. It’s extremely easy to use and set up, and it comes with a voice remote equipped with labeled TV controls for your favorite apps and streaming services. The compact device also displays your favorite shows and movies in premium 4K, HDR or Dolby Vision quality.
Right now, the best-selling device is 40% off at Target.
2. Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Streaming Device, $24.99 (Orig. $49.99)
If you’d prefer to stay within the Amazon ecosystem, the cult-favorite Fire TV Stick 4K Streaming Device is 50% off for a limited time.
With over 700,000 reviews, this one is a reliable choice that boasts similar features to the Roku Streaming Stick. While the remote does not have dedicated buttons for specific apps, it does have voice recognition functionality and basic controls.
3. Apple AirPods Pro, $189.99 (Orig. $249)
Apple products rarely ever go on sale, but right now, the AirPods Pro are $59.01 off on Amazon. These remain Apple’s most advanced earbuds to date, thanks to their noise-canceling technology and wireless charging case.
4. Beats Solo 3 Wireless Headphones, $99.99 (Orig. $199.99)
These come in two colors (black and rose gold), and in addition to their completely wireless build, they boast award-winning sound quality that rivals the likes of Bose and Sony. Also, you get up to 40 hours of battery life for multi-day use on one single charge.
5. VIZIO V-Series 2.0 Compact Soundbar, $49.99 (Orig. $99.99)
A quality soundbar is a must-have for any household, but those actually worth the investment usually cost $100 or more. Right now, the newly released, super sleek and powerful VIZIO V-Series Compact Soundbar is on sale for just $50 — that’s 50% off its original retail price.
Unlike most powerful soundbars that deliver floor-to-ceiling sound and bass, this one is much smaller and tighter than its competitors, making it the perfect choice for those who want to conserve space without sacrificing power and sound quality.
6. iRobot Roomba 692 Robot Vacuum With Wi-Fi Connectivity, $199.99 (Orig. $299.99)
Lastly, the customer-favorite and Amazon’s Choice iRobot Roomba 692 Robot Vacuum is $100 off on Amazon for a limited time.
The Wi-Fi-connected smart vacuum cleans your home better and better after each use as it learns your home or apartment’s floor plan over time. It also works seamlessly with Amazon Alexa and is perfect for pet hair, carpets and hardwood floors.
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