The weekend can’t get here fast enough, and we wanted to sneak in one last roundup of price drops and doorbuster deals. These five particular products aren’t related in any way except for the huge discounts. So don’t think too hard about them, a deal is a deal. And these are very good deals indeed.
We gave the Bose QuietComfort headphones an Excellent rating in our review, praising their “excellent active noise cancellation and a refined audio signature.” They’re also some of the most cozy earphones to wear for a long period of time, with memory foam cushioning covered with vegan leather lining that nestles your ears. Battery life is up to 24 hours and the on-ear touch controls are responsive and intuitive.
Yes, we know you can get a cheap TV pretty much anywhere. But if you’re a real cinephile, or a dedicated gamer, or just someone who wants the best picture modern technology can offer, it’s worth paying a little more to get the best of the best. And with $1800 slashed off the price, the Samsung S89C is an OLED TV that dazzles all the way across its 77-inch screen. 4K resolution, anti-glare coating, Filmmaker Mode to remove all image processing—this one’s got it all.
Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K
Just plug it in and stream all of your services to any display with an HDMI port
$34.99 at Amazon
$49.99 Save $15.00
If you’ve got more than one TV you stream media on, you know what a pain it is to keep all of your passwords and logins straight. That’s why we vouch for the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K, which we called “a nearly flawless media streamer” in our review. Supporting 4K video quality with HDR10 and Dolby Vision, it’ll deliver high-definition entertainment quickly and easily. The included Alexa voice remote gives you hands-free access to everything, and $15 off puts it into the bargain category.
We reviewed the HP Omen as a “fine gaming laptop without any major flaws,” but HP has made some improvements in the components and now we’re much more into it, especially at $750 off. The AMD Ryzen 9-7940HS processor keeps things humming, with a NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 serving up stellar graphics to the 1080p screen. 16GB of RAM is up to the task for most modern games, and the 512GB SSD is pretty spacious for a laptop. You also get a free month of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate just to sweeten the deal.
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The Sonos One SL smart speaker was discontinued last year, which is a shame because it’s a really solid performer with some nice features. Delivering rich sound courtesy of the Trueplay tuning system, which adjusts frequencies based on room size and materials, it’s easy to tune with the free Sonos Controller app. All of the major streaming services work well with it, and native multi-room functionality lets you fill your whole house with song.
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