Apple Watch Series 5 with Nike branding go on sale
Best Buy is currently offering Apple Watch Series 5 Nike models from $299. You can see the entire sale on this landing page. Today’s deals include both GPS and cellular configurations on sale, in multiple sizes and colors. Originally $429 or more, Best Buy’s current sale price equates to a $20 price drop from our previous mention (or more). We’ve seen the highlighted GPS 44mm model above around $350 most recently.
Apple Watch Series 5 delivers a bright Retina display that will relay all of your pertinent fitness tracking data along with smartphone notifications. The Nike+ model arrives with an extra sporty band and added Watch faces to take your fitness experience to a new level. Cellular connectivity is another feature worth mentioning here, as it enables users to leave their iPhone at home while going on long runs.
Save up to 25% on Sony’s AirPlay 2-enabled 4K HDR TVs
Amazon is currently discounting Sony’s lineup of X800H AirPlay 2 4K UHDTVs with prices starting at $448 for the 43-inch model. Here you’d normally pay $599, with today’s offer saving you 25% and bringing the price down to match our previous mention for the all-time low.
Centered around a 43-inch 4K HDR panel, Sony delivers Dolby Vision and Atmos support on its X800H series TV alongside a dedicated game mode for a “more responsive experience” with PS5. You’ll be able to enjoy access to various streaming services, and there’s also AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support, Alexa integration, and Android TV features. Plus, four HDMI ports are included for hooking everything into the rest of your setup.
Anker’s affordable cameras feature HomeKit support
Anker’s eufy sub-brand has a new sale going over at Amazon this morning featuring deals on its popular cameras. Our top pick is the Pan & Tilt 1080p Security Camera for $34. That’s down from the usual $40 going rate and the second-best price we’ve tracked all-time. This is the 1080p model, but you can also find the HomeKit-variant at 2K discounted to $40 from the usual $52 going rate.
As its name suggests, when movement is detected, it will follow the person, animal, etc. over its 360-degree field of view. Users will receive alerts and footage is kept on local storage. It’s an affordable way to bring HomeKit video to your space. Best of all? No hub required.
Apple’s latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro sees $100 discount
Amazon is offering Apple’s latest 12.9-inch iPad Pro Wi-Fi 256GB for $999. Today’s deal saves you $100 from its list price, matches the Amazon low, and is $50 above our last mention, which was in December of last year during a 1-day-only sale at B&H.
Apple’s latest 2020 iPad Pro delivers several new features, like a dual 12 and 10MP camera system that also sports a LiDAR scanner on the rear, Face ID on the front, and USB-C connectivity for expandable I/O. You’ll also find 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 support here and up to 10-hours of battery life to last you all day before it’s time to plug-in again.
elago’s case brings Macintosh vibes to your AirPods
elago’s official Amazon storefront is currently offering its AW3 AirPods Case for $9.50. Free shipping is available for Prime members or in orders over $25. Down from $12, you’re saving 20% here with today’s offer matching our previous mention for the all-time low and marking the lowest we’ve seen in four months. Protect your AirPods while also bringing some classic Apple vibes into the mix with elago’s AW3 case. Featuring a soft silicone design that’s modeled after the original Mac, this is a notable way to prevent your AirPods’ charging case from being scratched when put in your bag. You’ll also benefit from support for wireless charging and a cable cutout on the bottom.
Best trade-in deals
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