Welcome to our hub for all of the best Cyber Monday deals in the world of tech! Speakers, TVs, headphones, laptops, tablets, battery packs <deep breath> cameras, storage devices, sound bars, wearables...you’ll find it all here. Stay tuned, we’ll be updating this post as deals go live, and throughout the holiday weekend.
Looking for the rest of our Black Friday coverage? You can visit our Cyber Monday hub, or jump straight to one of the posts below:
You won’t have to go very far to hear about deals on Echo or Google Home smart home products. But there are tons of other products you might have missed. Like this TP-Link smart plug for $12, or Kasa Smart Bulb for $12, or TP-Link’s mesh Wi-Fi system (with a free Echo Dot) for $150. There are plenty more deals at the sale page here, so check them all out while you’re smart home shopping.
All those new laptops, tablets, and ereaders you’re buying this week are going to need a robust Wi-Fi network to connect to. Fortunately, ASUS has your back. Whether you need a basic $21 router, a more robust dual band gigabit router for $100, or an internal desktop Wi-Fi card for $23, all the gear you need to set up a new network is on sale right now.
PC games demand a lot more from your monitor than the typical spreadsheet app. Which means even lower-end monitors can still be pretty great. This 23.6" monitor from Dell is only $80 from eBay today, and comes with a 1920 x 1080 LED panel and 2ms response time. The one major downside is that it’s limited to 60Hz, which is adequate but not quite the buttery smooth upgrade you can get from a 144Hz monitor. Still, for its price it’s a solid display.
Both speakers AirPlay 2-ready, contribute multi-room audio solution for your entire house, and sound terrific. The big difference is the Sonos One can summon Alexa or Google Assistant, while the SL cannot.
But if you’re looking for a bigger, badder speaker, the Sonos’ Play:5 down to a low $400. That’s a $100 discount.
These Cyber Monday prices are the lowest we’ve ever seen. And if you’re looking for deals on the Sonos Beam and Sonos Sub, the Black Friday discounts are still live.
If you have enough media to start measuring it in terabytes, the value of external hard drives like these from Western Digital becomes invaluable. Fortunately, they’re priced a little better than that. For as little as $90 you can get this 4TB external drive, or 6TB for just ten bucks more. If you’re more of the NAS type, this 32TB NAS with four drive bays is 31% off at $1,100.
Edifier quietly makes some of the best audio equipment on the market. And right now, Amazon is lowering the price on some of their latest products, including the Edifier W860NB Active Noise Cancelling Over-Ear Headphones.
If you have any doubts on Edifier’s aural pedigree, do a quick Google search for the Edifier S1000DB Bookshelf Speakers and you’ll see why audiophiles will choose this over comparably priced Sonos speakers.
Better still, these are the best prices we’ve seen on these products. Just make sure to visit the deal page to see all of your options.
Chromebooks have become powerful laptops in their own right, but part of their appeal is how cheap some can get. For example, this ASUS Chromebook is a mere $120 right now. Or you can get this slick aluminum, reversible laptop for $469, which is somehow the most expensive option in Amazon’s Chromebook on sale.
Everyone waits until Black Friday or Cyber Monday to get a new TV. I’m happy to report that you’re waiting was not in vain. A number of Philips 4K TVs with Google Assistant are marked down today at Walmart. A Philips 43" TV is $248, a 55" TV is $318, and the 65" TV is $488.
These TVs all have 4K UHD and HDR 10, to give the best picture quality with the most detail and captivating colors. The TVs have AndroidTV, which includes endless entertainment options. Google Assistant is built right in, to help search for movies, content, TV, and more. You can use Google Assistant to play your favorite content, control the TV, plan your day, and more.
Anker is running a big sale on portable batteries, charging cables, wireless charging stations, and a couple other odds and ends. We’ve rounded up the best of these deals here.
- Anker 30W PIQ 3.0 & GaN Tech Power Delivery | $24
- Anker PowerCore 13000 Portable Charger | $25-27
- Anker PowerCore 15000 Redux | $27
- Anker PowerCore 26800 Portable Charger | $43-60
- Anker PowerCore 5000 Portable Charger | $15-17
- Anker PowerCore II 20000 | $44-50
- Anker PowerCore II Slim 10000 Ultra Slim Power Bank | $28
Charging Blocks and Cables
- Anker PowerPort 4 40W Multi-Port USB Charger | $20-22
- Anker Powerline II Lightning Cable (6ft) | $11
- Anker Powerline+ II Lightning Cable (10ft) | $17
- Anker Powerline+ II Lightning Cable (6ft) | $14
- Anker USB C to Lightning Cable (6ft) | $15
- Anker USB C to Lightning Cable (3ft) | $19
- Anker [2-Pack] Premium Nylon USB-C to USB-A Cable (3-6ft)| $9
- Anker [2-Pack] 3ft Lightning to USB Cable | $14
- Anker Wireless Charger, PowerPort Wireless 5 Pad | $10
- Anker Wireless Charger, PowerPort Wireless 5 Stand | $13
- Anker Wireless Charger, Powerwave Pad Upgraded 10W Max | $9
Also, a Pair of Headphones
- Anker Soundbuds Slim+ | $24
With your iMac, Macbook Pro, and iPad cluttering up your desk, it can get to be a little much. Twelve South’s desk stands help keep all your stuff organized. This vertical stand for $47 lets you put up your Macbook when you’re not using it. This laptop wedge for $30 angles your laptop for easier access, and the iMac backpack shelf for $32 allows you to hide away accessories like external hard drives without cluttering up your desk. Check out the full sale page for all your organizational options.
Marshall makes some of the best, most attractive, pieces of audio gear on the market. And right now, Amazon is lowering the price on the Marshall Stockwell II Portable Speaker down to a low $130. This is the lowest price we’ve seen on this particular speaker by about $20.
This handsome, Bluetooth 5 speaker offers about 20 hours of playtime and conveniently charges via USB-C. The analog knobs on the top are a cool touch. Oh, and best of all, it sounds great.
offering inexpensive upgrades to your PC and console gaming. For $40, you can pick up this basic headset, or upgrade to a Bluetooth version for $80. Similarly, you can grab this $60 wired mouse, or get the rechargeable wireless version for $90.
Here’s a no-brainer deal for you: an Anker 4-port USB 3.0 hub will cost you just $6 today on Amazon. This particular model will add three more USB ports to your desktop or laptop, which means you can connect more devices like mice, keyboards, printers and flash drives. Be warned, charging isn’t supported with this hub.
Just make sure to clip the 30% off coupon on the page to get the best price.
If you’re looking to jump into Alexa-powered household in a big way, or need a few more to litter your home with, boy, do we have a deal for you. Add three Echo Dots to your cart and you’ll get all of them for a low $57. That’s $9 in savings, and about $19 per dot.
It’s an awesome stocking stuffer, just make sure the recipient is cool with it.
Looking for a speaker to take your parties to the next level? The Bose Home Speaker with Amazon Alexa is currently marked down by $60 on Amazon. You can get a 360-degree sound that will fill a room with bass. The speaker works with built-in voice assistants, like Alexa and Google Assistant. The speaker is WiFi and Bluetooth-enabled and will allow you to stream music from your phone or tablet.
Does someone on your shopping list have a tablet on their Christmas wishlist? It is time to shop this sale! All of the Amazon Fire HD tablets are currently discounted. You can get a 16 GB Fire HD 8 for $50 or a 32 GB model for $80, and a Fire HD 10 for $100. Looking to get a tablet for the kids? The Fire HD 8 Kids with a kid-proof case, in pink, blue, or yellow, is $80. If you’re getting two kids tablets, don’t add two to your cart, get a bundle instead for $140.
You can use the Fire HD to access Netflix, Disney+ Hulu, Amazon Music, Spotify, Audible, Prime Video, and all of your favorite social media platforms. If you want this Fire HD for Audible, you can get 3 months for $21 (if you’re not a previous user).
Everyone might have run out yesterday to get a new 50" TV for $200 off, but not you. If your TV works just fine, what point is there getting a fancy smart TV? You can make your dumb TV smarter when you get a Fire TV Stick for $20. The remote has recently been updated and now has dedicated power, mute, and volume buttons. And of course, you can stream TV and movies from all your favorites, like Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV, HBO, and more.
Complete your home theater experience by adding this VIZIO 5.1 Soundbar to your cart, today. For $150, this unit will provide a bonafide surround sound experience thanks to its rear satellite speakers and wireless subwoofer. Better still, it can act like a Chromecast and you can stream music directly to it.
The satellite speakers themselves aren’t wireless, but they do plug into that wireless subwoofer, meaning you can usually run the wires behind a sofa, and don’t have to run them to the front of the room where the TV is located. Our former leader Shep McAllister has had one of these systems for years, and loves it.
Listen, the audio coming directly from your awesome thin TV is probably pretty bad. And if you really want to watch those marvelous MCU movies, you should definitely buy a sound system.
SSD storage gets cheaper and cheaper. This 500GB internal SSD for $45 can slide into your laptop’s PCIe slot for an upgrade that can give your computer a lot more breathing room. It’s much cheaper than buying a whole new one, if you’re able to swap out the parts.
A printer might be the least sexy thing you can buy on Black Friday, but it’s also not something you’ll want to spend a ton of money on, either. So it’s good that Brother is currently running sales on labelmakers as cheap as $30, printers down to $99, and all-in-ones for $349. The various printers are up to 50% off, so take a look through the full sale page for more deals.
Tribit audio gear is currently on sale for up to 45% off their normally already-decent prices. $33 gets you a pill-style portable Bluetooth speaker, $26 for some over-ear headphones, and $36 for some fully wireless rechargeable earbuds.
Right now you can grab Acer Predator Helios 300 gaming laptop for hundreds of dollars less.
$929 may seem pricey, but this current price is stupid cheap when you consider how much the components it comes with cost. This unit offers a 144Hz 15.6" 144Hz 3ms IPS HD display, an Intel i7 processor, GTX 1660 Ti 6GB, 16GB DDR4 and 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD.
Dave2D actually made a terrific video just to run down why it’s such a good deal.
For what it’s worth, this is $270 less than average. Just remember, this sale ends today. So picks yours up ASAP before it inevitably sells out.
At the very best, most phones don’t last more than a day. If you find yourself in a bind, a portable charger like these from Anker can help keep you online. On the cheap end, Anker has a 10,000 mAh battery for just $26. If you find yourself lost in a post-apocalypse, on the other hand, you might be more interested in this $195 mega rechargeable portable generator.
Tile trackers help you find your stuff if you lose it by, among other things, asking Alexa to find them. You can find two birds with one voice command by grabbing a pack of Tiles with a free Echo Dot attached. The deal comes in a few configurations, including two Mates and two Slims for $75, one Mate, one Slim, and two Stickers for $70, four Tile Pros for $100.
If you want the durability and lifetime warranty of Anker’s PowerLine II charging cables, but you own a lot of different devices, this $11 microUSB cable includes Lightning and USB-C adapters attached to the end.
It’s a little awkward looking, but it’s nice to know you’ll always have the right cable handy. Use promo code AKBF3IN1 to save $7 on this super versatile Anker Powerline II 3-in-1 Cable.
During Black Friday, Amazon’s marking down a truck-full of popular Logitech peripherals for work and play. Inside, you’ll find a lot of speakers, mice and keyboards. I’ve included some of the best options below, including the awesome Logitech MX Master 2S for just $50, but you’ll need to visit the deal page to see all of your options.
LG is already dropping prices on its 4K TVs, but a few bundles on Amazon are going an extra step further and throwing in an Xbox One. For free. Seriously.
To get the free Xbox, you’ll need to go for one of the more expensive TVs. The $2,997 65" Glass Smart TV come with an Xbox One S.
This isn’t the first time that Google’s crazy cheap Pixel 3a and 3a XL have been down to their lowest price, but it’s still a crazy deal. The Pixel 3a is down to $299, while it’s big brother is a mere $379. Both phones sell unlocked so you can use them on any carrier you want.
Apple’s going all out with its sale of gadgets this year. There’s a lot to get through, but if you’ve been holding out on upgrading to a new iPhone or springing for a new Macbook, now’s the time.
To start with, Verizon is offering $700 off a second iPhone if you buy a new iPhone 11, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max. The starting price for an iPhone 11 is $700 so this is a quick way to score two phones for the price of one. Meanwhile, Best Buy is selling an iPhone SE for a staggeringly low $60.
If you’re looking for a Macbook, there are some lower-than-usual prices including:
- Apple Macbook Air 13" 8GB RAM 128GB SSD | $649 | Amazon
Apple Macbook Pro 13" 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 256GB SSD | $1,499 | Amazon Apple Macbook Pro 16" Intel Core i7 512GB SSD | $2,199 | Amazon
You can also check out Apple’s site for more deals on cases, accessories, and plenty more.
Sonos makes some of the most convenient, best sounding speakers on the market and right now you can save 20% on Sonos’ entire line of speakers. Here are your options: $559 for the Playbase, Playbar, or Sub, and $320-300 for the Beam.
This is an excellent opportunity to save on truly excellent, unbelievably fool-proof speaker system. The best part? The deals are available across multiple retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart, just in case one place sells out.
The only real exception to that, is the Sonos Beam. Amazon is selling it for just $300 or $20 less than everyone else.
And if you’re still holding on to a gift card, this is a terrific time to buy.
Dell’s Black Friday sales have gone live and there are some doozies in there. Like this Inspiron 15 3000 laptop for a dirt cheap $199, or this basic Dell desktop for $329. The company has hundreds of deals including gaming PCs, monitors, and 4K TVs, so check out the full sale here.
Have your cake and stream it too with the Google Chromecast Ultra 4K Streaming Media Player. Enjoy all your favorite shows, movies and YouTube channels, while also streaming live TV, music, Netflix, Disney+ and the 100 photos you took of your dog napping. All on your 4K TV.
You have the option to use your phone to play, pause and control the volume, or pair it with your Google home.
This tiny, but mighty gadget is already plenty of bang for your buck, but you can now save $20 during Black Friday.
If you’re on a tighter budget, the third-generation Google Chromecast is a great option and will be on sale for $25 during Black Friday. The two models are nearly identically, except this option loses 4K streaming capability.
While it’s not one of its high-end cousins with all the bells and whistles, the TCL 4-series offers a decent mid-range 4K TV that’s your typical jack of all trades, master of none. This is your chance to score a 50 or 55 inch set with HDR10 support and Roku software built-in. Both models are currently marked down to the lowest price seen on Amazon.
Roku compatibly will let you access to the most streaming services with ease, provided you have a subscription with said services.
If you’re looking to upgrade to an affordable 4K TV with a decent feature set without breaking your bank, look no further as this set is for you.
For those blessed with a microSD card slot in their smartphone, you can add lots of space with these discounted SanDisk microSD cards. Choose from a $7 32GB unit all the way up to a 256 MicroSD Card for $30.
Of course, these cards will for your action cam, dash cam, tablet, or Nintendo Switch, too. But just a heads-up, you’ll get a better deal if you use your Amazon Prime Credit Card, which will net you 15% cash back on your purchase.
What’s old is new again with instant film cameras. This discounted Instax 9 bundle includes not just the cute, chunky Instax 9 camera in mint green, purple/pink, or smokey purple, but also a number of handy accessories: a protective white case, a hand strap, the two necessary AA batteries, a close-up lens attachments, and most importantly, two packs (20 sheets) of rainbow film.
It’s more common to see the film camera come in at this price on its own, so this bundle is a smart deal. You’ll (definitely) need film and (probably) want a case anyway, meaning that this deal is your best route to being able to use the camera right out of the box.
On the hunt for a quality laptop that won’t break the bank? Good thing you waited until Black Friday sales began! Right now, you can get the Lenovo Ideapad 330s 15.6" Laptop for $299 ($150 off) at Walmart.
Our beloved Deals Researcher, Corey Foster, recommends this as a good deal, because, “You’re getting a mid-range laptop at a budget-range laptop price. Great for doing just about everything except mid to high-end gaming.”
Omen by HP, a brand that will be familiar to anyone who’s watched even fifteen minutes of the Overwatch League, is dropping the price of its 15.6" gaming laptop down to a meager $949. As if that weren’t enough, they’re tossing in an Omen gaming headset and mouse, so you can get in voice chat and please, whatever you do, call out your targets.
During Black Friday, nearly every retailer is dropping the price on the best noise canceling headphones right now, the Sony WH1000XM3 Noise Canceling Headphones.
While supplies last, you can snag them and mute the entire world around you for $280, which is $70 less than usual. And, sure, that’s is still a big investment, but if you spend a lot of time in noisy planes and trains, or if you work in an open office and just need to be able to find a quiet space, you won’t find a better set of headphones.