Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K drops to $30, plus the rest of the week’s best tech deals

Amazon Prime Day brought a flurry of deals earlier this week, but just because the shopping event has come and gone doesn’t mean all of those savings are gone. In fact, there are still a bunch of good tech deals out there today, so you still have the chance to save some cash if you missed out a few days ago. Amazon’s own Fire TV Stick 4K is currently down to $30, just $5 more than it was on Prime Day proper, and the Echo Show 5 Kids is also on sale for $50. Apple’s AirPods Pro still have their Prime Day price of $170, and things like Samsung’s T7 Shield SSD, the Beats Studio Buds, and Roku’s Streambar also remain discounted.

AirPods Pro

The AirPods Pro with the MagSafe case have been discounted to $170. These remain Apple’s best-sounding earbuds, and we liked them for their solid sound, powerful ANC, and hands-free Siri capabilities.

Buy AirPods Pro at Amazon – $170

iPad

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The 10.2-inch iPad costs $299. We gave it a score of 86 for its improved performance, great battery life, better front camera, and larger base storage.

Buy the iPad from Amazon – $299

AirPods max

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The AirPods Max are currently on sale for $449. We gave these headphones 84 points for their excellent, balanced sound, solid ANC and good battery life.

Buy AirPods Max at Amazon – $449

iPad Pro

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The latest 11-inch iPad Pro has dropped to $699. We gave it and the 12.9-inch model a score of 87 for strong performance, thanks to the M1 chipset, beautiful displays, and center stage cameras.

Buy the 11-inch iPad Pro from Amazon – $699

16 inch MacBook Pro

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The 16-inch MacBook Pro is down to $2,249, or $250 off its usual price. We gave it a score of 92 for its strong performance, beautiful Liquid Retina XDR displays, and new bevy of ports.

Buy a 16-inch MacBook Pro from Amazon – $2,249

Fire TV Stick 4K

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The Fire TV Stick 4K is currently available for $30, which is just $5 more than it was on Prime Day earlier this week. This supports 4K streaming with Dolby Vision along with Dolby Atmos audio and Amazon’s Fire TV operating system.

Buy the Fire TV Stick 4K from Amazon – $30

echo point

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The Echo Dot is available for $40, while the Echo Dot with clock is down to $50. We like these tiny smart speakers for their good audio quality, compact design, and snooze feature.

Buy Echo Dot at Amazon – $40 Buy Echo Dot with Clock at Amazon – $50

Echo Show 5 kids

Amazon Echo Show 5 kids

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Amazon’s Echo Show 5 Kids remains nearly half the price right now, down to $50. This is the same Echo Show 5 that we gave an 85 score, but it has a more colorful design and comes with a year of Amazon Kids+.

Buy Echo Show 5 Kids at Amazon – $50

Amazon Omni Series 4K TVs

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You can pick up a range of Amazon Fire TVs for less at the moment, but we’d recommend opting for one of the newer sets in the Omni series. All stream in 4K and support HDR10, HLG and Dolby Digital Plus. The real benefits come when you’re already a heavy Alexa user, as these TVs have built-in microphones to allow hands-free access to Alexa, so you can basically treat the TV like an Echo smart speaker. Currently, the 43-inch Omni Series set is priced at $90 and up to $320.

Shop Omni Series Amazon Fire TVs starting at $320

Chromecast with Google TV

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The Chromecast with Google TV is currently only $40. We gave it a score of 86 for its handy remote control, good Google Assistant integration, and 4K streaming chops with Dolby Vision and Atmos support.

Buy Chromecast with Google TV at Amazon – $40

65-inch LG B1 OLED Smart TV (2021)

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LG’s 65-inch B1 OLED TV remains 30 percent cheaper at $1,500. This 2021 version runs on LG’s a7 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K, works with G-Sync and FreeSync technologies and has built-in support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

Buy a 65-inch LG B1 OLED TV from Amazon – $1,500

Samsung monitors

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A variety of Samsung monitors are still on sale today, including the company’s smart M5 monitor. Both the 27-inch and 32-inch versions of the M5 have been pared down, and these displays double as smart TVs. You can use both as a regular external monitor, but the built-in technology allows you to access streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and others.

Shop Samsung Monitor Deals on Amazon

Crucial MX500 SSD

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Crucial’s 1TB MX500 is priced at $85, or 15 percent off the usual price. It’s a good option if you need a standard 2.5-inch drive that works with both laptops and desktops. It also features AES 256-bit hardware encryption and built-in power failure immunity to protect your data.

Buy Crucial MX500 (1TB) at Amazon – $85

Samsung T7 shield

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Samsung’s new T7 Shield portable SSDs are still available at the best prices we’ve seen. You can get the 1TB model for $100 or the 2TB model for $200—both new all-time low prices. Samsung only released these drives in April, and they’re designed as more durable versions of the standard T7 series, with added drop protection and an IP65-rated design.

Buy T7 Shield (1TB) at Amazon – $100 Buy T7 Shield (2TB) at Amazon – $200

Outperforms Studio Buds

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The Beats Studio Buds are currently available for $100, or $50 less than usual. We gave them a score of 84 for their balanced sound, hands-free Siri control, and quick pairing with iOS and Android.

Buy Beats Studio Buds at Amazon – $100

Beats Fit Pro

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The Beats Fit Pro are 20 percent off, down to $160. We gave them a score of 87 for their comfortable, waterproof design, good sound quality and ANC, and long battery life.

Buy Beats Fit Pro at Amazon – $160

Jabra Elite 85t

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Jabra’s Elite 85t earbuds retail for $120, or a whopping 53 percent of their normal price. We like these true wireless earbuds for their powerful ANC, convenient size, and wireless charging case.

Buy Jabra Elite 85t at Amazon – $120

Jabra Elite 3

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Jabra’s excellent Elite 3 earbuds have dropped to $50, or $30 off their normal price. These already affordable buds received an 88 score from us for their impressive sound quality, good battery life, reliable touch controls, and comfortable fit.

Buy Elite 3 on Amazon – $50

Roku stream bar

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The Roku Streambar is currently down to $90. It’s a compact soundbar that will enhance any living room that relies on an old TV with weak sound. We gave it a score of 86 for its solid audio quality, support for Dolby Audio, and built-in 4K streaming technology. The more advanced Streambar Pro is also available for $150.

Buy Roku Streambar at Amazon – $90 Buy Sterambar Pro at Amazon – $150

Roku Express

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Roku’s Express streaming dongle has dropped to $18. The Express doesn’t have many fancy features, but it supports HD content and comes with a high-speed HDMI cable. The Express 4K+ Streamer is also on sale for $25.

Buy Roku Express at Amazon – $18 Buy Roku Express 4K+ at Amazon – $25

Roku Streaming Stick 4K

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The latest Roku Streaming Stick 4K is on sale for $30. It builds on the technology of the Streaming Stick+ and supports 4K HDR10+ content, Dolby Vision, long-range WiFi, voice search and TV control with the included remote control.

Buy Roku Streaming Stick 4K from Amazon – $30

hyperX Cloud Alpha

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The HyperX Cloud Alpha headset has dropped to a record low of $60. It works with most gaming consoles, including PS5 and Nintendo Switch, and also features an aluminum frame, detachable braided cable, and detachable noise-cancelling microphone.

Buy Cloud Alpha at Amazon – $60

Razer Kiyo Pro

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Razer’s Kiyo Pro webcam is currently about half the price, down to $102. This webcam records at 1080p 60 fps and has an adaptive light sensor that allows it to automatically adjust your image based on lighting conditions.

Buy Kiyo Pro from Amazon – $102

Samsung 980 Pro SSD

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Samsung’s 980 Pro is one of the best internal SSDs you can get right now, and it’s currently 43 percent off, down to $120. It has sequential read speeds of up to 7,000MB/s and will work with the PS5 as long as you have a heatsink attached.

Buy Samsung 980 Pro (1TB) at Amazon – $120

Patriot Viper VP4300 SSD

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The Patriot Viper VP4300 1TB SSD is available for $105. It’s our current top pick on our list of the best drives for your PS5, thanks to its fast sequential read speeds of 7,400MB/s and its pre-installed heatsink.

Buy Patriot Viper VP4300 (1TB) at Amazon – $105

PNY XLR8 CS3040 SSD

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Another of our favorite PS5 SSDs, the PNY XLR8 CS3040, has dropped to $105. It’s an already affordable drive made even better with this sale, and we like its 5,600MB/s read speeds and five-year warranty.

Buy PNY XLR8 CS3040 (1TB) at Amazon – $105

Crucial P2 SSD

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The 500GB Crucial P2 SSD is currently $43 or 23 percent cheaper than usual. This model has read speeds of up to 2,400MB/s and comes with SSD management software to help you optimize performance and install firmware updates.

Buy P2 SSD (500GB) from Amazon – $43

Crucial X6 SSD

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The Crucial 1TB X6 Compact Portable Hard Drive has been discounted to $80. It supports read speeds of 800MB/s and works with all types of devices including Windows, Mac, Android and iPad devices and even gaming consoles if you have the right connection cable.

Buy X6 SSD (1TB) on Amazon – $80

Sony SRS-XB13

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Sony’s SRS-XB13 compact Bluetooth speaker costs just $48, which is 20 percent off the regular price. Not only does it come in lots of fun colors, but this tiny speaker has an IP67 waterproof rated design, punchy bass and a 16-hour battery life.

Buy the SRS-XB13 speaker from Amazon – $48

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