Google’s Pixel Buds Pro drop to $175, plus the rest of the week’s best tech deals

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Offers for Labor Day are already appearing on the Internet. Both Ooni and Solo Stove have pre-Christmas sales that bring down the prices of some of their most popular machines, so now is the time to consider a pizza oven or fire pit while you can save some cash. Apple’s base iPad fell to a new all-time low of $280, while the Apple TV 4K is also nearly $60 cheaper. You can still pick up a range of Crucial SSDs and portable drives at some of the lowest prices we’ve seen, and Google’s latest Pixel Buds Pro are cheaper than ever. Here are this week’s best tech deals to get today.

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Pixel Buds Pro review

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Google’s new Pixel Buds Pro are available for $175, or $25 less than the usual price. This is the first real discount they’ve had since their launch last month. We gave the buds a score of 87 for their deep, punchy bass, solid ANC, and reliable touch controls.

Buy Pixel Buds Pro at Amazon – $175

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Apple’s entry-level iPad has fallen to a new all-time low of $280. We gave it a score of 86 for its solid performance, great battery life, and upgraded center stage cameras.

Buy the iPad from Amazon – $280

Apple TV 4K

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The Apple TV 4K is back in stock at Amazon and is priced at $120. While it’s not quite as cheap as last month’s Prime Day ($109), this remains one of the best prices we’ve seen for our favorite high-end set-top box. We gave the device 90 points for its fast performance, support for Dolby Vision and Atmos, HomeKit integration, and much-improved Siri remote.

Buy Apple TV 4K at Amazon – $120

Apple Watch SE

Apple Watch SE review

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Some Apple Watch SE models are up to 30 percent cheaper on Amazon. This wearable got an 88 score from us for its solid performance, comfortable design, and full feature set for the price. However, if you want the latest model, you might want to wait a few more weeks as we expect new Apple Watches to be announced at the company’s event on September 7th.

Buy the Apple Watch SE on Amazon from $230

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The Product Red version of the Apple Watch Series 7 (45mm) is currently on sale for $320. We gave the wearable a score of 90 for its larger screen, faster charging, and handy watchOS features. However, if you want the latest from Apple, it might be worth waiting until September, when the company has historically announced its latest phones and smartwatches.

Buy Series 7 (45mm) at Amazon – $320

MacBook Pro M1

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Both the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 laptops are on sale at Amazon — the former is $200 off, dropping to $1,799, and the latter is $300 off, dropping to $2,199 U.S. dollar. Both devices received 92 points from us for their strong performance, excellent Liquid Retina displays, abundance of ports and excellent battery life.

Buy a 14-inch MacBook Pro M1 at Amazon – $1,799 Buy a 16-inch MacBook Pro M1 at Amazon – $2,199

Solo cooker

A Solo Stove fire pit sitting on grass next to firewood and an American flag at a backyard party.

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Solo Stove has reduced all of its fire pits and bundles ahead of Labor Day. The Ranger 2.0, Bonfire 2.0, and Yukon 2.0 are all discounted by up to 40 percent, dropping to $200, $230, and $430, respectively. Most bundles are also up to 45 percent off, including the Bonfire Backyard Bundle 2.0, which includes a spark screen, stand, shelter, carry case and lid, and the aforementioned fire pit.

Buy Ranger 2.0 at Solo Stove – $200 Buy Bonfire 2.0 at Solo Stove – $230 Buy Yukon 2.0 at Solo Stove – $430 Buy fire pits at Solo Stove

Ooni pizza ovens

Ooni Fira

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Ooni’s early Labor Day sale hits 20 percent off all of its 12-inch pizza ovens. That means you can get the Fyra for $279, or the Karu or Koda for $319. We’ve recommended these pizza ovens in outdoor guides in the past because they’re relatively easy to use and produce delicious, bubbly pizzas that are as close to restaurant quality as you’ll get at home.

Shop Fyra at Ooni – $279 Shop Karu at Ooni – $319 Shop Koda at Ooni – $319 Shop Ooni sales

Google Pixel 6a

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Google’s budget-friendly Pixel 6a is currently available for $399, which is $50 less than usual. We gave it 89 points for its attractive design, great cameras and long battery life.

Buy Pixel 6a at Amazon – $399

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Most models of Google’s Pixel 6 Pro are currently on sale for a record low of $649. The standard Pixel 6 is also on sale for $499. The Pro is one of our favorites at the moment and we like it for its eye-catching design, great performance and battery life, plus it has some of the best cameras you’ll find on any smartphone.

Buy Pixel 6 Pro (128GB) at Amazon – $649 Buy Pixel 6 at Amazon – $499

Crucial SSDs

Rendering of the Crucial MX500 2.5-inch SATA drive

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You can now buy a range of Crucial gadgets for less at Amazon. The 1TB Crucial MX500 internal drive is 24 percent cheaper, down to $76, which is the best price we’ve seen. Also discounted are the Crucial P5 Plus SSD in 2TB, which is down to $226, and the X6 portable hard drive in 1TB, which is 25 percent cheaper and down to $83.

Buy Crucial MX500 (1TB) on Amazon – $76 Buy Crucial P5 Plus (2TB) on Amazon – $226 Buy Crucial X6 (1TB) on Amazon – $83 Buy Crucial deals on Amazon

HBO Max

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HBO Max has reduced its annual plan, so you can save 30 percent if you sign up and pay a year in advance. If you can handle ads, the service costs $70 for 12 months, less than the usual $100. To get an ad-free experience, pay $105, which is $45 off the usual price.

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Sony WH-CH710N

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Sony’s budget WH-CH710N headphones come at an excellent price of $98. Although we’ve seen them cheaper before, this 35 per cent discount is good for these ANC cans. We like them for their comfortable design, solid noise cancellation, and long battery life.

Buy Sony WH-CH710N at Amazon – $98

iRobot Roomba j7+

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iRobot’s Roomba j7+ is currently $200 off and down to $599, while the s9+ has the same discount and is on sale for $799. These are some of our most popular robot vacuums, and these retail prices make them even better. The j7+ features advanced obstacle detection to help it avoid pet piles and other hazards, while the s9+ has the most powerful suction of any Roomba.

Buy Roomba j7+ at Amazon – $599 Buy Roomba s9+ at Amazon – $799

Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K max

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Amazon slashed its Fire TV Stick 4K Max by $15, bringing it down to $40. A few other Fire TV dongles are also on sale: you can get the standard Fire TV Stick for $25 and the Fire TV Stick Lite for just $20. The TV Stick 4K Max is the most powerful of the range, with support for Dolby Vision, WiFi 6 and more.

Buy Fire TV Stick 4K Max on Amazon – $40 Buy Fire TV Stick on Amazon – $25 Buy Fire TV Stick Lite on Amazon – $20

Samsung T7 shield

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Samsung’s new 1TB T7 Shield SSD has dropped to a new record low of $98, down $62 from usual. This is the most durable version of Samsung’s palm-sized portable drive, with a rubberized exterior and enough protection to survive falls from up to 12 feet. It has sequential read speeds of up to 1,050MB/s and write speeds of up to 1,000MB/s, plus Dynamic Thermal Guard and 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard.

Buy Samsung T7 Shield (1TB) at Amazon – $98

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