TaoTronics makes many different kinds of headphones, but one of its most popular models is the SoundSurge 60. These headphones offer many of the same benefits of popular alternatives that can be significantly more expensive. Bringing active noise cancelling, 40mm drivers, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and more, you can’t find many headphone deals better than this. You can get them for just $39 shipped (Reg. $60) with exclusive code Google33.
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RAVPower might be best known for their batteries and chargers, but the company also has many offerings that extend the functionality of your smart devices. One of those is the RAVPower FileHub, one of the best wireless SD card readers, and right now you can get on Amazon for $39.99 (Reg. $59.99) with our code 9TO5RP21.
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RAVPower is known for their chargers and batteries, and one of their most recent offerings, a 61W USB-C wall charger, launched just this past May. You can get this PD-optimized 61W USB-C charger for just $36.99 right now on Amazon w/ code 9TO5UXE8, down from $49.99. That’s the lowest price yet on the new charger! expand full story
Sponsored Post July 16, 2019
Furbo has extended its Prime Day deal to let readers get one more chance at one of the lowest prices yet on Amazon’s best-selling dog camera.
The Alexa-friendly Furbo Pet Camera with apps for iOS and Android allows you to keep an eye on your furry friends and even toss them a treat while you’re out for the day. Other features include 2-way audio, a barking alert and even night vision. Alongside a design that will most likely blend right in with your decor, the “as seen on Ellen” pet camera’s sizeable Prime Day price drop lives on. More details below. expand full story
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When you hear OnePlus, you think solid hardware, great specs & a reasonable price. With their newest market entry, the OnePlus 7 Pro, the Shenzhen manufacturer has their targets set a little higher – at least on the pricing side of things.
Chances are, if you clicked this article, you just bought a OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 7 Pro. What does that mean? Well, either you’ve been waiting patiently for an upgrade, or you live in a strange corner of the internet with other financially irresponsible tech enthusiasts. Either way, you’re going to want to protect your new investment. Enter: dbrand. You know dbrand – the sarcastic robots who roast customers on Twitter and sponsor every tech channel on YouTube. Yeah – them. They sponsored this article, too. They’ve got you covered (literally?). expand full story