If you’ve been waiting for a deal on Amazon’s new Echo Show 10 smart display that can rotate to always look at you, today is your day. Normally $ 250, it’s now $ 210 for the black or white versions, both of which have a camera for video chats and for tracking you to make sure the screen is easily visible. This is the first drop in price, and a 16 percent discount isn’t bad.
This deal is available through Amazon Best Buy, and Target, but Amazon has the exclusive on a deal that only costs $ 5 more and you can checkout with the Blink Mini home security camera added to your purchase.
There are several other Echo Show models, and aside from the rotating feature, this one offers a similar experience. My colleague Dan Seifert recently reviewed this new model, saying, “Alexa in the new Echo Show 10 is largely the same Alexa you get on the previous Echo Show and any other Alexa-powered smart display. You ask it for information – a weather report, a favorite playlist, news, calendar events, and so on – and it gives you a polite answer and shows the requested information on the screen. “
The Beats Flex wireless neckbuds usually cost $ 50, but you can get the black, sky blue, or bright yellow models for $ 10 off at AmazonThese are the first headphones from Beats to charge via USB-C, making them as suitable for Android users as they are for the Apple ecosystem of devices. For people who have invested heavily in Apple’s products, they have the Apple W1 wireless chip that allows these earbuds to easily connect to it.
I own this one and have found the sound quality to be delightful for the price, and the controls are simple enough to learn. But, as Chris Welch’s review points out, they aren’t perfect. They are not suitable for sweat resistance or waterproofing, and they do not have good sound insulation when you are surrounded by a lot of noise. Still, $ 40 is hard to turn down.
If you have a Nintendo Switch and don’t already have a high-capacity microSD card to store games, your name will be on Amazon’s deal of the day. You can get a 400 GB SanDisk microSD card for $ 39, which is almost the lowest price ever (you get over 10 GB per dollar here). Games for the Switch range in size from a few gigabytes to tens, so this under $ 40 purchase should take a while.