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Converting you home into a smart home can be expensive — but it can also be one of the most transformative things you can do to make life easier. Think about it: Lights that go on and off on command, or a thermostat you can control from your phone a vacuum that cleans when you’re not around... sounds magical, right?
Black Friday is a great opportunity to take this leap of technological faith. From Alexa to Siri, we found sales on a staggering number of smart home devices for just about every room in your home.
The biggest standout for Black Friday is this deal on the Echo Dot (3rd generation). It’s on sale for just $22, or $28 off its list price on Amazon — a 56 percent savings. The Echo Dot is one of the best ways to start a smart home because it works as a hub for all your smart home devices and as a Bluetooth speaker for music and podcast streaming.
Check out these other super-low Black Friday deals to start simplifying your home logistics, STAT:
Echo Dot With Clock, $35 (was $60), amazon.com
Echo Dot, $22 (was $50), amazon.com
Echo Auto, $30 (was $50), amazon.com
Echo (3rd Gen), $60 (was $100), amazon.com
Echo Show 5, $50 (was $90), amazon.com
Echo Show, $150 (was $230), amazon.com
Lenovo Smart Clock, $40 (was $80), walmart.com
Google Home Mini (two-pack), $45 (was $98), walmart.com
Google Home Mini, $25 (was $50), walmart.com
Abode Essentials Starter Kit, $159 (was $279), amazon.com
Blink XT2 (3 Camera Kit), $185 (was $250), amazon.com
Ring indoor cam (2 pack), $100 (was $140), amazon.com
Oxkers Smart Video Doorbell, $33, (was $60), walmart.com
Fire TV Cube, $90 (was $120), amazon.com
Roku Ultra, $48 (was $91), walmart.com
Fitbit Versa 2, $150 (was $200), amazon.com
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