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Spent all weekend relaxing? Great, now let's get down to business: Memorial Day tech sales are far from over. You can still get your hands on that big-screen TV or cushy pair of headphones for a fantastic price.
Read on for the extended Memorial Day tech sales worthy of your attention.
Best TV sales
Still on sale for $504 (was $900), the Hisense 55-inch Class Quantum 4K ULED Android Smart LED TV is undeniably sleek — with a near edge-to-edge 55-inch display (more picture, less frame). The 4K Ultra HD resolution at 2160p essentially gets you a movie theater-like experience at home, with mesmerizing colors.
It even supports the best in video and sound with Dolby Vision — the most popular HRD video streaming format — and Dolby Atmos for stunning, immersive audio.
The 4K TV includes Android TV straight from Google. This gets you instant access to popular streaming apps like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, Prime Video and YouTube, plus a wide range of gaming apps, such as NBA Jam, Crashlands and more — which aren't available on the Fire TV or Roku platforms. Android TV is especially great for Android phone users, as it allows them to pair their cell to their set with ease.
"This TV is perfect for my family room," reported a fan. "The screen is bright, with vivid color that pops...The sound is good when using the built-in speakers...This TV is perfect for cord cutters, tons of streaming options. You can use Google Assistant from the remote, and the voice features work well. There is a lot to explore on this TV; it's feature-packed with great performance."
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Best headphone and earbud sales
Sometimes you find a great pair of headphones at a great price, but this is ridiculous! At 50 percent off, these $10 Sony ZX Series Stereo Headphones cost less than lunch. They’re wired, with a nearly four-foot-long cable and a 3.5mm headphone jack, and offer primo stereo sound.
"These are great headphones for music and movies," wrote a satisfied Amazon shopper. "...I've never been bothered by outside noise — they’re comfortable, and the sound is of good quality."
Grab these and you'll be in good company: They've earned a five-star rating from more than 38,000 reviewers.
Shop more headphone and earbud sales below:
Apple AirPods Max, $520 (was $549), amazon.com
Apple AirPods Pro, $197 (was $249), amazon.com
Philips Wireless In-Ear Headphones, $30 (was $60), walmart.com
Samsung Galaxy Buds+, $110 (was $150), bestbuy.com
Sephia SP3060 Earbuds, $15 (was $30), amazon.com
Bietrun Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds, $26 (was $130), walmart.com
Best gaming sales
Amazon still has a sweet $40 off NBA 2K21 for Nintendo Switch — it’s down to just 20 bucks for the day-after Memorial Day. The game features all 30 NBA teams and players, including Zion Williamson, Damian Lillard, LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Steph Curry, James Harden and Gordon Hayward.
NBA 2K21 has all the gameplay you want, from multi-player online to one-on-one (you versus the game itself). For the first time ever, it features WNBA teams as well, with players like Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne, Liz Cambag and Nneka Ogwumike. Right now, the price is more than right.
"Bought the game for my son — he's an avid 2K Madden kid. He opened it up and loved it...It made me glad to see his smiling face," shared a delighted parent.
Shop more gaming sales below:
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (three months), $1 (was $15), microsoft.com
The Sims 4 (Xbox One), $5 (was $50), cdkeys.com
Minecraft (Xbox One), $11 (was $30), cdkeys.com
Outriders: Day One Edition (PS4), $45 (was $60), walmart.com
Mafia: Definitive Edition (PS4), $30 (was $40), amazon.com
NBA 2K21 (Xbox Series X), $30 (was $70), amazon.com
Madden NFL 21 (Xbox One), $20 (was $60), walmart.com
Godfall (PS5), $42 (was $70), amazon.com
Assassin's Creed Odyssey (PS4), $20 (was $60), walmart.com
The Pillars of The Earth (PS4), $29 (was $45), walmart.com
Runmus Gaming Headset, $15 (was $25), amazon.com
Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled (PS4), $34 (was $40), walmart.com
Best smartphone and tablet sales
Still on sale for $175 with the on-page coupon (was $250), this TCL 10L Android Smartphone is a zippy little guy indeed. With Android built-in and 6GB of memory paired with 64GB of on-board storage, it's expandable up to 256GB via microSD card — something even the Apple iPhone can’t do.
The battery life is great. You'll get up to 48 hours at a pop. Thanks to the edge-to-edge 6.5-inch HD display, images and photos will pop. And shoppers are seriously impressed.
"This phone has an absolutely amazing build quality for its cost," gushed a five-star reviewer. "This TCL is leagues better than any other budget Android with this many network bands..."
This is an unlocked phone, so you can take it to just about any U.S. phone carrier — including T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T and more.
Shop more smartphone and tablet sales below:
Moto G7 Plus, $140 (was $250), amazon.com
onn. 8-inch Tablet Pro, $79 (was $99), walmart.com
Ulefone Note 9P smartphone, $160 (was $200), amazon.com
Samsung Galaxy A11 (Net10), $99 (was $149), walmart.com
Best smart-home sales
Still on sale for $155 with on-page coupon (was $200), the Eufy by Anker Security Smart Touch Keyless Entry Door Lock recognizes your fingerprint in just less than a second, so you don't have to ever rummage through your purse or pockets for your keys again. You don't even have to remember a passcode — or worry that someone else has snagged it. The brand takes your security seriously, too: it lets you store your fingerprint locally instead of on the cloud, so your identity stays safe and private.
"I've been using keys for years, pretty much since I was a kid. Keys are a fact of life. Fumbling in my pocket to find keys while the chaos of children, groceries etc...ruin my door-opening experience," wrote another five-star reviewer. "Using my fingerprint to open a door makes life good and makes keys a thing of the past.... Buy this lock and level up your unlocking game."
Shop more smart-home sales below:
Echo Dot (third generation), $30 (was $40), amazon.com
Echo Dot (fourth generation), $35 (was $50), amazon.com
Echo Show 5, $50 (was $90), amazon.com
Echo (fourth generation), $80 (was $100), amazon.com
Echo Auto, $25 (was $50), amazon.com
Echo Show 8, $80 (was $130), amazon.com
EverCross Electric Scooter, $254 (was $369), amazon.com
August Wi-Fi Smart Lock, $196 (was $250), amazon.com
XODO Smart Wi-Fi HD Video Doorbell, $90 (was $150), walmart.com
Best work-from-home sales
For post-Memorial Day, the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5 is on sale for just $369 (down from $699) — nearly 50 percent off! If productivity is your game, then this baby came to play (by which we mean work). Its brilliant HD 14-inch LED display makes everything look stellar, from spreadsheets to YouTube videos. And thanks to a speedy and powerful AMD Ryzen 3 4300U Octa-Core Processor paired with 4GB of memory and 128GB of on-board storage, this beauty can handle just about any task you throw at it. The laptop even doubles as a Windows 10 tablet — that's the "Flex" part.
“Amazing laptop, perfect for my everyday needs,” wrote a delighted Walmart reviewer. “Runs fast, touchscreen is awesome and it’s lightweight and small, making travel easy. Extremely durable. Love the ability to use the Lenovo pen, and the tablet mode is such a great feature. Definitely would recommend especially for the epic price range. Can't compare.”
Shop more work-from-home sales below:
Apple MacBook Pro (mid-2020), $1,099 (was $1,299), bhphotovideo.com
Acer Chromebook Spin 311, $199 (was $299), walmart.com
Lenovo Yoga 6 Laptop, $581 (was $800), eBay.com
Ousgar 47-inch White Desk, $90 (was $300), walmart.com
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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