Daily Deals: $100 Off Google Pixel 7, $80 Off Echo Show 15, More – PCMag

Daily Deals: $100 Off Google Pixel 7, $80 Off Echo Show 15, More – PCMag

Plus, discounts on an LG gaming monitor, Samsung SSD 980 Pro, and Sony wireless headphones.
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Black Friday sales are still a week away, but there are plenty of savings to be had now across top tech products and retailers.
The Google Pixel 7 is the best $600 Android phone you can buy. And it’s on sale for $100 off. The feature-rich handset boasts a 6.3-inch OLED display with punch-hole camera and nearly edge-to-edge bezels. Housed in a Gorilla Glass Victus casing, the Pixel 7 is not only durable, but meets the IP68 rating for dust and water ingress. A 4,355mAh battery, solid stereo speakers, and sharp cameras, meanwhile, lend credence to this PCMag Editors’ Choice pick.
Google Pixel 7(Opens in a new window) for $499 (List Price $599)
Complete your battle station with a 27-inch LG UltraGear gaming monitor. Built for gamers, the virtually borderless screen features a curved design, Nvidia G-Sync compatibility, 1ms GTG response times, pro-level customization, and vivid Nano IPS panels. Best Buy is also throwing in a six-month subscription to Trend Micro Internet Security and three months of YouTube Premium viewing for free.
LG 27″ UltraGear Gaming Monitor(Opens in a new window) for $279.99 (List Price $449.99)
Designed to resemble a picture frame (and hang on the wall like one), Amazon’s Echo Show 15 can serve as a useful information hub for every member of your household. The minimalist device, with its matte-black bezel and 15-inch screen, features a 5-megapixel camera in the top left corner and pinhole microphones for hands-free Alexa use. The 1,920-by-1,080-pixel touch screen highlights various widgets, including calendars, maps, reminders, shopping lists, smart home controls, sticky notes, and weather reports.
Echo Show 15(Opens in a new window) for $169.99 (List Price $249.99)
This screaming-fast drive—a PCMag Editors’ Choice for high-end internal SSDs—can handle app and game launches, as well as big file transfers, thanks to its ability to reach speeds up to 7,000MBps. Designed for hardcore gamers and tech-savvy users, the SSD offers high-performance bandwidth and throughput for heavy-duty applications. And it comes in a compact M.2 2280 form factor, easily plugged into desktops and laptops.
Samsung SSD 980 Pro(Opens in a new window) for $179.99 (List Price $379.99)
Available in black or blue, Sony’s WH-1000XM4 over-ear wireless headphones—which earned a PCMag Editors’ Choice stamp of approval—combine top-notch noise cancellation with audiophile sound quality for hours of listening in comfort and style. Microphones built into the outer panel of each ear cup pick up ambient sounds, as well as your own voice; the panels also feature controls for ANC, volume, track navigation, etc.
Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Headphones(Opens in a new window) for $228 (List Price $349.99)
Daily deals are limited-time offers, so take advantage of these deals before they’re gone. Pro tip: Amazon’s daily deals end PST, Best Buy and Woot deals end CST.
Amazon(Opens in a new window): Up to 18% off TP-Link Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6E Mesh System, Up to 50% off 4K Fire TV Streaming Devices, Up to 30% off Amazfit Smartwatches and Bands, More
Best Buy(Opens in a new window): $800 Dyson Outsize Total Clean Cordless Vacuum, $80 Honeywell Ceramic Tower Heater, $50 Kurio Smart 2-in-1 Pro Tablet, More
Woot(Opens in a new window): Save 84% on Master & Dynamic MW07 True Wireless Earbuds, $8 Amazon Basics USB-A to Lightning Charging Cable, $135 Apple AirPods Pro, More
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