Indoor lovers, it’s apparently your summer (again), as the outside world turns into a hot desert before our eyes. To help you escape the summer heat, we’ve found the best weekend deals on gadgets like wireless headphones for listening to the world, Switch games to enjoy on your couch, and mesh Wi-Fi routers for you. improve your internet so important.
Wireless Headphones for listening
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Click on the coupon to view the offer at checkout. If you’re struggling to find headphones that are right for you, try the Ultimate Ears Fits (7/10 WIRED recommended). Using the companion app, they will conform to the shape of your ears and stay there, even while you are working out. They’re comfortable, have great battery life, and sound great.
It’s only been a few months since it launched and the OnePlus 9 Pro (8/10, WIRED recommends) is already enjoying its first major discount. It’s in our guide to the best Android phones. It’s not our first choice, but it’s a great phone. You get great cameras, great performance, a smooth 120Hz AMOLED display, and wireless charging. If you don’t take too many photos, you’ll be happy with the cheaper OnePlus 9, on sale for $ 650 ($ 80 off).
It’s a great fitness tracker for runners and triathletes, and it’s rarely that cheap. It is equipped with apps for running, biking, skiing, rock climbing, hiking, boating and golf, among other activities. Read our guide to the best fitness trackers for more options.
Home and Fitness Offers
This deal is so good that we talked about it earlier this week. The little story is, the Coway Airmega is a great way to cleanse the great outdoors, and it hasn’t been this cheap in almost two years. It is also available at Walmart for the same price. Read our guide to the best air purifiers to find out more.
Have you worked off the couch in the past year? Whether or not your office reopens, it’s a good idea to have a home office to work in. It’s better ergonomic for you and can also create a specially designed space for work, so you never end up mixing it up with fun. WIRED Critics Editor Julian Chokkattu owns this desk in the 62 inch size and says it took a few minutes to set it up, and has been reliably treating it well for over a year. year. Other sizes are also on sale.
Need a new router? The Orbi is one of our favorite mesh systems. It is simple to install and covers a lot of space (this 2-pack can cover up to 5,000 square feet).
It’s WIRED Associate Critics Editor Adrienne So’s favorite robot vacuum. It has an automatic drain pan, can detect the dirtiest parts of your carpet and is very powerful.
It’s a great deal on one of the essential games for your Nintendo Switch. If you get a Nintendo Online membership, you can play with other people around the world, but it’s more fun when you’re with friends on the couch, cursing them for using the blue shell.
One of the best recent additions to the Zelda series, this game might even improve your marriage, if you are married. The highly anticipated sequel is set to release in 2022, so you’d better start playing now. Seriously, you might not get it finished on time.
It’s a small discount, but it includes two different games. This is a must see if you are a lover of everything in Mushroom Kingdom. We even have a guide to the most romantic hangouts in World of Super Mario 3D.
Sony replaced the A7R II not once, but twice. Still, if you’re looking for a high megapixel count and don’t need the faster autofocus and other features of its successors, this is one of the best deals when it comes to wireless cameras. mirror. We haven’t seen this one cost less, and if you’re a student (or have a .edu email address) you can save an additional $ 100.
It’s a great everyday camera bag. It comes in 17 and 21 liters, and I recommend the larger one if you have a lot of equipment. You should also hang the optional MTW camera insert so that you can keep your gear separate and organized.
I still hope that someday manufacturers start installing decent cameras in laptops, but until then the best bet is an external camera. This Logitech offers 1080p picture quality and the ability to pan, tilt, and zoom, which is great if you’re using a whiteboard to present. Our best webcam guide has more options.
If you want to improve your video game, sometimes what you need isn’t video at all, but sound. Good microphones are important, but the recorders built into cameras often introduce quite a bit of noise. This is why the pros use separate audio recorders. The H1n is a great option if you’re just starting to record audio.
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