16 Best Deals: MacBooks, Air Purifiers, and Charging Adapters

Here’s a confession: Sometimes good deals are hard to find. I don’t like the idea of ​​writing through a pair of headphones that are $2 cheaper at all You I like the idea of ​​shopping for them (which is why we don’t share bad discounts). Luckily, the deal gods gave us a smile this weekend. From PS5 games to fitness trackers to an air purifier, keep scrolling to outfit your home and throne with these reviewer-approved consumer tech offerings.

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Tech Offers

Apple iPad Pro (6th generation)

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Any capacity iPad Pro 6th Gen (7/10, WIRED recommends) will be discounted by $50 or $100. The final prices will be displayed during the checkout process. This is an expensive tablet, but it’s a good luxury iPad. The screen is huge, offers excellent contrast and performance is snappy. For more recommendations, check out our guide to the best iPad accessories.

Apple’s latest MacBook Air will ship next week. The $50 introductory discount is a pretty standard price for Apple, but it’s still a saving you won’t find anywhere else — not even on Apple’s own storefront. This new model is very similar to last year’s MacBook Air, which you can read more about here, but with a larger 15-inch screen.

We have mixed feelings about AirTags, but that’s close to the best price we’ve seen for the individual trackers. They come in handy for iOS owners who want to track items like luggage or keys. Just make sure you know how to stay safe. Multi-packs are also available, but the price is less attractive.

Google Pixel Buds A series

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We’ve seen this deal before. The Pixel Buds A-Series (8/10, WIRED recommends) are our pick for best overall wireless earbuds for their comfortable fit and well-rounded sound quality. Some wireless earbuds struggle with bass-heavy music, but these earbuds feature a silicone seal that prevents noise from being washed away.

This booth usually costs between $140 and $150. It charges Apple hardware a bit slower than the new version we recommend, but it’s still a convenient way to charge your MagSafe-enabled iPhone, Apple Watch, and AirPods without messing around with a cable. Check out our guide to the best MagSafe accessories for more recommendations.

That’s a good price for one of our favorite flash drives. While there are smaller drives out there, the Fit Plus is slim enough that you can leave it in a USB-A port without fear of it breaking off. Plus, it’s big enough to clip to a keychain, so you won’t misplace the miniature-sized package.

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

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This is the best upgrade pick of the Samsung Galaxy S23 range (9/10, WIRED recommends). It’s also due to one of the lowest prices we’ve ever measured, which should mitigate the price a bit. The camera system has a 10x optical zoom sensor that allows you to capture beautifully sharp photos of distant subjects. There is also an integrated pen for the almost 6.8-inch screen. With average use, the battery lasts a day and a half. You can also save a bit on the base Samsung Galaxy S23, but that used to be cheaper. (Don’t forget we’re giving away one!)

Enter the code CNTBNHX8 At checkout after clipping the coupon on the side to see the discount. WIRED review editor Julian Chokkattu has had the P1 in his room for almost a year with no problems. The air purifier automatically kicks in when it senses air quality is starting to drop (like it did in New York City last week). It’s not too loud on the default setting and is designed for rooms between 180 and 320 square feet. It works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Siri via Apple’s HomeKit.

Niu KQi3 Pro

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Niu is celebrating its anniversary with a sale ending June 11th. Of the many products on offer, we tested the $849 ($150 off) KQi3 Pro and KQi3 Max and loved them. They’re nearly identical, but the Max offers slightly more range (7/10, WIRED recommends). It’s a reliable electric scooter with plenty of power for climbing, reliable braking and a good range.

We’ve seen this discount countless times, but it’s still one of the best rates we’ve seen. This is the best streaming stick for cable cutters looking to leverage Amazon’s ecosystem. It’s super fast and easy to use, as long as you don’t mind having Amazon’s content front and center on your home screen.

Gaming and streaming offers


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Celebrate Pride Month with this $107 games bundle. Pay whatever you want, but if you spend $12, you get all seven included titles, inclusive Celeste, one of our favorite indie games. The bundle “contains LGBTQ+ characters and themes, as well as games from LGBTQ+ developers.” Proceeds benefit the Trevor Project.

We love to play return. It’s a rewarding roguelike that makes death feel less like a loss. This is the best price we’ve seen for the title so far. Note that it is included with PlayStation Plus. If you’re looking to increase your game supply, it may be worth buying.

If you too dream of colorful tech, this sale offers you a small discount on some Sony console covers. Starlight Blue, Nova Pink, and Galactic Purple are on sale for a limited time. Read our guide to the best PS5 accessories for more ways to make your console stand out.

Fitbit offers

Fitbit Charge 5.

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The Fitbit Charge 5 (8/10, WIRED recommends) is our favorite Fitbit and the best fitness tracker out there. During last year’s holiday shopping season, the price dropped to $100, but it hasn’t dropped to $120 often since then. It can track all kinds of health metrics, from daily step count to sleep. It also has built-in GPS, which comes in handy for outdoor workouts.

The Inspire 3 is a budget option that’s not on sale as often as other Fitbits. It’s small enough to carry on a daily basis, which is important given the battery life of more than a week per charge. However, the screen is still easy to read and there’s a record for things like resting heart rate and blood oxygen levels while you sleep. Some of the data is locked behind a Fitbit Premium subscription ($10 per month).

The Sense 2 is one of our favorite Fitbits, and that’s a low price compared to offerings we’ve seen in the past. In addition to the usual training statistics such as step count and heart rate, it also has a temperature sensor and SpO2 Sensor to detect sleep apnea and atrial fibrillation. If you’re as concerned about general health metrics as you are about exercise, this might be the Fitbit for you. Note, however, that some of this data is locked behind a monthly subscription.

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