The cheapest wireless earbuds in the world: a review of the Asus ROG G14 ($99$ +$20 off Amazon and Best Buy)
Cheap gadgets are often cheap because, well, they’re not the best in terms of quality. That’s not true of Jabra’s Elite 3, however, which are once again on sale for $59.99 ($20 off) at Amazon and Best Buy.
The cheapest pair of wireless earbuds, the Elite 3 sound great and have some niceties that are typically reserved for more expensive earbuds. They include a rating for dust and water resistance in addition to being able to use either earbud independently. So long as you’re fine without multipoint Bluetooth support and active noise cancellation, they’re a good pair of buds that nail the basics and shouldn’t disappoint. Read our review.
If you are a person who likes to move around a lot, gaming machines aren’t the most practical. One of the reasons why we like the Asus ROG G14 is it is the only laptop that is exceptions to the rule. In order to get it, you have to buy it at Best Buy with a Ryzen 9 Processor, a Graphics 630 card, a 1 Terabyte Harddrive, and 16Gig of RAM.
The 2021 Apple TV 4K and the Last-Generation Kindle Paperwhite: A Novel Approach towards eBook Reading in the Digital Age
Today we stumbled upon a great deal on the Apple TV 4K, which has been available for the past few weeks at discounted prices. A 5 percent surcharge isn’t bad because non-members can purchase it on sale for $104.97, which is less than they would pay for it if they were members.
While not as speedy as last year’s model, the 2021 Apple TV 4K is still plenty fast and features support for Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, Wi-Fi 6, and HDMI 2.1. Both streaming boxes also allow you to enjoy add-on subscriptions like Apple Arcade and integrate well with other Apple devices, allowing you to use your iPhone as a remote control. It is a budget-friendly version of Apple’s set-top box if you can live without HDR10 Plus and a Siri Remote that supports USB-C. Read our review.
If you’re looking for a good bargain, consider the last-gen Kindle Paperwhite, which is on sale in a refurbished condition at Woot for $199.99 instead of $1299.99, its original price. The newer Paperwhite has some of the same features as the newer 6.6-inch model from last year. It doesn’t last long as long as the newer model, but it’s still one of the best options for a cost-effective e-reader with a sharp 300ppi backlit display and IPX8 waterproof. You can read our review.
Finding a device to read your ebooks can be hard, and you have a few options to choose from. You can always buy a tablet or use your phone, but those devices are multipurpose and can be used for a ton of things, like surfing the web or doom-scrolling on Twitter. If you want a specific type of electronic reader, niche one, are designed to only store a limited number of books in a virtual library.
Amazon has dominated this space for years with its ever-increasing line of Kindles, which feature a variety of different models with their own pros and cons. The majority of the devices function as ebook readers; however, with the introduction of the Kindle Scribe, Amazon looks to move beyond books into the realm of writing and possibly even into the world of physical paper.
On the discount front, we recently saw the 2022 Kindle Kids drop to $84.99 ($30 off), which remains the e-reader’s all-time low. It is only available at Target, Best Buy, and Amazon right now for the full retail price.
While there is an additional option that allows you to purchase the e-readers with or without advertisements, it is not available on the different storage configurations. When it is connected to the internet while in sleep mode, personalized advertisements will be displayed at the bottom of the home screen and on the lock screen. Typically, you save about $20 by buying the ad-supported version, but if you decide to remove ads later, you can make a one-time payment to cover the difference and remove the ads.
There are four add-ons, the device, case, a two-year extended replacement guarantee, and one year of Amazon Kids Plus, if the device breaks. The latter is the biggest selling point of the device aside from the kid-friendly patterns, as it allows parents to grant their kids access to a digital library of kid-friendly books like Percy Jackson and the entire Harry Potter series at no additional cost.
As for bundles, Amazon is offering the base Paperwhite from 2021 as part of a package that contains a power adapter and your choice of a fabric cover for $169.97, a leather cover for $179.97, or a “cork” cover for $189.97, all of which are $20 off.
The premium Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition offers the same design and performance as the standard model but with more storage, an automatic light sensor, and Qi wireless charging.
The 8gigabyte incarnation of the Kindle Oasis is currently on sale for $299.97, a leather cover for $289.90, and a premium leather cover for $304.97, all of which are $30 off.
The last model looked a lot like the new one. It retains its waterproof 7-inch 300ppi E Ink display and supports Audible audiobooks via Bluetooth. It is possible to adjust the color temperature to a yellow-toned display, which makes it easier to read at night.