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The 28 best Walmart deals on tech right now: TV, laptop, headphone sales

Walmart launched great tech deals with the close of our holiday celebrations. You can still save on great tech while making Walmart your one-stop shop.
Written by Charlie Osborne, Contributing Writer on

As one of the major US retailers, Walmart has grown its business to offer everything from home appliances to the latest smartphones and laptops.

Walmart tends to offer site-wide discounts on a variety of products and can be a great resource as a one-stop shop for gifts, updating your home, or picking up popular gadgets. Clearance and flash deals feature often, too, with toys, fashion, and electronics becoming available for rock-bottom prices. 

ZDNET has scoured Walmart for the best deals on tech including TVs, laptops, headphones, and home appliances, which are listed below. You can also check out Walmart's dedicated deals section for more inspiration. 

Best Walmart deals

Below are the best Walmart deals we could find. Farther down the page, you'll see more interesting Walmart deals worth checking out.

  • Current price: $997
  • Original price: $1,599

One of the top Walmart deals is on the 55-inch LG TV. This smart TV comes with a 4K UHD OLED display and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The TV contains an a7 AI processor for enhanced picture and sound quality. Plus, it's more than $600 off right now.

  • Current price: $139
  • Original price: $249

Walmart is offering a $110 discount on the Shark ION robot vacuum, a budget-friendly Wi-Fi model that can be controlled via a voice assistant or your mobile device. You can expect up to 120 minutes of cleaning on a single charge. 

  • Current price: $96
  • Original price: $250

For a dirt-cheap robot vacuum, Walmart is offering $154 off the Anker eufy 25C Wi-Fi-connected robot vacuum. Now available for under $100, this entry-level vacuum can be used to sweep up dirt and pet hair from your floors, equipped with 500Pa suction power and a dustbin capacity of 0.6l.

  • Current price: $449
  • Original price: $529

The ASUS VivoBook Pro 14 OLED is a thin, light laptop with specifications that will support many work and entertainment tasks with ease. Normally set at a retail price of approximately $530, Walmart is currently offering a discount of $80 (15%), bringing the cost down to $449.

The ASUS VivoBook Pro 14 is equipped with a 14-inch 2.8K OLED display (400 nits), with four Nano Edge bezels that push content right to the edges of the screen, an Intel i5 processor, Iris Xe Graphics, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD storage. 

  • Current price: $149
  • Original price: $199

Walmart has slashed the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8. On sale for $149, this budget-friendly Android tablet comes with a 10.5-inch LCD display, 3GB RAM, and 32GB storage.

  • Current price: $129
  • Original price: $179

If you need a pair of earbuds suitable for exercise and gym sessions, Walmart has you covered. You can save $50 on a pair of Bose Sport Earbuds, which are wireless. The set comes with soft, silicone cups, so they won't fall out during rigorous activity like exercise.

  • Current price: $249
  • Original price: $309

We've also found a decent deal on an Apple smartwatch. Over at Walmart, you can pick up a 1st-generation Apple Watch SE complete with GPS + Cellular connectivity for $249, a discount of $60. Plus, the watch comes with an Abyss Blue sports band.

Walmart PC and laptop deals

Here are some other PC and laptop deals happening right now at Walmart:

Walmart TV deals

Here are some other TV deals happening right now at Walmart:

Walmart headphone and audio deals

Here are some other headphone deals happening right now at Walmart:

Other deals at Walmart

Here are some other deals happening right now at Walmart:

How did we choose these Walmart deals?

Walmart is one of the top retailers in the US, so you can expect the company to jump in when it comes to not only seasonal offers, but also year-round bargains. 

Alongside the likes of Amazon, Best Buy, and Target, Walmart historically launches great deals on laptops, smartwatches, headphones, IoT home gadgets, and more. 

Does Walmart offer a program similar to Amazon Prime?

Up until recently, Walmart didn't. That changed in 2020, when Walmart began offering Walmart+. For $12.98/month or $98/year, you can access to free deliveries, a complimentary Paramount+ Essential plan account, mobile scanning and checkout straight from the store aisle, free shipping sans the minimum $35 amount, and more.

In addition, Walmart is currently running a promotional in which you'll get six months of Spotify Premium when you upgrade to the Walmart+ account.

Why did Walmart change its name?

Walmart was once known as Wal-Mart Stores. However, according to Walmart executives, the name changed to Walmart in 2017, "to better reflect our company's path to win the future of retail [...] and a bit about returning to the company's roots." When the first store opened in 1962, the original name was Walmart, although the organization was incorporated as Wal-Mart. 

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