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It's October, which means leaves are changing, fall decor is out, and the holidays are around the corner. As a result, many online retailers got an early start on sales, with events like Amazon's Prime Big Deal Days and Best Buy's flash sale, which both ended yesterday.
Although the other sales cam and went, Walmart'sDeals Holiday Kickoff savings event is still going strong, with another eight hours left of the event until 7 PM ET tonight. Thousands of items are on sale with deals that include every tech item you can think of, as small as a charger or as big as a 65" TV.
The online-only event is still in full swing, and we rounded up our top tech finds to make your shopping experience easier.
If someone on your list is an Apple user and likes to listen to music, the Apple AirPods (3rd generation) earbuds are a great gift.
This model is the most advanced version of Apple's base model AirPods and, despite not being the AirPod Pros, still boast pretty impressive features like personalized spatial audio and up to 30 hours of listening time.
If the person you are shopping for is just a standard listener and not an audiophile, there is no reason to spend more money on a more advanced model like the AirPod Pros. Rather get them a solid pair of earbuds that fulfill their listening needs.
Apple products rarely go on sale, so even saving $20 is a big deal you should hop on.
The Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones have been all of the rave and dubbed by many, including ZDNET, as the best over-ear headphones on the market. However, don't let that deter you from its also very impressive predecessor, the Sony WH-1000XM4.
If you want headphones that provide excellent sound quality, don't break the bank, and can skip out on the latest bells and whistles, the Sony WH-1000XM4 is an excellent option. Back when they first came out in 2020, ZDNET reviewed them and found that they provided a "flawless music listening experience."
The headphones are now $83 off, making them a great candidate for gifts or just upgrading your current listening experience.
These headphones offer incredible audio, immersive active noise-cancellation, long battery life, and premiere comfort, placing them ahead of market competitors.
Compared to its already impressive predecessor, the WH-1000XM5 has a better form factor with q better folding design, and more comfortable ear pads, allowing for long-wear listening sessions in comfort.
My partner is an audio aficionado, and as a result, got these headphones last holiday season and has been absolutely obsessed since.
The price point is pretty steep, and that's why a $73 discount offers a much-needed relief to your wallet.
The Sony A95K earned a spot as ZDNET's best OLED TV overall for 2023, and now you can get it for 25% off. Even though a discount that big is always useful, it is especially significant when the product is originally $4,000.
The price tag is justified by its advanced features, including upscaled 4K resolution, a wide range of colors, VRR support, XR OLED Contrast Pro, and Dolby Vision support.
This TV is meant for someone who really cares about the picture quality of what they are watching, and if that sounds like someone on your wishlist (or yourself, we won't tell) it may be a good time to jump on the sale.
Whether you want to get into photography or know someone who does, the Canon EOS 250D / Rebel SL3 DSLR Camera Bundle is a great deal. It includes everything a beginner would need in their starter pack, including the camera, a memory card, a camera bag, an 18-55mm lens, a cleaning set, and more.
If you aren't convinced, ZDNET crowned the Canon EOS 250D / Rebel SL3 the best beginner camera overall. The bundle, which is already a deal when full-priced, is 15% off, saving you an additional $105.