The Huawei-flagship Mate 10 Pro arrived earlier this year with a decidedly premium price tag of $800. These days you can find it for less, but on Prime Day the deal to beat will be $499.99. Read ZDNet's hands-on coverage of the Mate 10 Pro to see if it's the phablet for you.
A plug-and-play way to add two-factor authentication to your PC. Just plug in the little USB drive and tap the gold button. The YubiKey 4 normally runs $40, but it'll be $30 on Prime Day.
This 32-inch IPS monitor, normally $295, will drop to $240 on Prime Day. It has a 2K WQHD (2560x1440p) resolution, meaning you can actually take advantage of its expanded size. You also get a 3-year warranty, which isn't always the case with modern monitors.
Though ostensibly a home-theater projector, the PX800HD has an ultra-short-throw design that make it a good fit for a conference room or the like. It lists for $1,408 and currently runs $1,300 on Amazon,
but on Prime Day you can snag it for $999.99.This Prime Day deal has ended.
Need to deploy high-quality dashcams in your fleet vehicles? The Vantrue N2 Pro normally runs $200, but on Prime Day the price will drop to $145.99 -- when you apply promo code PRIMEVNP at checkout. As an added bonus, add this Vantrue Bluetooth speaker ($50 value) to your cart at no extra charge!
An Amazon-branded security camera sounds like a solid option for the office, and indeed reviewer Jason Cipriani found it a capable, compelling choice. But the $120 price tag feels high, especially when compared with the likes of the $30 Wyze Cam Pan. Good news: the Cloud Cam is just $60 during Prime Day, a much more compelling price.
Powerful enough to juice up not only your phones and tables but also your laptop, ChargeTech's 27,000mAh power bank features a 3-prong AC outlet that supports a maximum draw of 85 watts. It often sells for $225 and hasn't dipped below $185 since 2017, but right now it's $140 when you apply promo code AMUZISNW at checkout.
Okay, if you need a laminator in your office -- and, let's face it, they're insanely handy -- you probably already bought one.
But just in case, the AmazonBasics Thermal Laminator is a solid 30 percent off: just $11.99 for Prime Day. I own one of these, and it's slow but reliable. Currently unavailable.
Recently, ZDNet's Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols called Google's PixelBook "the killer Chromebook." That was his assessment of the Intel Core i7-powered model, but if you can live with a little less horsepower, you can save a bundle: Amazon will have the PixelBook Core i5 for just $750. It lists for $1,000 (and the Core i7 model runs a hefty $1,500).
Dubbed an "affordable rock solid dual-camera, water resistant, mid-ranger" when it debuted last year, the Motorola Moto X4 earned high marks even when it was $400. Now it's $200 as part of Prime Day -- the lowest price to date at Amazon or anywhere else. If you need an unlocked phone that works with any carrier, this is the Prime Day deal to beat.
Amortizing FTW! If you're really looking to cut your cell bills, consider prepaying a year at a time. With Red Pocket Mobile's current deal, you can get a full year of unlimited service (with 5GB of high-speed data per month) for $199. (Use promo code PRIMO119.) That works out to just $16.58 per month, less than the equivalent prepaid plan from Mint Mobile.
Need to scan a lot of documents in a hurry? How does 40 pages per minute sound? Then check out the Brother ImageCenter ADS-2800W for $360. When it's not Prime Day, it sells for around $430. It can handle both single- and double-sided documents in monochrome or color, and it handles media ranging from photos to receipts to business cards.