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You can save nearly $600 on LG’s new Gram 16 laptop

You can save nearly $600 on LG’s new Gram 16 laptop

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Plus, it’s not too late for new and returning subscribers to get 50 percent off of their first year of Paramount Plus.

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LG’s Gram 16 laptop sitting on a table. It’s turned on and we can see a screen displaying a wallpaper of a smiling woman.
LG’s Gram 16 laptop is on sale for $799 at BuyDig.
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If you’re tired of constantly relying on a second monitor or resizing windows for work because your laptop’s screen isn’t spacious enough, today’s deal on LG’s latest Gram 16 is one you’ll want to consider. Regularly $1,396.99, you can currently buy it with 16GB of RAM, 512GB of storage, and an Intel i5-1240P processor for just $799 from BuyDig until December 31st.

This is the 16-inch version of LG’s new Gram 17 we reviewed in October, which is our favorite laptop for fans of big screens. While this model’s display is one inch smaller, both still share a large, high-resolution screen so you can easily open up multiple windows and apps. Yet despite its size, the laptop’s also light enough to carry around while traveling or commuting. Admittedly, like the LG Gram 17, it doesn’t have the graphics power you’ll need to use Adobe software like Premiere or game a lot. However, if you don’t need a laptop for those purposes, it’s otherwise a good buy.

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The LG Gram 16 offers a 16-inch display while still being surprisingly lightweight. This particular model runs on Windows 11.

Planning on catching up with TV shows and movies like Top Gun: Maverick this weekend? Now through January 2nd, new and returning subscribers can get 50 percent off their first year of Paramount Plus when they enter promo code WINTER50 at checkout. The current promotion drops the price of the ad-supported Essentials tier to $24.99 ($25 off) and the ad-free tier to $49.99, the latter of which lets you download content for offline viewing.

Additionally, if you want to tack on a Showtime subscription so you can also binge shows like Yellowjackets, you can currently get 50 percent off your first year of the service when you bundle it with Paramount Plus. Right now, the ad-supported streaming bundle will cost you $59.99 instead of $119.99, while the ad-free tier costs $74.99 instead of $149.99.

Paramount Plus logo on a blue and black background

Paramount Plus

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New and returning subscribers can get 50 percent off of their first year of Paramount Plus when they use offer code WINTER50 before January 2nd. Monthly plans are also available if you don’t want to commit to a full year: $4.99 a month for Essential, $9.99 a month for Premium.

$60

Paramount Plus and Showtime are offering 50 percent of annual subscriptions to its combined streaming bundle. Until January 2nd, the ad-free streaming bundle will cost you $59.99 instead of $119.99, while the ad-supported tier costs $74.99 instead of $149.99.

If you’re traveling instead of streaming this holiday weekend, be prepared for it to be busy and loud. To that end, you might want to pick up a good pair of noise-canceling wireless earbuds to tune out the noise and rest peacefully. Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless 3 are the company’s best set of noise-canceling earbuds yet, so they’ll do the job quite nicely while also sounding terrific. While they sadly don’t yet come with support for multipoint Bluetooth, they do sport convenient new perks like support for wireless charging and four sizes of ear tips for improved comfort. You can currently buy them for around $196 instead of $249 at Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo, which is an all-time low. Read our review.

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The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 are the company’s best set of noise-canceling earbuds yet, with a more refined design, even better sound quality than before, and support for wireless charging.

Whether your New Year’s resolution is to improve your health or you’re simply looking to shed a few holiday pounds, Fitbit’s Inspire 3 can help you stay on track. As our favorite budget-friendly Fitbit, the latest Inspire model can help you keep tabs on a wide range of health goals thanks to its advanced sleep-tracking capabilities, irregular heart rate notifications, activity tracking, and stress management features.

It lacks the bells and whistles of more advanced trackers, including built-in GPS, but it remains an excellent fitness band if all you need are the basics. It comes with a few extra perks, too, like a colorful always-on display and six months of Fitbit Premium. Right now, you can buy it at Amazon and Walmart for $79.95 ($20 off), its second-best price to date.

The Fitbit Inspire 3 on top of a plant

Fitbit Inspire 3

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The Fitbit Inspire 3 is an excellent basic fitness band that delivers notifications and tracks your activity on a bright OLED screen. It’s got 10 days of battery life and can also be worn in a clip.

A few more deals...

  • You can buy the standard edition of the new Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope strategy game, which is the sequel to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, for Nintendo Switch for $29.99 ($30 off) at Amazon and Target.
  • Anker’s 735 USB-C charger is on sale for $46 instead of $59.99 at Amazon when you clip the on-page coupon. This compact, 65-watt charger is capable of juicing up your phone, tablet, and laptop.
  • Lenovo’s latest Legion 5 Pro is available with 16GB of RAM, 1TB of storage, and an AMD Ryzen 9 6000 processor for $1,479.99 ($720.00 off) through Antonline’s storefront on eBay. This powerful gaming laptop offers a spacious 16-inch screen that’s high resolution. Read our review.
  • Fujifilm’s Instax Mini 11 is still on sale for $59.95 ($17 off) at Amazon and Best Buy, which matches its lowest price to date. The instant camera is our favorite for most people thanks to its affordability, ease of use, and ability to capture relatively true-to-life photos.
  • Costco is selling Apple’s M2-powered MacBook Air with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for $999.99 instead of $1,199.99 until January 22nd. Non-members can get the deal, too, but you’ll have to pay a 5 percent surcharge, or $50 extra. Read our review.

Correction December 29th 4:50 PM ET: We previously wrote that an annual subscription to Paramount’s ad-free Showtime bundle was on sale for $59.99, while the ad-supported tier was discounted to $74.99. This is incorrect. The ad-supported plan is discounted to $59.99, while the ad-free tier is $74.99. We regret the error.