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This heavy-duty battery pack for travelers is $80 off

This heavy-duty battery pack for travelers is $80 off


Plus, we found deals on the last-gen 14-inch MacBook Pro, Amazon’s Smart Thermostat, and MagSafe accessories.

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A close-up of the Zendure SuperTank Pro’s built-in OLED, showing charge output levels for the four USB-C devices plugged into its ports below the screen.
The portable Zendure SuperTank Pro can juice up a pair of MacBook Pros and smartphones at the same time.
Photo by Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge

If your New Year’s Day plans involve going off-grid or some form of travel, a portable battery pack will come in handy when there are no outlets within reach. Right now, you can scoop up Zendure’s 100-watt SuperTank Pro charger for $149.99 ($80 off) at Amazon. That’s one of the charger’s best prices of the year and just $12 shy of its Black Friday price.

With four USB-C ports, the portable battery pack can quickly juice up all of your gadgets at once so you don’t need to stuff your bag with multiple chargers. It also delivers up to 100 watts of power, so you can quickly power up your smartphone, laptop, tablet, or Nintendo Switch. As an extra cool perk, it comes with a built-in OLED panel, so you can keep tabs on how quickly your devices are charging. Read our review.

Zendure SuperTank Pro

$23035% off

The SuperTank Pro has a 26,800mAh / 96.48Wh capacity, which is the maximum that you can take on a commercial flight, per FAA rules. It features four USB-C ports, an info-dense OLED panel, and more.

If you’re on the market for a new laptop, now through the end of the day B&H Photo is selling Apple’s silver last-gen 14-inch MacBook Pro with a 10-core M2 Pro processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage for $1,599 ($400 off), matching the laptop’s all-time low price. Other configurations are also discounted, with B&H Photo taking $500 off the model with 1TB of storage, a 12-core M2 Pro CPU, and 19 GPU cores and selling it for $1,999. 

Though its M3-powered successor offers some performance improvements, the older model is still plenty capable and might be the better buy depending on your needs. It features an additional USB-C / Thunderbolt port that the newer 14-inch model lacks, for example, while the base model offers double the RAM and the Pro-model processor. And, of course, it offers more than enough power to handle demanding creative work, making it great for professionals looking for something a little more portable than its 16-inch sibling.

Read our review of the M2 Max-powered 16-inch MacBook Pro.

The early 2023 version of the 14-inch MacBook Pro starts with an M2 Pro 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD storage. It can also be configured with more cores or a higher-end M2 Max processor.

Just a few more...

  • From now through January 1st, our readers can get 30 percent off Speck accessories sitewide when they apply promo code VERGE30 at checkout. The sale includes discounts on accessories for smartphones, tablets, earbuds, and other products, including this MagSafe-compatible case, which is on sale for $37.99 ($12 off).
  • A refurbished Amazon Smart Thermostat is $39.99 at Amazon, which is $40 less than the cost of the smart thermostat in new condition. Along with a clean, minimalist design, the smart thermostat adapts to your habits and preferences like pricier models. Just be aware it only integrates with Amazon Alexa. Read our review.
  • Right now, Samsung’s unlocked Galaxy S23 FE is on sale with 128GB of storage for $499.99 ($100 off) at Amazon in select colors for Amazon Prime members, which is one of the first cash discounts we’ve seen. The 6.4-inch Android phone may not boast the best camera system, but it does offer some nice perks for its price like a 120Hz refresh rate, wireless charging, and good performance. Read our review.
  • You can still buy four of Apple’s AirTags for $78.99 ($20 off) from Amazon and Walmart. The Bluetooth item trackers tap into Apple’s Find My network and come with the Ultra Wideband (UWB) chip, allowing for exceptionally precise tracking. Read our review.