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AirPods Pro are back down to their lowest price at Woot

AirPods Pro are back down to their lowest price at Woot

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$10 cheaper than the competition

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Apple AirPods Pro
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Apple’s AirPods Pro are, once again, selling for $190 through Woot. These truly wireless earbuds with noise cancellation originally cost $249, with many retailers currently selling them for around $200. We saw this deal pop up around Black Friday 2020, and while it has come back a few times since then at Woot, it’s still the lowest price we’ve seen yet for a new set. Apple makes a few different kinds of AirPods (including the newer over-ear AirPods Max), but this is the high-end in-ear model that sounds great and has a spatial audio feature.

Woot says this deal will go until February 15th, or until supplies last.

The AirPods Pro, the best wireless earbuds for people who use Apple products, pictured next to an iPhone 11 Pro Max and MacBook Pro.
$200

The last-gen AirPods Pro improve upon the regular AirPods with better sound quality, excellent active noise cancellation, and immersive spatial audio.

Best Buy is selling refurbished AirPods Pro for just $170, if you want to roll the dice on a used (but cleaned and inspected) pair.

If you’ve been waiting for the price to drop just a little more on Apple’s latest iPad Air with USB-C charging and revised design, keep an eye on the green 64GB model at Amazon. It’s $550 ($10 less than the previous best of $560), but Amazon shows that deliveries are backed up until March 16th. That could change for the better or not. Either way, it’s a good deal.

For those who don’t want to wait that long, the space gray and sky blue colorways of the iPad Air are just $10 more at $560 (both usually sell for $600).

The new iPad Air with Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil

2020 iPad Air (Wi-Fi)

$60020% off
$479

The 2020 iPad Air includes thinner bezels around the display and has relocated the Touch ID fingerprint sensor to the power button at the top of the device.

Razer DeathAdder Essential
Razer’s DeathAdder Essential lacks the DPI switchers near the scrollwheel.
Image: Razer

This deal isn’t new, but if you’re looking for an affordable gaming mouse to complement your new (or current) gaming PC, Razer’s DeathAdder Essential is just $30 (regularly $50) at Amazon right now. I think this design is nearly perfect, and, at least for my hand, it’s endlessly comfortable. The sensor is behind in terms of Razer’s latest technology, but this could be a good fit for people who don’t need a bunch of features.