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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’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.

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).

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.