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Microsoft’s first-gen Surface Headphones are down to their lowest price yet

Microsoft’s first-gen Surface Headphones are down to their lowest price yet


Plus, a 44mm Apple Watch Series 6 is $380 at Amazon

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Microsoft’s first-generation Surface Headphones released in 2018, and despite being three years old, these headphones are still a good option if you’re looking for a pair of noise-canceling headphones. Usually $250, Woot currently has a deal on this model, bringing the price down to $111.


The first-generation Surface Headphones debuted in 2018, and they provide good wireless performance and superb noise cancellation.

Apple’s MacBook Pro with the M1 processor is one of the best-performing laptops within its retail price point. You can grab the late-2020 Apple laptop, which comes with 256GB of SSD storage, for $1,200 ($99 off) right now at Amazon and B&H Photo.


The MacBook Pro late-2020 model is Apple’s flagship laptop that is now powered by the tech giant’s custom silicon called the M1.

Apple’s latest flagship wearable, the Apple Watch Series 6, was released last year. This Watch includes more sensors than previous iterations of the tech giant’s wearable lineup, including a sensor that allows you to detect your blood oxygen levels.

You can grab a 44mm size with GPS in space gray at Amazon for $380, which is the lowest price for this configuration to date.

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Apple’s latest flagship wearable features an always-on display and new sensors that provide the ability to monitor your blood oxygen levels.

Amazon’s Fire TV Cube initially launched in 2018 and is a real multipurpose product, combining the functions of an Echo and Fire TV. Woot is selling a used first-generation Fire TV Cube with a second-generation Alexa Voice remote for $40. The device is described as being in “very good” condition, and the orders are being fulfilled by Amazon, the parent company of Woot.


A multipurpose set-top box that combines features found on Amazon’s Fire TV and Echo smart speakers.