Apple’s AirPods Pro are $200 at Amazon and B&H Photo today

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You can grab the AirPods Pro for just $200 at Amazon and B&H Photo today. Normally, these wireless earbuds cost $249. While this is not the lowest price we have seen Apple’s flagship earbuds sell for, it’s still a good deal. Unlike the standard AirPods, the Pro model features silicone tips, allowing for a more customizable fit for your ears in addition to better sound quality and active noise cancellation.


AirPods Pro

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Apple’s flagship earbuds with better sound quality, noise cancellation, and spatial audio. Now $200 at Amazon and B&H Photo while supplies last.

The new iPad Air with Magic Keyboard and Apple Pencil

iPad Air 2020 model.
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge

Speaking of B&H, the retailer has the 64GB 2020 iPad Air in silver or green for $559, $40 off its usual price. Unfortunately, you can only preorder the device because it is currently not in stock at B&H Photo. If you are okay with waiting for it to restock, this is still a good deal considering the new iPad Air just released last week.

Despite the $100 price increase compared to last year, my colleague Dieter Bohn pointed out in his review that this is the iPad model to get because of the better screen and faster processor.


iPad Air (2020, 64GB, Wi-Fi only)

Prices taken at time of publishing.

This year’s iPad model that includes thinner bezels around the display and has relocated the Touch ID fingerprint sensor to the power button, which is located at the top of the device.

Samsung’s 860 Pro with a storage capacity of 1TB is down to $200 at Amazon. This storage configuration normally costs $300, and this is the lowest price the product has been. The 860 is more expensive than other SATA SSDs on the market, but it has 2-bit MLC technology, which can be more reliable in the long run.


Samsung 860 Pro SSD (1TB)

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Samsung’s solid-state drive with a 2.5-inch form factor design and a read / write speeds of 560 / 530 MBps.

If you need to bulk up the storage on your Xbox One gaming console or something to store your backwards compatible games when the Xbox Series X / S launch next month, Amazon has a 4TB external hard drive by Seagate for just $88. Additionally, it includes a free two-month trial for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, which can be used with the new consoles when they are available.


Seagate Game Drive For Xbox 4TB External Hard Drive

Prices taken at time of publishing.

A 4TB hard drive compatible with the Xbox One and is ideal for storing older Xbox games if you plan to play them on the Xbox Series X / S. Also includes a two-month trial for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

The Galaxy S20 FE

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE.
Photo by Dieter Bohn / The Verge

If you are looking for a new phone and prefer Android as your OS, Amazon, Best Buy, and B&H Photo have the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G for $100 off. If you activate the phone when purchasing through Best Buy, you can save an additional $50, bringing the price down to $550. This model includes 128GB of storage, a 6.5-inch display, and a refresh rate of 120Hz.


Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G (128GB, Unlocked)

Prices taken at time of publishing.

The fourth phone in the S line this year featuring a 6.5-inch display, a 120Hz refresh rate screen, and three 12-megapixel sensors.

With the PS5 launching in roughly two weeks, there’s still a bunch of fantastic games that launched on the PS4 this year, including Final Fantasy VII Remake by Square Enix. Currently, you can get this action RPG for just $40 at Amazon or Best Buy.


Final Fantasy VII Remake

Prices taken at time of publishing.

You can save $20 on Final Fantasy VII Remake, which released exclusively on the PS4 earlier this year.



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