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And whether hoping to upgrade your security system or finally make your home a little smarter, right now, you can score discounts on the Amazon devices that will help you do that. For a limited time, the retailer is giving shoppers the chance to score deals on Fire Tablets, Kindles, Echo speakers and more of its devices — offering savings of up to 55% on new tech!
From TVs to tablets, here are 16 deals to shop from the event.
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If he has yet to add any smart home devices to his space but is looking for ways to get more connected at home, the Amazon Echo Dot seems like a great place to start. The affordable device (which is 44% off during the sale) is more than just a speaker — he can use the Alexa-enabled gadget to call friends, set an alarm and check the weather as well as stream music, podcasts and audiobooks.
You can plug this small device into your TV to access all of your favorite streaming services, from Netflix to Spotify. The remote is Alexa-enabled, so you can ask it to change the channel, find a movie or even control other compatible devices in your smart home.
Don't let a constant stream of notifications distract you from your workouts! Amazon's Halo Band has all the features you could want from a fitness tracker, including step, workout, heart rate and sleep tracking — without all of the distractions that you'd get from more high-tech options. With an Amazon Halo membership (you'll get six months free with your purchase), you get even deeper insights on your body composition, sleep habits and more.
You can grab Amazon’s bestselling Fire tablet for less than $40 right now. According to the brand, the device features a speedy 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and provides up to seven hours of battery life for reading, scrolling social media or watching movies.
If he's looking for an option with a few more bells and whistles, you can also grab the latest version of the tablet, the Fire HD 10, for a discount. This device features a brighter HD display, longer-lasting battery and more powerful processor, according to the brand. You can choose between multiple colors and two storage capacity options: 32 or 64 gigabytes.
When you purchase this bundle for just $30, you'll get an Echo Dot speaker and a smart plug. The two devices can be paired together, so you can tell Alexa to turn on the lamp or fan without getting off the couch.
The Fire TV Cube is Amazon's most powerful Fire TV streaming media player, and it can provide a fast and high-definition viewing experience, according to the brand. It boasts a simple setup — simply connect the Fire TV Cube to your TV via an HDMI cord and connect it to your home Wi-Fi.
Amazon's Fire 7 Kids Tablet comes in a kid-proof case that's made to protect the device against bumps and drops. (Though, if it does break, it comes with a two-year worry-free guarantee so you can return it for a new one, the brand says.) Kids can use the tablet to play games, watch shows, read books and so much more. Plus, you can set parental controls to limit their screen time and set educational goals.
After a day of carrying around a bag packed with the books on your list, your shoulder starts getting pretty sore. Save yourself some pain and grab this Kindle, so you can always have easy access to all the titles on your reading list. The device has a glare-free display that the brand says it "reads like real paper," even in direct sunlight!
Little readers can take their favorite books with them everywhere they go with this Kindle, which is specially designed for kids. It comes with a one-year subscription to Amazon Kids+ so they'll have access to books like "The Boxcar Children" and the entire Harry Potter series. Plus, they can use the built-in dictionary and Word Wise tools to grow their reading skills.
Ensure you're breathing clean air at home with the help of this Smart Air Quality Monitor. The device can be used to track and measure five elements of air quality, including particulate matter, volatile organic compounds, carbon monoxide, humidity and temperature. You can pair it with an Alexa-enabled device to get notified of when the air quality changes.
With Amazon's Echo Show 8, he can make video calls to family, watch TV, get hands-free access to recipes while cooking and more. While it normally costs more than $100, you can get it right now for just under $70! The device can be turned into a digital photo frame, so he can set it to show all his favorite memories when he's not using it.
You can score this smart TV for under $100 right now on Amazon. The 24-inch option has the Fire TV experience built-in, so you can turn it on and instantly access tens of thousands of apps and channels, the brand says.
Perfect for kids, this smart lamp can be connected to Alexa-enabled devices so they can control the brightness or color of the lamp with their voice. They can use it as a nightlight or as a sunlight alarm — it'll gradually get brighter until it's time for them to wake up.
Amazon's smart thermostat promises to help you reduce energy usage and spend less money on your monthly bill. You can use the Alexa app to track and manage your HVAC usage. If the device has a hunch that you're away or asleep, it can automatically adjust the temperature.
Upgrade your home security system with the Ring five-piece kit, which is currently 25% off. The kit includes a Ring base station, keypad, contact sensor, motion detector and range extender. You can connect the devices to the Ring app to receive notifications when the system is triggered, change your alarm modes and more.
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