Apple’s “Scary Fast” Mac event came and went with little mention of the company’s flagship wireless earbuds — or a few other products, for that matter. This isn’t entirely surprising considering Apple introduced a new pair of AirPods Pro just over a month ago. And now, shortly after you got a big discount on Prime Day, it’s… Second generation AirPods Pro with USB-C support They’re back at $189.99 ($60 off) at Amazon And Goal.
In terms of specifications, there is not much difference between the new AirPods Pro and the second-generation model that Apple launched last year. The latest version adds dust resistance for added peace of mind, although its marquee feature is undoubtedly a new MagSafe case that charges via USB-C rather than the Lightning port. The new AirPods Pro, like the previous model, also support Adaptive Audio and all the new software features that Apple recently rolled out via iOS 17, which, in my humble opinion, is a much bigger deal than the basic charging tech in the box (sorry, USB-C holders).
Black Friday is still several weeks away, but that hasn’t stopped many retailers from rolling out a slew of holiday-focused deals in the lead-up to the main event. Best Buy, for example, is Provide a list of early Black Friday deals Until November 17, with new discounts dropping periodically alongside other deals. There are plenty of offers already too, including 48-inch LG A2 OLED screenthat For sale at Best Buy For an all-time low of $549.99 ($750 off) for a limited time.
In terms of price, it’s hard to find a cheaper OLED TV than LG’s entry-level A2 TV. It’s not as feature-rich as LG’s more expensive models — including the C3 and G3 panels — but the 4K TV still manages to offer exceptional value if you’re someone who can afford a smaller 48-inch panel for your living room or bedroom. The main difference between the high-end models of the A2 and LG is that the A2 is limited to a 60Hz refresh rate and lacks HDMI 2.1 support for gaming, neither of which should pose a problem if you’ll be using it primarily for watching movies. And TV shows. It still has the deep black levels and rich contrast we’ve come to expect from OLED technology, regardless of viewing angle.
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