Happy Earth Day everyone! We’ve got a bunch of great deals to kick off the weekend, none of which have anything to do with Earth Day. Now that we’ve established that, let’s get to the deals!
First we have Apple’s AirPods Maxwhich are a little more affordable now that they’re down to $449.99 ($100 off). Amazon And Best Buy. The noise-cancelling headphones are one of our top picks, with excellent sound, premium build quality, and spatial audio support that makes for a more immersive experience. While their battery life is only average, they pair well with other Apple devices, making them a particularly good buy for those who already own an iPhone, iPad, or other Apple gadgets. Plus, they come with a naturally surrounding transparency mode that few headphones can match, one that sounds like you’re barely wearing any headphones at all.
Asus’ ROG Zephyrus G14 remains one of the best gaming laptops you can buy right now thanks to its powerful components and fast 120Hz refresh rate, but it’s also portable enough to take it with you on the go. Plus it offers all-day battery life – which we rarely see in a gaming laptop – and a surprisingly good webcam that lets you take Zoom calls and use them for more than just a glorified Diablo IV machine (even if that’s perfectly acceptable in our book).
If over-ear headphones aren’t your thing, The QuietComfort earplugs from Bose are also on sale for $149.99 ($50 off) at Amazon And Best Buy. The newer QC Earbuds II may offer the best noise cancellation of any Bluetooth earbud on the market today, but the last-generation model is still no slouch. The original earbuds are still a great wireless option with excellent sound quality, a comfortable fit and great ANC. And while the newer model is better in pretty much every way, Bose has left out wireless charging, meaning you’ll at least have feature parity there when you plug in the first-gen model for USB-C charging.
If your dimly lit office makes it difficult for others to see you on video calls, today’s deal is over Logitech Litraglow can help. You can mount the USB-powered LED light on a monitor, where it illuminates your face while you’re on a Zoom call or streaming via Twitch. You also have a lot of control over how you appear on camera, thanks to settings such as adjustable brightness and color temperature levels, as well as custom presets. The Lite Glow normally sells for $59.99, but now you can buy the accessory at Amazon, Best BuyAnd B&H’s photo for about $49, which is a new low.