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Christmas really crept up on us this year (75 days). Don’t worry, Amazon is still delivering a slew of stellar tech deals just in time for us to start checking off the things on our list. Stock up on some of the best broadband and wireless Prime Day deals that we’re hoping to snag this year.
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Save $150 on 13” Macbook Air
Whether you’re working from your home office or completing coursework, now’s the perfect time to upgrade your laptop situation. The Macbook Air is high-powered, lightweight and boasts the sleek signature design made popular by Apple. You’ll browse on a 13.3” high-resolution retina display featuring True Tone technology and 48% more colors than previous iterations. With up to 2TB of SSD storage, faster CPU and graphic performance and 25% more volume power, the latest Macbook Air puts predecessors to shame.
Save $75 on the Eero Mesh Wi-Fi system
Looking to extend your home Wi-Fi coverage? This Eero Mesh Wi-Fi system comes with three beacons for placement around your household and creates a web of coverage up to 5,000 sq. ft. The system is capable of speeds up to 350 Mbps and is dual banded with simultaneous 2.4 GHz and 5GHz bands. Set up takes minutes and network control is as simple as ever thanks to the Eero app available for download on your smartphone.
Save up to 45% on Fire tablets
It’s raining discounted tablets on Prime Day. All Fire tablets (that’s right, we said all) are on sale for up to 45% off this year, so if it’s time to finally replace your kid’s tablet, Amazon has you covered. Rumor has it, both the Fire Kids 7 Edition and the Fire HD 10 tablets are on the watchlists of many so be sure to head over to the sale early to get your hands on your must-have items.
Save 57% on the Google Pixel 3 with 64GB
Don’t wait for your next carrier upgrade. Get 57% off an unlocked Google Pixel 3 with featured 64GB of storage. The Pixel 3 sports a massive 5.5” touchscreen, Google Assistant 1, wireless charging capabilities and Portrait Mode for the perfect group shots and selfies. Choose from Clearly White, Just Black and Not Pink for a personal touch.
Save up to 48% on unlocked Apple devices
It’s almost time for a brand new iPhone, so you can bet that means great sales on the old devices. Amazon is kicking it off with up to 48% off of unlocked Apple devices like the SE, 7, 8, X, 11 and 11 Pro. Devices are compatible with any mobile carrier and are available at varying storage capacities. Headphones, charging docks, cables and other standard in-box accessories are not included.
- Save up to $204 on Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 FE, S20 Ultra and Note20 smartphones
- Get $63 off a 64GB Apple iPad Mini
- Get up to 20% off all unlocked Samsung Galaxy smartphones
- Save 20% on an unlocked Moto E by Motorola
- Save 56% on the Google Pixel 2 smartphone
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Written by:Taylor Gadsden
Writer, Broadband & Wireless Content
Taylor is a veteran member of the Allconnect content team and has spearheaded a number of projects, including a data piece on the top fiber cities in the U.S. and a troubleshooting guide on how to connect your p… Read more
Edited by:Robin Layton
Editor, Broadband & Wireless Content
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