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Amazon Prime Day Deals: The Best Deals on Speakers, Headphones and More Tech

For Amazon Prime Day, here are the best deals on speakers, TVs, headphones and more.

Amazon Prime Day, which the company has confirmed will take place later in the second quarter of this year, is that shopping bonanza where you can save a ton on everything from toys to kitchen equipment to parenting gear. There’s also no shortage of tech deals on items like headphones and earbuds, speakers, and tablets. We’re already tracking the best Prime Day laptop deals, Switch deals, and video game deals, as we build up to the big day. To help you separate the shiny wheat from the dated chaff, we’ve rounded up the best preview Amazon Prime Day deals on the tech products you know you want.

Amazon Prime Day Deals: Parental Control Devices

The best-in-class Gryphon lets parents filter content, view browsing history, set bedtimes/homework times, limit screen time, enforce safe search, safe YouTube, and suspend the internet whenever they want. It's down from its normal price of $250.

Amazon Prime Day Deals: Apple Products

Normally $249, Apple's AirPods with noise cancellation have up to 24 hours' of battery life.

Normally $529, the Apple Watch Series 6 is a GPS + Cellular model that lets you call, text, and get directions, from your wrist.

This watch isn't the newest model, but you can't beat the price. It has an optical heart sensor and a dual-core S3 processor.

The 2019 Apple MacBook Pro has a 6-Core Intel Core i7 processor and 16-inch Retina Display with True Tone technology; it's normally $2,399.

Amazon Prime Day Deals: Cameras

Sony's $798 camera, meant for content creators, has real time Eye-AF3 and real-time AF tracking. It has a flip-screen and microphone.

High quality cameras don't often get discounts, so if you've been in the market consider pouncing on this mirrorless model from Canon. It captures 4K video, comes with wifi and Bluetooth, and is heavily discounted from its normal $1,099 asking price.

This clever camera from Kodak combines the best of both worlds. There's a digital camera and Bluetooth so you can transfer snaps to your phone, but there's also an onboard printer that spits out great-looking instant prints. It's normally $110, so this Prime Day discount is nothing to sneeze at.

Amazon Prime Day Deals: Earbuds, Headphones, and Speakers

Normally $199, this Bose speaker has a built-in mic so you can make calls, and 360 degree sound coverage.

These outstanding $349.95 over-ear headphones have pure adaptive noise canceling technology and 22 hours of playtime.

These $200 made-by-Apple fitness headphones come in a ton of colors, securely clip onto your ears, and sound great no matter how much you sweat.

Sony's $199.99 noise-cancelling earbuds get you an IP55 sweat and splash-proof design and up to eight hours of battery life.

A pair of over-ear noise-cancelling Sony headphones with a battery that lasts a whopping 30 hours, and there's even a dedicated Alexa button so you have access to your digital assistant whenever you need it.

Normally $349, these Alexa-enabled headphones have three levels of noise cancellation and balanced Audio performance at any volume.

$40 for true wireless headphones from a legit audio brand? Sign us up.

Down from $150, these earbuds use Ambient Aware2 to filter out outside noises, and deliver up to 11 hours of nonstop music on a single charge.

These gorgeous retro speakers have real wood finishes and deliver concert-quality sound. Normally $289, they're a nice blend of form and function.

These earbuds have a perfect fit and up to 14 hours of listening time, with a list price of $249.

The $399 Bose headphones are ideal for WFH. They work with Alexa and are optimized for Google Assistant. You get up to 20 hours of wireless battery life, plus pretty killer noise cancellation.

These on-ear headphones have up to 40 hours of battery life, crystal clear sound, work with iOS and Android devices. And they're normally $200.

Amazon Prime Day: Amazon Devices

The best kids' tablet on the market, this one has a 10 inch screen, solid parental controls, and a price tag well lower than its $200 list price.

Prime members can add this compact smart speaker to their home for way less than $40.

This waterproof Kindle has all of the features you actually need, and it's steeply discounted from its typical $130 price tag today. It even supports Audible and comes in four different colors!

Great for reading, gaming, and browsing, this 10 inch tablet is normally $149.99. It has a rich 1080p full HD display.

If you love Alexa but want more power and fidelity in your music, look no further than the Echo Studio. It's actually five directional speakers in one svelte package, and it's marked down from $200 to $150 today.

Amazon Prime Day: Smartwatches and Fitness Trackers

This $599 smartwatch is meant for serious athletes; it has over 80 sports modes. And it delivers up to 120 hours of continuous exercise tracking.

With a list price of $149.95, this Fitbit has a built-in GPS that lets you see your pace and distance on the screen during outdoor runs, rides, and hikes.

Fossil's smartwatches are functional and stylish, and they're on sale for Prime Day. This particular model comes loaded with Google Assistant, but it can be used with iPhoned and Android phones. It's a steep drop from the list price of $295.

Normally $200, this previous-generation smartwatch comes with a heartrate monitor, Alexa, and sleep and swim tracking built-in. And the battery lasts 6+ days, an eternity for a smartwatch.

Serious runners, take note: This powerful Garmin GPS watch is way less than its typical $500 sticker.

Amazon Prime Day: Smart Home Devices

This smart video calling device is normally $179. It has a smart camera that pans and zooms, and you can call using your Messenger or WhatsApp accounts.

Hang your garments inside this thing, press a few buttons, and it can steam, sanitize, and deodorize your clothes. It's near-magic, and it's normally $1499.

  • Unlock your door without keys by entering your code on the lock's backlit keypad; Lock the door behind you by pressing any button or by enabling auto relock
  • Lock and unlock your door from anywhere by adding the lock to a compatible Z-Wave smart home or alarm system and app (i.e. Samsung SmartThings, Ring Alarm, Wink, etc.). Requires compatible hub sold separately and app - no Yale app is used for this lock
  • Replaces your existing deadbolt in minutes on standard doors, 1-3/8" to 2-1/4" thick with just a screwdriver. No additional holes needed. Mounting hardware and batteries included
  • 9V battery terminal prevents lock out due to dead batteries. Fits on doors 1 3/8" to 2 1/4" thick. Environmental 22F to 140F
  • Works with Alexa via a compatible hub. Features may vary based on Z-Wave controller. Requires compatible system for smart features
  • Backed by Yale, the world's favorite lock brand since 1840 with a lifetime limited on finish and mechanical hardware
  • Don't worry about getting locked out with dead batteries, the lock has a 9V back-up charger on the keypad. Just hold a 9V battery to the terminals and enter your code to unlock
  • Features a BHMA Grade 2 certified deadbolt that's fully motorized and super quiet
  • Don't worry about marking your door, the lock has a rubber gasket to protect your door's finish
  • Enable Auto Relock to ensure your door always locks behind you - Disable it at any time from the lock menu

Keep an eye on things at home with this compact surveillance camera, which is normally $35.

Amazon Prime Day: TVs, Projectors, and Accessories

One of the best streaming devices comes with Alexa voice control, a fantastic remote, and a price tag well south of its typical $50. Guaranteed to make any dumb TV very, very smart.

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