Get a Fire TV Stick Lite and 1-month Discovery+ subscription for just $4.98

Discovery+ is currently running a fantastic promotion that gives you a Fire TV Stick Lite for free when you pay for just 1 month of service. At just $4.98 per month for the least expensive Discovery+ plan, there is no cheaper way to get a Fire TV Stick Lite. This promotion is for the latest Fire TV Stick that was released in 2020 which normally costs $29.99 but is currently on sale for $19.99. The lowest price the Fire TV Stick Lite has ever been is $17.99, so even if you don’t care about the 1-month Discovery+ access, you’re still getting an unbeatable deal on the Fire TV Stick Lite at only $4.98. Read more ›

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Amazon announces new cheaper and smaller 2nd-gen Echo Buds for $99.99 w/ introductory discount

Amazon has announced the all-new 2nd-gen Echo Buds. The new models, now available in either matte black or matte white, are 20% smaller with active noise cancellation. They’re regularly priced at $119.99 with a USB-C charging case, but an introductory price currently drops them to just $99.99 for a limited time. Alternatively, you can get them with a wireless charging case for $139.99 regularly, but the introductory price drops that to $119.99. Lastly, the wireless charging case can be bundled with an Anker wireless charger, that is specially made for the Echo Buds case, for $157.98 which drops to $137.98 during the introductory discount. Read more ›

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Price Mistake! Get an Echo Studio for $114.98 before the price is corrected

Amazon has incorrectly listed the Echo Studio with a Smart Bulb for $114.98. The title of the listing says “Echo (4th Gen)” which explains the low price, but when you add the bundle to your cart, an Echo Studio gets added instead without changing the price. The Echo Studio alone normally costs $199.99 and the lowest price it has ever been is $149.99 during Prime Day last year. This price mistake saves you $85 off the regular price and $35 off the lowest price that the Echo Studio has ever been, without even factoring in that you get a free smart bulb with the deal. Be sure to checkout fast because this will surely be corrected very soon. Read more ›

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Amazon Echo 4th-gen is on sale for $79.99 — Lowest price since Black Friday

The Amazon Echo is on sale for $79.99. That’s $20 off its regular price of $99.99. The lowest price the Echo has ever been is $69.99 during Black Friday last year, so this is likely the lowest it will be until Prime Day later this year. The all-new Echo comes in Charcoal, White, and Blue colors. You can pay an extra $10 and get it with an Amazon Smart Plug, which saves you an extra $15 compared to buying both seperately. This latest Echo model has an upward firing woofer and two front facing tweeters. It is also the first standard Echo to include a built-in Zigbee hub which allows it to control some smart home devices, like Ring Smart Lights and Philips Hue Smart Lights, without needing an additional hub. While the Echo looks exactly like the Echo Dot in pictures, the Echo is actually considerablly larger in size in order to produce a much fuller sound.

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Roku announces new rechargeable Voice Remote Pro with hands free voice

In addition to new streaming media players, Roku has also announced a new remote that they’re calling the Voice Remote Pro (Amazon link). Unlike any of their other remotes, the new Voice Remote Pro has a built-in rechargable battery and hands-free voice capabilities that let you make voice requests without touching the remote, like you can with an Amazon Echo or Fire TV Cube. Read more ›

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Roku announces new Express 4K player and Streambar Pro soundbar

Roku has announced a few new products this morning. First is a pair of new entry-level 4K streaming media players, the Express 4K for $34.99 as a Walmart exclusive and the Express 4K+ for $39.99 (Amazon link). These replace the companies aging Roku Premiere models and differ only in the remotes that they come with. Roku is also refreshing its primary soundbar model with the new Streambar Pro for $179.99. This appears to just be a rebranding of the older Roku Smart Sounbar, but with a slightly better remote. Read more ›

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Fire TV Stick Lite is on sale for $19.99 — Best price outside of Prime Day / Black Friday

The Amazon Fire TV Stick Lite is on sale for $19.99 for Prime members only. At $10 off, this is 33% off the regular price of $29.99. The lowest price the base Firestick model has ever been is $17.99, which occurred during Black Friday of last year, so this is very likely the lowest price we’ll see for this device until Prime Day later this year. The main difference between the Fire TV Stick Lite and the 3rg-gen Fire TV Stick, which were both released at the same time, is the included remote. The Fire TV Stick Lite has a remote that includes a dedicated button for the Fire TV’s live channel guide, while the Fire TV Stick has a remote that includes power, volume, and mute buttons to control your TV and/or soundbar. To learn more about all the other differences between the 3 Fire TV Stick models in Amazon’s current lineup, see this article.

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Logitech discontinues all of their Harmony Universal Remotes

Logitech has announced that they are officially discontinuing their line of Harmony remotes. The current supply of remotes will continue to be sold but no new remotes will be manufactured. Logitech says they will continue to support existing and new Harmony remote users “as long as customers are using it,” which is as vague of a timeframe as they could have possibly given. They also say they will “continue to update the platform and add devices to our Harmony database.” Read more ›

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Amazon Echo Show 10 w/ Free Smart Bulb is on sale for $199.99 — New Lowest Price Ever

The all-new Echo Show 10 is on sale for $199.99 and includes a free Ring Smart Bulb that normally costs $14.99 on its own. This is the first time that the new Echo Show 10 has been this low, which is $50 off its regular price of $249.99. This new model, released just a few weeks ago, has a motorized base that swivels the screen to face you so that what is displayed is always in view. While on voice calls, the Echo Show 10 also tracks your movements in the room so that you can always see who you’re talking to and the people you’re calling will always see you.

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How to watch WWE WrestleMania 37 on an Amazon Fire TV or Firestick

WrestleMania is an annual event that draws over a million viewers each year, but watching the event this year is bound to confuse some people because it is being streamed on the Peacock app for the first time, instead of the WWE app. What’s worse for Fire TV and Fire TV Stick owners is that Peacock is not officially available in the Amazon Appstore yet. Have no fear because all you need to do is sideload Peacock onto your Fire TV by following this detailed guide. If you’re new to sideloading and having doubts, rest assured that Peacock and WWE themselves are telling Fire TV owners to sideload the app in order to watch. After you sideload the app, just launch it and login with your Peacock account as you normally would. Just note that the Peacock app icon itself might be broken/missing, but the app will work perfectly fine.

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