Google's Nest Mini is in the low price range for just $18

Google’s Nest Mini is in the low price range for just $18

The small but mighty Second-gen Google Nest Mini is on sale for just $18 in all four colors at Walmart. This Google Assistant-powered smart speaker normally sells for $49 and is usually discounted to $25, but $18 is a new low price. It’s easy to recommend one to anyone in your family who wants a compact in-wall speaker for listening to music or controlling Google Home-enabled smart devices with their voice.

It may not have the room-filling sound of the more expensive Nest Audio, but at this price you can justify buying a few to fit in a few rooms for plenty of vocal convenience at your fingertips. . Google Assistant can tell you the weather, update you on some of the latest headlines, turn your smart lights on or off, and summon something to play on a Chromecast-connected TV. There are a host of other abilities to try out if you become obsessed. Read our review.

Best Buy offers a lot on the Asus TUF Dash 15.6 inch gaming laptopraising the price from $1,499.99 to $999.99. That $500 saving makes this mid-range laptop a great value in terms of performance on a modest budget. Spec-wise, it has an Nvidia RTX 3070 GPU, an Intel Core i7-12650H processor, 16GB of DDR5 RAM, and a 512GB SSD. Its 1080p display won’t be as pixel-dense as a 1440p display, but that lower resolution should help demanding games run faster on its 144Hz refresh rate screen.

This laptop weighs around 4.4 pounds, which puts it on the lighter side when it comes to gaming laptops. If you plan on making this your productivity machine in addition to your gaming rig, be aware that its webcam only has a 720p resolution, so don’t expect much.

If you’re looking for a fitness-focused wearable, the Fitbit Charge 5 is on sale for $99.95 at Wellbots when redeeming code FITVERGE50 at checkout to save $50. That’s the lowest price we’ve seen on the Charge 5, and it’s in effect until November 28.

The Charge 5 might not be the best option if you don’t like a laptop that relies on touch controls, but its color screen and lower price tag might be worth it. In terms of benefits, it has a long battery life that can last up to seven days if you choose not to use the always-on display (around two days, if you do). Along with the requisite fitness tracking, it offers extras, like heart rate, ECG, sleep tracking, and cycle tracking. It can also satisfy the most basic smartwatch needs, receiving phone notifications on Android. (It’s a bit more limited on iPhones.) Read our review.

Elsewhere in the Fitbit deals, you can get the newest Fitbit Versa 4 for $149.95 ($80 off) at Wellbots when you use code FITVERGE80 at the register. This one’s also running until November 28, and it’s a pretty substantial saving on Fitbit’s latest Versa model. The last-gen Versa 3 was our pick for the best Fitbit for most people, and the Versa 4 doesn’t change its formula much in this iteration.

The biggest change for the Versa 4 is its use of a physical button compared to the concave, tactile “button” of the last generation. Physical buttons on smartwatches and wearables are a good thing, especially for runners who want tactility to know for sure that a button has been pressed. The Versa 4 also supports voice assistants via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, making it a much more cohesive smartwatch experience instead of just a fitness tracker.

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