Electronics and Audio Deals
TCL 65-Inch 8 Series 4K HDR TV for $1,000 ($1,000 off): We here at WIRED love TCL's affordable 6 Series range of TVs, but if you want to go up a level, the 8 Series offers improved picture quality. Plus, this price makes it a steal.
Apple MacBook Air (2020) for $900 ($100 off): This is the cheapest MacBook you can get from Apple's new lineup, which means you get the revamped keyboard. This is the Core i3 model, which should be sufficient if you're not doing anything too intensive.
HP Pavilion x360 14-Inch for $530 ($150 off): WIRED reviewer Scott Gilbertson says this is a reliable, if slightly boring, traditional Windows laptop. You get plenty of ports, lots of RAM, and a very nice keyboard. The downside? Battery life isn't great, and it's heavy.
Acer Aspire 5 15.6-Inch Windows Laptop for $580 ($90 off): Need an affordable laptop? Reviewer Gilbertson says this is the best 15-inch he's tested. The display isn't the sharpest, but there are plenty of ports, and it's powerful enough to watch 4K videos.
HP Pavilion X360 Laptop for $530 ($150 off): This HP laptop is a reliable machine with its varied ports and extra RAM. Battery life isn't the greatest but considering the price, this machine will do most tasks well.
Apple iPad for $279 ($50 off): Apple's base iPad, which was refreshed in 2019, has dipped to this price several times this year already, but if you haven't snagged it yet, you have another opportunity. This is an excellent tablet for most people, and it's powerful enough to handle some light work, too. That's especially if you pair it with Apple's Smart Keyboard.
Samsung Galaxy S20 5G for $850 ($150 off): The Galaxy S20 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is one of the best smartphones of 2020. The screen is fantastic, performance is speedy, and you get a fun triple-camera system. Our main gripe was that it's too expensive, but at this discounted price, it's much more stomachable.
Apple Watch Series 3 for $179 ($20 off): The Series 3 is getting a little long in the tooth, but at this price it still trumps most of the smartwatch competition. If you have an iPhone but don't have Apple's wearable, this is a great way to test the waters. The Series 3 has heart-rate tracking, GPS, it's water resistant, and you can easily swap out the bands.
Razer Viper Ultralight Ambidextrous Wired Gaming Mouse for $50 ($30 off): Razer makes some of our favorite mechanical keyboards and gaming mice. This is a great option for lefties.
Apple HomePod for $200 ($100 off): Apple's Siri speaker isn't the best smart speaker around, but it does win in sound quality. It's fantastic. Even better, Apple is bringing a suite of updates that will soon allow you to use third-party music streaming services instead of just Apple Music.
Anker Power Strip with USB-C for $29 ($5 off): You get two AC outlets, two USB-A ports, and one USB-C port in this small, reliable package from Anker. Don't forget to clip the coupon to get the full discount.
Aukey Omnia 100W PD Charger for $41 ($14 off): This is an exclusive discount for WIRED readers, so use code WIREDPAB5 to see the savings. GanFast is a new technology that reduces the size of power adapters while still delivering lots of power. This one from Aukey will charge your MacBook Pro just fine, and it's a good deal smaller than the brick you got from Apple. The discount ends on July 15.
Spigen Ultra Hybrid Case for iPhone 11 Pro for $8 ($7 off): A bunch of Spigen cases are on sale; they make one of our favorite affordable iPhone cases.
Outdoor Gear Sales
Earlier this week, we highlighted many of our favorite outdoor gear deals. This is a good time to point out that some of our favorite outdoor gear retailers, including REI and Backcountry, are holding big sales through the weekend. Be sure to check out our other picks, but we have a few here as well.