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If your family has been spending these cooler, earlier nights indoors searching for entertainment, click over to these sales and put the scrolling to an end. We’ve teamed up with Walmart to bring you the perfect gifts for a streaming, listening or gaming upgrade. The tech toys on offer right now at jaw-droppingly low prices are so cool your lucky recipient might not even know they exist—Bluetooth sunglasses, say what? If that’s news to you, you’ll be even more shocked by the price, which is under $150—but not for long. Shop the brand's Deals for Days every day through the end of November to impress everyone on your list without emptying your wallet. Your dad might even be excited about his gift for a change.
LG's famous for excellent picture quality, and this LED smart TV delivers crispness and bold color in every pixel. Even better, it comes with everybody's favorite apps like Disney+, Apple TV+, Netflix, Hulu, Sling, and more preloaded so your lucky recipient can just plug it in and start streaming. Happy shoppers praise its "wonderful picture" and "great sound quality." At 32 inches, it's the ideal size for a bedroom or small den, so they can consider it their personal theater. At this price—right now, under $150—we wouldn't begrudge you if you order one for yourself, too.
Yes, Bluetooth sunglasses exist. As if that's not cool enough, these sporty wraparound Bose shades—now just $149—are built to impress with all the features you want in shades and headphones without compromising on either. The reflective lenses are polarized to protect eyes, and you get a sturdy carrying case to prevent accidental squashing. The listening quality from the unobtrusive little speakers is top-notch, too. They charge up for 8.5 hours of high-quality audio, no ear buds or wires required. One happy shopper says, "No more wires or dropping my wireless ear buds. That is true freedom."
Background noise is a killer when you're tuned in to your favorite show or podcast. The gift of no interruptions is something even the pickiest person can appreciate. By all accounts, these affordable Bluetooth in-ear headphones do everything you need for an astoundingly low price. They charge up for five hours of listening time and quickly recharge in the case, so they're less likely to get lost, and intuitive controls make it easy to answer calls or change tracks. "GREAT SOUND, even better than some very high end ones," says one shopper. Others called them "awesome." We bet the person you gift them to will think the same thing.
Practically everybody's house has a dead zone—you know, that corner where your calls drop and texts don't come through? This Google system strengthens the WiFi signal to obliterate that and speed everything up. What a gift, to never see the word "buffering" again. It's as easy as setting up the Google Home app (which also helps to protect your network)—and at this price, cheaper than calling in an electrician. This bundle includes three WiFi points—that's sufficient coverage for up to 4,500 square feet. "Buy it!" raves one reviewer. "I pay for 400mbps, and I'm getting that anywhere and every where around my home—I'm literally getting that speed at the mailbox. The best $200 I spent on my home." Even better, right now it's just $133.
"Amazingly lightweight" with a charge that lasts for days, this sleek little headset is specially designed to fit smaller players. An 18-hour battery life means less breaks for recharging, and built-in mic makes for clearer chatting and less background noise, too. They'll feel fully immersed and comfortable, whether they're playing on a Playstation, computer or phone screen. For $50, you can afford to wrap them up along with a game—a total win.
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