Our editorial team, independent of our parent company, selects all products Engadget recommends. Some of our stories include affiliate links. We may earn an affiliate commission if you buy something through one of these links. Apple announcedthis week, but we also found a few of Apple’s older gear on sale, plus a few Earth Day-related deals. The Mac Mini M1 was discounted by $100, and the MacBook Air M1 returned to an all-time low of $800. AirPods Pro remains on sale for $197, and the updated Google WiFi system is still 20 percent off at Adorama. And if you’re looking for a new wearable, many of Fitbit’s smartwatches and fitness trackers are deeply discounted, too. Here are the best tech deals from this week that you can still get today.
Mac Mini M1
Thewith extra storage is back to $800 right now, thanks to an automatically applied coupon that knocks an additional $29.01 off the sale price. This is a great time to pick up the latest Mac Mini if you’ve wanted to upgrade your desktop to something more powerful and compact enough to fit into most desk setups.
MacBook Air M1 and MacBook Pro M1
We gave the MacBook Air a score of 94 for its super-fast performance, lovely display, comfortable keyboard and trackpad, and lack of fan noise. The latestdropped to $899 on Amazon, which is $100 off its regular price and an all-time low. You’re getting the new M1 chipset from Apple along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage in the discounted models. If you need more storage, the is also $100 off. And if you want something more powerful and flexible, the is $150 off, bringing the base model down to $1,149.
is down to $197 on Amazon, over $50 off their regular price. While not an all-time low, it’s the best price we’ve seen. We scored them for their solid ANC, comfortable design, and hands-free Siri support.
2020 iPad Pro
On the heels of Apple announcing the new iPad Pros, last year’s model has dropped to a record low: $999 for a. That’s $250 off its regular price, making it a great deal if you feel comfortable skipping this year’s updates and going with a slightly older version.
The Google mesh WiFi system is currently on sale for $160 at Adorama when you use the code EXTRAOFF40 at checkout. While not the same as the Nest WiFi, this 3-pack will cover 4,500 square feet, and it’s easy to set up with the Google Home mobile app. Last year, the company also updated the system to be better at supporting the heavy loads that multiple, simultaneously connected devices may put on your network.
Fitbit may have announced its new Luxe tracker this week, but many other devices are on sale. Theis down to an all-time low of $250, the is on sale for $180, and the is down to $70. The first two options are better for those who like the smartwatch look, while the Inspire band is best if you want a more minimalist device to track daily activity and sleep.
The Roomba i7+ and i9+ are back down to their Black Friday prices of $599 and $899, respectively. When it first came out, we reviewed the Roomba i7+ and gave it anfor its excellent cleaning performance, quiet nature, and convenient base, into which it dumps dirt and debris after each job.
Segway Ninebot Kickscooter Max
Segway’sis down to $599 at Wellbots when you use the code EARTHRIDE at checkout. This model came out last year, and it has an updated, sturdier design, an IPX5 water-resistant body, and a max speed of 18.6 mph. It’ll take roughly 6.5 hours to charge up from zero, and depending on your riding mode, you should get about 25 miles before the scooter needs more power.
Omaze PC sweepstakes
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New tech deals
Amazon Smart Plug
is $10 off right now, bringing it down to $15. You can turn any appliance into a smart one with this adapter, which lets you control that appliance via a smartphone app and using Alexa voice commands. We also like that it has a relatively compact design that won’t block your second outlet and doesn’t require a smart home hub.
Eufy RoboVac 11S Max
This is the higher-powered version of our favoritevacuum, the Eufy RoboVac 11S. We like Eufy’s robot vacuum for its slim profile, thorough and relatively quiet cleaning, and it’s included remote that lets you set schedules and manually control the device.
With the Max model, you’ll get up to 2,000Pa suction power plus all of the benefits of the standard version.
ThermoWorks Thermapen Mk4
You can save 30 percent when you buy two or moreinstant-read thermometers. This is one of our favorites because it’s relatively compact, provides super-fast temperature reads, and automatically wakes up when you pick it up. Follow on Twitter for the latest tech deals and buying advice.