August’s latest Wi-Fi Smart Lock is cheaper than ever
The latest Wi-Fi Smart Lock in August is now enjoying a special discount via Wellbots. This discreet little smart lock is on sale in black and gray colourways for $ 199, and you can use the promo code VERGE20 to withdraw an additional $ 20 off the sale price while supplies last. This brings the Alexa-enabled August lock back to a new historic low price of $ 179, which is a great deal for an app-connected smart lock that can be easily installed on your existing deadbolt without the need for a locksmith. . Read our review.
Continuing our series of exciting smart home deals, the Eufy 2K Wi-Fi Video Doorbell is at its lowest price on Amazon. This wired doorbell is ideal if you’re looking to step into smart home waters without diving too deep into your wallet, as it doesn’t require monthly subscriptions of any kind. The Alexa-ready Eufy also records 2560 x 1920 resolution videos and provides a few basics that other companies often charge for including pre-recorded notifications and responses, making it a great entry-level device to range. It is currently on sale for $ 110, but after cutting the coupon on the page, the price drops to $ 100.
If you’re looking for an inexpensive tablet, the recently released Fire HD 10 from Amazon is available now as a discounted plan for $ 170, complete with a Bluetooth keyboard case and a 12-month Microsoft Office 365 subscription. This effectively gives you the keyboard case and Office 365 subscription for just $ 20 more than what the basic ad-supported 32GB tablet would normally cost, regardless of which of the four colorways you choose. It’s not exactly a productivity powerhouse – for an inexpensive alternative, we suggest a Chromebook for most people – but it’s a viable option if you want to stream movies or do light work with Outlook, Excel, etc. PowerPoint or Word. Read our review.
In addition to being the integrated controller for the Xbox Series X and Series S, Xbox controllers have for years been the de facto standard for PC gaming thanks to native support for Windows 10. Fortunately, if you don’t. don’t have one or if want to buy a second controller, Microsoft is selling the latest iteration of its carbon black wireless controller for $ 10 off. For those who prefer pops of color, Microsoft also offers the vibrant “Shock Blue” and “Pulse Red” models, both of which are currently $ 5 off. In addition to support for Xbox consoles, these controllers support Bluetooth as well as wired connections via USB-C, and the hybrid D-pad is satisfactorily clickable.