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5 Amazon deals on tech you don't want to miss

5 Amazon deals on tech you don't want to miss
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Most likely, you've already bought plenty of things from Amazon over the years. But even Amazon experts miss out on some pretty good deals sometimes.

Items you want and need are always being put on sale at deeply discounted prices. Don't worry, we can help.

Each week, we scour Amazon to find amazing deals, so you don't have to. Here are five tech deals you don't want to miss.

Upgrade your tech with these Amazon deals

Bring Alexa to your own speaker

Do you already own a speaker with awesome sound quality to listen to your favorite music and podcasts? If so, you might want to check this out.

This Echo Input can bring Alexa to the speakers you already love. It connects via 3.5 mm audio cable or Bluetooth.

Use it to stream Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, podcasts from Kim Komando and more. You can take advantage of Alexa skills also. For example, have her read the news, check the weather, or update you on what that commute to work is looking like this morning.

If you order one from Amazon right now you can save $15 off the regular price. That's just $19.99 to add Alexa to your life, what a deal!


Charge your gadget wirelessly

How would you like to charge your smartphone without having to plug it in? Now you can.

This Anker wireless charging pad is Qi-Certified and compatible with the latest iPhones and Samsung Galaxy gadgets that are Qi enabled. Just rest your phone on the charging pad and it will juice up in no time.

Order one today and you'll save $10 off the original price.


Rekindle your love of reading

Catching up on your reading has never been so easy. The all-new Kindle Paperwhite is the thinnest, lightest version yet with a flush-front design and 300 ppi glare-free display that reads like real paper even when you're outside in bright sunshine.

It's even waterproof. So you can read poolside without having to worry about it getting ruined when the kids splash you with water. It has 8 GB of storage and a single battery charge will last for weeks.

Better yet, this Kindle Paperwhite Essentials Bundle includes a leather cover and power adapter. It's on sale through Amazon right now for $169.97.


Don't forget the kids

Reading is a huge part of a child's development. This Kindle for kids bundle will help spark their interest in reading for sure.

The bundle includes the latest Kindle without sponsored screensavers, a free cover, plus a 2 year worry-free guarantee which means if it breaks, return it for a free replacement.

You can set reading goals for your kids and track their progress with Kindle FreeTime. And, if you're a Prime member you already have access to over a thousand titles.

This great bundle is on sale right now through Amazon for $99.99.


Control your lights from anywhere

This technology is much more advanced than the Clapper. Remember when you could turn lights on and off by clapping your hands?

Well now, you can control your lights with the sound of your voice. This Kasa Smart Wi-Fi LED Bulb by TP-Link is the perfect addition to any smart home.

Turn the bulb on or off from anywhere with your smartphone using the Kasa app. It also works with Alexa and the Google Assistant, so you can control it with your voice.

You can buy one right now from Amazon for under $20. That's $15 off the regular price.


What if you could smell any odor during a movie you’re watching? Technology has focused on our sense of sight and sound. But what if you can sense, transmit, and receive smell through the internet? Technology like Smell-O-Vision is making a comeback in applications ranging from virtual reality to movie watching.

Tap or click here to listen to what the future of your digital life holds for your nose. Will you love it or hate it?

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