The Elevate soundbar from Vizio with spinning speakers is $300 off.

Get yourself a real Atmos-ready soundbar

The year 2022 is rapidly approaching. The two-day sale event, which is only available to Prime members, will begin on Tuesday, July 12th (who says Tuesdays have to be boring?) and will run through Wednesday, July 13th. We’ll cover every excellent bargain that becomes available, so you won’t miss out on any fantastic deals. But that’s all for next week. Here’s what you can save a lot of money on today.

The 48-inch Elevate 5.1.4 sound system from Vizio is now on sale for the lowest price we’ve seen. Originally $1,099 (but now $999 through Vizio), you can upgrade your entertainment center for $698 at Amazon. While less expensive soundbars, such as Sonos’ second-generation Beam, claim to support Dolby Atmos, it’s a virtualized effect as opposed to the genuine thing, which the Elevate provides.

Upward-firing speakers on either side of the Elevate provide dimension to the audio, improving presence and making Atmos video seem like it’s in a movie theater (or better). When you’re not watching Atmos video, the Elevate’s sides may pivot to bring audio directly to you. The Elevate comes with two upward-firing satellite speakers that you can position behind or around you, as well as a wireless subwoofer. More information on the Elevate may be found here.

If you enjoy low-cost electronics as much as we do, you might be interested in a 100W PD-ready USB-C to USB-C cable with a built-in power meter that displays the wattage flowing through it. When you clip the $2 coupon on its Amazon product page, the brand Chipofy offers their version of the cable (many other firms appear to produce a similar one) for $16.69.

I mentioned Prime Day was approaching, didn’t I? Yes. While we anticipate to see reductions on technology from a wide range of manufacturers, now is also the time for Amazon’s own devices to be discounted. It has already begun offering Prime members discounts on the newest Kindle for Kids, the fourth-generation Echo Dot smart speaker, and the ever-useful Smart Plug. Each of these things is offered at its lowest possible price.

I said Prime Day, didn’t I? Yes. While we anticipate to see offers on technology from a wide range of manufacturers, this is also the time for Amazon’s own devices to be discounted. It has already begun offering bargains to Prime members, including significant discounts on the newest Kindle for Kids, the fourth-generation Echo Dot smart speaker, and the ever-useful Smart Plug. Each of these things is offered at its lowest price.

MORE DEALS TO APPETITE YOUR PRIME DAY APPETITE

  • Amazon has reduced the price of Logitech’s Powerplay wireless charging mouse pad to $91.56 from $100. Logitech’s G703, G502 Lightspeed, G903 Lightspeed, and Pro Wireless mice are all compatible with this pad. It will allow you to use these mouse without needing to charge them. More about the innovative design of this device may be seen here.
  • Best Buy has reduced the price of SimpliSafe’s Shield home security system, which includes a base station, a keypad, one key fob, two motion sensors, and six entry sensors, to $159.99. It is typically $269.99.
  • Woot has a significant discount on Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay Portal wireless gaming headset for Xbox systems. Originally $499.99, it is now $249.99. I haven’t tested this model, but it looks to be a significantly better value for the price, with active noise cancellation, Bluetooth compatibility, and what appears to be a pleasant design. It’s worth noting that, while it’s brand new, it only comes with a 90-day guarantee from Woot.

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