It may be Friday the 13th, but don’t let the sheer number of deals clogging the internet frighten you. The bright minds at ZDNet creeped and crawled through the discount web to help us bring you these shining tech sales. These three home tech deals are good through this weekend.
Three home tech deals for the weekend:
A gentler alarm clock: Nothing ruins a good night’s sleep faster than a loud, disorienting alarm clock in the morning. Yet, most of us still wake up to a blaring beep machine every day. But there is another way. This Philips alarm clock doesn’t scream at you; it gradually wakes you by mimicking a sunrise. The idea is to help you feel more alert throughout the day and fight off the blues (winter is coming, after all). You can buy the Philips alarm clock with Sunrise Simulation for $ 39.99 (list price: $ 49.99).
Secure your abode with Alexa: If you’re eyeing a way to keep an eye on your property, this five-camera Netgear security system should help. It’s compatible with Amazon Alexa, has night vision, and can send motion-activated notifications or emails straight to your phone. Or you can view a live feed, if you’re in the mood. It’s especially good for outdoors use, thanks to each camera’s wire-free, waterproof design. The system costs more than $ 100 per camera new, but this certified refurbished model is on sale for much less. You can buy the Netgear Arlo 5-camera Security System for $ 359.99 (list price: $ 549.99).
A 4K TV you can afford: Earlier this week, we found a fantastic deal on an LG OLED TV, but if it’s hard to swallow a $ 1,000+ investment in a TV, we found another LG deal that may suit your fancy. This 55-inch 4K LED TV also offers many of the perks of a high-end television, but the price is arresting, if you count the $ 150 Dell gift card, it’s less than $ 500. Buy the LG 55-inch LED TV with HDR for $ 602.98 with a $ 150 Dell gift card included (list price: $ 799.99)
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