Weekend Tech Deals: Breville, Ecobee, Ecovacs, SNES Classic


Another Independence Day has come and gone. Hopefully, you were careful and didn’t do anything dangerous with fireworks and instead just loaded up on some down-home cooking and face time with your favorite family members. The summer rages on, however, and that’s why, with the help of our friends at TechBargains, we’ve picked six choice deals for you to browse this weekend.

Ecobee3 Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat with 3 Room Sensors for $219 (was $289).

Even though the Nest gets all the attention, we love Ecobee’s thermostats. Why, you ask? The temperature sensors that you can place around your home make a difference in keeping your home cool during the hot summer months. And, it’s controllable via Amazon Alexa, to boot.

Neato Botvac D3 Connected Robot Vacuum for $199.99 (was $299.99).

Neato knows how to make a good robovac, and we know because we’ve tested a few recently. This low-end Botvac Connected seems like another decent model from Neato, and it’s selling for only $200 right now.

Breville Smart Oven Pro 1800W Convection Toaster Smart Oven for $199.95 (was $279.99).

Breville’s Smart Ovens are often ranked among the top toaster ovens you can buy. Normally, you’d pay almost $300 for a compact, versatile appliance like this but right now you can grab this beauty for only two Benjamins. Apartment dwellers, this is a deal you should consider.

Dell Vostro Small Desktop for $539 (was $898.57).

If you’re anything like us, you love tech that barely takes up any space. That’s why you might dig this compact Dell desktop. Even though it’s small enough to tuck behind a monitor or TV, you get full quad-core 8th generation Intel power that can handle everyday tasks without breaking a sweat.

WD Blue 1TB Solid State Drive for $199.99 (was $247.78).

There’s never enough storage to fit all the stuff you need for your digital life. So, upgrade your computer (whether it’s a laptop, desktop, or even a PS4) with a spacious 1 TB solid state drive. It’s got the space and it’s got the zippy responsiveness we’ve come to expect from SSD-type storage. And, most importantly, it won’t hurt your bank account too badly.

SNES Classic in stock for $79.99

People are amped up about the return of Nintendo’s NES Classic…but did you know the SNES Classic is also back in stock? Grab one before it’s too late!

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