Weekend Tech Deals: Google Home Mini, Dell, Raspberry Pi, Anker

Mother’s Day is on Sunday, which makes this a great time to buy…well, a lot of things. Amazon’s Mother’s Day deals are still going on strong. So is this unbelievable deal on the Plantronics Voyager 8200 UC headphones, which our headphone connoisseur Jeffrey Van Camp loved, and which is still $135 off. You also still have time to pick up some Beats headphones from Apple. But even if you’re not in the market for a Kindle or headphones, we’ve worked together with our pals at TechBargains to find other great tech deals for you this weekend.

Get Two Google Home Minis for Almost The Price of One

Google’s most affordable smart speaker just got cheaper. You can use it as a speakerphone or link it to a Chromecast to find something to watch on TV; you can put it in your bedroom to check the weather, or put one in the bathroom to play mariachi music while you do your business.

Buy a 2-pack of Google Home Minis for $58 (was $78).

More Great Tech Deals

  • Dell Vostro 3670 Desktop for $539 (was $899). This is a very decent price for a great all-around desktop computer for your home office.

  • Refurbished Dell XPS 13 for $999 with code SAVE100 (was $1499). Pick up a refurbished version of Dell’s very good, very portable, premium 2-in-1 with the 360-degree hinge with the code SAVE100.

  • Lego Star Wars Millennium Falcon Limited-Edition Set for $800. This isn’t a deal, but it’s a rare opportunity to grab the oft sold-out 7541-piece set.

  • Two Amazon Echo Dots for $60 (was $100). This is just one of the great, great deals that Amazon is currently offering, and a good choice if you’d rather expand Alexa’s reach through your house instead of Google Assistant.

  • Blueair 203 Slim Air Filter for $199 (was $329). Allergy season is here, folks, and Blueair is consistently one of the highest-rated and best-performing air filters out there. Get that pollen out of your bedroom!

  • Raspberry Pi 3 Model B Kit for $42 with code LT5E3H6S (was $53). The same Wi-Fi-enabled Raspberry Pi 3 that will help you build your own tiny PC, but with a case, power supply, and heat sink. And $10 off.

  • Anker PowerWave Wireless Charger for $32 with code ANKER254 (was $46). This charging pad has an internal cooling fan and can charge through cases up to 5 mm thick.

  • iLife A4s Robot Vacuum for $149 with code DEARMOM7 (was $250). This light, small, and most of all affordable robot vacuum can pick up your messes on hardwood and thin carpets.

  • GOOLOO Portable Car Jump Starter for $50 with code ZDEDFKRN (was $70). Summer means road trips, which means revving up your engines. Make sure you never get stuck with this well-reviewed portable car jump starter.

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