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This highly-rated 60W USB-C charger was just $9 (Update: Now $16 with coupon)

Gone are the days when you had to carry a variety of chargers and cables in your bag. Thanks to the USB-C standard, you can use a single wall charger to power all of your devices, including your laptop. Unfortunately, most 60W ones are relatively bulky, but Choetech's is compact and as powerful as a standard MacBook Pro charger, and it's currently down to just $9 thanks to this deal.

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TicPods 2 Pro review: Good sound, but a fit that's not for everyone

When the TicPods Free came out in 2018, they were one of my favorite true wireless sets, especially given the relatively low price of $130. Cheaper models were few and far between at that point, and you’d have to pay significantly more to get anything that sounded truly excellent. The market has been flooded with half-decent affordable options in the time since then, however, and the original TicPods didn’t stand up to the test of time all that well.

I've been looking forward to an update, and now the TicPods 2 and TicPods 2 Pro are upon us, the latter of which I’ve been reviewing over the past week or so.

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Grab the Prymax 300W power station for just $180 ($90 off)

Power banks are a convenient way to fill up your phone, tablet, or even laptop when you're on the move. But what if you need to charge a larger device? You can simply use a power station. These carry big enough batteries to handle much larger appliances, including TVs and fridges. Unfortunately, they're usually costly, but thanks to this deal, you can get Prymax's 300W power station for just $180 on Woot, which is $90 off its traditional price.

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Jaybird Vista wireless earbuds, packing USB-C and an IPX7 rating, available for $160 ($20 off)

While Jaybird was one of the first manufacturers to embrace the concept of Bluetooth earbuds, its early models were limited by tethering cables or increasingly dated designs due to slow uptake of newer features like USB Type-C in its products. However, the company addressed many of the issues levied against previous models with the launch of the Vista true wireless earbuds, which are currently available for $160 after a $20 discount from Amazon and Best Buy.

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Aukey's True Wireless Earbuds are down to $30 with promo code on Amazon ($20 off)

True wireless earbuds come in all forms and sizes, and these days, they're also available in all price ranges. Aukey's aptly named True Wireless Earbuds are definitely meant for smaller budgets at $50, but the latest deal makes them even more of a steal: Using a coupon on Amazon, you can save $20, bringing the price down to a mere 30 bucks.

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LG announces its first true wireless earbuds, available this month in South Korea (Update: Now available in the US)

Following the example of Apple, Samsung, Sony, and countless others, LG has announced its first pair of true wireless earbuds. The Tone+ Free sport all the bells and whistles you'd expect in modern earbuds, and they'll be available later this month in South Korea.

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Samsung T7 Touch portable SSD gets faster and more secure with fingerprint scanner

Samsung’s T series of external SSDs have made a name for themselves owing to the compact, pocketable design and the USB-C interface. The last-gen T5 wasn’t the fastest SSD around with transfer speeds topping at 540MB/s, but its rather uncompromising overall package garnered general approval. Its follow-up—the T7 Touch—debuted at this year’s CES sporting a fancy fingerprint reader for hardware-based security and, of course, faster transfer rates.

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Power Support Claw review: If you've got a Stadia controller, you might as well

Google bills Stadia as "one place for all the ways we play" — meaning on TV, desktop, and mobile. But considering Stadia's games aren't controllable by touch, playing on a phone can get awkward. Enter the Claw: a made-for-Google phone cradle custom fit to the Stadia controller. It's not great, but outside of Stadia's inherent drawbacks, it does facilitate phone play, and for $15, you might as well pick one up.

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Scosche's new arm mount lets you watch Netflix in the shower hands-free

Scosche seems to know what it's doing when it comes to making wirelessly-charging phone mounts that don't get in the way of your vehicle's climate control vents. In fact, at this very CES, the company extended the MagicMount's utility with new air freshener cartridges that integrate right into the base. Today, though, we come to a little something different: a suction-mounted telescoping arm.

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Audio-Technica announces its first true wireless earbuds with active noise cancellation

Japanese companies are going big on true wireless buds with active noise cancellation. Sony was among the first to launch such a device, with Panasonic announcing its own range just yesterday. It's now rival Audio-Technica's turn to unveil a pair of true wireless earbuds with ANC at CES.

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