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Arlo's home security products have been a popular option for people looking to set up a few wireless cameras. The top of the line Arlo Ultra is weather sealed, shoots in 4K, shoots a great image at night, and offers plenty of well-designed features. While we liked this model, price was a bit of a turn-off. However, Amazon has a 4-pack on sale for just $800, which is $200 off MSRP.
Nobody wants their phone rattling around their car while they drive, getting dirty, wet, or damaged — you've got to keep that thing in place. If you're looking for a solution and nothing's sticking, you might be drawn to the iOttie iTap magnetic mount, currently on sale at Amazon for $11 ($6 off).
As you're surfing Black Friday deals you might be considering how secure all those passwords you're entering are. If you're particularly concerned, Google's Titan security keys can beef up your accounts' security. Whether you're looking to stock up on keys or you've just been curious about trying one, now wouldn't be a bad time to give it a go: Google is offering 15% off their entire Titan range from now until December 6th of this year.
If you're in the market for a car charger that can quickly top off up to two of your USB PD devices at the same time, consider this Aukey dual 18W charger. Right now you can pick up the adapter for just $12.64 ($10.35 off) by stacking two deals at Amazon.
I don't need to tell you this is a good deal – we've seen it pop up before and it sold out pretty fast. Today you can get the Nexus 7 in either 16GB or 32GB sizes for $170 and $130 respectively, but it's US-only.