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Midweek deals: Save on Google Home Max, Amazon Fire tablets, and more

Happy Wednesday, readers. Today we've got some fine prices on Google's biggest and best smart speaker, Amazon Fire tablets, and charging accessories from Anker. Read on to learn more.

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Sony's 85" 4K HDR Android TV at its lowest price of $3,500 ($500 off), so you can be the best roommate in your dorm

Do you have an appalling amount of wall space that you feel could use a little brightening? A huge blanking field that needs a little 4K HDR action to go there? Perhaps you could do with one of Sony's X900F series television sets — the 85" size is currently on sale at multiple retailers for $500 off.

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[Update: Free Mods] The 32GB Moto Z3 Play is a steal for just $200 ($150 off)

If you're on the lookout for an interesting mid-range device that won't break the bank, the Moto Z3 is definitely worth considering. It features respectable internals, but its release price was too steep for it to thrill on such a competitive market. Nevertheless, now that the handset is down to just $200, it offers excellent value for money.

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Pixel Stand wireless charger drops to $60 ($19 off) at Amazon and Best Buy

Google was among the first to support wireless charging, but then it dropped the feature during the era of aluminum smartphones. Wireless charging made a comeback with the Pixel 3, but Google's spendy Pixel Stand is the only way to wirelessly fast charge the Pixels. Don't worry, you can pick up the Pixel Stand for a more reasonable price today.

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Fitbit Inspire HR drops to $80 to help you keep your beach bod through winter ($20 off)

Summer is almost over, but you've worked so hard to build that beach body of yours, it would be a shame to destroy it as soon as you put some clothes back on. Thankfully, Fitbit's Inspire HR tracker has just dropped to $80 to help you keep track of your workouts all year long.

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Grab Xiaomi's Mi Home Wi-Fi security camera for just $30 ($10 off)

Xiaomi products are known to be affordable and do the job well, including its Mi Home security camera. The product was initially sold for a reasonable $40 but has just received a $10 markdown, making it quite a bargain for just $30.

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The Amazon Echo Show 5 is down to $65 ($25 off)

At the end of May, Amazon introduced a new 5-inch smart display with hopes to satisfy buyers looking for a smaller device than the Show but bigger than the Spot, and also to compete with Lenovo's Smart Clock. The initial $90 price was also reasonably positioned in comparison to other smart devices, but just two months after its release, the Echo Show 5 is currently on sale for $65, which is almost 30% off.

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Samsung dual wireless chargers are up to 50% off

Wireless chargers are convenient in many ways: Not only do they spare you the need to attach a cable to your phone, they're also handy if you have multiple devices with different ports. Samsung's dual wireless chargers take this amenity to the next level, as they can charge two devices wirelessly at the same time using a single cable. You can snatch them at a discount, as the Qi Wireless Charger Duo and Wireless Charger Duo Pad, which features Fast Charge 2.0, are down to $50 and $70, respectively.

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Time to save on a Lenovo Smart Clock, now at an all-time low of $50 ($30 off)

How much time do you spend in bed every night with one of your arms up in the air holding a glowing rectangle? Yeah, that ain't good. You probably need something pretty smart on your side table. Well, we know a couple places who want to sell you a Lenovo Smart Clock and they can do it for $30 off today.

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TP-Link Kasa Wi-Fi cameras are up to 30% off at B&H

Safety cameras are convenient to keep an eye on your house when you're away, but their steep price can be a roadblock. However, thanks to this deal, you'll be able to pay 25% to 30% less on a selection of TP-Link Kasa safety cameras. B&H is discounting four models, which range from $35 to $80 with the markdown.

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