Although the technological agreements will abound this next Prime Day, we can help but because there are more. There is a lot to do even with the smallest sparkles. Amazon has provided us, but we are sure that everyone would like to have a wish list to do the docket on Prime Day. Here are 5 technology articles that we hope to see on this Prime Day.
Apple Watch Series 4
While Apple Watch Series 3 is already seeing a discount, we are looking to see the latest Apple Watch at least a bit of a discount on Prime Day. We'll have to wait and see if he makes the cut.
Apple nailed him with his latest smartwatch. It looks wonderful, it comes with features that the competition does, and Watch OS is on top of all other smart watch operating systems that exist, and this comes from a primary Android user who has had multiple Wear OS watches and Tizen watches. Samsung WatchOS is the only one to beat and it is likely to remain that way for a while.
Headphones Sony WH1000XM3
Just like the Apple Watch Series 4 is the smartwatch to beat, the Sony 1000XM3 is the noise-canceling headset to beat. Cans have only a couple of discounts, but most of the cuts come from renewed or renewed models. Now that the hearing aids are approaching on their first birthday, we hope that the discounts are for them sooner rather than later, and what better day for the latest prices than Prime Day?
Galaxy Tab S4
There are many good Android tablets available today. Android itself is a bit of a last-minute idea in this type of device, which makes it difficult for tablets with more than capable hardware. The only exception would be the Galaxy Tab S4. It is big, beautiful, has a beautiful OLED and has enough features provided by Samsung to make you forget that you are using Android. The only problem is that it is as expensive as when it was launched, almost a year ago.
It goes without saying that if someone is going to buy this tablet it will only do so at a discount. We hope Amazon sees the benefit of doing it on Prime Day.
We just got this out of the way first: the Galaxy Buds do not need a discount. We only want one. For what they bring to the table, they take the iPods out of the water for $ 70 less. Having said all this, would it be outright theft if the headphones dropped in price, we dare say, below $ 100?
With the fantastic battery life and wireless charging case included, the Galaxy Buds are worth it for their original price, but we would not complain if Prime Day graced these cocoons.
While Oculus Quest has been out for a long time, no one would complain if they even saw a modest discount on Prime Day. The all-in-one VR headset does not require a PC to operate, nor does it have to be connected for a long time. It is easily one of the kit kits with the best appearance and performance on the market today, and losing one or twenty dollars would make it even better.
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