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An inflatable lounger for your summer outings, a one-day backsplash tile sale, and a preorder discount on next year’s most highly anticipated game lead off Saturday’s best deals from around the web.

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Today’s Best Tech Deals

12.9quot; iPad Pro (64GB-1TB) | $824-$1,529 | Amazon11quot; iPad Pro (64GB - 1TB) | $674-$1399 | Amazon9.7quot; iPad | $249-$328 | Amazon
12.9″ iPad Pro (64GB-1TB) | $824-$1,529 | Amazon
11″ iPad Pro (64GB – 1TB) | $674-$1399 | Amazon
9.7″ iPad | $249-$328 | Amazon

12.9″ iPad Pro (64GB-1TB) | $824-$1,529 | Amazon

Whether you require the raw power, advanced screen, and superior camera, and USB-C connectivity of the latest and greatest iPad Pros, or if the standard 9.7 iPad can fulfill your tablet needs, Amazon’s offering all of Apple’s latest tablets for some of the best prices we’ve seen.

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Depending on capacity and color, the mammoth 12.9″ iPad Pro is available for as low as $824 (an all-time low), and the 11″ Pro is on sale for as low as $699, with larger discounts available on higher capacities.

Don’t need the Pro? The standard iPad (which works with Apple Pencil now) is also on sale for $249-$328, depending on the capacity you choose. If you need help deciding which one’s right for you, Apple has a handy comparison chart here.


Logitech K750 Solar Keyboard | $40 | Amazon
Logitech K750 Solar Keyboard | $40 | Amazon
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What if you never had to charge your wireless keyboard? That’s the idea behind the Logitech K750, which uses a strip of solar panels to soak up the light in your office and keep running essentially forever. It’s like the calculator you used in school, but a lot bigger.

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It normally sells for $50-$60, but Amazon’s marked it down to $40 today. It has dropped to $37.50 on a few occasions (mostly Logitech Gold Boxes), but otherwise, this is a great deal.


Circle with Disney | $24 | Amazon

Disney is apparently a consumer electronics company now, and their Circle seems like a must-buy piece of gear for every parent.

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Circle syncs with your home Wi-Fi, and lets you set content filters, app-by-app time limits, and a whole lot more on any iOS or Android device. I honestly have no clue how this works (Disney magic, I guess?), but reviews are solid, and today’s $24 price is the best we’ve ever seen.

Today’s Best Home Deals

Art3D Backsplash Tile Gold Box | Amazon
Art3D Backsplash Tile Gold Box | Amazon
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I’ve seen a lot of Amazon Gold Boxes over the years, but I’m pretty sure this is the first time I’ve seen one on backsplash tiles.

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Today only, you can choose from several styles from Art3D, most of which are made from gorgeous Mother of Pearl seashells. The Mother of Pearl tiles are thin, reflecting the natural thinness of the shells, but they aren’t backsplash stickers; they’re real. The resin options however, are thicker.

Today’s Best Gaming Deals

Preorder Cyberpunk 2077 [PS4] | $50 | Amazon
Preorder Cyberpunk 2077 [Xbox One] | $50 | Amazon

Cyberpunk 2077, a game featuring Keanu Reeves from the folks that brought you The Witcher (which is as sure a recipe for success as anything in the gaming industry), isn’t out until next year, but you can save $10 by preordering your copy right now.

That deal is valid on both the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game, you won’t be charged until it ships, and if it happens to get any cheaper between now and release day, you’ll automatically be charged the lowest price.


Hori D-Pad Handheld Mode Switch Controller | $19-$20 | Amazon
Hori D-Pad Handheld Mode Switch Controller | $19-$20 | Amazon
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Hori’s D-Pad Switch controller isn’t without its compromises—notably, it only works in handheld mode, and the fact that it drains your Switch’s battery while it’s asleep—but for some games, there’s simply no substitute for a good D-pad.

It’s been priced at $25 since it came out last year, but today, Amazon’s marked both the Zelda and Mario-themed controllers down to $20.


GoSports LED Light-Up Cornhole | $75 | Amazon
GoSports LED Light-Up Cornhole | $75 | Amazon
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Cornhole is our readers’ favorite lawn game, and with good reason: everyone knows how to play it, it rewards skill while still being inviting to newcomers, and you can play it with one hand while you hold a drink in another.

This set from GoSports isn’t regulation sized, but it’s big enough for a casual game. But the most noteworthy feature is the light-up ring, which can run for over 24 hours off of three AA batteries. Cornhole was never a nighttime activity, but now, you can go best out of three, five, seven…however long it takes for you to win, even if the sun goes down.

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Anker SoundCore Arc Bluetooth Headphones | $25 | Amazon | Promo code SDCARC3261
Anker SoundCore Arc Bluetooth Headphones | $25 | Amazon | Promo code SDCARC3261

Anker’s new SoundCore Arcs are, by my count, the company’s 47,000th iteration on wireless headphones in the last three years, and they appear to be one of the best sets yet for working out.

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IPX5 water resistance is great for warding off sweat, the earhooks keep them firmly anchored in your ears while you run, and the oversized 10mm drivers should produce great sound quality. The standout feature here though is the 10 hour battery, which is about as good as it gets at this size and price point.

Even if you already have a set of Bluetooth headphones that you like, it’s never a bad idea to grab a spare for your gym bag or luggage, just in case you forget your daily drivers. You can save $15 today with promo code SDCARC3261.


Apple iPad Air/iPad Pro 10.5quot; Smart Keyboard Cover | $80 | Amazon
Apple iPad Air/iPad Pro 10.5″ Smart Keyboard Cover | $80 | Amazon
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This Apple Smart keyboard is advertised as being made for the 10.5″ iPad Pro, which of course, is no longer being made. But it also works perfectly with the brand new 10.5″ iPad Air, if you picked that up in lieu of the 11″ Pro.

On the one hand, $80 is a lot to spend on an iPad keyboard, even one that uses Apple’s Smart Connector and doubles as a case. On the other, that’s half what it cost when it first came out, and it’s very well regarded.


Seagate IronWolf 12TB Drive | $360 | Amazon
Seagate IronWolf 12TB Drive | $360 | Amazon
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While we often like to say that one cannot have too much storage, the Seagate IronWolf 12TB Drive may be too much… for most people. But for anyone with a ton of data or an empty slot in their NAS, this 12TB is currently $60 off its normal price and a solid bargain.

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This Seagate drive offers speedy performance and is designed to run 24/7, perfect to store all of the data in your life.


Anker PowerLine II Lightning Cable 6 | $10 | Amazon | Promo code ANKERPL6Anker PowerLine II Lightning Cable 10 | $10 | Amazon | Promo code ANKERPL10
Anker PowerLine II Lightning Cable 6′ | $10 | Amazon | Promo code ANKERPL6
Anker PowerLine II Lightning Cable 10′ | $10 | Amazon | Promo code ANKERPL10

Anker’s PowerLine and PowerLine+ cables were already our readers’ favorite charging cables, but the PowerLine II line is even stronger, and comes with a hassle-free lifetime warranty.

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Think about that for a second. If your cable ever fails, instead of going out and buying a new one, you can just request a free replacement. Obviously, cable standards will become obsolete over time, Anker might not be in business by the time the sun explodes, and they probably won’t replace it if you, like, purposely set it on fire. But under normal circumstances, this could really be the last charging cable you buy.

That being said, your PowerLine II probably isn’t breaking any time soon. Anker claims it’s 40% stronger than the previous model, and it definitely feels heavy duty in the hand. The plugs are thicker and have longer collars than the previous version, and the cable itself is pretty thick and stiff compared to what you might be used to. It’s not the prettiest cable, but it’s clearly built to last.

The 6′ cable is marked down to $9.74 today with promo code ANKERPL6, or you can get a 10′ version for $10.49 with code ANKERPL10. In both cases, you can choose whatever color you’d like.

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