Get These Great Deals on Apple TV 4K, Wireless Chargers, and More

July 27, 2022

Get These Great Deals on Apple TV 4K, Wireless Chargers, and More

How-To Geek Deals featuring Apple, Anker, Hulkvis, Vont, and Cable Matters

The end of July is basically here, and there’s only one way to close it out right. Deals! Check out these sizzling-hot savings on the reader-favorite Apple TV 4K, an editor-recommended wireless charger, a really neat light-bulb-style security camera, and more. Let’s dive in!

Apple TV 4K 2021 For $129.99 ($49.01 Off)

Apple TV 4K 2021 Product Image

With Apple making a big push into streaming sports content — including all Major League Soccer games starting in 2023 — you’re going to need a compatible streaming device to watch all the action. Get this Apple TV 4K (2021) for $129.99 ($49.01 off) and enjoy basking in your favorite movies, TV shows, sports events, and more in glorious — you guess it — 4K. The model featured in today’s offer is the 32 GB version, and although a larger 64 GB model exists, it doesn’t appear to be on sale at the moment.

Anker Wireless Charger For $10.99 ($3 Off)

Person placing phone onto an Anker Wireless Charger

Wires are a hassle. They twist and tangle and short out at inconvenient times, leaving you with an uncharged (or even dead) phone to start your day. Toss out your wires for good with this $10.99 ($3 off) wireless charger from Anker. As one of our favorite chargers of 2022, it features a 10W power output and it’s Qi-certified, so it works with iPhone and Android devices.

Hulkvis Wi-Fi Light Bulb Camera For $19.89 ($20.10 Off)

Hand installing Hulkvis Wi-Fi Light Bulb Camera into a light bulb socket

Hooking up your home with security cameras can be as easy as screwing in a light bulb. This Hulkvis Wi-Fi Light Bulb Camera for $19.89 ($20.10 off) comes with an integrated 1080p lens designed to tilt and spin a full 360 degrees so that it can capture any angle within your home or office. It also features advanced night vision, human-focused motion detection, cloud/micro SD/TF card storage, and support for 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connections.

Vont LED Camping Lantern (2 Pack) For $14.37 ($25.63 Off)

Four Vont LED Camping Lanterns suspended in the sky

Lanterns are great for camping, power outages, and emergency situations, and our recommended budget pick is even cheaper this week. Get a 2-pack of Vont LED Camping Lanterns for $14.37 ($25.63 off), each featuring 30 bright LEDs, 10-foot drop protection, and waterproof capabilities, all packed into a collapsible, lightweight design.

Cable Matters USB to Ethernet Adapter For $12.74 ($7.25 Off)

Cable Matters USB to Ethernet Adapter plugged into a laptop on one end and an ethernet cable on the other

Remember that thing we said about tossing out your wires? Okay, maybe not all of them. Although Wi-Fi is pretty good for most situations, you can always get faster, more stable speeds when you connect your device via Ethernet. With this USB-to-Ethernet adapter from Cable Matters, you can harness transfer speeds of up to 5 Gbps, making it ideal for downloading large files, streaming 4K TV shows, and even gaming in the cloud.

 

 
 

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