The new Fitbit Sense 2 is already 74 percent off at Amazon


‘s black color scheme Fitbit’s brand new Sense 2 smart watch “premium fitness tracker” sells for only $79.95 at Amazon. Other colors cost $199.99, which is itself a $100 price reduction. The edge‘s Victoria Song only reviewed this model a handful of weeks ago, so it’s strange but very cool to see it already so discounted.

It has class-leading stress tracking, improved comfort over the first-generation Sense model, and a redesigned user interface. If you need a well-built, well-designed fitness tracker, this deal could have your name on it. As for the flaws, they’re not quite as damning as the Sense 2 costs just $80. At full price, it’s hard to recommend the Google Pixel Watch, which is a lot smarter thanks to Google Assistant integration, third-party app support, and more.

Amazon and Target still run a lot on one set of two Blink Mini wired home security cameras. Normally $34.99 for just one, you can get two for $29.99 in both black or white. Blink is far from the only company making solid budget-friendly home cameras, but these are decent for the price. Each camera can record 1080p images with night vision during the day and night, and the microphone and speaker provide two-way audio. You can watch a live view of the Blink Mini if ​​you have an Amazon Echo Show smart display or on your TV via a Fire TV streaming device connected to Alexa. Read our review.

Getting two for the price of one is a great deal, but as with most cameras, there are some features that come with a subscription or require an extra accessory. Since the Blink Mini does not have a microSD card slot for local storage, you have the $34.99 Blink Sync Module 2 local recordings. In addition, if you pay $3 per month (per device), you get more robust features with the Blink Basic Subscriptionsuch as 60 days video history, motion detection video recording and more.

Samsung’s rugged T7 Shield USB-C portable drive with 1TB of storage has fallen to its lowest price yet at Amazon and Best Buy. Each color, including black, beige and blue, costs $89.99. If you’re looking for a relatively affordable option that offers decent protection from drops and the elements, this could be a good solution. It has an IP65 rating for water and dust resistance and can withstand drops of up to 9.8 feet. Samsung says the rubber coating helps dissipate heat and keep scuffs and scratches away. Read more coverage here.

In terms of specifications, the sequential write speed of the T7 Shield is estimated to be up to 1,000 MB/s, while the sequential read speed can reach up to 1,050 MB/s. (Note: Random read and write speeds are typically slower.) The T7 Shield is compatible with computers, Android phones, game consoles, and more. Each drive comes with a USB-C to C cable and a USB-C to A cable.


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