Technology Here are Amazon’s 5 best-selling electronics devices of the week
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FDA-authorizedare on sale at the lowest price ever right now, and are down to the lowest prices of 2020 so far.
Those are the best-selling deals of the week among our readers, but there are other big sales that have also blown but this week.
Here, we’ll check out this week’s list of Amazon’s five best-selling products in its popular electronics category.
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Amazon was swarmed by our readers this past week thanks to a rare sale onthat’s actually still going on today. They’re the only KN95 face masks on Amazon’s site that have been tested by NIOSH and authorized for healthcare use by the FDA, and they were found to filter up to 99.2% of small particles. That’s even better than most 3M N95 masks, so it’s pretty crazy that they’re on sale right now at a discount for a fraction of the price of N95s It’s a big surprise, and it’s a good time to load up because the novel coronavirus isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. and are also down to the best prices we’ve seen since the pandemic began.
Know what else has been huge with our readers this past week? AirPods. Apple’s insanely popularare on sale right now at Amazon’s lowest prices of 2020, and they’ve been flying off the shelves. A bunch of are discounted right now as well, but none of that was popular enough to make Amazon’s top-5 list this week in the massive electronics category. Let’s take a look at which gadgets and accessories made the cut.
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5. Roku Streaming Stick+
Streaming devices were big sellers this week, and the one that landed in the #5 slot is one of the best streamers ever made. It’s thethat launched at $60, but you can snag one right now for just $49.99.
4. Roku Express HD
The aforementioned Roku Streaming Stick+ is indeed a tremendous value at $49, but you can spend even less if you don’t care about 4K resolution or HDR content. That’s why theis this week’s #4 top seller.
3. Echo Dot
The $50is always a best-seller at Amazon and a big part of the reason why is because it often goes on sale for even less than $50. Head over to Amazon now and you cam pick up two Dots on sale for $39.99 each if you check out with the coupon code DOT2PK.
2. Fire TV Stick 4K
In the #2 spot this week, we have thethat’s probably the best streaming media device Amazon has ever made, in terms of value. It also comes with a full year of Food Network Kitchen for free if you grab one right now.
1. Fire TV Stick
The #1 top-seller this week definitely won’t come as a surprise since it’s one of Amazon’s best-selling products of all time. That’s right, it’s the]]> and it’s on sale this week for only $29.99.
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