Massive Prime Day preview ahead of Father's Day — 49 deals I recommend from $19

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June can be a quiet month for deals, but leave it to Amazon to shake things up. The retailer is offering a Prime Day like sale on Alexa-powered devices. Even better, if you're still shopping Father's Day sales many of these items make for great gifts. 

As part of the sale, Amazon smart devices are on sale from $19. I always recommend shopping Amazon hardware on Prime Day, but if you need a last-minute gift for dad, the sale includes discounted Echo Dots, Fire TV Sticks, Blink Doorbells, and more. Below I've rounded up the best sales you can get. Remember, there's a good chance many of these items will be cheaper come Prime Day, but if you need a Father's Day gift asap, these are your best bets. Alternatively, if you're looking for a new TV, Amazon has an epic sale on some of our favorite TVs.

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Audio

Echo Pop w/ Smart Bulb: was $49 now $19 @ AmazonPrice check: $19 @ Best Buy

Echo Pop w/ Smart Bulb: was $49 now $19 @ Amazon
This is the cheapest Alexa speaker offered by Amazon and it’s now been slashed to an even lower price. In our Echo Pop review, we said the speaker sounds great for its size. It lacks the temperature and motion sensors of the Echo Dot, but the Echo Pop still allows you to set timers, control your other smart home devices and more.
Price check: $19 @ Best Buy

Echo Dot (5th Gen): was $49 now $29 @ Amazon

Echo Dot (5th Gen): was $49 now $29 @ Amazon
The 2022 Echo Dot is one of the best Alexa speakers you can buy if you're on a budget. It features eero built-in and a room temperature sensor that can initiate certain Alexa smart home routines. This deal includes a free Sengled smart bulb. 

Amazon Echo Auto: was $54 now $34 @ AmazonPrice check: $34 @ Best Buy

Amazon Echo Auto: was $54 now $34 @ Amazon
Bring Alexa into your car with the Amazon Echo Auto. In our Amazon Echo Auto review, we called it a much more refined version of its predecessor. We also liked the new design, improved microphones, and roadside assistance.
Price check: $34 @ Best Buy

Echo Dot with Clock: was $59 now $44 @ AmazonPrice check: $44 @ Best Buy

Echo Dot with Clock: was $59 now $44 @ Amazon
The Echo Dot with Clock (5th Gen) packs Alexa functionality and a great speaker into a compact shell. The addition of the LED clock display makes it our favorite Alexa speaker. We also love the built-in Eero WiFi extender and the room temperature sensor. If you're an Alexa newbie or want to update an older Echo, this Echo Dot with Clock is the best smart speaker and best smart home device you could buy. 
Price check: $44 @ Best Buy

Echo Buds with ANC: was $119 now $44 @ Amazon

Echo Buds with ANC: was $119 now $44 @ Amazon
Previously known as the Echo Buds 2, the Echo Buds with Active Noise Cancelation offer good sound quality and great integration with Alexa. As their new name suggests, they also offer active noise cancelation that does a solid job blocking outside distractions. In our Echo Buds 2 review, we said they were a great cheap AirPods Pro alternative.

Echo Dot (5th Gen) Kids Owl w/ Echo Glow: was $89 now $54 @ Amazon

Echo Dot (5th Gen) Kids Owl w/ Echo Glow: was $89 now $54 @ Amazon
The Echo Dot Kids Edition comes with 1 year of Amazon Kids+ ($4.99/month afterwards), which includes  kid-friendly Audible books, interactive games, fun morning routines, and educational Alexa skills. It also has parental controls, so your child can listen to age-appropriate music, set time limits, and let you monitor their activity. This deal also comes with the Echo Glow, so your kid can learn how to create Alexa routines. 

Echo (4th Gen): was $109 now $64 @ AmazonPrice check: $59 @ Best Buy

Echo (4th Gen): was $109 now $64 @ Amazon
The 4th-gen Amazon Echo is the best smart speaker you'll find for less than $100. In addition to its new orb-like shape, it packs a host of new features — such as a built-in Zigbee hub — that makes the new Echo the foundation of your smart home devices. This is its second-lowest price ever as it hit $49 last Black Friday. 
Price check: $59 @ Best Buy

Fire TV Soundbar: was $119 now $99 @ Amazon

Fire TV Soundbar: was $119 now $99 @ Amazon
The Fire TV Soundbar is a great cheap option to boost your Fire TV's audio. It supports DTS Virtual:X and Dolby Audio, plus Bluetooth connectivity so it won't hog a valuable HDMI port. There's no Dolby Atmos, but for this price it's not too bad.

Smart home

Amazon Smart Plug: was $25 now $19 @ Amazon

Amazon Smart Plug: was $25 now $19 @ Amazon
Amazon's own smart plug is the simplest to use provided that you have an Alexa smart home setup. There's no need to use a separate hub or app and this plug instantly pairs with your Alexa account for seamless integration into routines, easy touch controls, and voice commands.

Echo Glow Multicolor Smart Lamp: was $29 now $19 @ Amazon

Echo Glow Multicolor Smart Lamp: was $29 now $19 @ Amazon
When paired with an Alexa speaker, the Echo Glow becomes a smart lamp. You can change the color, as well as adjust the brightness and initiate morphing light modes using either the Alexa app or voice commands.

Star Wars Stormtrooper Stand for Echo Dot: was $39 now $29 @ Amazon

Star Wars Stormtrooper Stand for Echo Dot: was $39 now $29 @ Amazon
The Darth Vader version of this Echo Dot stand may have vanished as if carried away by a spinning TIE Fighter, but diehard Star wars fans will not be denied. This Echo Dot stand will make your Alexa speaker look like a Stormtrooper. It's compatible with the Echo Dot 4th and 5th generations. You can also opt for a Baby Grogu-inspired stand for $15.

Fire TV Stick 4K Max (2023): was $59 now $39 @ Amazon

Fire TV Stick 4K Max (2023): was $59 now $39 @ Amazon
The Fire TV Stick 4K Max (2023) is one of the best streaming devices available. It sports an upgraded 2GHz processor and faster Wi-Fi 6E tri-band support. You also get Dolby Vision/HDR10/HDR10+/HLG support on the video front and Dolby Digital Plus/Dolby Atmos support on the audio side. In our Fire TV Stick 4K Max review, we said it offers excellent 4K HDR quality, fast performance, and access to every app you could want.

Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor:was $70 now $54 @ Amazon

Amazon Smart Air Quality Monitor: was $70 now $54 @ Amazon
Keep an eye on indoor air quality in an easy-to-understand score. This gadget sucks in air to break down humidity, harmful particles, and temperature to rate the quality of your environment. You can use it to kick off routines like turning on your Alexa-enabled devices such as air purifiers, dehumidifiers, and fans when the indoor air quality drops too low. 

Amazon Smart Thermostat: was $80 now $63 @ Amazon

Amazon Smart Thermostat: was $80 now $63 @ Amazon
Amazon Smart Thermostat’s smarts come via Alexa Hunches. The virtual assistant is at the center of the experience and can set your preferred temperatures based on how you interact with the best smart home devices. For example, it will figure out what hours you go to sleep at night and lower your temperatures.

Echo Show 5 (3rd Gen):was $99 now $64 @ Amazon

Echo Show 5 (3rd Gen): was $99 now $64 @ Amazon
The ideal smart home centerpiece, the Amazon Echo Show 5 crams a lot of features into a small package. Perfect as an alarm clock or a kitchen companion, you can watch videos, get news/weather updates, and take video calls in seconds. This third-generation model is currently on sale for $64. 

Echo Show 5 Kids (3rd Gen): was $99 now $74 @ Amazon

Echo Show 5 Kids (3rd Gen): was $99 now $74 @ Amazon
The Kids edition of the Echo Show 5 includes 1 year of Amazon Kids Plus, a subscription service that provides access to kid-friendly shows, books, music and more. You can also use parental controls to manage how your children use the device. Otherwise, the Echo Show 5 Kids is a great smart display that lets you make video calls to approved contacts, get help with homework, watch videos and more.

Echo Show 8 (3rd Gen): was $149 now $94 @ Amazon

Echo Show 8 (3rd Gen): was $149 now $94 @ Amazon
The Echo Show 8 is one of the best smart displays for budget-minded shoppers. Its sharp 13MP lens has a wide-angle lens that can center you when you're on video calls. Combine this with speedy performance, improved speakers and a dedicated Zigbee smart home hub and you have our favorite smart display Amazon has made.

eero 6+: was $139 now $109 @ Amazon

eero 6+: was $139 now $109 @ Amazon
The eero 6+ is a mesh Wi-Fi system with Wi-Fi 6 support. The devices themselves are absolutely tiny compared to other mesh routers which means they're easy to place throughout your home. Besides the reliability and simple setup that comes with eero's mesh routers, there's also a number of interesting extra features. For instance, you can use an Echo Dot as a mesh extender for free, but if you sign up for an eero Plus subscription, eero Internet Backup lets you use your phone's hotspot to get your home network back online. 

Amazon Fire TV Cube (2022): was $139 now $109 @ Amazon

Amazon Fire TV Cube (2022): was $139 now $109 @ Amazon
The Amazon Fire TV Cube 2022 is on sale at its lowest price ever. This device offers speedy performance and an easy-to-use interface. It also comes with an Ethernet port, USB-A, and HDMI-in. If you want a premium streaming device, this is the gadget to get. In our Amazon Fire TV Cube 2022 review, we said the 3rd Generation Fire TV Cube is the best Fire TV yet, combining best-in-class speed with a new remote and an extra HDMI port for all of us device-jugglers.

Echo Frames (3rd gen): was $299 now $249 @ Amazon

Echo Frames (3rd gen): was $299 now $249 @ Amazon
Amazon's digital assistant is invading new territory: Your face. These smart glasses make your life easier by letting you complete tasks hands-free. You can ask for the latest news, weather, or have them play music via their built-in speakers. They also work with Siri and Google Assistant. In our Amazon Echo Frames 3rd gen review, we said they're Amazon's best glasses to date injecting some much-needed style into the smart glasses category, while improving audio quality and boosting battery life.

Security

Blink Mini 2: was $39 now $29 @ Amazon
The Blink Mini 2 is Blink's new indoor and outdoor security camera. It's weatherproof and comes with several useful features like color night vision, person detection and an easy-to-use companion app. We noted in our Blink Mini 2 review that it didn't have the best sound quality, but if you want a cheap security camera with Alexa integration you can't go wrong here.
Price check: $29 @ Best Buy

Blink Mini 2: was $39 now $29 @ Amazon
The Blink Mini 2 is Blink's new indoor and outdoor security camera. It's weatherproof and comes with several useful features like color night vision, person detection and an easy-to-use companion app. We noted in our Blink Mini 2 review that it didn't have the best sound quality, but if you want a cheap security camera with Alexa integration you can't go wrong here.
Price check: $29 @ Best Buy

Ring Indoor Cam 2nd Gen (2023): was $59 now $39 @ Amazon

Ring Indoor Cam 2nd Gen (2023): was $59 now $39 @ Amazon
The new Ring Indoor Cam (2023) records 1080p video, is equipped with a built-in siren to ward off intruders, and has advanced zone customization that only sends notifications if motion is detected where it shouldn't be. It's smaller than the first-generation model and now includes a physical privacy shutter. This is the lowest price we've seen to date. 

Blink Mini Camera (3-Pack): was $69 now $39 @ Amazon

Blink Mini Camera (3-Pack): was $69 now $39 @ Amazon
If you need to cover multiple rooms on a budget you can grab three Blink Minis for just $49 (just a single Blink Mini costs $29). These affordable cameras still pack a crisp 1080p resolution which makes out people and objects in motion. Notifications hit your devices within seconds and the cameras' infrared night vision mode makes it easy to see what's happening even in pitch-black rooms like a basement. Keep in mind that if you're away often and want to save recordings, you'll need to pay a subscription fee. However, they make great monitors for motion notifications and dropping into live feeds to check up on kids, pets and even doorway activity.

Blink Video Doorbell w/ Sync Module 2: was $69 now $48 @ Amazon
Blink's video doorbell can be installed on any doorway since it runs on battery power, but it can also be wired into your existing setup to tap into your home's chime. This is an inexpensive way to monitor your property and talk to visitors via two-way audio. The included Sync module means you can store video locally without paying a monthly subscription.
Price check: $48 @ Best Buy

Blink Video Doorbell w/ Sync Module 2: was $69 now $48 @ Amazon
Blink's video doorbell can be installed on any doorway since it runs on battery power, but it can also be wired into your existing setup to tap into your home's chime. This is an inexpensive way to monitor your property and talk to visitors via two-way audio. The included Sync module means you can store video locally without paying a monthly subscription.
Price check: $48 @ Best Buy

Ring Video Doorbell: was $99 now $59 @ Amazon

Ring Video Doorbell: was $99 now $59 @ Amazon
The wireless Ring Video Doorbell comes with 1080p video recording, motion detection, and night vision. It's also got a rechargeable battery and can be installed without much hassle. In our Ring Video doorbell (2nd gen) review, we called it the best video doorbell you can get for under $100.

Blink Outdoor 4: was $99 now $59 @ Amazon
The Blink Outdoor is a fully wireless home security camera that records video in 1080p, lets you store video locally (or in the cloud), and has a two-year battery life. The Editor's Choice camera holds a spot in our list of the best home security cameras.
Price check: $59 @ Best Buy

Blink Outdoor 4: was $99 now $59 @ Amazon
The Blink Outdoor is a fully wireless home security camera that records video in 1080p, lets you store video locally (or in the cloud), and has a two-year battery life. The Editor's Choice camera holds a spot in our list of the best home security cameras.
Price check: $59 @ Best Buy

Blink Floodlight Camera: was $129 now $79 @ Amazon

Blink Floodlight Camera: was $129 now $79 @ Amazon
This bundle gets you a Blink Outdoor 4 Camera (Battery) and a Blink Floodlight Mount for $50 off their combined price. This wireless setup runs entirely on battery so it can be placed on virtually any surface without existing floodlight wiring. It's perfect for use in dark areas like on a shed or the side of your home. 

Ring Solar Steplight: was $109 now $79 @ Amazon

Ring Solar Steplight: was $109 now $79 @ Amazon
In our tests, the Ring Solar Steplight was easy to install and gave off plenty of light to illuminate our steps. It features motion detection to save on energy too. This deal includes a Ring Bridge, giving you access to smart features including remote control. Check out our Ring Solar Step Light review for more info on its performance. 

Aqara 2K Security Indoor Camera Hub G3: was $109 now $82 @ Amazon

Aqara 2K Security Indoor Camera Hub G3: was $109 now $82 @ Amazon
The Aqara G3 is an AI-enabled home security camera that can detect faces, gestures, and pets. It has a 2K pixel sensor for crystal clear image quality. It also sports a 110 degree wide angle lens coupled with pan and tilt motors to provide a full 360-degree viewing angle. Click the on-page digital coupon to save $22 and use coupon code "USFATHGF" at check out to save an extra $5.50.

Ring Spotlight 2-Pack w/ Bridge:was $129 now $99 @ Amazon

Ring Spotlight 2-Pack w/ Bridge: was $129 now $99 @ Amazon
You don't need existing wiring for these battery-powered spotlights, which shine a light on paths or subjects when they detect motion. They effortlessly link to other Ring and smart home devices through the Alexa smart home app. The lights are rated at 400 lumens each, and their batteries should last up to a year on a charge.

Aqara Smart Lock U50: was $149 now $109 @ Amazon

Aqara Smart Lock U50: was $149 now $109 @ Amazon
The U50 is a smart door lock that's fully integrated into Apple Home. It can be unlocked with the Apple Home Key by simply tapping an iPhone or Apple Watch, even when the iPhone or Apple Watch is out of power. Click the on-page digital coupon to save $25 and use coupon code "USFAMETG" at check out to save an extra $15. 

Blink Whole Home Bundle: was $199 now $131 @ Amazon

Blink Whole Home Bundle: was $199 now $131 @ Amazon
Secure your home inside and out with Amazon's Blink Whole Home Bundle. It includes the Outdoor 4, Mini 2, Video Doorbell, and Sync Module 2. Combined, the devices will help you keep tabs on all corners of your house. It's $68 cheaper than buying each device separately and it includes the Sync Module 2, so you can store video locally without paying a monthly subscription.

Ring Battery Doorbell Plus: was $179 now $119 @ Amazon

Ring Battery Doorbell Plus: was $179 now $119 @ Amazon
Want vertical head-to-toe video and package detection missing on from the entry-level Ring Doorbell? Then this is the Ring doorbell you want. In our Ring Battery Doorbell Plus review, we found it delivered excellent sqaured video that shows what's happening closer to your front door, was easy to install, and its battery lasted a good long time, too.

Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus: was $199 now $139 @ Amazon

Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Plus: was $199 now $139 @ Amazon
If you have floodlight wiring then Ring's floodlight camera is a no-brainer. Its two LED floodlights pack an impressive 2000 lumens that will light up your driveway or spotlight intruders in the dark. Its 1080p camera is plenty sharp to make out details like the text on a shirt. Plus it even has a built-in 105-dB siren. Unlike the pricier Ring Floodlight Cam Pro, it lacks 5GHz Wi-Fi and the Bird's Eye View feature which marks a subject's movement along your property atop an aerial map. Otherwise, this provides steady protection with a crisp image.

Ring Stick Up Cam Pro w/ Battery: was $180 now $139 @ Amazon

Ring Stick Up Cam Pro w/ Battery: was $180 now $139 @ Amazon
Ring's Pro indoor and outdoor camera has 3D motion detection for higher accuracy and Bird's Eye View to more precisely track a subject's path. Its HDR video is sharper and has more vibrant colors to show more detail in shadows or really bright spots.

AqaraU100 Smart Lock: was $229 now $140 @ Amazon

Aqara U100 Smart Lock: was $229 now $140 @ Amazon
The Aqara U100 Smart Lock is loaded with ways to access your home like a built-in fingerprint scanner, keypad app or mechanical key. Plus, you can unlock with your iPhone or Apple Watch, even if they're out of power. Click the on-page digital coupon to save $30 and use coupon code "USFAMETG" at check out to save an extra $19. 

4-Pack Blink Outdoor 4: was $339 now $169 @ Amazon
The Blink Outdoor 4

4-Pack Blink Outdoor 4: was $339 now $169 @ Amazon
The Blink Outdoor 4 is one of the most popular models for keeping tabs on what's happening outside of the home. With this bundle, you'll get four fully wireless security cameras that shoot crisp 1080p video both inside and outdoors for up to two years straight. The security camera earned our Editor’s Choice award and is one of the best home security cameras we’ve tested. This sale brings the Blink Outdoor 4 camera down to its lowest price ever.

Blink Outdoor 4 Bundle: was $259 now $199 @ Amazon

Blink Outdoor 4 Bundle: was $259 now $199 @ Amazon
This bundle includes everything you need to secure your home. It comes with the two Blink Outdoor 4 cameras, a wired floodlight camera, mini pan/tilt camera, Sync Module 2, and three mounting kits. The cameras offer 1080p HD live view, infrared night vision, and crisp two-way audio.

5-pack of Blink Outdoor 4 cameras: was $399 now $199 @ Amazon

5-pack of Blink Outdoor 4 cameras: was $399 now $199 @ Amazon
The Blink Outdoor 4 is one of the more popular models for keeping tabs on what's happening outside of the home. Right now, Amazon is offering five cameras for $199. You don't need to worry about wires with the Blink Outdoor 4, and it promises up to two years of battery life, so it'll keep tabs on what's going around your home for a long time. The bundle also includes one Sync Module, ten AA lithium batteries and five mounting kits, so you get everything you need to get going.

TVs

TV sale: deals from $79 @ AmazonPrice check: from $79 @ Best Buy | from $74 @ Walmart

TV sale: deals from $79 @ Amazon
Amazon has smart TVs on sale for as low as $69. Keep in mind, the cheap TVs tend to be smaller, 1080p models (which are more suitable for a children's room or guest room). However, the sale also includes larger sets. These are among the cheapest TVs we've seen from Amazon. By comparison, Best Buy is offering a similar sale with prices from $79.
Price check: from $79 @ Best Buy | from $74 @ Walmart

Amazon 2-Series 40" Fire TV: was $249 now $189 @ Amazon

Amazon 2-Series 40" Fire TV: was $249 now $189 @ Amazon
If you don't need 4K resolution, this 2-Series is a budget smart TV with 1080p resolution and support for HDR 10, HLG, and Dolby Digital Audio. The included Fire TV Alexa Voice Remote lets you find your favorite content, get sports scores, control smart home devices, and more with the sound of your voice.

Amazon 4-Series 43" Fire 4K TV: was $369 now $249 @ Amazon

Amazon 4-Series 43" Fire 4K TV: was $369 now $249 @ Amazon
Amazon's 4-Series of Fire TVs are a less expensive option to the Omni Series. However, they still offer features like HDR support (HDR10/HLG) and Alexa integration (via the remote control). Plus, it operates on Amazon's Fire OS, which makes streaming your favorite apps easier than ever. 

Insignia 55" F30 4K Fire TV: was $349 now $249 @ Amazon

Insignia 55" F30 4K Fire TV: was $349 now $249 @ Amazon
The Insignia F30 (2024) is one of the cheapest 4K TVs you can buy. In our Insignia F30 Fire TV review, we called it one of the best bargain TVs around. This 4K TV features HDR10 support, DTS Studio Sound, an Alexa-enabled voice remote, and three HDMI ports. Plus, as a Fire TV, you've got easy access to all the streaming apps you could want.

Amazon 55" 4K Omni Fire TV: was $549 now $389 @ Amazon

Amazon 55" 4K Omni Fire TV: was $549 now $389 @ Amazon
The 55-inch Omni Fire TV is the latest TV in Amazon's TV lineup. This new smaller size brings HDR 10/HLG support to a smaller 4K screen for those who can't fit a 50-inch or larger TV into their living room. In our Amazon Fire TV Omni review, we said it's solid for gaming thanks to its low lag time, but you should only buy it when it's on sale as there are better/cheaper options for your money. It sold for $99 on Prime Day, but that was a rare invite-only deal that few people got. 

Amazon 55" Fire 4K QLED TV: was $599 now $429 @ Amazon

Amazon 55" Fire 4K QLED TV: was $599 now $429 @ Amazon
Score some epic savings on this 55-inch Amazon Fire QLED TV, which leverages slick specs at an affordable price. It features Dolby Vision and HDR10+ support, in addition to Alexa integration for hands-free prompts. You also have access to all of your favorite content at a clip thanks to the Amazon Fire platform. In our Amazon Fire TV Omni QLED review, we said the TV is a solid pick for anyone who wants to stick within Amazon's ecosystem. 

Tablets

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2023): was $139 now $94 @ Amazon

Amazon Fire HD 10 (2023): was $139 now $94 @ Amazon
The current-gen Fire HD 10 Tablet features a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 display, octa-core 2GHz CPU, 3GB of RAM, and comes with 32GB of storage space. You also get 5MP front/rear cameras and USB-C connectivity. It's been as cheap as $79 in the past, but this is still a solid deal.

Fire HD 8 Kids Pro (32GB): was $149 now $99 @ Amazon

Fire HD 8 Kids Pro (32GB): was $149 now $99 @ Amazon
Built on the impressive Amazon Fire HD 8 Pro, this kid-friendly tablet boasts an impressive 13-hour battery life, 32 GB of storage, and ad-free content. It is normally $149, but currently just $99 during this sale. Designed for "big kids", aged 6-12 it also comes with a year of Amazon Kids+ content and a child-friendly case.

Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro (2023): was $189 now $149 @ Amazon
If you need a tablet for your kids, you can't go wrong with the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro. This slate features an 10.1-inch display, 32GB of storage, and 3GB of RAM. It also has parental controls and a 2-year warranty.
Price check: $149 @ Best Buy

Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro (2023): was $189 now $149 @ Amazon
If you need a tablet for your kids, you can't go wrong with the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro. This slate features an 10.1-inch display, 32GB of storage, and 3GB of RAM. It also has parental controls and a 2-year warranty.
Price check: $149 @ Best Buy

Fire Max 11 Tablet: was $229 now $179 @ Amazon

Fire Max 11 Tablet: was $229 now $179 @ Amazon
The Fire Max 11 tablet is the best Fire tablet you can buy. It has a bright 11-inch 2K (2000 x 1200) display, 2.2GHz octa-core Mediatek MT8188J CPU, 4GB RAM, and 8MP cameras on the front and back. USB-C charging and a MicroSD card slot are also included. In our Fire Max 11 review we called it Amazon's new top-tier Fire tablet. 

Kindle Scribe: was $339 now $239 @ Amazon
The Kindle Scribe is the first Amazon e-reader you can write on. It has a 10.2-inch 300 ppi display, an adjustable light, and comes with the Premium Pen included. You can handwrite sticky notes on your Kindle books, edit documents, and create notebooks and journals. In our Kindle Scribe review we said its larger screen size, screen quality, and general design are great for reading, but make it a tough sell at its full price. Now on sale, it's a batter bargain and easier to recommend.
Price check: sold out @ Best Buy | $239 @ Target

Kindle Scribe: was $339 now $239 @ Amazon
The Kindle Scribe is the first Amazon e-reader you can write on. It has a 10.2-inch 300 ppi display, an adjustable light, and comes with the Premium Pen included. You can handwrite sticky notes on your Kindle books, edit documents, and create notebooks and journals. In our Kindle Scribe review we said its larger screen size, screen quality, and general design are great for reading, but make it a tough sell at its full price. Now on sale, it's a batter bargain and easier to recommend.
Price check: sold out @ Best Buy | $239 @ Target

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor-in-chief at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets, appliances, and apparel. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. He's also always on the look out for the best coupon codes to use when shopping. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.