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Best wishes Labor Day tech deals we are able to find this weekend

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All the best Labor Day tech deals we can find this weekend

Ars Technica

Labor Day weekend isn’t called an especially fruitful time for deals on electronics, and in most cases, that is the case again this season. As usual, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, along with other holiday sales toward the finish of the entire year provides bigger savings to those that can afford to hold back.

Having said that, you may still find a small number of notable discounts currently going on for gadgets and gear we like, sofor our latest Dealmaster roundup, we’ve compiled the very best Labor Day tech deals we are able to find below.

The highlights are the lowest prices we’ve tracked for Apple’s 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros, the entry-level versions which are each $400 off at $1,599 and $2,099, respectively. That’s still an excellent chunk of change, clearly, and it’s really worth noting that refreshed versions of the notebooks could possibly be announcedthe moment the following month. The recently overhauled MacBook Air is really a better value for many people looking for a fresh Mac, too. But also for developers, visual creatives, or power users that require the excess ports, multi-core performance, and GPU power the professionals can offer, there’s still value to be enjoyed with one of these deals today.

Beyond that, we’ve also got a fresh low on LG’s C2 OLED TV, plus joint-lows on other well-reviewed 2022 TVs from Samsung and Hisense. We likewise have cheaper-than-usual prices on Apple’s Pencil stylus and high-end AirPods Max headphones, several video gaming, Peacock subscriptions, Sony’s DualSense PS5 controller, gaming monitors, plus much more. You will discover our full curated set of Labor Day deals below.

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Featured deals of your day

Google's second-generation Nest Hub smart display.

Enlarge / Google’s second-generation Nest Hub smart display.

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Electronics deals

Apple's AirPods Max noise-canceling headphones with their included case.

Enlarge / Apple’s AirPods Max noise-canceling headphones making use of their included case.

Jeff Dunn

Laptop and desktop computer deals

The 2021 16-inch MacBook Pro.

Enlarge / The 2021 16-inch MacBook Pro.

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TV and entertainment deals

The Google Chromecast's home screen.

Enlarge / The Google Chromecast’s home screen.

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Gaming deals

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Enlarge / The first-gen (left) and second-gen (right) Apple Pencil styluses. Theformer is forthe bottom iPad and different older models, as the latter works with with newer iPad Pros and iPad Airs, along with the latest iPad Mini.

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