This deal can't possibly last long, so I'll jump right to it. For a limited time, and while supplies last, Kohl's is offering two 2nd-generation Amazon Echo smart speakers for $79.99 shipped (plus tax) -- a price that also nets you $15 in Kohl's Cash to use before Sept. 11. Regular price for one of these bad-boys: $100. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page.
Right now, it appears all three color options -- charcoal, heather gray and sandstone -- are available, though the latter appears to be limited to in-store pickup.
A week before Prime Day, you could snag a single Echo for $50, but this two-fer deal yields the best per-unit price I can recall seeing. Indeed, this is making me think seriously about replacing a couple Echo Dots, which are fine but obviously don't match the bigger, louder, better sound quality afforded here.
Read CNET's Black Friday pricing.if you want to learn more about the product. My take: You could grab one for yourself and another to gift later this year, and come out way ahead of even
Bonus deal: This Logitech-like Bluetooth keyboard for phones and tablets is just $19.49
Can a tablet take the place of a laptop? A keyboard goes a long way toward making that possible. There are plenty of options out there, but I've always been a fan of Logitech's K480, which has a little slot along the top edge to prop up your tablet (or phone).
It's $50, though, but there are inexpensive alternatives. Like this one: For a limited time, and while supplies last, the iClever Bluetooth Keyboard is $19.49 when you clip the on-page 5%-off coupon and apply promo code 4SGL2GHM at checkout. Regular price: $30.
Similar to the K480, the iClever keyboard can pair with three different devices, including not only phones and tablets, but also Macs and PCs -- pretty much anything that supports a Bluetooth keyboard. iClever promises up to 70 hours of operation before it needs recharging.
As noted, there are plenty of similar options available, but many, if not most, start at $30. Here's your chance to score something for around 33% less.
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