Nanoleaf’s latest sale knocks its colorful smart light starter kits to as low as $50

Clever lighting accessories make cute decoration for the home and dorm room, but they are often expensive. However, now through September 5, Nanoleaf’s Back to School Sale makes it a little more affordable to brighten up your dorm room or home. Right now, you can buy Nanoleaf’s Colorful Mini Triangle Starter Kit for just $49.99 ($70 off) on Amazon and directly from Nanoleaf itself. The kit consists of five small triangles that you can customize according to the type of layout you prefer, as well as a controller and a power supply. All of the lights integrate with Apple’s Siri, Amazon’s Alexa, and Google Assistant, and you can sync them to music or even lights from your games for a more immersive experience.

However, if you want something bigger and don’t mind paying more, Nanoleaf’s Lines Starter Kit, which consists of an adapter as well as nine backlit light bars that you can stick to your wall, behind a gaming monitor or your TV, are also on sale. These bars are capable of displaying colored lights in a variety of patterns and are also compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Assistant and Thread. They can also sync with your music and games, while the companion app has 19 preloaded scenes you can use to create a sunset effect or nightclub vibe in your home. Typically $199.99, you can buy these for $179.99 on Amazon and direct from Nanoleaf. It’s a small discount but still worthwhile, especially since – while we consider them some of the best artistic LED lights on the market – we were initially put off by their price. Read our review.

Nanoleaf Smart Line Kit

The Nanoleaf Lines Smarter Kit comes with an adapter and nine LED light bars, allowing you to add color to your wall in a variety of patterns. The lights can also sync to your music and reflect colors on your screen or use an assortment of preloaded scenes through a companion app.

If you often listen to music while running or cycling outside, and if you live in a busy city, a good pair of headphones that actually let you hear oncoming cars and d other noises could protect you. That’s why the OpenRun headphones from Shokz – the successor to the AfterShokz Aeropex that we loved and reviewed a few years ago – are so great. Unlike conventional wireless headphones, they don’t cover your ears, but transmit sound via bone conduction so you stay aware of your surroundings. Plus, they can handle a bit of rain too, with an IP67 water resistance rating. Normally $129.95, right now they’re available in a variety of colors for $103.95 on Amazon and Shokz, which is one of the best prices we’ve seen for these buds.

Shokz OpenRun Open Face Helmet

These open-ear headphones deliver bone conduction sound instead of covering your ears, helping you stay present during indoor and outdoor activities. They have IP67 dust and water resistance.

If you’re looking for a powerful and highly portable laptop, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano is a great choice. It’s Lenovo’s lightest ThinkPad and also our favorite for business trips, thanks to an excellent balance of enterprise-grade security and manageability features, outstanding performance, and exceptional build quality. However, like all devices, it has its drawbacks. This laptop unfortunately offers below-average battery life and the port selection is relatively limited. Still, it’s a good overall laptop that’s one of our favorites and is currently half price at Lenovo, selling for $1,239.50 when you use the promo code THINKCTODEAL1 and buy the model with 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of storage and an Intel Core i5 processor. Read our review.

Again, we see yet another great deal on wireless headphones. Right now, you can buy the second-generation Echo Buds wired charging case from Amazon for $79.99 ($40 off) or with a wireless charging case for $99.99 ($40 off). discount), which are some of the best prices we’ve seen for both. For the price, these headphones offer an impressive range of features, including noise cancellation, which, while not mind-blowing, is decent. What’s more, the comfortable headphones offer excellent sound quality as well as a terrific passthrough mode so you can hear the noises around you. They also come with Alexa support, so you can perform a variety of tasks with just your voice, plus IPX4 water and sweat resistance. Read our review.

Amazon Echo Buds (second generation)

Amazon’s second-generation Echo Buds improve on the originals with a more comfortable design, improved ANC, and a more natural ambient sound mode. They also support hands-free Alexa commands.

A few more before we wrap up today…

  • The Meta Quest 2 virtual reality headset equipped with 128 GB of storage is on sale for $299 at GameStop. That’s $100 off and what it was selling for before Meta raised prices last month. The Quest 2 offers 120Hz refresh rate support for select games, along with other features we like, including the ability to wirelessly connect to gaming PCs and a crisp display. Read our review.
  • If Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Nano is too expensive for you, you can also pick up Samsung’s red Galaxy Chromebook 2 with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage for $549 instead of $699.99 on Amazon. It’s one of our favorite Chromebooks on the market, one that comes with a nice QLED display and better battery life than its predecessor. Read our review.
  • The standard edition of Marvel’s 80s-inspired superhero action game, guardians of the galaxy, is on sale for $19.99 instead of $59.99 at Amazon and Best Buy. The discount is available on compatible PlayStation and Xbox One games. Read our review.
  • Nomad is taking 15% off a variety of charging accessories, phone cases, smartwatch bands and more during its Labor Day sale when you code LABOURDAY15 at the register. You can, for example, buy this iPhone 13 leather case for $16.95 instead of $19.95.

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