The very first discount has arrived on the new Beats Studio Pro headphones. Finally! Finally you can save $250 on the new releases. That $100 discount comes with the opportunity to save $200 on Apple's new 15-inch M2 MacBook Air, which is at an all-time low. Plus, Govee's latest Matter-enabled HomeKit Color Light Strip retails for $45. Get a jump on all that and more in the latest Homekit.Blog Lunch Break.
The all-new Beats Studio Pro get their very first discount today thanks to Amazon, dropping to $250 in two different styles. Today's offer is the only chance to save since it was first released in July. Typically, you'll pay $350, which means you'll see $100 in savings along the way and a new low. The just-released Beats Studio Pro arrives as a new flagship in the lineup with an over-ear listening experience and all the bells and whistles you'd expect from that front-runner status. Centered around active noise cancellation, there's also a companion transparency mode alongside the even more exciting addition of personalized spatial audio and dynamic head tracking. Our hands-on review shows you what else to expect.
Just in time for the last moments of school, Apple's latest 15-inch M2 MacBook Air has hit rock bottom. Starting with the 512GB model, you can drop the price at Amazon to $1,299 for all four styles. That's $200 off the usual $1,499 price tag and hits a new low. It's also $100 less than our previous listing, and one of the few offerings to date. That same $200 savings also applies to the 256GB capacity for $1,099. That's less than $1,299 and matches the all-time low. We give you a taste of what to expect in our hands-on coverage, which is only getting better with today's savings. The shiny new addition to the macOS range arrives as the new 15-inch M2 MacBook Air. It takes everything that made its 13-inch counterpart one of Apple's most beloved machines ever and magnifies it to a 15.3-inch Liquid Retina display with 500 nits of brightness, P3 wide color and the new notched webcam aspect ratio. It's still a compact design that's as slim as can be, yet boasts Apple Silicon performance and 18 hours of battery life. We break down the experience further into our hands-on coverage, which is only bettered by today's savings.
Amazon is now offering the second-best price yet for Govee's first and only Matter Color LED Smart Lightstrip. With the new release reduced to $45, today's offer is $15 off the usual $60 price. This is one of the first savings opportunities since the initial launch at the end of May, and it comes as the second best discount yet. It comes within $3 of Prime Day's all-time low and is the best price cut we've seen otherwise. Not only is the new light strip the first accessory in Govee's stable to arrive with Matter support, but it also offers out-of-the-box HomeKit, Alexa, and Google Assistant support. So you can bring all the multi-colored accent lighting to your favorite digital assistant, linking the 2.5-meter strip directly to your Wi-Fi. This accessory is perfect for giving your gaming rig a little more of the Battle Station name, but it's also notable for just adding some ambiance to shelves, behind a desk, or anywhere else in your home that could use some lighting.
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