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You made it to the weekend. Good job. In exchange for it being probably the best time of the week, we owe you offers. That’s just how it works. Below you will find a potent blend of this week’s best tech offerings.

Before starting, however, a bit of cleaning. This week we released a huge guide to holiday gifts. His art (of Richard Parry) is so good that I have attached it above for you to peek.

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The Nest Audio capable smart speaker is back for $ 60

Google’s Nest Audio is the successor to the original 2016 Google Home. A lot has changed since then, and Nest Audio features better sound design and performance than its predecessor, as well as stereo pairing opportunity. The reason I write about it here, of course, is because it is currently cheaper than usual. Normally $ 100, you can grab one from a variety of retailers, such as Best buy Other Objective, for just $ 60 right now. Read our full review.


Google Nest Audio

Google’s smart speaker with better sound quality than Google Home. Pairing two in stereo can provide a better experience when jamming with your favorite tunes.

Additionally, we’ve put together some other Google Nest offers that might interest you here. Also, if you’ve set your sights on the latest Google Nest Learning Thermostat, Verge readers can get it with $ 70 off Wellbots until 1 December. Just use the promotional code THEVERGENEST to get it for $ 179 at checkout.


The second-generation AirPods are an insta-buy for $ 89 from Walmart

Whether you need an easy gift for someone close to you or want to treat yourself, Walmart’s deal on Apple’s second-generation AirPods with the wired charging case can’t be beat. Most retailers sell them for around $ 110 to $ 120, but you can get them online right now for just $ 89. This is a great deal for iPhone or iPad users. The more Apple devices you use, the more you will get from these AirPods, as they can pair perfectly with any modern Apple device that you are signed into with your Apple ID. If that’s not enough, they also offer great battery life and solid sound. Read our full review.


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Bose is organizing a renewed sale of its best headphones

The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 are currently available through Bose’s refurbished outlet for just $ 250. These normally sell for between $ 350 and $ 400 depending on the color you want. I know, reading “refurbished” can seem annoying at times, but Bose says these “occasionally have minor, almost unnoticeable blemishes” and go as far as backing them up with a one-year warranty and 90-day trial. That’s a pretty good deal in our book, especially for a pair of over-ear headphones that offer multi-point pairing and excellent noise cancellation. Read our full review.


Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 (Certified Refurbished)

The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 are the company’s best noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones. In addition to excellent noise cancellation, they have up to 20 hours of battery life between charges and can connect to two devices at the same time.


A long look at the workspace of one of The Verge's leading tech enthusiasts.

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The excellent Jarvis desk and other Fully products are discounted by 15%

If your home office needs an ergonomic overhaul, check out the whole site, the 15% discount Fully is offering on its products right now. Completely make the Jarvis standing desk, which a handful of Verge the staff own (and love). Even if you don’t want to throw money on a desk, you can still tidy up your current space with discounted smart accessories.


Jarvis desk completely in bamboo

This bamboo desk includes a sturdy frame and a programmable keyboard to control its height. It can lift up to 350 lbs and lift up to a maximum height of 50 inches. It comes with a five-year warranty for the desktop surface and a 15-year warranty for the desk frame components.


Amazon and Target offer “buy two, get one free” on games, books and more

For the latest offer, you should check the ongoing promotion currently running on Amazon Other Objective, which will earn you a free item of your choice when you purchase two more. Each retailer has their own list of eligible products, but each one has some of the most recent releases in the world of games, movies, books, and more.

On Amazon, you can get games like new Call of Duty: Vanguard Other Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, and retrieve the Dune hype with Frank Herbert’s original novel. Target appears to offer a wider range of game releases, both new and slightly older. Call of Duty: Vanguard is also on his roster, along with several proprietary Sony titles for PlayStation 4 (Spider-Man, The Last of Us Part Two) and PlayStation 5 (The souls of demons). People who love board games can also find something interesting here.


Correction: Verge Deals newsletter of November 10 listed the Keychron Q1 as a mechanical keyboard with a 65 percent layout. The Keychron Q1 has a 75% layout. We are sorry for the mistake.

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