A touchscreen Chromebook, Skechers shoes, and Kindle ebooks lead off Sunday’s best deals.

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With 4GB of RAM and an IPS touchscreen, the Lenovo N22 is a little more advanced than your average Chromebook. Today only though, you’ll only have to pay the bargain basement price of $185. And yes, it runs Android apps.


Amazon Fire HD 6, $50 with code FIREHD6

The Amazon Fire HD 6 is one of the best sub-$100 tablets you can buy, and you can score one from Amazon today for just $50 with promo code FIREHD6, the best price we’ve ever seen on a non-refurb.

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This tablet is a steal at its usual $70, but this discount actually brings its price down to match the entry-level Fire Tablet, which has a worse (albeit slightly larger) screen, a slower processor, and less battery life. I could think of worse stocking stuffers.


We see deals on HDTV bias light strips all the time, but never one that’s 118" in length. $17 would be a solid price even for a shorter strip, and you can cut this one to length to fit any TV.

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LED bias light strips plug directly into your TV’s USB port for power, and stick to the back of the set via built-in adhesive. Once you turn your TV on, the light strip will cast a soft glow on the wall behind it, which can reduce eyestrain when watching in the dark, and improve your TV’s perceived black levels.


$80 is basically the going rate for a 2TB external hard drive these days, but if you act fast, that’ll get you 3TB.


I wish this Amazon area rug Gold Box deal had come a week ago; it would have made things a lot more comfortable as I laid on the floor in the fetal position on Tuesday night.


Bar none, Sport-Brella is the ultimate beach umbrella, and Amazon’s discounting the red model for just $30 today, an all-time low.

Unlike a regular umbrella, Sport-Brella leans backwards and attaches to the sand with stakes, creating a kind of semi-private cocoon with enough space for a couple of chairs and a cooler. Best of all, it sets up in about five minutes (once you know what you’re doing), and can provide a full day’s worth of privacy and sun protection.


You don’t necessarily need an internet-connected outlet switch to flick your lights on and off on a schedule; you just need this $10 gadget. It can actually program two separate outlets, and includes sunset and random time modes, which is perfect for making it seem like somebody’s home while you’re away.


Skechers makes more types of shoes than you might think, and Amazon’s Gold Box deal will get you a pair for as low as $15, today only.


Need some socks to go with your new shoes? A bunch of different pairs are on sale in this athletic apparel accessory Gold Box, plus a few other odds and ends.


There’s nothing to distract you from the issues in the world quite like a good book, and Amazon’s coming to the rescue with great deals on over a dozen popular titles, including Room, Fool Me Once, and, uh, Clear and Present Danger. Be sure to head over to Amazon to see the rest.


The best toaster oven almost never goes on sale, but Amazon’s offering rare disconts today on four different models.

Unless you happen to own some other beautiful Breville products we recommend, it’ll almost certainly be the best-looking appliance in your kitchen. I got one of these as a wedding gift several months ago, and it’s every bit as good as advertised.

Prices start at $120 for the Mini model, down from its usual $150, and range up to $215 for the large convection model. I can’t emphasize enough how rare these discounts are, so if you’ve had one on your wish list, I wouldn’t hesitate.


Life’s too short to vacuum every other day, but luckily, you can pawn that tedious chore off to a Roomba, and the entry level 650 model is marked down to $274 today on Amazon, which is $16 less than its previous lowest price.

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While it does require a bit of babysitting from time to time, I haven’t vacuumed my house manually in months, and yet the floors always feel clean, even with two pets.


As long as you don’t mind buying refurbs (and considering they come with a standard warranty, you shouldn’t), Amazon’s offering some incredible Kindle e-reader discounts today.

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You’re basically getting the Kindle of your choice for the price of the model below it in the lineup. That means you can get a Paperwhite for $80 (the normal price of the standard Kindle), or the Voyage for $120 (the normal price of the Paperwhite). Since these are refurbs though, I’d suspect that supplies are limited, so don’t miss out.


Before you go out and flush $30 down the drain on a Yeti Rambler, check out this RTIC alternative for just $12 on Amazon today, matching a Gold Box deal from several weeks ago. It uses the same vacuum-insulated stainless steel construction, and according to this YouTube video at least, actually keeps ice frozen for longer. No-brainer.


Anker’s new home goods brand, Eufy, puts its new set of copper string lights back on sale today, complete with adjustable brightness and multiple effects. $13's not the best price we’ve ever seen on a 33' strand of these things, but it’s a great deal for the feature set included.


It’s that time again. Nordstrom Rack has brought back their Clear the Rack sale and it’s full (and I mean FULL) of really incredible deals. Designer clothing, brands you’ve never heard of, everything an extra 25% off. Maybe that will help today be okay, who knows.


Refurb Amazon Echo, $120

Speaking of refurbished Amazon gear, you can also get a an Echo today for an all-time low $120, complete with a full warranty.

You might be tempted to wait for Black Friday to buy an Echo, but remember that Amazon likes to use major sale days to offer special, Alexa-only discounts on certain products, so it might be worth buying one now to have it set up in time.

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