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For eBay’s last day of its 16 days of deals, you can get an unopened 2018 MacBook Air for 14 percent off—now $1,030. The Space Gray, 13.3-inch laptop has 8GB of memory, a 128GB solid-state hard drive, and an Intel i5 8th-generation processor. The laptop comes with a one-year limited Apple warranty. $1,030.
I featured the eufyCam E home security system in my article on smart home products that are worth your money and today, when you use the code EUFYUBPL at checkout, you can get the $560 system for just $400. The system comes with three cameras, but you can add up to 13 more. Each camera features a wide 140-degree angle lens (with an 8x digital pan and zoom) and is weather-proof. Its IP65 rating means it’s protected against high water pressure and keeps out dust. Other features: night vision up to 33 feet, a smartphone app that lets you view footage from anywhere, and a 13400mAh battery that will last a year. $400.
By using the code SCLIFE22 at checkout, you can save $19 on Soundcore’s Life NC headphones, which last 10 hours with noise-canceling and 15 hours without it. You can create a custom listening experience through its app. $99.
You might have noticed that ports are disappearing on newer computers. If you aren’t ready to replace your hard drives, grab a USB hub that’ll let your older devices talk to your new laptop. Snag this Anker 5-in-1 USB-C hub for $40—or $15 off. The adapter plugs into an existing USB-C port and then gives you three USB-A ports, a 4K HDMI port, and an ethernet port. $40.
Today you can save up to 20 percent on ViewSonic projectors and gaming monitors like the PS501W, a short throw projector that can produce a 120-inch screen from as close as 4 feet away. It’s got a brightness level of 3,500 lumens, a 15,000-hour lamp life, and 1280 x 800 resolution. You can connect cable, computers, or streaming devices via an HDMI or VGA connectivity. $413.
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Despite my skepticism about the utility of such a product, this egg cooker provided me something I didn’t realize I wanted: a high-protein, whole food snack prepared with minimal thinking. The device uses a heating plate on the bottom to heat up water and steam your eggs. It’s also got a built-in auto shutoff function to prevent your food from being overcooked. This Dash product can make omelets, poach up to 7 eggs, and boil up to 12 eggs. The machine comes in four colors: red, white, aqua and black. $18.
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