These Apple TV 4K and Sonos deals end after Father’s Day

Start the weekend with a big discount on the latest, fastest version of the Apple TV 4K. The 32GB model normally retails for $179.99 (it’s usually one of the more expensive streaming devices out there), but you can grab one for a much more reasonable $129.99† This deal debuted earlier this week and we can’t get enough of it. If you want to double the internal storage to 64 GB, that model is just $20 more for $149.99 instead of $199.99.

This Father’s Day timed deal ends June 20, and it might be a good idea to take advantage of it if you want a fast, versatile streaming box for your TV. The Apple TV 4K supports all major streaming services, plus support for games, along with Apple’s core services. Compared to the previous model, this 2021 edition has a faster A12 Bionic chipset inside, with an HDMI 2.1 port that supports high frame rate display at 4K resolution. Oh, and it includes the vastly improved Siri Remote. View our review here.

Apple TV 4K (2021, 32GB)

The latest Apple TV 4K includes the A12 Bionic processor and offers faster performance with HDMI 2.1, Wi-Fi 6 and Thread support.

I’ll post my review of Samsung’s M8 Smart Monitor next week, but just in case you can’t wait that long to make a purchase, Amazon and Best Buy are $100 each off the usual price of $699.99. For those unfamiliar with the M8’s appeal, this 32-inch 4K panel can serve as both a TV and USB-C computer monitor. It even features picture-in-picture and split view modes for juggling two types of content and apps simultaneously. And with the included webcam, you don’t have to supply it yourself.

As I mentioned before, my review is still a work-in-progress, but I can safely recommend the M8 to people who are totally sold on its two-for-one functionality. It’s not a great TV, nor is it the best computer monitor money can buy, but it’s a good price at $599.99.

Samsung M8 smart monitor

Samsung M8 smart monitor (white)

Samsung’s latest smart monitor, the 32-inch 4K M8, has some pretty cool tricks. It can stream TV and movie streaming apps, run Microsoft Office apps and more. It comes with an attachable webcam so you can also make Google Duo video calls.

Sonos’ Father’s Day sale, which takes a hefty bite out of the cost of its Roam and Move speakers, will close on Father’s Day itself. So you’re running out of time if you want to buy either one at the best price ever. Starting with Roam, it normally costs $179, but you can buy one in the color of your choice for $143.20. That may not seem like a big discount, but deals on Sonos products usually aren’t there. The Roam can serve as a Bluetooth speaker when you’re on the go (or in the shower), or integrate into your Sonos Wi-Fi speaker setup at home. Check out our review.

Sonos Roam

The Sonos Roam is a truly portable Sonos speaker with a rugged design built to withstand the elements. It also features wireless charging and supports AirPlay 2, Alexa and Google Assistant.

As for the Sonos Move, it’s a significantly larger speaker at a higher price. However, it sees an even bigger discount than the Roam. Normally $399, it’s $319.20 at Best Buy† This is the model to buy if you’re trying to play music for a big party. Read our review.

Sonos Move

The Sonos Move is a large speaker designed to be moved around the house or used outside in the yard. It offers powerful sound and full support for numerous streaming apps through the Sonos app.

Some other highlights of the deal you should know:

  • Mark your calendars, PC gamers: The Steam Summer Sale begins June 23 and runs through July 7. So adjust your budget accordingly and clear some hard drive space. Details are here on Valve’s YouTube channel.
  • The rugged (IP65 waterproof) Samsung T7 Shield USB-C external drive with 1TB of storage is getting a small but notable discount at Amazon. Normally $159.99, buy one for $134.99.
  • On June 20, this $50 deal ends for Sony’s ZV-1 camera designed for content creators (especially vloggers). Normally $749.99, it’s $699.99† It is a modified RX100 with a rotating display, microphone hood and a handgrip. It’s great value for the price in many ways, although it’s a shame it charges via Micro USB. Check out our review.

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