Cyber Monday is here… although it’s arguably been here all month, with online retailers offering discounts throughout November.

Still, some of the best was saved for last – you can pick up an iPad mini for $300 today, or a Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8″ Android tablet for $100. Stores are offering deep discounts on Chromebooks, Windows laptops, Smartphones, and all sorts of accessories including keyboards, mice, webcams, and chargers.

It’s also a pretty good time to snag cheap or free subscriptions from streaming music, video, and eBook services. So let’s start with those.

Downloads, Streaming, & Subscriptions

Music

Movies & TV

eBooks & digital comics

Games

Software

Chromebooks

Windows laptops

Windows convertible notebooks

MacBooks

Mini desktops

Linux hardware

Tablets

Amazon Fire OS

Android

iPad

Windows

Smartphones

Keyboards & mice

Webcams

Storage (SD cards & USB flash drives)

Storage (external SSDs & HDDs)

Gaming gear

Networking

Charging

Smart Displays

Smart Speakers

Media Streamers

Wireless earbuds/in-ear headphones

Headphones

Speakers

eReaders

Other

This article was originally published November 28, 2020 and last updated November 30, 2020. 

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  1. I think we should stop our gross overdependence on wireless technologies. Wireless has gone wild! Its a privacy security risk. Instead, wish there was easy way to switch, wired network in homes as primary network, backup network as wireless, only when you really need it, not as primary. Just because we’ve gotten settled and used to it doesnt mean its good for us.