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Didn’t pick up a smart speaker over the holidays, but still kind of want one? Google and Amazon aren’t selling their entry-level models for $30 anymore (the Google Home Mini and Echo Dot are back up to their usual prices of $50), but that doesn’t mean you can’t still save some money on a smart speaker.

Right now Amazon is selling a $90 Echo Dot + Logitech Harmony Hub bundle that lets you use up to 8 remote controls, and a bunch of apps together to control your home media setup with your voice.

Best Buy is running deals on its Insignia Voice speakers with Google Assistant. And the Harman Kardon Invoke smart speaker with Cortana is still on sale for half price.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Smart Speakers


You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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One reply on “Deals of the Day (1-02-2018)”

  1. If Logitech can decide to brick the Harmony Link and not even think twice about customers, I’m a bit worried to invest in the Hub. I’m interested, just trigger shy. I mean, if I buy it now and they decide to brick it next year or even the year after that’s 50 down the drain for something that should essentially work until it breaks…(I mean, in my head, that’s what I’m paying for, I’m paying for an item that should work until it physically breaks).

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