This smart display (7/10, WIRED Recommends) doesn’t have a camera, so you can use it in any room without worry. It can also track your sleep and is compact enough for most bedside tables.
If you do want a camera on your smart display for Duo video calls, the Google Nest Hub Max is our top pick. It’s bigger than the Nest Hub above, so it’s better for, say, watching YouTube while you cook. You can turn the camera off, but there’s no physical shutter.
Google’s video doorbell is easy to install and can identify both people and packages. It also integrates with the rest of your Google Home devices, so you can answer the door while you’re cooking from your Nest Hub.
We love digital frames, and Aura’s are the best. This is a newer, video-enabled version of our favorite frame from the brand. If you don’t want video and prefer the look of standard Carver, that one is also discounted to the same price directly from Aura. And if you want other versions, those are all discounted too.
Are you sensing a Google Nest theme? (We have a full roundup of even more Google deals.) I (Adrienne) tested the outdoor Nest Cam with the battery, which I also liked (and included in our Best Outdoor Security Cameras roundup). This is the wired indoor version, which is more convenient if you have pets, small children, or valuables that you need to keep track of inside your home.
We have not tried this particular model, but we have tested and liked previous Nest Thermostats. Set schedules and control heat and air-conditioning right from your phone. It’ll even remind you to change your filter and turn on Eco mode when you leave.
You might need a mesh router if you have dead Wi-Fi spots in your home or want to extend your Wi-Fi to your backyard. Newer models than this one will work with Wi-Fi 6. However, this is still a decent price for a mesh router that works well.
This incredibly cute little green deep cleaner is a viral hit on TikTok. Product reviewer Brenda Stolyar admits that it hasn’t completely transformed her old furniture, but it definitely gets the job done.
If you want a toothbrush that’s slightly more powerful than a manual brush, but not so much that it wakes the neighbors, the Philips One is one of our favorite electric toothbrushes. This is the rechargeable version, but the AAA-battery-operated one is also on sale for $15 ($10 off).
Fitness and Parenting Deals
The Elite is Theragun’s quietest device, and app integration makes it easy to store massage routines for repeat trouble spots.
Foam rolling targets large areas of your body, like your legs and back. This wave roller looks like a traditional textured foam roller, but it also vibrates like a percussive device.
The Amazon Fire Kids tablets are our best budget pick for kid tablets. They come with a year’s subscription to Amazon Kids+, Amazon’s curated content platform, and an industry-beating two-year replacement guarantee—a necessity when handing hardware to tiny, unsteady hands.
This is one of our best gifts for teens! It’s available in a wide array of colors, and Fujifilm has included a one-touch selfie mode.
If you’re an Android user who has longed for the equivalent of an Apple Watch, you’re in luck. Samsung’s Galaxy Watch4 uses WearOS and has a bright OLED screen and accurate health and tracking features.
For most people who aren’t trying to beat a personal record or free-climb a mountain, Fitbits hit a magic sweet spot of attractiveness, affordability, and functionality. The Charge 5 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is currently our favorite fitness tracker, even if you do have to subscribe to Fitbit Premium for personalized content.
We said the Apple Watch SE was the Best Apple Watch for most people, and that’s especially true at this price. This is the cheapest model that will work with Family Setup, if you wanted to buy a watch for an older family member or child.
This is a slightly different version of the Nat Geo kit we recommend in our Best STEM Toys guide. It includes a pound of gemstones, polishing grit, a storage pouch, and five jewelry settings to display the tumbled stones in.
If you’re having children over to your house for the first time in almost two years, you might be nervous about how to entertain them. Target is bundling entertainment options that will appeal to a wide variety of ages, from Play-Doh to Pixar films.