Prime Day 2020 is over. We hope you were able to find useful discounts among the laptops, rice cookers, TVs, and other great gadgets we found while trawling through Amazon’s sale listings. If not, a few remain. Prime Day is officially over, but many of deals we found still exist, for the moment.

Below are the remaining deals from all our Prime Day 2020 coverage. You’ll also find some more discounts in our guide to Walmart’s ‘Big Save’ sale, which ends Thursday night. We’ve pulled together our favorites and added a few more items you might want to consider.

Updated: We’ve swapped out the 128 GB iPad for the 32 GB model, which is now discounted, and cut another deal. The rest of these sales are active as of publish time, but they may end as the day and week rolls on.

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Work From Home Deals

AirPods Pro

Photograph: Apple

  • AirPods Pro for $199 ($50 off): We’re big fans of the AirPods Pro for their impressive sound quality and noise-canceling abilities. If you’ve been looking for a great pair of earbuds to pair with your iPhone or iPad, this is a fairly decent deal. It’s also available at Walmart.

  • Aukey Webcam for $50 ($10 off): Webcams are still a little tough to find or wildly overpriced due to high demand. Editor Julian Chokkattu has been using this one for several months, and while colors are muted and the image quality is only OK, it does the job if you can’t find anything else for less.

  • Aukey Omnia 100W USB-C Fast Charger for $34 ($12 off): It’s not a crazy deal but did you hear? Apple is not including a charger in its newest iPhone anymore. This one will let you juice up your new iPhone and your laptop if it has a USB-C port for charging, like MacBooks.

  • Need Computer Desk for $130 ($27 off): WIRED editor Julian Chokkattu uses this desk every day. It takes about 5 minutes to put together, and it’s spacious yet looks attractive. The surface is made of particle wood, but it’s held up with zero scratches so far, and it holds a lot of weight.

  • Staples Ardfield Mesh Back Fabric Task Chair for $85 ($45 off): This chair won’t last forever, but it’s a good, affordable choice if you just need a chair with lumbar support. Reviews editor Jeffrey Van Camp uses it at home.

  • BenQ GW2480 24-Inch IPS Monitor for $120 ($29 off): This is a fairly standard 24-inch monitor with positive reviews across the web. You get a Full HD resolution, a professional design, and VESA mount support.

TV, Gaming, and Streaming Deals

Photograph: Roku

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