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Buy one Google Pixel 2 and get the second 50% off at Verizon starting Nov. 17

With Black Friday slowly encroaching, it might be a good idea to find sales now instead of swimming through people the day of. In which case, Verizon already has a sweet deal on their Google Pixel phones starting Nov. 17.

You can pick up the Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL and get the second one half off. You can also trade in some of your old devices and get up to 50% off on either of them.

This deal only lasts until midnight on November 22, so check it out while you still can.

Today’s top tech deals: Dell laptops, Bose headphones, Samsung 4K TVs

We've got discount codes on Dell laptops.
We’ve got discount codes on Dell laptops.

Image: Dell

Our top tech deals are here and you’re gonna want to check these out. 

Check some big gifts off your list with these epic sales on laptops and headphones, treat yo’ self with a Roomba or get through the sale season with a shopping soundtrack from Amazon Music Unlimited for just $0.99 for 3 months. 

Without further ado, here are our top tech deals. For more, check out TechBargains.

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Bonus 10% Newegg Credit on $200, $100, and $50 Newegg Gift Cards at Groupon

Dell XPS 13 Ultra-thin Laptop — $949.99 at Dell (use code 50OFF699—list price $1299)

Dell Inspiron 15 Win10 Pro Laptop — $579.99 at Dell (use code ISNPSAVE320—list price $899.99)

Bose QuietComfort 25 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones — $179 at Amazon (list price $279)

iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum w/ App Control — $274.99 at Amazon (list price $374.99)

Courses on Coding, Development, Business & more — $10 at Udemy (use code 17HOLIDAY10)

Dropbox Plus Annual Subscription + $25 Dell eGift Card — $59.99 at Dell (list price $79.99)

49″ Samsung QLED Series-6 Q6FA 4K UltraHD LED HDTV — $997.99 at Amazon

Laptop & Desktop Computers

Dell Latitude 15 Win10 Pro Business Laptop — $710.50 at Dell (list price $1727)

New Inspiron 15 Gaming Core Laptop — $849.99 at Dell (use code 50OFF699 —list price $1099.99)

Dell Inspiron 3650 Win7 Pro Desktop — $629 at Dell (use code INS629—list price $1212.99)

Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop PC — $799.99 at Dell (use code 50off699—list price $1099.99)

Dell XPS 8910 Intel Core i7-6700 Quad-Core Desktop — $599 at eBay (list price $899)

Dell UltraSharp U3415W 34″ 3440×1440 Curved IPS Monitor — $599.99 at Dell (list price $899.99)

Dell U2718Q 27″ 3840×2160 InfinityEdge 4k Monitor — $499.99 at Dell (list price $739.99)

Alienware 25 1920×1080 240Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor — $349.99 at Dell (list price $499.99)

Dell XPS 13 Ultra-thin Laptop — $949.99 at Dell (use code 50OFF699—list price $1299)

Dell Inspiron 15 Win10 Pro Laptop — $579.99 at Dell (use code ISNPSAVE320—list price $899.99)

Electronics & Components

Neonode Airbar (Add a USB Touch to Windows 10 Laptops) — $59 at Dell (list price $69.99)

Unitek IDE/SATA To USB 3.0 Hard Drive Adapter — $19.99 at Amazon (use code HL4CQV77—list price $63.99)

Yamaha RX-V681BL 7.2-Channel MusicCast AV Receiver — $339.95 at Amazon (list price $449.95)

Vantrue HDR Wifi DVR Dash Cam — $109.99 at Amazon (use code Q8NLXF5J—list price $199.99)

Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones (Charcoal) — $79 at Amazon (list price $129)

DBPower 4K WiFi Action Camera — $59.99 at Amazon (use code 7P4OH4RX—list price $123.99)

Cowin E-7 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphone w/ Mic — $39.99 at Amazon (use code 9H9778YO—list price $69.99)

Wireless IP Camera w/ 2-Way Audio — $34.99 at Amazon (use code M2AJFJZV—list price $69.99)

Sony 7.2Ch Dolby Atmos Home Theater AV Receiver — $398 at Amazon (list price $599.99)

Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds — $27.99 at Amazon (use code 7WFFLMC5—list price $69.99)

Aduro 6-Outlet Charging Station Surge Protector w/ 2 USB Ports — $12.74 at Amazon (use code 25OFFHYD—list price $16.99)

Bonus 10% Newegg Credit on $200, $100, and $50 Newegg Gift Cards at Groupon

Bose QuietComfort 25 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones — $179 at Amazon (list price $279)

HDTVs & Home Entertainment

49″ Samsung QLED Series-6 Q6FA 4K UltraHD LED HDTV — $997.99 at Amazon

65″ Samsung 4K UHD Smart HDTV + $200 GC — $999.99 at Dell (list price $1597.99)

55″ TCL 55S405 4K Ultra HD Roku Smart LED HDTV — $399.99 at Amazon (list price $599.99)

49″ LG 4K Ultra HD Smart HDTV + $100 Dell Gift Card — $399.99 at Dell (list price $699.99)

Home & Miscellaneous

3-Months Amazon Music Unlimited (discount appears at checkout) — $0.99 at Amazon (list price $7.99/month)

Christmas Outdoor Light Projector w/ Wireless Remote — $41.99 at Amazon (list price $59.99)

Deebot Robotic Vacuum Cleaner — $129.59 at Amazon (use code PNI4ODXT—list price $269)

Stanley 700-Amp Peak Jump Starter & Air Compressor — $39.98 at Amazon (list price $49.98)

Oittm Outdoor Wifi Smart Plug (Alexa compatible) — $22.39 at Amazon (use code 93EPH8YF – list price $31.99)

1500W Portable Induction Cooktop — $38.99 at Amazon (use code 88JHX4XC—list price $49.99)

Aptoyu 26-LED Waterproof Security Motion Solar Light (2-Pack) — $14.99 at Amazon (use code N2F7EMHZ—list price $69.99)

Deik 22.2V Cordless Vacuum Cleaner w/ Motorized Brushead — $100.99 at Amazon (list price $399)

ISelector Wi-Fi Compact Mini Smart Plug (2-Pack) — $23.99 at Amazon (use code DSPWO5O6—list price $59.99)

Chefs Choice Food Grinder Attachment (KitchenAid Mixers) — $63.74 at Amazon (list price $130)

Shiatsu Deep-Kneading Massager — $29.23 at Amazon (use code CXE4OWWQ—list price $86.99)

Osprey Porter 46 Travel Backpack — $84 at Amazon (list price $140)

Harry Potter Complete Book Series Special Edition Boxed Set — $56 at Amazon (list price $100)

Dell 15.6″ Gaming Backpack — $29.99 at Dell (list price $49.99)

iRobot Roomba 690 Robot Vacuum w/ App Control — $274.99 at Amazon (list price $374.99)

Courses on Coding, Development, Business & more — $10 at Udemy (use code 17HOLIDAY10)

Dropbox Plus Annual Subscription + $25 Dell eGift Card — $59.99 at Dell (list price $79.99) 

For more daily deals on the top tech products, check out TechBargains.

Get a better night’s sleep with some help from sleep tech

You gotta get your eight hours in, y’all.

A lack of quality sleep is not only bad for your physical and emotional health, it also leads to decreased productivity and some reports show that it’s affecting our global economy. The CDC has called out Americans’ sleep deprivation as a public health problem and Arianna Huffington has rebuilt her personal brand around her crusade for good sleep.

Still, many factors make it hard for us to fall asleep and/or get the kind of restful sleep that boosts mood and productivity. Devices are a major culprit (we’ve known for years that blue light = bad sleep) but not all tech is bad for your REM cycle. 

Sleep tech was out in force at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show and this goes way beyond your Fitbit tracking your sleep data. From weighted blankets to sunlight-imitating alarm clocks, there are tons of products out there to help you fall asleep faster, get better quality sleep, and wake up feeling refreshed. Here are some of our favorites. 

Bedtime means bedtime for your phone, too

When you’re used to having your smartphone in your hands 24/7 it’s hard to give it up. While Night Shift may help you wind down, an even better idea would be to replace your phone on your bed stand with a device to help you sleep. We promise you won’t die if you leave your phone in the living room overnight. 

If you can’t sleep because you have a hard time shutting off your brain, this little device is here to help. Dodow is a small circle that lives on your night stand and projects a soft, pulsing light onto the ceiling. The idea is that you synchronize your breathing to the lights so your brain will slow down and get ready for sleep.

While the claims that weighted blankets are an effective treatment for anxiety disorders are dubious, it is true that they’re super relaxing. The sand-filled blanket makes you feel like you’re being hugged while you fall asleep. This one on Amazon comes with a free duvet cover.

You’ve already heard about blue light’s negative effect on sleep, but this lightbulb goes a step further and imitates a sunset as it dims gradually, no dimmer switch required. You can set it to turn off when it’s done, or to a dim nightlight. Flip the switch 37 minutes before you’re ready to go to sleep and the lights will be off by the time your head hits the pillow.

Your body temperature naturally drops while it’s falling asleep, which is why you probably sleep much better in a cool room than a warm one. If you don’t want to run your A/C in the winter, a bed fan can keep you cool while you doze off.

Track your ZZZs

You can be getting 8+ hours of sleep every night, but if you’re not falling into the deep REM sleep that your body needs you can still experience the symptoms of sleep deprivation. Apps like SleepCycle can track your quality of sleep, but if you’re trying to keep your phone out of your bedroom (and you really should be) one of these devices will give you the metrics to determine if you’re actually getting quality sleep. 

We love this smart device that does way more than just track your sleep—it’s also a noise machine to help you drift off and a smart alarm that wakes you at the part of your sleep cycle most conducive to waking up without feeling groggy. Just clip a little sensor to your pillow and get a report on your sleep quality in an app on your smartphone. Plus, it’s pretty, so you’ll actually like having it on your night stand.

Eight looks at first glance just like another online mattress company in the vein of Leesa and Casper. However, their line of Smart Mattresses combines a foam mattress with the smart home trend by integrating Internet of Things connectivity, sleep tracking, and temperature control into one  mattress. You can have it dim the lights when you fall asleep and even start brewing coffee when you start to wake up.

Stop hitting snooze

Waking up is hard, but as much as it feels good at the time, constantly hitting snooze just makes it harder to get up. Whether you’d prefer to be woken up gently or need to be jolted out of bed, there’s a smart alarm clock that makes waking up easier.

This cute little alarm clock is beloved by Mashable readers, and for good reason. The ring of light around the face simulates the sunrise by gradually illuminating when it’s time to wake up. You can set it to one of seven different colors and wake up to sounds of nature (or any FM channel) for a gentle morning.

For those of us who need to be coerced into getting out of bed no matter what, the Ruggie alarm clock is a formidable opponent. The device looks like a bath mat that goes on the floor next to your bed. The alarm will only turn off when you stand on the mat, so you have to get out of bed to make it stop. No more leaning over to hit snooze. 

Naptime is your friend

Even if you get quality sleep every night, sometimes that 2pm fog hits anyway and you just need a power nap. 

The funky looking Ostrich Pillow got a lot of buzz back when it debuted in 2013, and the makers behind it released a “Lite” version that doesn’t make you look as much like an alien. Perfect for travel or a quick office break room snooze, you can grab one at the Mashable Shop.

Pick up this best-selling power bank for less than $35

We all have those moments where outlets seem to elude us whenever we need to charge our phones. For those moments, this best-selling power bank can lend a hand and it’s 60% right now.

The Portable Charger PowerCore 20100 is a slim, lightweight power bank that’s easy to carry around and provides a high-speed PowerIQ charge that can power up your devices a few times over. It can recharge itself in 10 hours with a 2 amp charger and has two ports.

The PowerCore normally costs upwards of $80, but you can pick one up for $31.69 and save $48.30.