With gadgets just going up in prices day by day, it’s pretty hard to find something useful and reliable on the cheap. But we have compiled a list of five gadgets which are highly useful but won’t burn a hole in your wallet. Read on!
Sony SRS-XB01: $23 or less- If you don’t want a smart speaker listening in on your conversations or just want a rechargeable speaker that travels with you the Sony SRS-XB01 is a great choice. It sounds great for its size, and it’s splashproof, too.
Wyze Cam: $26- Want a security camera on the cheap to catch your neighbor trashing your backyard? This Alexa-compatible Wyze model is a solid choice, and it only costs $26.
Anker PowerCore Fusion battery: $26- This handy Anker 5,000-mAh battery pack is about the size of a MacBook power supply, and it can charge two USB-powered devices simultaneously. Best of all, it doubles as a wall charger, and the AC prongs fold up for easy travel. It’s now available in white and lipstick red for $30, too.
SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive 128GB: $23 These days, one or more (or all) of the USB ports on laptops are USB-C. But there are still plenty of old school rectangular USB-A ports out there. The SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive splits the difference perfectly, sporting both USB-C and USB-A plugs on one thumb drive. And now the 128GB model is priced below $25.
Amazon Echo Dot: $30- Amazon sold a million of these during its Prime Day sale when the price dipped as low as $22. But now the smart speaker’s price is back to its usual price of $30. Just make sure that you’re not buying it for someone attending a school where these are already in every dorm room.