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CYBER MONDAY IS officially over, but many of our favorite deals are still available. If you took an extended holiday from screens or celebrated Buy Nothing Weekend, fear not, some deals remain. We combed through our many Cyber Monday guides and picked out the items still on sale. It's unclear how long they'll last, and many may even expire before the day's end, but have a look if you're still hunting for holiday bargains.
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Check out our Best Cheap Phones and the Best iPhones guides for more recommendations and context. You can also find more picks in our Best Tablets, Best iPads, and Best Amazon Fire Tablets guides.
Samsung's fourth-gen folding phones still have a futuristic feel you won't find elsewhere, but the technology is more refined now, and these models are far more durable than their predecessors. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 (8/10, WIRED Recommends) opens to feel like a small tablet and is packed with software trickery to make the most of the extra screen real estate. Even with the discount, this is a pricey phone, but it will turn heads. You can bag an even better deal if you have a phone to trade in.
Much more pocket-friendly than the Fold4, the Flip4 has a snazzy style all its own. Unfolded, it feels like a regular smartphone, but folded in half it slips easily into pockets and bags. It has plenty of processing power and a bright, sharp screen. Samsung has also made its folding portfolio more durable with this latest generation.
We like the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (8/10, WIRED recommends) because it offers a lovely, big OLED screen with a high refresh rate, decent camera, dependable battery life, solid performance, and extras—like 5G support and NFC for contactless payments—that don't always make it into budget phones. The camera isn't especially good, and there's no wireless charging or even a charging brick in the box. This is a tempting discount, but just know that it isn't rare.
This year's flagship phone from the self-proclaimed “flagship killer” was the OnePlus 10 Pro (7/10, WIRED Recommends). It's an accomplished smartphone that excels at the basics with a big, bright screen; solid battery life; fast-charging capability; and the highly customizable OxygenOS on top of Android 12. The cameras fall short of our favorites, and there's no speedy millimeter-wave 5G service, but this is a good alternative if you aren't going for a Google or Samsung.
You will find this phone as the pick for “best under $200” in our Best Cheap Phones guide after it was swiftly discounted from the $300 MSRP, so this deal isn't as good as it first appears. But the Moto G Stylus (6/10, WIRED Review) is one the cheapest phones with such a big screen, and it boasts decent battery life and a wee stylus for doodling. It doesn't have a particularly good camera, or 5G and NFC, though if you want the latter two, you can also pick up the Moto G Stylus 5G for $300 ($139 off).
Some phones can get a shattered screen from glancing too long at a concrete floor, but this one from Nokia (7/10, WIRED Recommends) can take the ground in a fight. It's got solid performance, a day-long battery, and wireless charging, but its main distinguishing feature is its rugged body and durable glass that can take a hit. It's a year old, but Nokia offers decently lengthy software support. This deal was a little better over the weekend, but it's still good.
The small but mighty Asus Zenfone 9 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) boasts great battery life and a silky smooth 120-Hz AMOLED screen. It also boasts loud stereo speakers and even has a headphone jack. There's no Verizon support or wireless charging, but this is our favorite small Android phone right now.
There are few handsets you could truly call a “gaming phone” but this one from Asus fits the bill. With a 165-Hz display, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, and a frankly excessive 12 gigabytes of RAM, it can handle anything mobile gaming can throw at it. Plus its oversized 6,000-mAh battery can last up to two full days with regular use, so gaming shouldn't kill it so quickly. Asus has tons of accessories—and software to map virtual buttons to physical controls—that make this phone a pleasure to play on.
The newer Sony Xperia 1 IV may be on sale for $1,398 ($200 off) but for our money, the 1 III is still where it's at if you're looking for a high-end Android phone with a headphone jack. Usually, if you want a headphone jack, that preference comes with sacrifices, but not this one.
The fifth generation iPad Pro (8/10, WIRED Recommends) boasts a fantastic Mini LED display and plenty of power for most folks. Unless you really need the M2 chip and Apple Pencil hover feature in the sixth-generation iPad Pro, we recommend saving your money and opting for this model. It also has a camera that follows your face for better video calls and offers 5G and Thunderbolt support.
Even though Apple added a 10th-generation iPad to the lineup last month, it's too expensive for an entry-level iPad. The ninth-generation tablet (8/10, WIRED Recommends) remains the best iPad for most people. This deal was a little better over the weekend ($280), but you can still save some money.
We like this large-screen Android tablet. The discount was a little better over the weekend, but it's still a decent price. The FE stands for Fan Edition, and it boasts a spacious 12.4-inch LCD screen with great speakers, which makes it a good pick for watching movies. Samsung has also included its S Pen stylus, and this tablet supports DeX mode, which is a desktop-style experience for when you're feeling productive. We recommend opting for the 128-GB model, which also bumps the RAM up to 6 GB but costs $500 ($100 off).
Compact, but packing 10,000 mAh of power and capable of fast charging, this is our favorite portable charger. It supports Power Delivery and Quick Charge 4, has one USB-C and one USB-A port and is relatively quick to recharge. It's also made of recycled materials.
This is a much larger capacity than the battery above, capable of charging an iPad several times. It's not too heavy or large either, making it a good choice for those with a long commute away from power sockets.
If you need a charging adapter for your smartphone, we recommend the Nano Pro from Anker. It is tiny and can charge up to 20 watts, which is enough to fast-charge iPhones and most Android phones.
Enter code BFCM25 at checkout. Satechi's Apple 3-in-1 wireless charger is compact, but you can rest assured there's room for all of your gadgets. Your iPhone (MagSafe only) can float on the stand nearby (in portrait or landscape orientation) while the Apple Watch charges in the back and your wireless earbuds at the front of the base.
Anyone with a MagSafe iPhone (iPhone 12, iPhone 13, and iPhone 14) will like this minimal mount. It sticks securely into your air vent, holds your iPhone in place magnetically, and wirelessly charges it via the included car charger.
Our favorite car phone mount is comfortable to use one-handed and keeps your phone safely cradled and easy to glance at when you hit the road. It sticks securely to the dash and is fully adjustable. The CD-slot and vent models are also on sale.
This is our favorite eco-friendly wireless charger. It's a simple charging pad made from recycled silicone and can charge phones at up to 15 watts (it can charge AirPods, too). Nimble is also throwing in a 20-watt Wally wall charger. If you have a MagSafe iPhone, it will be easier to align with the magnets in this charger.
Enter code BFCM25 at checkout. Satechi's wall charger can charge up to three USB-C devices up to 108 watts. So, that means it can easily power up your iPad Air and 16-inch MacBook Pro simultaneously.
It's a shame that the 3-in-1 stand isn't on sale, as it's our favorite 3-in-1 charging station for Apple fans. Still, this 2-in-1 stand is good if you only have an iPhone and AirPods to charge. It looks stylish, holds your MagSafe iPhone securely in portrait or landscape orientation, and supports 15-watt charging.
Mophie 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand
This is our favorite 3-in-1 charging stand for older iPhones that don't have MagSafe. The upright magnetic puck for the Apple Watch means your watch can take advantage of Nightstand mode (basically, a digital clock), and the center stand lets you place your iPhone vertically or horizontally. There is also an indented spot for AirPods cases, so they won't slide off easily.
If you don't have USB ports in your car, then this dual charger from Belkin will come in very handy. It slots into your car socket and provides one USB-C port that supports PPS PD for fast-charging Samsung phones at up to 25 watts. There's also a USB-A port that goes up to 12 watts for a second device.
The Courant Mag:1 is more luxurious than your standard charger, complete with matte aluminum and Italian leather. You'll also get a super nice 6-foot braided cord. However, despite what Courant claims on its website, it's worth noting this charger will recharge your iPhone at 7.5 watts and not the faster 15 watts.
Enter code BFCM25 at checkout. This stand is one of our favorite tablet accessories. It's super stable and packs down easily for travel. The adjustable angle is compatible with screens big and small. Use it to hold your iPad next to your desk and see the screen at the same time.
Enter code BFCM25 at checkout. Like a little filing cabinet for your screens, this stand corrals your laptop and tablet to keep your work surface neat and tidy. The base is hefty, so laptops won't topple over, and there's a silicone mat on the inside to protect your devices.
Enter code BFCM25 at checkout. Hang your headphones on the aluminum arms and charge your iPhone at the base on the MagSafe charger. It's a handy two-in-one solution to help declutter your desk.
Nimble Powerknit USB-C to USB-C Cable
As the eco-friendly option in our best USB-C cables, this handy cable is made from certified recycled plastic and aluminum. It also has a cool knitted fabric design and can deliver up to 60 watts. Nimble's other USB-C cables are on sale, including ones with Lightning connectors.
Right now you can get 15 to 30 percent off with the code BF2022. Casetify makes some of our favorite MagSafe-friendly phone wallets. They come in a variety of customizable styles and shield your credit cards from magnetic damage.
You will stand out from the crowd with one of these brightly colored, rectangular cases for your iPhone. The buttons are great, the cutouts are all accurate, and there's MagSafe support.
There are plenty of third-party MagSafe chargers out there, but Apple's official charger will power up your iPhone the quickest (15 watts) because it aligns precisely with the spot that allows for the best power transfer. But with an annoyingly short 3-foot cable, it's tough to use your phone while it's charging unless you're right next to where it's plugged in.
Nomad's Base Station charging pad will charge your iPhone (or two), and it can also charge your Apple Watch. The watch charger itself being an odd shape is usually left out of charging docks like these, so it's nice to see a place to drop all your gadgets at the end of the day that can get them ready for the next.
If you want a flash drive to back up and copy photos and other files from your smartphone, we like the iXpand Luxe. It has a Lightning plug for iPhones and iPads at one end and flips to reveal a USB-C plug at the other, so you can transfer files to or from Android devices and laptops.
Nimble's MagSafe Disc Case is our favorite clear case for the iPhone 14. It feels great—and not weirdly sticky like some clear cases out there. It's also made out of recycled discs. You'll get MagSafe support too (which is they there's a white ring on the back), so you can magnetically attach it to other MagSafe accessories. We're also fans of Nimble's Sustain Glass Screen Protector which is on sale as well for $22 ($8 off).
Society6 makes cute and affordable iPhone cases that'll help you show off your personality, with fun designs like cats and ghosts. The cases are available for a white range of iPhones starting with the iPhone 6 to the current iPhone 14. The deal was slightly better over the weekend.
Satechi makes some incredibly sturdy and great-looking stands, which is why they're some of our favorites. They're made of robust aluminum and stay in place even with heavy tablets on top.
Our pick for the best iPad keyboard case is the Combo Touch from Logitech features a built-in keyboard, trackpad, and kickstand. It's finished in a lovely fabric, it's detachable via Apple's Smart Connector, and it is slim. This deal is for the iPad, but there are other versions on sale.
This handy Bluetooth tracker is ideal for slipping on a key ring or a bag to ensure you don't lose it. You can check the location in the app, it's water resistant, and it has a 250-foot range.
Whether you want extra storage space for your photos, music, or games, this speedy MicroSD card from Samsung delivers. We've seen it this low before, but this is still a good price for a high-capacity card.
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