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This story is part of Holiday Gift Guide 2019, your source for the season's best gifts and deals, hand-picked by the experts at CNET.
Got someone on your gift list that deserves something a little extra? We're digging up some of the best deals between $100 and $250 available now and later as we head toward Black Friday 2019 on November 29, which is next freakin' week! So basically now's the time to start building out that list of all the deals you want to sweep up.
Years - Retailers - Walmart - Target - Best
As in years past, the big retailers like Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Amazon and Kohl's already have some good bargains ahead of Black Friday that you can pick up right now as well as other deals that start on or just before it. The dates are listed out below with the products to take the guesswork out of the shopping experience.
Google's Home Max is aimed at folks who want a smart speaker, but would really like better audio quality at the same time. Think of it like a Sonos Play:5, but from Google. Of course, it builds in Google Assistant, so you can use it to control music, command smart home appliances and hear the news. Read our Google Home Max review.
Price - Beats - Studio3 - Wireless - While
It's is the lowest price we've seen on the Beats Studio3 Wireless, which has been out a while but they're still very good noise-canceling headphones. They list for $350 but usually can be had for around $280. Read our Beats Studio3 Wireless review.
Most of Arcade1Up's machines cost around $300. This one -- which is a three-quarter-size version of the original -- costs $170 once it's in your shopping cart. And it looks, sounds and plays exactly like the old arcade machines. Walmart is also offering the Centipede edition for $180.
It's mark-your-calendars time....
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