We have roundups of the best smart speakers, Google speakers, soundbars, and smart displays.

Sony XB501G Speaker for $100 ($200 off): We’re fans of Google Assistant, and we particularly love this speaker for parties, which we can hopefully start having again soon. It has two drivers and a subwoofer in a small 9-inch cube. It’s also water-resistant (IP65) and has 16 hours of battery life. You can connect it to your Wi-Fi if you’re home, or use it with Bluetooth if you’re not. Plus there are LEDs and mini strobe lights.

Facebook Portal Mini for $90 ($39 off): We have to try to separate this cool little device from the social network that makes it. If you think you can do that, we think you’ll like it.

Nixplay 10.1-inch Smart Photo Frame for $135 ($45 off): We like Nixplay frames a lot and I prefer the matte finish of this one over its shiny 9.7-inch version. Read all our digital picture frame picks here.

Amazon Echo Show 8 (1st Gen) for $80 ($50 off): Stock has been fluctuating for this deal, so if you don’t see the sale price, try checking back again later. This isn’t the newest release, but it’s still a good smart display. You can also save on the first-generation smaller Echo Show 5. Keep in mind that both of these are cheaper around bigger shopping holidays. You can learn more about their features in our guide.

Roku Deals

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Roku Ultra

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If you aren’t sure what you’re looking for yet, check out our guides on the best soundbars and on which Roku is right for you.

Roku Ultra for $88 ($12 off) at Amazon: The updated Ultra is more expensive that most of the options besides the Roku soundbars, but it has stronger Wi-Fi and the ability to stream in Dolby Vision. It also has an Ethernet port and comes with earbuds that plug into the remote for private or nighttime viewing when you’re trying to be quiet.

Roku Express HD for $25 ($5 off) at Amazon: This is a perfectly fine Roku if you have a standard HDTV. It has the basic Roku offerings, without some extras like voice search, and the remote can’t control your TV’s power or volume.