After Apple's late adoption of wireless charging, third-party electronics manufacturers have been working hard to win over iPhone users with 7.5W wireless chargers. One of those companies is Anker, which gave us an exclusive discount on its new PowerWave wireless charging cradle. Use the code VERGEAAA to obtain PowerWave support for $ 37.49 (25 percent discount on the MSRP, $ 49.99). You can also obtain the previous model, the PowerPort, in a pad version for $ 14.99 with the code VERGEAA2 (usually $ 19.99). Both offers end on Monday, April 16. See our original publication in this offer for more details.
This weekend also ends several offers on Amazon devices. The two Amazon streaming devices, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, are on sale for $ 49.99 and $ 29.99, respectively (usually $ 69.99 and $ 39.99). Unlike the Fire TV Stick, the Fire TV is compatible with 4K screens. The Fire TV agreements end on Monday, April 16. Amazon Cloud Cams has a discount of $ 99 (usually $ 119.99), with a package of 3 for $ 289.97. The Amazon Key smart closing system is for sale for $ 169.99 (usually $ 289.98), although with the acquisition of Ring by Amazon, you can buy an Alexa-enabled video ring at its price of $ 99.
Prime members can save even more on Amazon Kindles and Fire tablets. The Kindle e-reader is for sale for $ 49.99 (usually $ 79.99), while the higher-resolution Kindle Paperwhite has dropped to $ 79.99 (usually $ 119.99). Fire tablets cost up to $ 40, starting with the 8GB Fire 7 tablet for $ 34.99 (usually $ 49.99). The Fire HD 10 with 1080p resolution and 32 GB of storage costs $ 109.99 (usually $ 149.99). These offers end on Monday, April 16.
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