Amazon’s 10 best Cyber Monday tech deals — if you only have $100 to spend

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Black Friday may be a big deal if you’re into heading to physical retail stores, but for those who prefer to shop from the comfort of their own couch, Cyber Monday is perhaps an even bigger deal. Everything from TVs to gaming consoles gets discounts on Cyber Monday — so it’s worth keeping an eye out for something you might be interested in.

Of course, you may not want to spend hundreds of dollars on tech in just one day. That, however, is why we’ve put together this guide.

Here are the best Amazon tech deals under $ 100 for Cyber Monday. (You can also check out our favorite Cyber Monday deals under $ 50 here.)

To potentially save more on Cyber Monday, you can visit Business Insider Coupons to find up-to-date promo codes for a range of online stores.

Looking for more deals? We’ve rounded up the best Cyber Monday deals on the internet.

Amazon Echo smart speaker


Amazon Echo 2nd-gen, $ 69 at Amazon (originally $ 99.99) [You save $ 30.99]

The Amazon Echo took the world by storm when it was first released in late 2014, and for good reason — it’s largely considered to be the first smart speaker, and features Amazon’s digital assistant, Alexa.

The Echo is now on its second generation, and boasts a smaller footprint, better design, and improved audio — all while still offering the same “Skills” that any other Echo device has to show. For Cyber Monday, the Amazon Echo comes at $ 69 — which is a hefty $ 30 off the original price of $ 99.

The 2nd-gen Echo isn’t the only Echo device getting discounts — Amazon has also discounted the cheaper All-New Echo Dot to $ 24, down from $ 49.99, and the Echo Spot down to $ 49.99, from $ 69.99.

We think the full-sized Echo is the best deal for those looking to get started in Amazon’s ecosystem — but the others are worth considering too.

Roku streaming stick


Roku Streaming Stick, $ 29.99 at Amazon (originally $ 49.99) [You save $ 29]

Smart TV platforms have been taking off, but not everyone has the cash to spend on a smart TV with built-in smart features. That, however, is where devices like the Roku Streaming Stick come in, which brings smart TV features to a so-called dumb TV, and at a very low price too. In fact, for Cyber Monday you can get the Roku Streaming Stick for $ 29.99, which is $ 20 off the original price of $ 49.99.

The Roku Streaming Stick is super easy to use. Simply plug it into your TV’s HDMI port, then use the remote to download apps, stream content, and more.

Roku, in general, is considered to be one of the best smart TV platforms, and the easy-to-use remote certainly helps with that.

Bose SoundLink Micro portable Bluetooth speaker


Bose SoundLink Micro, $ 69 at Amazon (originally $ 99) [You save $ 30]

Perhaps you’re more interested in a portable speaker than portable headphones? If that’s the case, then the Bose SoundLink Micro may well be the way to go. The speaker is nice and portable, offers an excellent sound quality, plus it comes in a few different color options.

As you would expect from a Bose device, the SoundLink Micro should offer that classic Bose sound, including plenty of bass, even despite the speaker’s small size. On top of that, the speaker connects to your phone through Bluetooth, meaning you can listen to music on your phone and from your favorite music streaming service.

Down to $ 69 from $ 99, this is definitely one of the best Cyber Monday deals for music fans.

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