Get Two Amazon Echo Dots And A Pair Of TP-Link Smart Plug For $70 With This Hot Deal

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If you’re looking to expand your footprint with regards to smart home integration, or are simply looking to get started from scratch, we’ve got an excellent deal for you today. Best Buy is currently running a promotion that nets you two third-generation Amazon Echo Dot smart speakers plus two TP-Link HS105 Smart Wi-Fi Plug Minis for just $70.

The Echo Dot really needs no introduction, but the third-generation model launched back in late September with an all-new design. It shucked its completely hard plastic exterior for a more welcoming fabric finish around its “waist”. According to Amazon, the new Echo Dot is up to 70 percent louder than its predecessor.

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The MSRP for the Echo Dot is $49.99, but Best Buy currently has it on sale for $29.99. However, adding two drops the price down to $25 each.

As for the TP-Link HS105, this is a Wi-Fi plug that will allow you to control any attached device using your voice (through Alexa), or with the Kasa companion app on your smartphone or tablet. This particular model uses a more compact design, so plugging it in won’t block the other three-prong receptacle on your wall plate (which also means you can plug in two of these, one on top of the other). The plugs support 15 amps, don’t require a hub, and are even compatible with the Google Assistant.

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The HS105 smart plugs typically sell for $29.99, but adding two to your cart along with the two Echo Dots drops the price to $10 each. So, in total, you’re looking at $70 for the entire set of smart devices.

You can click here to grab the Amazon Echo Dot and click here to get the TP-Link HS105 direct from Best Buy. The Echo Dot is available in Charcoal, Heather Gray or Sandstone, while the HS105 only comes in white. You can either have the items shipped for free to your home or pick them up same-day from a store nearby (depending on availability).


Via:  Best Buy
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