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Wirecutter's best deals: Save $130 on Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones

Wirecutter's best deals: Save $130 on Bose QuietComfort 25 headphones
From Engadget - February 8, 2018

InFocus ScreenPlay SP1080 Projector

Street Price: $500; Deal Price: $400

At $400, this is the lowest price we have seen for the InFocus ScreenPlay SP1080 in over a year. While we saw some great pricing around Black Friday of 2016, we did not note similar drops this year as this projector, for whatever reason, has largely hovered around $500. Discounted to $400, at $100 cheaper, it's a good value when compared to the pricing we are seeing for our top pick in the category, the BenQ TH670, and our other recommendation, the even more expensive BenQ HT2050.

The InFocus ScreenPlay SP1080 Projector is our runner-up pick in our guide to the best cheap projector. Chris Heinonen wrote, "If the TH670 is not available and you do not want to spend the extra money on BenQ's HT2050 or HT1075, the InFocus ScreenPlay SP1080 is your next best option. In our tests, this model came in second to the BenQ TH670 in color accuracy and contrast ratio. Unlike the TH670, it offers no way to disable BrilliantColor. It also provides only a single HDMI input, and it lacks a standard USB Type-A port to power a streaming stick."

DJI Phantom 4 Pro

Street Price: $1500; Deal Price: $1243

At $1243, this is a good deal on our upgrade drone pick, the DJI Phantom 4 Pro. If you are looking for better image quality (4K at 60 fps) from a drone, this is the drone you should be looking at. Usually $1500, we have seen a number of drops in recent months, most to around $1400 but the most notable was an eBay daily deal (sold via 6ave) that saw it about $40 cheaper than this. Even so, this is a nice discount and is shipped and sold via Amazon, offering some additional piece of mind. Pick this one up while it lasts, as drops for this drone have not lasted long.

The DJI Phantom 4 Pro is our pick for experienced photographers and videographers in our guide to the best drones. Mike Perlman wrote, "If our other picks are akin to flying GoPro Heros (that's literally what the Karma is), the DJI Phantom 4 Pro is more like a flying Sony RX100. Its 1-inch sensor is nearly four times larger than the 1/2.3-inch sensors found in the Mavic Pro and Karma, and it can shoot 20-megapixel raw and JPEG still images as well as 4K 60-frames-per-second video. Its lens has a mechanical shutter, and manual controls abound, so experienced photographers can dial in their preferred settings. Relative to our top pick, it also has a more advanced collision-sensing system and longer battery life (a 25-minute average in PCMag tests), and it has a rugged magnesium-alloy chassis. Additionally, you get all the same intelligent flight modes as you do with the Mavic Pro, as well as Sport Mode (which enables a 45 mph top speed) and an interesting new mode called Draw (draw a line on the screen, and the drone will fly that route)."

Bose QuietComfort 25 Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Street Price: $280; Deal Price: $150

Aukey 12W Travel Charger

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