Eyeing one of Google’s handsome hardware devices? You’re in luck. Whether you want a Nest Doorbell or a Google Pixel smartphone, there are Cyber Monday deals to be had on many Google gadgets right now. We’ve sifted out the best options for you, many of which are in our buying guides, from the Best Android Phones to the Best Outdoor Security Cameras. 

Updated Monday, November 29: We’ve checked all the deals and updated links throughout.

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Phones, Earbuds, and Laptop Deals

Google Pixel 5A and Pixel 6. 

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The Google Pixel 5A (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is the best smartphone for most people. It was already incredible value, and now it’s even more so with this deal—the first time it has dropped in price. It has a dual-camera system that can take better photos than nearly any other phone under $500, two-day battery life, 5G, an OLED screen, and great performance. The best part is how you get three years of software support. Did I mention it has a headphone jack?

Best Buy (Low Stock), Target (Sold Out) 

This Pixel (9/10, WIRED Recommends) isn’t even a month old yet so this deal makes an already great phone an even sweeter package. This is the first Pixel with Google’s own custom Tensor processor, allowing it to handle complex machine learning tasks on device. That enables much better video capture, incredibly fast voice dictation, and an easy way to remove objects in the background of your photos. It has much improved cameras, making it compete with the iPhone 13 Pro for the best phone camera, and it will get security updates for five years. Our Pixel Phone guide has more details. Stock fluctuates really fast to snag it if you see it available.

Amazon, Best Buy ($749)

This Chromebook came out in 2019, but it still has five years of software support left. It’s still a great buy if you want a no-nonsense Chrome OS-powered machine that nails the basics. Everything works through the Google Chrome browser, but if you need access to other applications, you can access the Google Play Store and download Android apps (though the implementation is a bit wonky). The Intel Core i5 processor model with 8 gigabytes of RAM is plenty powerful for everyday tasks, even keeping open more than 30 Chrome tabs. It’s lightweight, attractive, and has a nice screen.  

Pixel Buds A-Series

Photograph: Google

Best Buy, Target (Sold Out), Walmart (Sold Out)

Google’s newest earbuds (8/10, WIRED Recommends) are our favorite earbuds for most people. They’re comfortable to wear, pair instantly with most Android phones (and work well with iPhones!), have an IPX4 sweat resistance rating, and you can easily talk to Google Assistant to get weather details, send messages, or ask Google anything. They sound pretty good, and the case adds 19 additional hours of listening time. What’s disappointing is the earbuds only last five hours, which is on the low end, and the case does not wirelessly recharge (only via USB-C). 

Amazon, Target, Best Buy

Google completed its Fitbit acquisition this year, so this fitness tracker is entirely a Google device. Thankfully, it’s a great fitness tracker (8/10, WIRED Recommends). Attractive, unobtrusive, and packed with useful sensors, it has a lovely AMOLED touch screen, GPS, and long battery life.

Smart Speaker Deals

Google Nest Mini

Photograph: Google

Target, Best Buy, Walmart

If you don’t mind living with a microphone-enabled smart speaker, this is the best way to enter the smart-home world. It’s dirt cheap, especially on sale, and you can ask Google Assistant pretty much anything. Ask it to tell you the weather, play the news, set a timer, or if it’s safe for your dog to eat blueberries. (The answer is yes.) It can control any supported smart home gadget you install, from smart bulbs and smart plugs to security cameras.

Target, Best Buy, Bed Bath & Beyond

If you already have a Nest Mini, or you are primarily looking for a speaker for playing music, the Nest Audio is a great upgrade (8/10, WIRED Recommends). It delivers great sound and has Google Assistant built-in. You can pair two for excellent stereo sound. There’s a physical mute switch to turn off the microphone for extra peace of mind.