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Top 5 tech deals of the week

Engadget Engadget 5/05/2016 StackCommerce
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The consumer tech market is saturated with devices claiming to be the next best thing, but we know your time is precious. So, we've done the hard work for you, and carefully curated a list of tech that should be on your radar. From a camera that produces "living" photos, to a remote that lets you control your home entertainment system with your phone—Here's our list of the best gadgets money can buy.

Lytro Illum Camera

MSRP: $1,300 | Today: $369.99 | Savings: 71%

This Lytro Illum Camera is no ordinary camera, allowing you to capture "living" images by recording the direction of up to 11 million light rays in a given scene. You can refocus, change perspective within, or view your photos in 3D long after snapping them, ensuring you'll never miss capturing that perfect shot again.

Blumoo Bluetooth Universal Remote MSRP: $100 | Today: $52.99 | Savings: 47%

Use the Blumoo Bluetooth Universal Remote to connect your smartphone to all your electronic devices, and control your home theater from there. You'll never find yourself scouring the room for a lost remote, plus you'll enjoy up to 150 feet of Bluetooth connectivity—ensuring you'll find it easier than ever to consume the media you love.

Lugulake Portable Bluetooth Speaker Dock

MSRP: $90 | Today: $29 | Savings: 67%

Connect your tablet or smartphone to the Lugulake Portable Bluetooth Speaker Dock to wirelessly stream high-fidelity audio. The Lugulake also props up your device at the perfect viewing angle for watching TV or movies on-the-go. Best of all? You can play audio for up to 10 hours on one charge, allowing you to party hardy well into the night.

Adobe Ink & Slide

MSRP: $200 | Today: $19.99 | Savings: 90%

Here's a way to truly elevate your creativity: the Adobe Ink & Slide . The Ink is a premium stylus that lets you sketch on your iPad as fluidly as you would with pen on paper. Meanwhile, the Slide lets you create lines, circles, and other shapes with little effort. Together, the two form a dynamic duo guaranteed to take your projects to the next level.

Complete Wio Link Kit & Online Learning Bundle

MSRP: $402 | Today: $99 | Savings: 75%

Fancy yourself a hard-tech enthusiast? The Complete Wio Link Kit & Online Learning Bundle offers a great starting point from which to build network-connected devices—and much more. You'll build Internet of Things apps using the Wio Link development board, learning to program it thanks to included courses on Node.js, Python 3, and JavaScript.

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