Best Prime Day Wireless Mouse Deals 2020: The Top Discounts

The second half of Prime Day is now underway. Amazon’s big blowout sale survived a months-long postponement, finally kicking off on Tuesday, and if you’ve shopped this event in previous years then you know that Prime Day offers up some of the best deals in tech that you’ll see all year.

If you’re looking to upgrade your remote work or gaming setup, get ready to shop: We’ve rounded up some of the best Prime Day wireless mouse deals right here, so keep this page bookmarked and check back often to stay on top of the latest bargains because we’ll bee keeping this list updated regularly throughout the week.

What are today’s best Prime Day wireless mouse deals?

How to choose a wireless mouse?

The first thing you need to keep in mind when buying a wireless mouse (and even a wireless keyboard, for that matter) is what you want to

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Top Kitchen Sales Reviewed by Save Bubble

Save on air fryer, toaster oven, grill, smoker, blender & espresso machine deals at the Prime Day sale, featuring KitchenAid, Keurig, Nespresso, Vitamix, Ninja & Instant Pot kitchen appliance deals

Compare the latest kitchen appliance deals for Prime Day, together with savings on Instant Pot and Ninja air fryers, KitchenAid and Vitamix blenders, Keurig and Nespresso coffee makers, refrigerators, microwave and toaster ovens, grills and smokers. Links to the best deals are listed below.

Best kitchen deals:

Best air fryer deals:

Best Vitamix & blender deals:

  • Save up to $175 on blenders from Ninja, Vitamix, Nutribullet & more top-rated kitchen appliance brands – at the Amazon Prime Day sale

  • Save $175 on the Vitamix A3500 Brushed Stainless Blender at Amazon – with 5 program settings for making smoothies, dips, spreads, hot soups & frozen desserts

  • Save $100 on the Vitamix A2300 Ascent Series Smart Blender at Amazon – professional-grade blender

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Best Amazon Prime Day 2020 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

Amazon’s annual Prime Day sale event can feel super overwhelming. 

Also: Prime Day: How and when to find the best deals

There are over 80,000 items on sale this year. Some are legitimate, while others should be ignored. So, to help you get the most out of Prime Day, which is exclusive to Amazon Prime subscribers, ZDNet is rounding up only the best deals. In this guide, we’ve selected items that professionals, remote workers, and commuters might find interesting.

We’ll regularly update this guide over Oct. 13 and Oct. 14 with deals as we find them. If you’d like to find more consumer-focused deals, as well as some tips and tricks, check out our Prime Day hub, where we’ll provide you with plenty of resources so that you can master Amazon’s 48-hour blowout sale. Hopefully, with our help, you won’t miss a deal.

Best Amazon Prime Day 2020 tech deals

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Top Early Baby & Toddler Deals Found by Spending Lab

Prime Day researchers are rating the top early kids & baby products deals for Prime Day, featuring the top deals on Graco car seats, infant and toddler strollers, baby diapers, diaper bags, and baby monitors.

Compare the top early kids and baby items deals for Prime Day 2020, together with all the best baby diaper, diaper bag, Graco and UPPAbaby infant and toddler stroller, and baby monitor sales. Links to the latest deals are listed below.

Best car seat deals:

Best strollers & baby monitor deals:

  • Save up to 45% on baby strollers from Graco, Britax, BOB, UPPAbaby and more – at the Amazon Prime Day sale

  • Save up to 40% on toddler clothes, shoes, car seats & more – at the Amazon Prime Day sale

  • Save up to 25% on baby monitors at the Amazon Prime Day sale – check the latest deals on best-selling HD video baby monitors

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Top Mistakes That Should Be Avoided When Comparing Car Insurance Quotes Online – Press Release

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / October 11, 2020 / Compare-autoinsurance.org (https://compare-autoinsurance.org) is a top auto insurance brokerage website, providing car insurance quotes online from trustworthy agencies all over the United States. This website offers car insurance info about different coverage types, available discounts, and money-saving tips.

Getting online quotes is the smart thing to do when trying to save car insurance money. It may look a fairly easy process, with just a few steps to follow. However, there is sufficient room for critical mistakes. Find out more and get free car insurance quotes from https://compare-autoinsurance.org.

  • Not paying attention or skipping valuable discounts. Each online questionnaire usually has a page dedicated for discounts. Or the page is embedded within another page. Some questionnaires may ask directly if the user wants to review the available discounts. No matter where the discount page is placed and how it is
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Freddie Flintoff tackles Wall of Death in insurance write-off car on Top Gear

Freddie Flintoff

Freddie Flintoff wrestles with an insurance write-off Maserati on the Wall of Death in a new clip from the upcoming episode of Top Gear.

The TV star attempts circuits on the vertical face of the wall at Alexandra Palace, north London.

In the episode, Flintoff and co-hosts Paddy McGuinness and Chris Harris are convinced they have found a way of landing cheap performance cars, each buying a written-off model for less than £6,000.

After a trio of challenges at the Top Gear Test Track – including an inaugural game of Car Park Musical Chairs, where they meet Britain’s most reckless drivers, the Stig’s Teenage Cousins – the presenters are ordered to make their cars road legal and report to Alexandra Palace, where the Top Gear producers have constructed a huge Wall of Death.

As Flintoff begins the challenge, Harris says: “I think he has the worst vehicle for

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FinTech, Automotive AI, and More in This Week’s Top Mobile ID Stories

FinTech, Automotive AI, and More in This Week's Top Mobile ID Stories

It’s been another rich and varied week in Mobile ID World news, and that’s reflected in this week’s roundup of our most popular stories.

The emerging biometric payment cards market made an appearance, thanks to news from IDEMIA. This week the identity and security giant announced the launch of its Global FinTech Accelerator Card Program, which is aimed at helping its partners to develop their various card solutions and get them to market:

IDEMIA Launches Accelerator Program to Help FinTechs Ramp Up Card Production

Readers also showed interest in next-gen connected car tech this week, as Cerence Inc. celebrated its first birthday. A specialist in conversational AI systems designed specifically for automotive applications, Cerence spun off from its former parent company, Nuance Communications, last October, and has made a lot of progress in the ensuing months:

Cerence Celebrates First Year as Independent Company

Meanwhile, in the world of

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