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Holiday shopping season is upon, and if you're in search for the best cheap tech gifts, there are plenty of options for any recipient that are under $75.
Rode's experience with creating pro-grade audio equipment combines with the ease of USB-based audio to create a standout entry in the Rode X debut lineup that sounds good enough for the pickiest streamer or podcaster.
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FinanceSee all Finance
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EducationSee all Education
A laptop for college is different than a laptop for work. Students need features like portability, lots of storage, a high-end webcam, and more to tackle their classes. Fitting all these requirements is our top choice the MacBook Air.
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