You might not hear much about inexpensive gadgets, but they exist

As consumers feel the effects of inflation in fuel and food, they are likely to look for bargains in discretionary tech purchases

“The good news is that there are deals to be had, especially in televisions and smartphones.”

The only thing better than snagging a powerful smart speaker for $38 is when a smart light bulb is included in the price

For only $258, the just-announced TCL Stylus 5G is a fraction of the cost of many premium smartphones, yet manages to impress for its deep feature set

Starting at only $11 (for 32 gigabytes), the SanDisk Ultra Dual Drive Luxe USB Type-C is a tiny storage solution

For music lovers on a budget, NexiGo’s Air T2 earbuds ($69) are a pair of ultra-thin, lightweight and truly wireless earbuds.

“However, for a real bargain, Microsoft’s Xbox Game Pass allows you to play games on PCs and even Samsung Smart TVs – just add a controller.”