Audio visual fans will be in their element with today’s technology deals. Rather than focus on smaller accessories that work with smartphones like Apple’s iPhone, we’ve got a range of high-quality hardware that focuses on providing advanced audio and visual experiences. Check out today’s hoard and see if there’s anything that takes your interest.

Let’s start off with the Sonos Play:3 for the audio buffs looking for a wireless speaker arrangement in their house. This is quickly followed by a 32-inch 720p LED TV which comes bundled with the Amazon Fire TV Stick + Remote.

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There’s then also a 24-inch full-HD monitor display from Acer with almost 50% discount applied to it. And to top it all off, you have the chance to grab the The Ultimate Bond Collection + Spectre Bundle on Blu-ray – a collection of all Bond films released to date on Blu-ray – only for $90!

Our pick of the day would be the Blu-ray Bond movies collection. The entire collection usually costs a whopping $300, but for today only it can be yours for just $90. As is usually the case, all the deals listed here are available for a limited time or till stocks last, whatever happens first, so if there’s a deal in here that interests you, act quickly before the offer expires.

SONOS Play:3 Smart Wireless Speaker for Music Streaming, Refurb ($224.00, usually $269.00)

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Don’t let the fact that this little beauty is a certified refurbished product put you off. If you’ve been looking for an affordable and reputable wireless speaker that can stream your entire music library with relative ease, then you’d be hard-pushed to find a better product than the SONOS in this type of price range. If pure, clean sound is what you’re after, then do yourself a favor and seriously consider the Play:3.

Buy: SONOS Play:3 Smart Wireless Speaker for Music Streaming from Amazon: $224 | Original price: $269

Acer 24-inch Full HD Monitor Display ($89.99, usually $149.99)

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This 24-inch Acer display comes with a full HD widescreen setup with 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. From a design perspective, there’s a super-slim profile that won’t take up any real desk space when in use. There’s also outstanding visual performance and an awareness of the environment thanks to its smart use of energy. Oh yes, and it’s available right now for less than $90. A great bargain for those looking for a high-performance monitor.

Buy: Acer 24-inch Full HD Monitor Display from Amazon:$89.99 | Original price: $150

The Ultimate Bond Collection + Spectre Bundle on Blu-ray, All 24 Movies ($89.99, usually $299.99)

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Sometimes you just need to lock yourself in a room, order in some snacks and beverage, and immerse yourself in a world of espionage and thrills. Thankfully, if you have a Blu-ray player you can now do that thanks to the Ultimate James Bond Collection. This is all of the James Bond movies (24 in total) gathered together in one collection. That includes every Bond girl and Bond villain. It includes every iconic actor who has played the iconic British spy. This is simply a must have for Bond fans around the world. This pack contains 25 Blu-ray discs full of Bond action.

Buy: The Ultimate Bond Collection + Spectre Bundle on Blu-ray from Amazon: $89.99 | Original price: $300

Hisense 32-inch 720p LED TV + Fire TV Stick ($119.99, usually $169.87)

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If you’re gong to be locking yourself in a room to watch the entire James Bond collection on Blu-ray, then you’re going to need a television set to watch it on. Step forward the extremely affordable Hisense 32-inch 720p LED TV, and what’s more, it also comes with an accompanying Amazon Fire TV Stick with Remote that will facilitate additional content through services like Netflix and Amazon Video.

Buy: Hisense 32-inch 720p LED TV + Fire TV Stick from Amazon: $119.99 | Original price: $170

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