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This post was created in partnership with The Wirecutter, a list of the best technology to buy. Read their continuously updated list of deals at TheWirecutter.com.

You may have already seen Engadget posting reviews from our friends at The Wirecutter. Now, from time to time, we'll also be publishing their recommended deals on some of their top picks. Read on, and strike while the iron is hot -- some of these sales could expire mighty soon.

Fujifilm X-T10 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 16-50mm Lens

Street Price: $900; MSRP: $900; Deal Price: $800

This is the first good price drop we've seen on this camera, dropping it $100 below the street price. While this deal is available through Adorama, you can also get it from BuyDig or Beach Camera.

Our article on the best mirrorless cameras under $1000 is in the review stage of an update, but we'll let you in on a little secret: the X-T10 is likely going to be one of our picks. Amadou Diallo, our camera writer working on the guide, told us, "The Fujifilm X-T10 is a smaller less expensive version of our top mirrorless pick, the Fuji X-T1, with a smaller viewfinder and no weather-sealing but with identical image quality."

Dell P2715Q 27-inch Ultra HD 4K Monitor

Street Price: $525; MSRP: $700; Deal Price: $450

If you're hard set on buying a 4K computer monitor, this deal from Adorama through their eBay store might be for you. We still recommend you wait for more third-party support for 4K, but this is the lowest price we've seen on this 4K Dell monitor.

The Dell P2715Q is our "if you must" 4K pick in our guide on the best 27-inch monitors. David Murphy writes, "We still think it's better to wait, but Dell's P2715Q is the 4K monitor to get if you must, thanks to its excellent picture quality, ample connections, adjustability, and built-in USB 3.0 hub."

Tronsmart Dual Turbo Rapid Ports Car Charger

Street Price: $20; MSRP: $40; Deal Price: $11 with code VYWBJYI5

The best price we've seen on the only Quick Charge 2.0 car charger we tested with multiple ports. Make sure to use the code VYWBJYI5 during checkout to get the right price. Their three port charger is also available for $9 with the code 3DM7J6M6, but only one of the ports supports Quick Charge 2.0.

This was one of the few Quick Charge 2.0 chargers we've recommended so far in our best USB car charger guide. Nick Guy wrote, "Tronsmart's Dual Turbo Rapid Ports Car Charger is the only model we tested that packs two Quick Charge 2.0 ports; most of the multiport chargers have just one Quick Charge port, with the rest supporting standard draws. When not being used with a Quick Charge device, each of the two ports can provide up to 2.4 Amps simultaneously. "

Cambridge SoundWorks OontZ Ultra Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Street Price: $25; MSRP: $70; Deal Price: $15 with code 40OFFWOW

The code 40OFFWOW drops this little speaker down to match one of the best prices we've seen. We've previously posted deals at $17 and $18, so a couple bucks under our previous low is solid. This deal is available on 4 models, black, gold, blue, and silver.

This is our pick for a super-inexpensive and super-portable option in our best Bluetooth speaker guide. Brent Butterworth said, "It has more bass than you'd probably expect from a device of its size, and plays loud enough (and then some) for all the uses we outlined above. Battery life is rated at only 5 hours, but one of our testing samples played Steely Dan's 'Aja' for 14 hours at full volume, and the other lasted 13.5 hours." He also gave it particular praise for its fit, finish, and features.

Deals change all the time, and some of these may have expired. To see an updated list of current deals, please go to The Wirecutter.com.

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