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These must-have Black Friday deals from Amazon will keep you plugged in- #BlackFriday

When it comes to having just about anything you might need, Amazon is already a good resource. However, Amazon makes it even easier to find all your essential items, thanks to AmazonBasics. That includes things like tripods, TV mounts, towels, bedsheets, and so much more. Many of these items are already pretty inexpensive, but thanks to Black Friday, a lot of them are seeing some pretty nice discounts, so you can stock up on things you might need around the house.

Since we're a mobile-focused site, we've highlighted some of the discounts on items that will most benefit our readers. Many of the discounts are aimed at power items, so multi-outlet power cords, cables, and the like. With the impressive smart home Black Friday deals on devices like the Nest Hub Max, having more power cords around the house is necessary. And for those of you looking to take advantage of the Black Friday deals on Android phones, you can really never have too many charging cables.

AmazonBasics 9-foot USB-C to USB-C 2.0 cable - 5 pack | 15% off

$30.08 at Amazon

With more smartphones and computers sporting USB-C cables, these are very handy to have around the house. These cables are extra long, so you don't have to worry about using your phone in bed while it's charging.

AmazonBasics 9-foot USB-A to USB-C 2.0 cable - 5 pack | 18% off

$26.24 at Amazon

While USB-C is all the rage, we know that many computers and chargers still use USB-A but are still very capable, so it's good to stock up on these cables. And at 18% off, you're getting an excellent deal for a 5-pack.

AmazonBasics 6-Outlet Surge Protector Power Cord Strip - 10 pack | 24% off

$68.93 at Amazon

With this 6-outlet power strip, you can charge just about all the things at once and stay protected from power surges. and the 6-foot cord makes it ideal for extending from hard-to-reach outlets.

Of course, with cords and power strips, you're still going to need a charging adapter for your smartphone. For example, there are plenty to choose from among the best USB-C chargers. However, Belkin does have a few wall chargers on sale that you might want to take a look at.

Of course, if you'd rather go cordless, you can always opt for some wireless chargers instead.

Source: androidcentral

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