Friday’s best deals include the budget-friendly Moto E Plus, HP Chromebooks, and a four-camera Arlo security bundle. Hit the jump for in today’s edition of 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Best Pixel 3a deals to date
We’ve spotted a handful of new Pixel 3a offers this morning, headlined by Best Buy taking $100 off with new Sprint activations and throwing in a $100 gift card as well. That brings the price down to $299.99. If you prefer another service, you can still take around $50 off in most instances.
Moto E Plus goes light on price as a budget Android device
B&H has the Moto E Plus Android smartphone in unlocked condition for $100. We typically see it sell for $150 these days. This budget-friendly device sports a 1.4GHz Snapdragon 427 processor, a rear 13MP camera, 16GB of storage and a 5.5-inch display. Ideal for grandparents or kids that do not require the latest tech.
Score HP’s 2-in-1 Chromebook for $360
Today only over at Woot, you can grab the HP 2-in-1 Chromebook for $360 in certified refurbished condition. It was originally $599 but goes for $499 in new condition these days. Includes a 90-day warranty from HP. This Chromebook features 32GB of onboard flash storage, all-day battery life, USB-C port and more. Plus thanks to its detachable keyboard design, it can quickly become a tablet which also happens to pair with a stylus.
Arlo Pro outfits your home with cameras for $350
Today only, you can pick up a four-camera Arlo Pro bundle for $350. It typically sells for upwards of $500, making it a particularly notable discount. Headlined by an eye-catching seven days of free cloud DVR, this Arlo Pro system is joined by two 720p waterproof, wireless cameras. Other standout inclusions that make the cut are two-way audio, motion and sound alerts, and more. This is an excellent (and affordable) way to outfit your home with security cameras.
TP-Link’s Assistant-enabled Light Switch drop to $20 each
Best Buy is also offering a one-day deal on a pair of TP-Link HS210 Smart Light Switches for $40. That’s $20 off the going rate and a match of the all-time low. TP-Link’s HS210 switches work with traditional three-way in-wall lighting and supports Assistant plus several other smart home platforms, all without the need of an additional hub. They’re a more affordable way to get whole-home smart lighting without having to replace every single bulb.
Save $25 on Honeywell’s Touchscreen Thermostat
Bringing scheduling and other intelligent features to your thermostat doesn’t have to break the bank. For $65 at Amazon, you can buy Honeywell’s Touchscreen Thermostat. That’s $25 off the going rate and one of the best we’ve seen. It lacks smart capabilities, but this programmable thermostat lets you set up a 5- and 2 day schedule, allowing you to conserve energy while away from home. A sleek white look and touchscreen interface make it an excellent option for most spaces.