Amazon’s Pixel 3 deal is amongst the best we’ve seen all-time, plus a new Anker sale gets you ready for back to school. Finally Sony’s Android Auto receiver is on sale to round out today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break. Hit the jump for more.
Latest Pixel 3 deal beats Prime Day 2019
Amazon is currently offering a particularly notable Pixel 3 deal this morning, bringing the entry-level model down to $500. That’s a $299 savings from the regular going rate and $39 less than our Prime Day 2019 mention. This is the best price we’ve tracked at Amazon all-time. You can also grab the larger Pixel 3 XL model for $600, which is also $299 off. Pixel 3 offers Android 9.0 Pie OS, an OLED display with HDR support, and a 12MP camera. We loved it in our hands-on review, noting that it’s arguably the best Android device out there currently and on par with the latest iPhones. Put your savings to work and grab a Google Pixel 3 case from Spigen to keep your new device safe on-the-go.
Woot also has a notable 1-day sale on Pixel 1 and 2 models from $105. If you don’t need the latest tech and are ok going the refurbished route, these deals are worth checking out. Ideal for students going back to school.
Anker’s back to school sale is loaded with tech
Anker has launched its annual back to school sale with deals across just about every product category. The latest Amazon event includes Anker’s new USB-C hub and the latest Soundcore Liberty Neo earbuds, both of which are under $40. You can find all of our top picks right here.
Sony Android Auto Receiver hits a new all-time low
Best Buy’s official eBay storefront is offering a new all-time low on the Sony 7-inch Android Auto receiver at $330. Notable features include a bright 7-inch display, support for both Android Auto and CarPlay, along with a selection of physical buttons for easy control.
Google Chromecast Ultra is a Stadia-ready streamer
Today only, Electronic Express via Rakuten is offering the Google Chromecast Ultra for $59. That’s $9 off the going rate found at retailers like Amazon and is one of the best prices we have tracked recently. Google’s 4K-ready streamer turns your smartphone into a remote by letting you cast content directly to it from popular apps like Netflix, YouTube, and more. It works with Google Home and it’s Stadia’s flagship device. For those unfamiliar, Stadia is an upcoming Google service for streaming the latest and greatest video games over the internet.
The standalone Oculus Go VR kit is now up to $50 off
Newegg is offering the 32GB Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset for $149. Regularly $249 everywhere including Amazon, today’s deal is $10 below Black Friday in July and matching the Prime Day 2019 price tag. Along with built-in audio and included controllers, this truly is a standalone VR experience. It requires no PC, smartphone or gaming console to run its “state-of-the-art 3D graphics.” You can also score the 64GB version for $209 as well.