Amazon’s PNY storage sale highlights today’s best deals from $6, plus Philips hue lights are on sale alongside Audio-Technica’s fan-favorite headphones. You’ll find all that and more in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Load up on PNY storage from $6 at Amazon
Today only, Amazon has up to 40% off select PNY storage products. Deals start at under $6 with free shipping for Prime members or in orders over $25. Our top pick is the PNY 128 GB microSD card for $16. It typically goes for around $25 and is at a new Amazon all-time low price. Ideal for transferring high-resolution content or adding storage to your Nintendo Switch, this card offers transfer speeds up to 100 MB/s. Includes an SD card adapter with purchase. Check out the entire sale right here.
Expand your Philips Hue kit with a dimmable white bulb
Woot has a notable sale today on Philips Hue bulbs from $5 including popular A19 smart lights for under $10. Typically selling for $14, that’s good for an over 31% discount, matches our previous mention, and is right around the all-time low. Entering as the most affordable light bulb in the Philips Hue ecosystem, this A19 bulb is still dimmable and works with HomeKit, Alexa, and more when paired with the required Hue Bridge. The main trade-off here is that you can’t change the lighting’s color or temperature, though for just over $11 apiece, this is a great way to grow your smart home.
Audio-Technica’s ATHM40x Monitor Headphones down to $79
Amazon offers the Audio-Technica ATHM40x Professional Monitor Headphones for $79. Down from $99, today’s offer saves you $20 and matches our previous mention for the 2019 low. Audio-Technica’s headphones are based around dual 40 mm drivers. These allow this pair of cans to accomplish “incredibly accurate sound monitoring across the entire frequency range.” The design is rounded out by a professional-grade earpad and headband for comfort during extended listening sessions.
Google’s latest Chromecast streamers are on sale from $30
BuyDig via Rakuten is offering the Google Chromecast Ultra for $58. That’s a 15% savings compared to the typical rate at retailers like Amazon and is the best offer we can find right now. While Nintendo and Apple are investing in mobile-first gaming, Google is taking a different approach with Stadia. Owners of many Google devices (including Chromecast Ultra) will be able to stream and play full-blown console/PC games at up to 4K60 quality. Additionally, this streamer also works with apps like Netflix and YouTube, making it a well-rounded device worth plugging into the TV. More from $30.
JBL Charge 4 delivers an IPX7 design at 20% off
B&H currently offers the JBL Charge 4 Waterproof Portable Bluetooth Speaker in several colors for $120. Normally selling for $150, today’s offer had been matched at Amazon, though it’s now selling for $130. You’ll also find that price at Best Buy and JBL direct. In total you’ll save 20% from the going rate and drop the price down to the lowest offer we’ve seen. Sporting an IPX7 waterproof design, JBL’s Charge 4 touts dual passive radiators to delivery “powerful, ear catching sound.” Whether the speaker tags along to your next tailgate or outdoor hangout, it’s ready for all-day use with 20 hours of playback per charge. Its 7500mAh battery can also charge your phone via a USB port.
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