Google Pixel Slate comes bundled with a keyboard at a low of $549, plus deals on the JBL Link 10 portable speaker for $100 and Bose Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones 700 hit a new low at $327. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Google Pixel Slate hits the best price yet

Amazon is currently offering the Google Pixel Slate Intel Core m3 Tablet bundled with a keyboard for $549 shipped. Usually selling for $998, today’s offer matches our previous mention on the tablet alone, with the added value of the keyboard saving you an extra $199. The entire experience here is centered around a 12.3-inch touchscreen molecule display. Google has armed its Pixel Slate with 64GB of on-board storage, as well as 8GB of RAM and ten hours of battery life. Plus, throw in the keyboard and you’ll be ready to take work on-the-go. You can dive into our hands-on review for a closer look. More below.

JBL Link 10 Portable Speaker packs Assistant

Today only, Best Buy has the JBL Link 10 Portable Google Assistant Speaker for $100. Normally fetching $150, today’s offer is good for a 33% discount and is the best price we’ve seen since back in March. Bringing Google Assistant to a portable form-factor, JBL’s Link 10 features an IPX7-waterproof housing, as well as up to five hours of audio playback per charge. To round out the features there’s built-in Chromecast support, which lets you add this into your multi-room audio setup.

Bose Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones 700 hit new low

The latest Bose Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones 700 are on sale for $327 today at Rakuten. As a comparison, these headphones typically sell for $399 and other retailers. This is the best price we’ve tracked to date since its release. As the successors to the wildly-popular QC35 SII’s, these headphones have been anxiously awaiting a new discount. Notable features include noise-cancellation, built-in Alexa and Assistant control, and the usual suite of connectivity options. Count on up to 20-hours of playback on a single charge.

Add fast SanDisk Extreme 256GB storage to your setup

Amazon offers the SanDisk Extreme 256GB microSD card for $45. That’s down as much as $15 from the regular going rate and the second best offer we’ve tracked at Amazon all-time. SanDisk Extreme microSD cards are a step up from the brand’s regular line, with fast 160MB/s transfer speeds that are designed for high-res imagery and 4K video. Includes a design which is temperature-proof, water-proof, shock-proof and x-ray-proof.

Cut the cord for $50 off w/ HDHomeRun EXTEND

B&H is currently offering the SiliconDust HDHomeRun EXTEND Dual OTA Tuner for $130. Typically selling for $180, like you’ll find right now at Newegg, that’s good for a $50 discount and matches our previous mention. HDHomeRun’s EXTEND tuner allows you to watch or record two channels at a time. Rounding out its cord-cutting abilities, you’ll be able to enjoy content on everything from an iPhone to Apple TV and more. It’s also a notable option for pairing with Plex, which gives you access to DVR and other features.

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