LG’s V35 ThinQ smartphone is up to $250 off, plus deals on SanDisk Extreme microSD cards, and Anker wireless chargers. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Save up to $250 on LG’s unlocked V35 ThinQ

Amazon offers its Prime members the unlocked LG V35 ThinQ 64GB Android Smartphone for $400. Normally you’ll find it selling for $650. Today’s offer saves you 33% or more and matches our previous mention for the Amazon low. Sporting a six-inch QHD+ 1440p display, LG’s handset also includes dual 16 MP rear cameras. This model packs 64 GB of onboard storage, but if that’s not enough, an up to 2 TB microSD card can be leveraged for expansion. This version also includes a selection of pre-installed Amazon apps as well as hands-free access to Alexa.

Add fast SanDisk Extreme 256 GB storage to your setup

Amazon has the SanDisk Extreme 256 GB 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 160 MB/s transfer speeds that are designed for high-res imagery and 4K video. It includes a design that is temperature-proof, waterproof, shock-proof, and x-ray-proof.

Wirelessly charge two devices and save 20%

AnkerDirect via Amazon offers its PowerWave 10 Dual Qi Charging Pad for $48. That’s a 20% discount from the regular going rate and the best offer we can find. With AirPower officially in the grave, alternatives like Anker’s PowerWave 10 are here to fill the void. Dual 10W wireless charging pads ensure that your Android device or iPhone can be powered up at the fastest speeds out there. It includes everything needed to get started: PowerWave 10 charging pad, cable, and wall adapter. Learn more in our launch coverage.

 HP’s Chromebook 15 delivers 10-hour battery at $370

Amazon offers the HP Chromebook 15 2.3GHz 4GB/64GB for $370. Normally selling for $450, a price you’ll currently find at B&H, that’s good for a $80 discount and matches our previous mention for the Amazon low. Rocking higher-end build quality than your average Chromebook, HP has included a metal keyboard with diamond cut trim and a 15.6-inch micro-edge screen. There’s 64GB of onboard storage here, but expandable microSD card storage offers extra flexibility. It touts a higher-end build quality than the average Chromebook, rocking a metal keyboard with diamond cut trim. Enjoy up to 13 hours of battery life per charge, and in terms of I/O you’re looking at two USB-C ports as well as a USB-A input and more. Rated 4.4/5 stars and you can learn more in our announcement coverage.

Ditch all the remotes! Logitech Harmony 950 drops to $175

Amazon offers the Logitech Harmony 950 Universal Remote for $175. That’s down from the original $250 price tag and $225 or more regular going rate. We saw it at $150 once earlier this year, otherwise, this is a match of our 2019 mentions. Logitech’s high-end Harmony 950 remote offers a 2.4-inch touchscreen display and support for up to 15 devices at a time. One-touch activities like “watch a movie” make it easy to quickly get to your entertainment. Logitech has an expansive library of supported devices, offering over 270,000 options including most set-top boxes, Apple TV, gaming consoles, and more.

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