Thursday’s best deals include the LG G7 Fit at $250, Lenovo’s 14-inch Chromebooks at a new all-time low, and a notable deal on Beats Studio3 wireless headphones. Head below for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
LG’s G7 Fit Android Smartphone down to a new low at $250
Today only, Woot offers the unlocked LG G7 Fit 32 GB Android Smartphone for $250. Delivery will run you an extra $6 otherwise. Usually selling for $340, like you’ll find at Best Buy right now, here you’ll save $90 while dropping the price to a new all-time low. Centered around a 6.1-inch QHD+ FullVision Display, LG’s G7 Fit comes packed with another notable feature like IP67 water-resistance, a rear 16 MP camera, and built-in fingerprint sensor. While there’s only 32 GB of built-in storage, a microSD card slot allows for easy expansion down the road. Plus, with support for Android Pie, you’ll be able to experience enhanced gesture navigation, digital wellbeing functionality, and more.
Lenovo’s 14-inch Chromebook drops to new low
Walmart is currently offering the Lenovo S330 2.1 GHz/4 GB/32 GB Chromebook for $169. Having originally sold for $250, a price you’ll still find direct from Lenovo, we’ve more recently been seeing it go for $220. Today’s offer is good for a 23% discount, is $10 below the previous price drop, and is a new all-time low. Housed within the 14-inch form factor of this Lenovo Chromebook you’ll find 32 GB of eMMC storage and 4 GB of memory. The entire package weighs just 3.3 pounds and offers up to 8 hours of battery life per charge. In terms of ports, there’s USB-C, HDMI, and a USB 3.0 slot. Learn more in our hands-on review.
Beats Studio3 Skyline Collection wireless headphones see rare drop
Best Buy offers the Beats by Dr. Dre Studio3 Wireless Headphones Sky Collection in various colors for $190. As a comparison, you’d typically pay upwards of $350 for these over-ears. We’ve seen them come down a bit since Black Friday to $250, and today’s deal is a $10 discount from our previous mention. We rarely see the Skyline Collection go on sale, making this offer particularly notable. Beats Studio3 offers up to 12 hours of playback on a single charge alongside an “an ergonomic bellow that creates a flexible custom fit.” You’ll also find active noise cancellation here, making Beats Studio3 a solid option for long flights or noisy environments where a little extra quiet goes a long way. It includes Apple’s W1 chip for fast wireless pairing.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S5e gets first price cut
Amazon currently offers the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e 64GB Android Tablet for $350. Normally selling for $400, today’s offer is good for a $50 discount, is only the second time we’ve seen it on sale, and a new Amazon all-time low. Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S5e tablet features a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display, up to 14 hours of battery life per charge for all-day usage, and face unlocking technology. It comes backed by 64GB of internal storage, and if that’s not enough, microSD card support allows for easy expansion. Learn more in our announcement coverage.
Save 24% on Anker’s portable projectors
Woot is discounting a selection of Anker Nebular portable projectors headlined by the Mars II for $380. Shipping is free or Prime members, otherwise a $6 delivery fee applies. Typically selling for $500, today’s discount saves you 24%, beats Amazon’s current sale price by $50, and is $3 under our previous mention. Anker’s Nebula Mars II can create an up to 150-inch image, displays content in 720p, and features a 4-hour battery life. This portable projector also runs Android, allowing you to easily enjoy Netflix, Hulu, and more without the needing another device. HDMI allows for wired connections, and you’ll also find a USB port.
Best trade-in deals
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