Wednesday’s best deals include the Sony Xperia 10 Plus smartphone from $280JVC’s 6.8-inch Android Auto Receiver at $100 off, and two Ring Spotlight Cams for $219. Head below for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Score Sony’s Xperia 10 Plus from $280

Amazon currently offers the Sony Xperia 10 Plus 64GB GSM Unlocked Android Smartphone for $300. Down from $380, today’s offer beats our previous mention by $50 and returns the price to an Amazon all-time low for only the second time. Centered around a 6.5-inch HD display, Sony features a dual rear camera array comprised of 8 and 12MP sensors. Everything comes powered by a Snapdragon 1.8GHz octa-core processor and includes 64GB of onboard storage. If that’s not enough, a microSD card slot allows for easy expansion. If you don’t mind activating today, Best Buy will sell you the handset for $280. Learn more in our hands-on coverage.

Save $100 on JVC’s Android Auto Receiver

Best Buy’s official eBay storefront offers the JVC 6.8-inch CarPlay and Android Receiver (V850BT) for $380. Usually selling for $480, today’s offer saves you 20%, is $20 under the previous price cut, and a new all-time low. Featuring a 6.8-inch touchscreen display, JVC’s CarPlay and Android Auto receiver is a must-have upgrade to your ride if you’re looking for enhanced smartphone integration. It notably makes keeping an eye on directions, music playback, and more a breeze while commuting.

Ring Spotlight Cams 2-pack for $219

B&H offers a 2-pack of battery-powered Ring Spotlight Cams for $219. Typically fetching $199 each, right now you’ll pay $169 on sale at Amazon. Today’s offer saves you up to $179, beats our previous mention by $39, and is one of the best prices we’ve tracked. Featuring the ability to record in 1080p, Ring’s Spotlight Cam expands upon its Video Doorbell brethren to offer additional home security coverage. Alongside just being able to keep an eye on outdoor activity, it has built-in LED light strips for illuminating your yard, as well as a siren. Picking up two of the cameras is a great way to surveil both your front and back yards.

Grab two TP-Link Deco Mesh routers for $100

Amazon currently offers the TP-Link Deco M5 802.11ac Mesh Wi-Fi System 2-pack for $100. Typically selling for $130, like you’ll find right now at B&H, today’s offer saves you over 23%, matches our previous mention, and comes within $1 of the Amazon low.  TP-Link’s Deco M5 is an affordable way to enjoy the benefits of whole home mesh coverage. It blankets your abode in over 3,800-square feet of dual-band 1,300Mb/s network speeds, touts enhanced multi-user connection technology, and more. Each of the two included routers also have two Gigabit Ethernet ports, giving you the flexibility for expanding your wired network as well as setting up a dedicated backhaul.

JBL Charge 3 Waterproof Speaker

Woot is currently offering the JBL Charge 3 Portable Waterproof Speaker for $80. Delivery adds $6 otherwise. Usually selling for $100, today’s offer is good for a 20% discount, is $9 under the Amazon all-time low, and one of the best discounts we’ve tracked all-time. Sporting an IPX7 waterproof design, this speaker can keep the tunes going for 20-hours at a time, ensuring you can rock out all-day long. You can even connect multiple speakers together for a stereo setup. Learn more in our hands-on review.

Best trade-in deals

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