Thursday’s best deals include the TicWatch Pro for $218, plus the Lenovo Smart Display, and the Xiaomi Mi streamer. Head below for all the best deals and more in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

TicWatch Pro is on sale

Mobvoi via Amazon is offering the TicWatch Pro 4G/LTE Smartwatch for $220. It’s also on sale direct from Mobvoi for $218. Regularly $300, today’s offer is more than $30 below our previous mention, beats the lowest we have tracked on Amazon by about $5, and is the best we can find. This model is 4G/LTE-ready and provides up to five days of battery life (18 hours with cellular data in use), built-in GPS, heart rate monitoring, and fitness tracking functionality. Featuring a knurled stainless-steel bezel, a Corning Gorilla 3 anti-finger print glass, and IP68 waterproofing, it is designed to meet 810G US military durability standards.

Lenovo Assistant Smart Display is 50% off

Lenovo’s official eBay storefront offers its 10-inch Assistant-enabled Smart Display for $127. Having originally sold for $250, it’s been more recently fetching $200 or so. Today’s offer saves you upwards of 50% and is the best we’ve seen since September. Lenovo’s Smart Display brings Google Assistant to an up-to-10-inch screen. It’s a fantastic option to accompany you in the kitchen as a sous-chef or elsewhere in your home for smart lighting control or watching videos. Plus, you’ll be able to pull up smart camera feeds and more. In our hands-on review, we found it to excel as a kitchen countertop companion.

Xiaomi Mi Box S 4K is $48

Woot offers the Xioami Mi Box S 4K Streaming Media Player for $48. That’s down from the original $70 price tag and current $64 going rate at Walmart. This isn’t your regular streamer, as Xiaomi Mi features full 4K and HDR support, along with an included remote with Google Assistant. Of course, you’ll find all of your favorite streaming services and more.

ASUS Chromebook 14 hits $299

Walmart currently offers the ASUS Chromebook 14 C425 Core M3/4GB/128GB for $299. Having originally sold for $449, it has more recently been fetching $399. Today’s offer saves you 25%, is $30 under our previous price cut, and matches the all-time low. Based around a 14-inch NanoEdge display, this entry from ASUS features a more premium form-factor than your average Chromebook. Its all-metal design sports two USB-C ports alongside USB-A 3.1, a microSD card reader, and more. An Intel Core M3 processor pairs with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. Plus, up to 12-hours of battery keeps it running all-day long. Learn more in our announcement coverage. More below.

Take $100 off the Moto One Action

Amazon is currently offering the unlocked Motorola Moto One Action 128GB Android Smartphone for $249.99 shipped. Also at B&H. Usually selling for $350, today’s offer matches our previous mention for the Amazon all-time low and is still one of the first times we’ve seen it on sale. Featuring a 6.3-inch CinemaVision display, Motorola powers its new Moto One with an octa-core processor. Around back, you’ll find a triple camera system comprised of 5MP depth, 12MP wide-angle, and 16MP sensors. Other notable features include 128GB of storage, Dolby Audio, and more. Learn more in our launch coverage.

Best trade-in deals

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