Today’s best deals include Google Nest Wifi bundles from $194, plus Galaxy Tab S5e starting at $330, and more. Hit the jump for all of our top picks in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Google Nest Wifi deals return

BuyDig offers the Google Nest Wifi and Access Point bundled with two SanDisk 32GB Extreme microSD Cards for $194. That’s down from the usual $269 price tag and $5 less than our previous mention before the microSD cards are accounted for ($30 value). The latest version of Nest Wifi offers a 2-node system that covers up to 3,800 square feet at a time, blanketing your home, office, or other space with fast internet. There’s also built-in Nest functionality here, parental controls, and Assistant capabilities. We loved it in our hands-on review.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S5e drops to new all-time lows

Amazon is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e 128GB Android Tablet for $410. Typically selling for $480, today’s offer saves you $70, beats our previous mention by $18, and marks a new all-time low. Best Buy also has the 64GB version for $330, down from $400. Armed with a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S5e tablet is perfect for catching up on your favorite shows alongside web browsing and more. It also features up to 14 hours of battery life per charge for all-day usage, as well as face unlocking technology.

JBL Link 10 Portable Assistant Speaker is $50

JBL is currently offering its Link 10 Portable Assistant Speaker for $50 in white. Typically fetching $180, like you’ll currently find for other styles, today’s offer beats our previous mention by $50 and is the best we’ve seen on a new condition model to date. Bringing Google Assistant to a portable form factor, JBL’s Link 10 features an IPX7-waterproof housing, as well as up to 5 hours of audio playback per charge. It’s perfect for controlling smart home gear around the house, or just enjoying some tunes. To round out the features there’s built-in Chromecast support, which lets you add this into your multi-room audio setup.

TP-Link smart plugs from $10

Amazon is currently offering the TP-Link Kasa KP200 In-Wall Dual Outlet Smart Plug for $25. Usually selling for $40, like you’ll currently find at Home Depot right now, today’s offer saves you 38% and marks a new low this year. Featuring two independently-controllable outlets, this in-wall smart plug is ideal for automating lamps and other accessories around the house. Plus, it works with Alexa and Assistant, as well as with a smartphone app which yields scheduling functionality and more. Another benefit is that you won’t need an extra hub to bring TP-Link’s smart plug into your setup.

Synology’s 2-Bay DS218+ NAS down to $270

Newegg is currently offering the Synology 2-Bay DiskStation DS218+ NAS for $270. Down from $300, like you’ll find at Amazon, today’s offer marks a new 2020 low and comes within $20 of the all-time low set only once before over a year ago. This model features 2GB of RAM that’s expandable up to 6GB and video transcoding capabilities perfect for serving 4K video over Plex and more. It supports up to 16TB drives in each bay and features up to 113MB/s transfer speeds, making this NAS a more than capable option for kickstarting your home media setup, backup server, and more.

Best trade-in deals

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