Today’s best deals include the Harman Kardon Citation ONE, Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra, and more. Hit the jump for all that and more in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Harman’s Citation ONE Google Assistant Smart Speaker

Today only, the official Best Buy eBay store is offering the Harman Kardon Citation ONE Smart Speaker for $80. Regularly $230 direct from Harman and at Best Buy, today’s offer is a sizable $150 in savings, the lowest we can find, and matching the lowest we have tracked. While compatible with other Citation speakers for a multi-room setup, this is a more than capable home speaker on its own nonetheless. Carrying a 0.79-inch tweeter and a 3.5-inch woofer, alongside Bluetooth and Wi-Fi support, it also has built-in Google Assistant support for commanding your music (and other connected gear) with your voice. 

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra

Amazon currently offers the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 128GB for $1,120. Down from $1,400, today’s offer is good for a $280 discount, comes within $20 of the all-time low, and is the second-best we’ve seen to date. Centered around a 6.9-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, Samsung’s S20 Ultra delivers 37-hour battery life and a camera array with 100x Space Zoom for capturing hi-res images from up to 300 feet away. Other notable features here include 5G connectivity, expandable microSD card storage, and reverse wireless charging. 

Motorola razr returns to low at $500 off

Motorola is currently offering its previous-generation razr 128GB Smartphone for $1,000. Typically fetching $1,500, like you’ll still pay direct at Verizon, today’s offer amounts to 33% in savings and matches our previous mention for the all-time low. While Motorola is still running a $200 off launch discount on the latest version, today’s offer is a great way to score a similar folding experience for less. Featuring a 6.2-inch folding OLED display, Motorola razr packs an outer display that pairs with a 16MP camera. Alongside the old school vibes here, you’ll also benefit from 24 hours of battery life per charge, 128GB of storage, and a fingerprint reader. Learn more in our announcement coverage.

Samsung’s Galaxy Buds for $75

Microsoft’s official eBay storefront is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Buds for $75. Down from the $110 you’d pay at Amazon right now, today’s offer is good for a 32% discount, beats the all-time low there by $15, and is one of the best we’ve seen to date. Sporting a truly wireless form-factor, Samsung’s Galaxy Buds are a great companion to its handsets, as well as a variety of other devices. On top of its 6-hour playback on a single charge, the companion charging case brings an extra seven into the mix. Plus, there’s also AKG drivers, splash-resistance, and more.

Samsung 11-inch Chromebook 4 falls to $199

Walmart is currently offering the Samsung 11-inch Chromebook 4 1.1GHz/4GB/32GB for $199. Typically fetching $230, like you’ll find at B&H right now, today’s offer is $1 below our previous mention and marking the best we’ve seen in 2020 for this configuration. Delivering a more premium Chrome OS experience than what you’ll find elsewhere, Samsung’s 11-inch Chromebook 4 packs 4GB of RAM and 32GB of solid-state storage into a robust “military-grade” casing. That’s on top of built-in Google Assistant, upwards of 12.5-hour battery life, and USB-C as well as USB 3.0 inputs. 

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