All of today’s best deals are live and headlined by Google Pixel 4 at $380. That’s alongside a rare discount on the NVIDIA Shield Android TV Stick at $130 and these Jabra Elite 85t earbuds for $170. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Google Pixel 4 drops to $380
Woot is currently offering the unlocked Google Pixel 4 128GB Android Smartphone for $380. Delivery will run you $6 otherwise. Normally fetching as much as $799, today’s offer amounts to $419 in savings to mark a new all-time low that beats our previous mention by $19.
Google Pixel 4 arrives with a 5.7-inch OLED display that’s backed by 90Hz refresh rate and a Snapdragon 855 processor. Alongside its 128GB of onboard storage, there’s also 6GB of RAM and 25-hour battery life, plus a pair of 12 and 16MP cameras around back, with Night Sight photography. If Google’s latest flagship smartphone isn’t worth the extra price, going with the previous-generation model is a great way to enjoy many of the features for less. Rated 4.4/5 stars from over 800 customers, and you can get a closer look in our hands-on review.
NVIDIA Shield Android TV Stick sees rare discount
Amazon is currently offering the NVIDIA Shield TV Stick for $130. Normally fetching $150, you’re looking at a rare discount on the streaming media player, with today’s offer coming within $5 of the all-time low and marking the second-best price of the year. With Android TV at the center of the experience here, NVIDIA Shield delivers 4K HDR playback in a compact streaming stick package. Alongside Google Assistant and Chromecast integration, you’ll be able to enjoy a variety of the popular streaming services. Plus, a bundled voice remote lets you easily search content and even has a built-in locator to ensure it never gets lost. Check out our hands-on review
Jabra 85t Wireless Earbuds matching all-time low
Amazon is now offering the Jabra Elite 85t True Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds down at $170. Regularly $230, this is 26% or $60 off the going rate, matching the Amazon all-time low, and the best price we can find. This set provides up to 25 hours of continuous operation via the included Qi-certified wireless and magnetic charging case. The microphone array features wind protection so you can take calls anywhere, while the 12mm drivers are joined by active noise cancellation where users can dial in just the right amount via HearThrough mode.
ASUS 14-inch 64GB Chromebook $179
Walmart is offering the ASUS 14-inch 1.1GHz/4GB/64GB Chromebook for $179. That’s $90 off the going rate found at retailers like Sam’s Club, undercuts Amazon’s $200 sale price for the downgraded 32GB model, and beats the lowest offer we have tracked for this configuration by $20. This Google Classroom-ready Chromebook features a metallic finish, boots up in seconds, and will always keep itself up to date. Not only can you take full advantage of Chrome OS, you’ll also be able to run Android apps thanks to built-in support for the Google Play Store. Thanks to 8-hour battery life, it will be able to power many users throughout a standard work day. When it comes to I/O, you’ll get dual Type-C, a couple USB-A ports, 3.5mm, and a microSD card reader.
TicWatch Pro S Smartwatch tracks VO2 Max at $208
Mobvoi is currently offering its TicWatch Pro S Smartwatch for $208. Typically fetching $260, you’re looking at 20% in savings with today’s offer beating Amazon’s competing discount by $14 in order to mark the best price to date. This is also still one of the very first price cuts to date, as well. Having just launched in March, Mobvoi’s latest wearable arrives with a 1.39-inch AMOLED display, up to 30-day battery life, and Wear OS support for pairing with your Android or iOS device. That’s alongside a bevy of fitness tracking features like being able to monitor VO2 Max, breathing, stress, and heart rate.
Best trade-in deals
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