All of today’s best deals are headlined by Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Pro dropping to $127 alongside these Anker Android essentials from $13. Not to mention, there’s a Google Assistant-enabled eufy video doorbell for $80. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro drops to $127

B&H is now offering the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro for $127. Typically fetching $200, you’re looking at just over 36% in savings with today’s offer, which also marks a new all-time low.

Living up to their pro designation, Samsung’s latest earbuds arrive with improved active noise cancellation alongside an Ambient Mode. Other notable features include 28-hour battery life on a single charge, a workout-ready form factor thanks to IPX7 water-resistance, and seamless pairing to your Galaxy handset. Considering you’d pay $150 for the Galaxy Buds 2, today’s offer is a pretty compelling discount for finally taking advantage of Samsung’s flagship earbuds. We noted that they are “simply excellent” in our hands-on review.

Anker discounts iPhone essentials from $13

Anker is now back via its official Amazon storefront with a new sale to close out the week. With discounts on iPhone and Android essentials alongside more capable portable power stations and more, our top pick is the Anker PowerExtend USB-C 3 Cube for $26. Down from $40, you’re looking at a new all-time low following the 35% discount that’s $2 under our previous mention. 

Anker’s PowerExtend Cube arrives with three AC outlets for tidying up the desk or nightstand charging setup. That’s alongside a pair of 2.4A USB-A ports that pair with the 30W USB-C PD output to handle refueling smartphones and other accessories.

eufy’s battery 1080p video doorbell works with Google Assistant

Woot via Amazon is now offering the eufy Battery 1080p Video Doorbell for $80. Having dropped from $120, you’re looking at 33% in savings with today’s offer marking a new all-time low at $5 under our previous mention.

With the winter holiday season and, by extension, a slew of package deliveries,on the horizon, upgrading your front door with this eufy video doorbell is a great way to deter porch pirates and monitor drop-offs. Featuring 1080p recording, the battery-powered design allows the doorbell to go 120 days before needing to be recharged. There’s also a bundled chime for knowing when someone arrives, as well as integration with Alexa and Google Assistant. 

Google Pixelbook Go aces the upcoming school year from $622

Amazon is now offering the Google Pixelbook Go i5/16GB/128GB for $899. Normally fetching $999, today’s offer amounts to $100 in savings while matching our previous mention for the Amazon all-time low. Just in time for back to school, Google’s latest Chromebook enters with a 13-inch touchscreen display and a portable design that practically begs to be taken to and from class. It’s powered by an i5 processor and supplemented by 16GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. That aforementioned lightweight form-factor still manages to deliver 12 hours of usage per change on top of a backlit keyboard and two USB-C ports. You can get a better idea of what to expect in our review.

JBL is now offering refurbished models of its Link Music smart Wi-Fi home speaker for just $39. Regularly $120 at B&H and elsewhere in new condition, this is the lowest price we can find by a long shot. This is essentially like JBL’s HomePod competitor with built-in Wi-Fi and voice commands via your Google Assistant eco-system. “Keep the music going with seamless Wi-Fi or Bluetooth streaming and easily access your Spotify, YouTube Music or Apple Music with no interruptions.” On-board AirPlay 2 and Chromecast make way for music apps, audiobooks, and podcasts alongside “a full-range transducer with 360-degree capabilities.”

Best trade-in deals

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