All of today’s best deals are headlined by this Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 sale from $399. That’s alongside the first discount in months on the OnePlus Buds Pro and Amazon’s Luna cloud gaming controller hitting $50. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 on sale from $399
Amazon currently offers the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 8GB/128GB for $549. Normally fetching $700, today’s $151 discount delivers a match of the all-time low. You can also lock-in the best price yet on the entry-level 4GB/64GB configuration at $399, down from $499.
Samsung’s new Galaxy Chromebook 2 arrives with a 13.3-inch 4K QLED touchscreen display that’s backed by folding 2-in-1 design. You’ll find Wi-Fi 6 support and a backlit keyboard, as well, with the added perk of microSD and two USB-C ports. You can get a closer look in our launch coverage, too.
OnePlus Buds Pro with ANC on sale for first time in months
OnePlus is currently offering its OnePlus Buds Pro for $130 in two styles. Normally fetching $150, this marks the first price cut we’ve seen since back in November where it also went for $20 off.
OnePlus Buds Pro arrive as the first offerings in its stable rocking active noise cancellation features. Though there’s plenty more to the listening experience than just distraction-free audio, as you’re also looking at fast pairing to OnePlus phones on top of 38-hour battery life with the Qi charging case. Dive into our hands-on review for a closer look at what to expect from the package.
Amazon Luna cloud gaming controller drops to $50
Just after opening its cloud gaming service to everyone, Amazon is now offering its Luna Controller for $50. Normally fetching $70, today’s offer is the first discount we’ve seen since back over Black Friday at $20 off. This also matches the best price to date, as well.
Designed for Amazon’s recent Luna cloud gaming service, this controller will pair over Bluetooth to just about any device from a Fire tablet or Fire TV streamer to your Mac, PC, and even Android smartphones. There’s a typical gamepad form-factor which pairs with dual joysticks and an USB-C and AA-powered design. Alongside working with Luna, it can also be used as a typical controller, too. You can get a closer look at what to expect in our hands-on review.
Wyze Cam Outdoor drops to $52 following a rare discount
Amazon currently offers the Wyze Cam Outdoor Security Camera Starter Bundle for $52. Normally selling for $70, this is the first notable discount since back on Black Friday, a 25% savings, and the best price since back in April of last year where it went for a few cents less.
Wyze Cam Outdoor features a 1080p sensor that’s backed by a weather-resistant design for monitoring everything from package deliveries to other outdoor happenings. Alongside Alexa and Assistant support, you’ll also be able to count on 2-way audio, Night Vision, and up to 6-month battery life on a single charge. You can dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
Philips Hue Bluetooth Lightstrip Plus hits $85
Amazon currently offers the latest Philips Hue Bluetooth Smart Lightstrip Plus for $85. Usually fetching $80, today’s offer amounts to 20% in savings, is $2 under our previous mention, and marking a new Amazon all-time low.
The latest Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus arrives with added Bluetooth connectivity on top of its built-in Zigbee support, making it just as ideal for those getting started as anyone already in the Hue ecosystem. It gives you 6-feet of multicolor illumination alongside the ability to control it with Siri, Alexa, and Assistant. I picked one of these up quite a bit ago, and have been impressed with the improvements over the previous-generation.
Best trade-in deals
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