All of today’s best deals kick off with a $500 discount on the new Motorola Edge+ at $500. That’s alongside three of Google’s latest Nest cams on sale from $80 and the first discount on Spigen’s new 15W Qi charging stand at $49. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Motorola Edge+ is a better buy at $500 (Save $500)
Today, Motorola just revealed the new Edge 2022 smartphone with a more mid-ranged price tag compared to its higher-end counterpart, but thanks to an ongoing discount, you’re better off just going with the Motorola Edge+ now that it’s on sale for $500 courtesy of Woot. Shipping is free for Prime members, with a $6 delivery applying otherwise. Normally the $1,000 smartphone and its flagship specs aren’t anywhere close in price to the latest from Motorola, but now you save 50% on the handset and bring it home at an all-time low.
The Motorola Edge+ just launched earlier in the year and arrives with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, a more capable chip than the new reveal’s MediaTek-powered design. Everything is then centered around a 6.7-inch 1080p 144Hz display that comes backed by 512GB of storage and 12GB of RAM to pair with the 4,800mAh battery – not to mention 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, and an included charger in the box round out the package with three years of security updates. All of the other details await in our launch coverage, too.
Three of Google’s latest Nest cams are on sale
B&H is now discounting a selection of the latest Google Nest cameras, with the wired Nest Cam Indoor leading the way at $80. Typically fetching $100, today’s offer amounts to $20 in savings while arriving at the same 2022 low price that we last saw on Prime Day. Google’s latest iteration of Nest Cam Indoor arrives with a 1080p sensor at the center of the surveillance capabilities. Ideal for keeping tabs on the happenings around your home, checking in on your furry friends while away, or even monitoring package arrivals by pointing the cam out the window, this Assistant-enabled offering comes backed by person detection and other motion notifications and all of Google’s usual smart tech. Get all of the details in our hands-on review.
Spigen’s new 15W Qi charging stand falls to $49
Spigen’s official Amazon storefront is now offering its new ArcField 15W Qi Charging Stand for $49. Normally fetching $70, today’s offer amounts to the very first discount we’ve seen since launching just over a week ago. At 30% off, this is also a new all-time low.
Designed for Samsung’s latest smartphones in particular, the new Spigen ArcField Qi charger sports an upright design for keeping tabs on notifications and the like throughout the day. Its 15W output can wirelessly refuel your handset at peak speeds, though you’ll have to supply your own 25W USB-C charger in order to take full advantage of the output.
Pixel 6 returns to all-time low at $499
Amazon is now discounting two of Google’s latest smartphones, with the unlocked Pixel 6 5G 128GBleading the way at $499 shipped. Down from the usual $599 price tag you’d more typically pay, today’s offer amounts to $100 in savings and matches the Prime Day price from last month in order to mark a return to the all-time low.
Google Pixel 6 arrives as the more entry-level of the company’s two latest flagship handsets and packs the same Google Tensor chip as its flagship counterpart. Everything is centered around a 6.4-inch 90Hz display and backed by 128GB of storage with a dual sensor rear camera array around back completing the handset. Then in our longterm hands-on review, we also walked away impressed with the pro features.
PNY’s 128GB Premier-X V30 microSD card hits $13
Amazon is now offering the PNY 128GB Premier-X Class 10 U3 V30 microSDXC memory card for $13. Regularly as much as $17 at Amazon and currently selling for $19 at Walmart, today’s deal is a new Amazon all-time low and the best price we can find.
It might not be the latest and greatest, but it will still deliver reliable and compact storage for drone and Nintendo Switch setups as well as compatible Android smartphones, and more. It also comes in at even less than the latest 128GB models from Samsung, for comparison. This model supports 4K video footage with “Class 10, U3, and V30 speed class performance” as well as 100MB/s transfers rates, and comes with the SD adapter for devices that require the larger form-factor.
Best trade-in deals
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