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Google Pixel 3 XL $150 off, plus deals on Anker accessories and Amazon devices

Google Pixel 3 XL deals bundled with pre-paid service, Anker’s latest promotion, and the annual Amazon Father’s Day sale are in this 9to5Toys Lunch Break episode. Head below for more.

Google Pixel 3 XL deals from $150 off with bundled pre-paid service

B&H is currently discounting the unlocked Google Pixel 3 XL with 128GB of storage to $650. Better yet, you’ll receive a 3-month Mint Mobile pre-paid plan with purchase valued at $60. This is a great deal to check out Pixel 3 XL without fully committing to a new plan. Notable features include a 6.3-inch 1440p display, Snapdragon 845 Octa-Core CPU, 128GB of storage, and Google’s top-grade 12MP camera. Head over to our hands-on review for more.

Anker’s latest Amazon sale discounts USB-C accessories and more

Anker is back with a new sale at Amazon today, headlined by its 3-in-1 Lightning, USB-C, and microUSB cables at $11. With Lightning, microUSB, and USB-C connectivity, you’ll be able to connect your devices with a variety of ports. Great for travel and simplifying your everyday carry down to just one cable. Other notable standout deals include Anker’s Qi chargers with up to 10W of power, and various other smartphone accessories. Check out all of our top picks right here.

Alexa discounts abound in Amazon’s Father’s Day sale

As it does every year, Amazon has a huge Father’s Day sale going with deals on Alexa devices, streaming sticks and much more. Those looking to jump start a new smart home setup will want to consider the Echo Show bundled with a free Echo Dot and Philips Hue light bulb for $180. There is nearly $300 worth of value here, making it a great way to dive into the world of Alexa. Jump into our roundup for additional deals on Kindles, tablets, and more.

At $170, HP’s 14-inch USB-C Chromebook is a no-brainer

BuyDig via Rakuten is offering the HP 14-inch Chromebook (CA020NR) for $170. That’s $30 off the going rate and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $30. I’ve used Chromebooks off-and-on over the last couple of years and have been very impressed with both performance and wide-ranging capabilities. Having been a Mac user for over a decade, I refuse to use a PC as a backup, but am quite happy to resort to ChromeOS. This specific Chromebook offers up to 11.5 hours of battery, easily beating most of its PC and Mac competitors.

Pick up 128GB of storage with PNY’s Elite-X microSD Card

Amazon is offering the PNY Elite-X 128GB microSD Card for $21. If you are not a Prime member, orders that exceed $25 will qualify for free shipping. That’s $19 off the going rate and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $6. Whether it be for a Raspberry Pi, Android device, or Nintendo Switch, this inexpensive card is an excellent way to boost storage. This is enough storage for 10 or more first-party Nintendo Switch games, thousands of photos,  or a several hours of 4K drone footage.

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