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Tuesday deals: HP Chromebook 15 $370, LG USB-C monitors, and Philips Hue lighting on sale

HP Chromebook 15 hits all-time low pricing at $370, plus deals on LG’s latest USB-C monitor and Philips Hue lighting. Hit the jump for more in this 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

HP Chromebook 15 packs USB-C and premium build quality

Amazon has the HP Chromebook 15 on sale for $370, which is down from the usual $450 price tag and a return to the previous all-time low. Centered around a 15.6-inch display, it comes packed with 64GB of onboard storage that can be expanded via a microSD card. It touts a higher-end build quality than the average Chromebook, rocking a metal keyboard with diamond cut trim.

LG’s 27-inch 4K USB-C Monitor gets $105 discount

Today only, B&H has one of LG’s latest 27-inch 4K monitors witch USB-C on sale for $415. That’s over $100 off and a new all-time low price. Headlined by USB-C, this monitor also packs dual HDMI, DisplayPort, as well as USB 3.0 inputs and more. Its 4K HDR offers plenty of screen real estate for browsing multiple windows, keeping an eye on email or Twitter and more.

Save 30% on the Philips Hue Starter Kits

Amazon is currently offering the Philips Hue Two-Bulb HomeKit Starter Kit for $78. Normally selling for $110, that’s good for a 30% discount, beats our previous mention by over $2 and is a new Amazon all-time low. Featuring two multicolor LED light bulbs, this starter kit works with Siri, Alexa, and Assistant thanks to a HomeKit-enabled bridge. It’s a perfect way to enter the world of smart home lighting and enjoy some added ambiance as well.

LG G8 ThinQ Android Smartphone gets $350 discount

Amazon offers the unlocked LG G8 ThinQ 128GB Android Smartphone with hands-free Alexa for $500. Typically selling for $650 at Amazon these days, you’ll still find it going for $850 at Best Buy as well as B&H. That saves you up to 41% and drops the price down to the lowest we’ve seen to date. Sporting a 6.1-inch QHD+ OLED FullVision display, LG’s G8 ThinQ comes loaded with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. And if that’s not enough, you’ll be able to add an extra 2TB in thanks to an expandable microSD card slot. On the back of LG’s handset you’ll also find 16 and 12MP dual rear-cameras. Dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.

Google Chromecast Ultra is an inexpensive console alternative

BuyDig via Rakuten is offering the Google Chromecast Ultra for $55. That’s $13 off the going rate found at retailers like Amazon and is within $6 of the lowest price we have tracked. Face it, we all can find our smartphone much faster than the TV remote. With its impressively simple casting technology, Chromecast makes it extremely simple to beam content found on your phone up to the TV. With support for 4K, Chromecast Ultra brings UHD content to your home theater and the promise of Google Stadia game streaming later this year. Considering that game consoles tend to cost around $300 or so, this streamer significantly cuts upfront investment while still allowing you to play AAA games like Destiny 2.

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