Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 is up to $500 off in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break, plus deal on Google Wifi, and Garmin’s Star Wars smartwatches. Hit the jump for all that and more in today’s best deals.
Score a $500 discount on Samsung’s Galaxy Note9
B&H is currently offering the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note9 512GB Android Smartphone for $750. Down from its $1,250 going rate, today’s offer is good for $500 in savings, is the lowest price we’ve seen months, and the third-best to date. For comparison, you’ll still pay $1,000 for the 128GB model at Amazon. Featuring a 6.4-inch curved Super AMOLED Infinity Display, Samsung’s Note9 is powered by an Octa-Core processor with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. A dual rear camera setup has a pair of 12MP sensors, and there’s also an included S-Pen that lets you take notes and accomplish other creative tasks, alongside acting as a remote camera shutter.
Upgrade to Google Wifi
Today only, Woot offers a 3-pack of Google Wifi 802.11ac Mesh Routers for $175 in certified refurbished condition. Prime members receive free shipping; otherwise, a $6 delivery fee applies. For comparison, it has a list price of $299. This is a match of our previous refurbished mention, as well. You can also score a single node at $70 in today’s sale. If you’re finally ready to take your network to the next level, consider going with a mesh system like Google Wifi. With three nodes, you’ll be able to blanket up 4,500-sq. feet of your home or office.
Garmin’s Star Wars Smartwatches are on sale
Amazon is currently offering the Garmin Legacy Saga Series Star Wars Smartwatch for $334. Down from $400, today’s offer is good for a $66 discount, marks one of the first times we’ve seen it on sale, and is the second-best to date. This Star Wars-themed smartwatch sports a unique design that draws inspiration from both Rey and the Jedi Order with a white leather band and silver bezel. Alongside all the usual fitness tracking features, there’s also heart rate monitoring, an interface inspired by a galaxy far, far away, and up to seven-day battery life. Support for both iOS and Android rounds out the notable inclusions here.
JBL Link View Assistant Display hits $100
Verizon Wireless is currently offering the JBL Link View Assistant Smart Display for $100. Having originally retailed for $300, like you’ll still find at JBL direct, it currently goes for $200 at B&H with today’s offer saving you upwards of 66% and matching our previous mention. Centered around Google Assistant, this 8-inch smart display can be leveraged for controlling your smart home, getting answers from the virtual helper, and more. An IPX4 water-resistant design means that it’s even well-suited for dishing out recipes on your kitchen countertop. Learn more in our hands-on review.
HP’s refurbished 14-inch Chromebook at $240
Woot is currently offering the HP 14-inch Touchscreen Chromebook for $240 in refurbished condition. Delivery will run you $6 otherwise. Having originally retailed for $399, today’s offer saves you nearly 40% and matches our previous mention for the all-time low. Centered around a 14-inch touchscreen display, this Chromebook packs 4GB of RAM as well as 64GB of onboard solid-state storage. It boasts over 11-hours of battery life per charge and features two built-in USB-C ports. There’s also a pair of USB 3.0 ports for connecting legacy devices, as well.
Best trade-in deals
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