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OnePlus 7T is $400 in today’s best deals, plus Samsung T7 portable SSDs, and more

Today’s best deals include the OnePlus 7T at $400, Samsung’s T7 portable SSDs, and SmartThings bundles. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

OnePlus 7T delivers 128GB worth of storage

Today only, Woot is offering the OnePlus 7T with 128GB of storage in two colors for $400. As a comparison, it originally sold for $600, and today’s deal is a match of our previous mention. B&H is currently charging $450. The OnePlus 7T delivers a 6.55-inch AMOLED display that’s backed by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset. Other notable features here include the triple camera backside array, which includes 48, 12, and 16MP lenses. This model is Dual-SIM compatible and is made for GSM + CDMA/4G LTE networks here in the United States.

Samsung T7 Portable USB-C SSDs from $80

Amazon is currently offering the Samsung 1TB Portable Solid-State Drive for $159. Typically fetching $200, it recently dropped to $170 and is now down the extra $11. Overall, you’re saving 20% with today’s offer marking a new Amazon all-time low. You’ll also find the 500GB model on sale for $80, which matches the all-time low. Samsung’s T7 portable SSD delivers a USB-C design that not only provides out of the box Chromebook compatibility but also upwards of 1,050MB/s transfer speeds. An aluminum closure houses everything, bringing added shock-resistance into the mix. 

SmartThings Monitoring Kit drops to $99

Woot currently offers the Samsung SmartThings Monitoring Kit for $99. Down from its $140 going rate at Amazon, today’s offer is good for a 30% discount, beats our previous mention by $13, and marks the best we’ve seen since April. Samsung’s SmartThings bundle includes a second-generation hub, two multipurpose sensors, a motion detector, and a smart plug. All of that combines to provide ample security coverage of your setup, while also upgrading your smart home with advanced automations, Z-Wave integration, and more. 

Fitbit Charge 4 Fitness Tracker down to $129

Amazon currently offers the Fitbit Charge 4 Fitness Tracker for $129. Typically selling for $150, today’s price cut is only the third time we’ve seen it on sale, beats our previous mention by $1, and marks a new all-time low. Standout features on the Charge 4 include 24/7 heart rate monitoring, 7-day battery life, and GPS alongside its usual roster of fitness tracking capabilities. Its swim-proof design packs a 1-inch OLED display that lets you keep tabs on fitness data on top of notifications from your smartphone. Learn more in our launch coverage.

Etekcity Assistant smart home gear from $12

Woot is offering a series of Etekcity smart home products starting from $12 right now. You’ll find solid offers on smart bulbs, dimmer switches, outlets, and more. One standout is the Etekcity Smart Light Bulb for $12.49. Regularly $16 at Amazon, today’s offer is nearly 25% off the going rate and the lowest price we can find. Compatible with both Alexa and Google Assistant for hands-free voice control over your bulb, it will also transform your smartphone into a remote control for everything from dimming and brightness levels to color (2700K-6500K) and more. With no hub required, the 9W bulb uses 2.4GHz WiFi network connections and is rated for a 15,000-hour lifespan. 

Best trade-in deals

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