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Deals: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite $100 off, Galaxy Fit2 $35, more

All of today’s best deals kick off with Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite at $330 as well as the brands’s Galaxy Fit2 falling to $35. Plus, you’ll be able to save on the popular Microsoft Surface Headphones at $35. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite arrives with S Pen support at $330 

Amazon is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 128GB Android Tablet for $330. Typically fetching $430, you’re saving $100 with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $19 and matching the all-time low.

Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Lite delivers a 10.4-inch display alongside support for the included S Pen to elevate your note taking or digital art game. Plus, there’s also 4GB of RAM and expandable microSD card storage to complement the up to 128GB of onboard space. 

Samsung Galaxy Fit2 now $35

eBay Daily Deals is offering the Samsung Galaxy Fit2 Activity Tracker for $35. Regularly $60 and currently on sale for $49 at Amazon, today’s offer is more than 40% off the going rate and the best price we can find. Best Buy is also currently charging $50 for comparison.

These fitness bands are a great way to bring workout and health tracking to your regimen without spending smartwatch money. It will automatically detect movement and begin tracking whether you’re just walking, jumping on the elliptical, or going for a swim. Alongside the Android/iPhone connectivity here, it sports a full-color AMOLED display and provides 15 days of operation on a single charge. 

Microsoft Surface Headphones fall to $106

Woot offers the Microsoft Surface Headphones for $106. Down from its original $250 going rate, it has more recently been trending around $150 with today’s offer saving you 30%, beating our previous mention by $5, and marking a new all-time low.

Microsoft’s previous-generation headphones deliver a premium matte grey design that pairs with a built-in dial for adjusting the volume and skipping tracks. That’s alongside active noise cancellation, up to 18-hour battery life, and USB-C charging. 

Samsung Galaxy S21 256GB now $150 off

B&H currently offers the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S21 5G 256GB Android Smartphone for $700. Down from its typical $850 going rate, today’s offer amounts to $150 in savings and matches our previous mention for the all-time low.

Samsung’s latest smartphone delivers a 6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x screen that’s backed by an up to 120Hz refresh rate. Powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor, you’ll enjoy all-day battery life as well as 256GB of storage and a 64MP triple-sensor camera array around back.

Save $70 on Samsung’s T7 Touch Portable 2TB SSD 

Amazon is offering the Samsung T7 Touch Portable SSD with 2TB storage for $280. Hovering around $350 since the holidays, this $70 price drop marks the biggest savings we’ve seen to date, and a new all-time low price. 

The T7 Touch SSD provides 1,050MB/s transfer speeds with USB-C compatibility, so you can pair it with a Mac or iPad for further portability. Weighing in at a sleek 2oz, this shock-resistant design can withstand falls from up to 6 feet. And unique to the T7 Touch, you can check in on your SSD at a glance with the square LED status indicator. It also offers fingerprint security to keep your files safe wherever you go.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Google also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on Android smartphones and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Google along the way!

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