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Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is $200 off, plus deals on Alpine’s Android Auto Receiver, more

Today's best deals include Samsung's Galaxy S10 at a steep discount, plus Android Auto Receiver at $ 500. Touch the jump for all this and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch break.

Samsung Galaxy S10 receives an offer from Amazon

Currently, Amazon is offering the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone $ 550. Normally, collecting $ 900, it recently dropped to $ 750 and is now down $ 200. Today's offer is $ 250 under our previous Black Friday mentions and marks a new Amazon. Sportive 6.7-inch AMOLED Infinity Dynamic Screen, Galaxy S10 is equipped with 128 GB on-board storage. You'll also be able to take advantage of Samsung's Qi wireless charging technology, battery life and more. You can find out more in our practical review.

Save big on Alpine's automatic Android handset

Best Buy offers Alpine 7-inch CarPlay and Android Auto Receiver for $ 500. With a $ 700 discount, as you paid at Crutchfield right now, today's offer saves you $ 200 and marks a new constant. The Alpine handset brings CarPlay and Android Auto to your package, loaded into a 7-inch touchscreen. It does a great upgrade of your car for navigational directions, music selection and more. Along with the receiver, you will also receive a Sirius XM tuner, which allows you to enjoy content from the satellite radio service. To begin with, a three-month trial is included.

Save $ 150 on Lenovo's Yoga 2-in-1 Chromebook

Best Buy Official eBay Store currently offers 15-inch Lenovo Yoga C630 Chromebook for Lenovo Yoga C630 $ 549. Also available at Best Buy. Usually, selling for $ 699, today's offer saves you $ 150 and represents a new low level. Centered around a 15.6-inch screen, this Lenovo Chromebook offers plenty of screen real estate as well as a 2-in-1 design that allows it to turn into a tablet. Backed up to 10 hours of battery life and 8 GB of RAM, there is 128 GB of onboard storage that can be expanded on the road, thanks to a micro SD card slot. USB-C dual ports titrate I / O selection, which also has a USB 3.0 input. See our practical review.

ecobee3 lite offers

Amazon currently offers the ecobee3 Lite Smart HomeKit thermostat delivered with two of the brand's room sensors for $ 190 from. Lowering from $ 249, the thermostat usually gets a price tag of $ 169. Drop the value of the sensors and you'll save 24% while locking one of the best prices so far in the package. The HomeKit control leads the way on the ecobee3, allowing you to change the temperature by turning to Siri and setting up automations with the rest of the smart home setting. You will also be able to take advantage of automatic scheduling, along with Alexa support and assistant. In addition, the included room sensors allow you to consider hyperlocal temperature readings, which makes your configuration smarter.

Arlo Q offers 1080p streams

Just today, Newegg offers Arlo Q 1080p security camera for $ 100. This is down $ 30 from the regular running rate and a constant Amazon match. It is also $ 11 less than our previous mentions. This Arlo Q camera offers full 1080p resolution, two-way audio, and free 7-day cloud recording. It is a great way to enter the Arlo world without paying for high quality packages, such as the brand's Ultra offers.

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