Thursday’s best deals include Kenwood’s Android Auto Receiver at $70 off, plus Powerbeats Pro hit $200, and another discount on the Yale Assure Deadbolt. Hit the jump for more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Save $70 on Kenwood’s 7-inch Android Auto Receiver
Best Buy’s official eBay storefront currently offers the Kenwood 7-inch In-Dash CarPlay and Android Auto Receiver DMX7706S for $330. Normally fetching $400, today’s offer saves you $70 and matches our previous mention for the best price we’ve seen in the past. Featuring a seven-inch touchscreen display, Kenwood’s CarPlay and Android Auto receiver is a must-have upgrade to your ride. It notably makes keeping an eye on directions, music playback and more a breeze while commuting.
Powerbeats Pro hit $200
Amazon offers Apple’s Beats Powerbeats Pro Totally Wireless Earbuds in all colors for $200. That’s down from the usual $250 price tag and right at our previous mention, as well as the Amazon all-time low price. Powerbeats Pro delivers the latest in audio from Apple, offering up to 24-hours of playback and a totally wireless design made for workouts. Apple’s H1 chip makes it easy to quickly pair and enjoy longer range.
Yale Assure Deadbolt hits Amazon low
Amazon is currently offering the Yale Assure Smart Push Button Deadbolt in polished brass for $72. Having originally sold for $280, we’ve more recently been tracking a going rate of $110. It’s been sliding in price over the past week or so, with today’s offer taking another 35% off and marking a new all-time low. Designed for use in tandem with Key by Amazon, this deadbolt enables you to take advantage of in-home delivery and more. You’ll also be able to enjoy keyless entry, either with a companion app or the built-in number pad.
BlackBerry Key2 LE Smartphone drops to $200
Best Buy is offering the BlackBerry Key2 LE 64GB Unlocked Android Smartphone from $200. Originally launched at $399, this is a new all-time low that we’ve tracked. Offering up a physical keyboard, the Key2 brings back BlackBerry’s classic style with Android’s latest features. You’ll score 4G LTE connectivity, a 4.5-inch display, 64GB of storage, and a 13MP camera. Learn more in our announcement coverage.
Tenda’s 3-Node 802.11ac Mesh System is $70
Amazon is offering the Tenda Nova 802.11ac Mesh System (MW3) for $70 That’s $25 off the typical rate there and is within just $4 of the lowest Amazon offer we have tracked. This mesh system is ready to cover spacious homes up to 4,500-square feet in size. That’s because three nodes come in the box and each has support for 1,500-square feet. Once you’ve downloaded the Tenda Wi-Fi app, you’ll be able to manage SSID, set parental controls, and much more directly from your smartphone.
Best trade-in deals
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