Apple Watch deals abound starting at $190 in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break, plus markdowns on the MacBook Air and Pro by as much as $300. Hit the jump for more.

Apple Watch deals from $190 at Target and Amazon

Apple Watch Series 3 deals have returned, with prices as low as $190 at Amazon and Target. You can pick up the entry-level 38 mm model for $190 at Target with a REDcard, or go to Amazon if you don’t have one for $200. The same situation can be found on the 42 mm version at $218.50 via Target with a REDcard or $230 at Amazon. Free shipping is available for all. That’s as much as $80 off the regular going rate and a match of our previous mention. Apple Watch Series 3 features built-in GPS and heart rate monitoring, a digital crown, and swimproof design to keep the fitness tracking going no matter where you are. Make sure to put your savings to work and grab an extra band. First-party options from Apple come in various finishes, or you can swing by our roundup of the best third-party straps for even more styles on sale.

Save up to $300 on Apple’s previous-generation MacBook Air

B&H Photo is offering Apple’s previous-generation MacBook Air from $929 in various configurations. You’ll find savings of up to $300 here, depending on what model you choose. If you go with the base MacBook Air i5/8 GB/128 GB at $929, you’ll save $170 off its original price. Step up to the 256 GB model at $1,099, which is $300 off its original price. No matter what MacBook Air you go with in this sale, you’ll be gaining Apple’s latest design with a Retina display, Thunderbolt 3, and Touch ID for a well-rounded experience. Learn more in our hands-on review.

Amazon takes $299 off Apple’s latest 15-inch MacBook Pro

Amazon is currently taking $299 off Apple’s latest 15-inch MacBook Pro 512 GB, bringing the price down to $2,499 on the Space Gray model. That’s the biggest discount we’ve tracked to date on the 2019 MacBook Pro. Features include a 9th-generation 8-core Intel i9 processor, Retina display, Touch Bar, and four Thunderbolt 3 ports. Not only will you be getting the latest tech from Apple, but also a mobile powerhouse capable of handling a wide range of tasks. You can learn more in our hands-on review of Apple’s 2019 MacBook Pro lineup.

Save up to $360 on Apple’s prev. gen. cellular 10.5-inch iPad Pro

Amazon is offering Apple’s previous-generation iPad Pro 10.5-inch Wi-Fi + Cellular at up to $360 off. Prices start at $579 for the 64GB model and go up to $659 for 256GB and $719 for 512GB. Normally up to $1,079, this is among the best pricing we’ve tracked for Apple’s previous-generation iPad Pro. You’ll get Apple Pencil support (1st generation only), Smart Keyboard compatibility, and Apple’s ProMotion display. This is a killer tablet for on-the-go workflow and will be supported by iPadOS this coming fall.

WD’s 512GB My Passport USB-C SSD drops to $76

Amazon offers the previous generation WD 512GB My Passport USB-C Portable Solid State Drive for $76. Normally selling for $100, that’s good for a 24% discount and is a new all-time low on this model. For comparison, today’s drop is $14 under the sale price of the SSD’s latest version and $4 under its all-time best offer. Thanks to the drive’s USB-C port, you’re looking at up to 515MBps transfer speeds, making it a reliable option for on-the-go Mac storage. Plus, its compact size doesn’t hurt, either, with WD’s SSD fitting in the palm of your hand. Check out our hands-on look for how it compares to other USB-C SSD on the market.

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