Today’s best deals include price drops on Anker’s iPhone 11 Pro-matching batteries and more, plus $50 off 10.2-inch iPad, and ecobee’s SmartThermostat. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Anker’s iPhone 11 Pro-matching batteries, more
Anker is back with a fresh sale today at Amazon, headlined by its popular PowerCore Slim 10000 USB-C PD Portable Battery for $22. That’s down $18 from the regular going rate and $3 less than our previous mention. These popular portable batteries offer an iPhone 11 Pro-matching design, which makes it a great pair for some of Apple’s latest devices. You can count on a 10000mAh capacity, which is enough to fully charge various smartphones multiple times, or an iPad Pro fully once. Includes 2.4A USB-A and 18W USB-C PD ports as well. Check out the rest of today’s sale here for more deals from $8.
Take $50 off 10.2-inch iPad
Amazon offers Apple’s 10.2-inch iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular 128GB for $510. Today’s deal amounts to $49 off and is a match of the second-best offer we’ve seen in 2020. With new models rolling off the line from Apple in recent months, the 10.2-inch iPad has gone largely undiscounted this spring. With a larger 10.2-inch display, Apple Pencil support, and compatibility with smart connector accessories, this is arguably one of the most compelling iPads in Apple’s stable currently. It includes an A10 Fusion chip, 8MP camera, and support for 1080p HD recording.
ecobee SmartThermostat offers HomeKit
Amazon offers the ecobee SmartThermostat with HomeKit for $200. As a comparison, it typically goes for $250 with today’s deal matching our previous mention. ecobee completely redesigned its new thermostat, now featuring a glass face and a “vivid” touch display. You’ll still be able to count on HomeKit and Siri control, along with support for Alexa, Google Assistant, and other smart home mediums. It ships with a new smart sensor that’s made to track temperatures throughout your home.
Powerbeats3 Wireless Headphones from $79
Various retailers are now offering Powerbeats3 Wireless Earbuds on sale. You can score the standard version at Amazon for $80 while the Neighborhood Collection is just a bit less over at Walmart. B&H is also matching many of these offers, as well. Today’s deal is up to 20% off the regular going rate and matching the second-best offer we’ve tracked in 2020. With warmer weather and spring on the horizon, going with this popular pair of wireless earbuds at a low price is a great way to gear up for workouts and long runs. Powerbeats3 are backed by the Apple W1 chip with fast pairing, Siri control, and up to 12-hours of playback on a single charge. One neat feature is after 5-minutes of powering up, you’ll have an hour of playback.
Best-selling NETGEAR Orbi System hits $200
Amazon is currently offering the NETGEAR Orbi Tri-band 802.11ac Mesh Wi-Fi System (RBK23) for $200. Typically fetching $275, today’s offer saves you 27%, matches our previous mention for the 2020 low, and comes within $5 of the best all-time price. NETGEAR’s Orbi mesh system provides up to 6,000-square feet of Tri-band coverage and offers up to 2.2Gb/s network speeds. The main base router features dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, which is then expanded by two additional satellites for whole-home 802.11ac coverage and an extra four ports for wired expansion.
9to5Mac Deal of the Month
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Best trade-in deals
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