Those interested in a foldable smartphone should check out today’s lowest price on the Motorola razr+. Offering modern touches to the classic razr design, this recent model drops to $550 and is accompanied by the Pixel 7, priced at $450 – for those who prefer a traditional smartphone design. Additionally, Google’s 3-node Wifi mesh system is available in a clearance sale at $110. Read on for more details in the most recent 9to5Toys Lunch Break.Motorola razr+
Take $450 off the recent folding Motorola razr+
Today, Woot is offering the best price to date on the new Motorola razr+ smartphone. This unlocked 256GB folding phone now sells for $550. This marks a new all-time low, $450 off the regular $1,000 price tag. The price has been further reduced by $100 compared to our previous mention, which included a $700 sale price along with a bonus $50 credit. Our review provides a detailed overview of the new smartphone, and we are confident that the latest offering from Motorola will exceed expectations.
Last summer, Motorola introduced its latest smart flip phone, breathing new life into the classic razr design by infusing modern features. The folding mechanism includes a redesigned cover display that outperforms other foldable devices on the market. With a 3.6-inch display and a 144Hz refresh rate, the cover display is large enough to be used for purposes beyond notifications and the time, and even supports a keyboard for sending quick replies to messages.
Google Pixel 7 reduced to $450
Woot is currently offering the unlocked Google Pixel 7 for $450. This is a $149 discount from the original $599 price tag, marking the second-best offer to date. This level of discount is within $10 of the all-time low seen in October last year, and is the first discount offered since then. For a better understanding of the product, refer to our review on 9to5Google.
Amazon puts Google’s 3-node Wifi mesh system on sale for $110
Amazon is currently offering the updated Google Wifi 802.11ac Mesh System for $110. This marks a discount of $90 from the usual $200, setting a new all-time low. This offers a $15 discount from the previous best price and presents a rare chance to obtain a capable home network upgrade at a significantly lower cost. This is ideal for those who don’t need the latest in Wi-Fi technology or for anyone looking to purchase a simple and reliable mesh Wi-Fi system.
Google recently removed both the Google Wifi and Nest Wifi packages from its online store, paving the way for this discount. It is still unknown whether a new model will be launched soon, but for now anyone looking to avoid waiting will appreciate this discount on a capable mesh system.
Google’s entry-level mesh Wi-Fi system covers 4,500 square feet of 802.11ac coverage at speeds of 1.2Gb/s. Additionally, it is fully compatible with other Assistant devices and includes features such as six Gigabit Ethernet ports and three nodes for consistent Wi-Fi throughout any home.
Samsung’s 256GB 200MB/s PRO Ultimate microSD is now $28
We are now tracking the first deal of the year for the Samsung 256GB PRO Ultimate microSD card at $28. This price offers a 20% discount from the regular $35, allowing you to save on this popular microSD solution. The PRO Ultimate range is Samsung’s fastest and latest lineup, reaching speeds of up to 200MB/s. It also has Class 10, U3, and V30 speed and video ratings, and is widely compatible with drones, gaming consoles, and camera systems, among other devices. Furthermore, the microSD is protected against a multitude of potential threats, such as the elements, magnetic environments, and drops.
Razer’s latest Kishi V2 Pro haptic Android gaming controller reduces to $116
We are now tracking some of the first price drops on the latest Razer Kishi V2 Pro mobile gaming controller. The V2 Pro model for Android launched in August 2023, and is now selling for $115.95 shipped. This marks the first notable discount from the original $130 price and is the lowest price at the moment. Some users can also redeem a 20% on-page coupon, further reducing the price to $116.98. The latest versions of Razer’s mobile gamepads include notable upgrades over previous models, which currently start at $60 shipped on Amazon.
As we highlighted in our launch coverage, the newer Kishi V2 Pro models feature microswitches, analog triggers, programmable multifunction buttons, and haptic vibrations. The controllers also include an extendable bridge to accommodate popular Android smartphones, USB-C connectivity, passthrough charging, and virtual controller mode.
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