Pixel 3 XL is $399 unlocked in today’s top deals, plus Best Buy’s Presidents’ Day sale, more


Friday’s best deals include Google Pixel 3 XL at $399 unlocked, Best Buy’s Presidents’ Day sale, and two Google Nest Outdoor Cams for $238. Hit the jump for more in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Google Pixel 3 XL gets 1-day drop

Today only, B&H offers the Google Pixel 3 XL 64GB Unlocked in Not Pink for $399. As a comparison, it originally sold for $399 but trends around $500 at retailers like Best Buy. This is the best price we’ve tracked since the holidays. Google Pixel 3 XL offers a 6.3-inch 1140p display with 64GB worth of storage and 4GB of RAM. It supports Android Pie and offers a 12.2MP rear camera with 4K video up to 30fps. On the front, you’ll find an 8MP camera with 1080p recording. We loved it in our hands-on review at the time of its release.

Best Buy Presidents’ Day sale

Best Buy has launched its annual Presidents’ Day sale with notable deals on Google products, smart home accessories, audio, TVs, and much more. One standout is the Dell Inspiron 2 14-inch 4GB/128GB Chromebook for $349 (Reg. $500). This is the best price we’ve tracked all-time. Notable features on this model include a 2-in-1 design and a 14-inch display, delivering a premium Chromebook build. You can also save up to $400 off Pixel 4 on various carriers, which is a great deal if you aren’t interested in the T-Mobile offer we shared earlier this week.

Snag two of Google’s Nest Cam Outdoor

Amazon is currently offering a 2-pack of Google Nest Cam Outdoor for $238. Usually selling for $199 each, today’s offer has a total value of $398. This is also $60 less than buying two at their Black Friday price drops and comes within $11 of the Amazon all-time low. Standout features here include 1080p recording, two-way talk, and integrating with the rest of Google’s smart home ecosystem. There’s also an entirely weather-resistant design, meaning you’ll easily be able to surveil outdoor areas when monitoring for package drop-offs, and much more.

Save up to $250 on Samsung Galaxy S10e

Amazon is currently offering the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S10e 128GB Android Smartphone for $550. You’ll also find the same sale price available at Best Buy, and if you don’t mind activating today, that’ll drop the price to $500. Typically fetching $750, today’s offer saves you 27% and matches our previous mention for the Amazon all-time low set back over the holidays. Rocking a 5.8-inch 1080p display, Samsung’s Galaxy S10e delivers a budget-friendly flagship Android experience powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor. You’ll get access to Android Pie out of the gate, as well as 128GB of storage, wireless PowerShare, and more. Dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.

Acer 15-inch Chromebook is $179

Best Buy’s official eBay storefront is currently offering the Acer 15.6-inch Chromebook for $179. Usually selling for $229, today’s offer saves you 20%, comes within $10 of the all-time low, and is the second-best we’ve seen to date. Centered around a 15.6-inch display, this Acer Chromebook offers plenty of screen real estate for getting work done on-the-go. Backed by up to 12-hours of battery life and 4GB of RAM, there’s also 16GB of onboard storage which can be expanded down the road thanks to an SD card slot. Alongside an HDMI output, you’ll also find two USB 3.0 ports.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Google also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on Google Pixel, Samsung Galaxy, iPhone, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Google along the way!

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