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The 100 best Prime Day deals we've found

The 100 best Prime Day deals we've found

It's almost here: Amazon Prime Day kicks off tomorrow, June 21. But you don't have to wait for deals! Pre-Prime Day sales abound, and there are actually some good discounts available today, on this Prime Day Eve. There aren't many smartphone or tablet deals just yet, though, and we anticipate we'll see a bunch more discounts on Amazon-branded hardware starting tomorrow. But in the meantime, here are a hundred (or so) of the best deals we've spotted this weekend.

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Unihertz Titan Pocket review: Back to the future

Unihertz Titan Pocket review: Back to the future

Smartphones are boring these days. Many are just the same variation of a glass sandwich with a front completely filled by a touchscreen and a back full of cameras. But in the past, phones came in many different shapes and sizes, and brand-new form factors used to be the norm. Specialty phone manufacturer Unihertz taps into this nostalgia to bring back something that we thought was dead: a Blackberry-like slab equipped with a physical keyboard.

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Should you buy the 2020 Pixel Buds or the new A-Series?

Should you buy the 2020 Pixel Buds or the new A-Series?

Google's newest earbuds, the Pixel Buds A-Series, are now available. They're explicitly mid-range and don't have all the bells and whistles of last year's Pixel Buds, but their MSRP is also a lot lower: $99, compared to $179 for the 2020 model.

If you're interested in a pair of Pixel Buds but don't know which, you've come to the right place. Here's what you need to know.

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The Pixel Buds A-Series are now available for sale

The Pixel Buds A-Series are now available for sale

We've been expecting the Pixel Buds-A Series for a while. We've been hearing about them since they surfaced in FCC listings in March. Google has also been teasing us about them, first in April, by featuring them in a promotional email and then bluntly tweeting about them. Thankfully, the wait is finally over, as you can now buy the buds from various online retailers for $99.

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Realme GT comes to global markets as the cheapest Snapdragon 888 phone

Realme GT comes to global markets as the cheapest Snapdragon 888 phone

The smartphone market's funny in that we're both seeing the release of some of the most expensive models ever made, while also flagship performance comes to much more affordable handsets. Now the Realme GT is showing just how much you can get for not much cash, with a Snapdragon 888 under the hood and a price tag of just $430.

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Hands-on: Acer's new Chromebook 514 is a humble and practical laptop for the masses

Hands-on: Acer's new Chromebook 514 is a humble and practical laptop for the masses

Chromebooks have come a long way since the CR-48 debuted 10 years ago. You have your choice of Chrome OS hardware ranging from ultra-budget to lavishly expensive — Acer’s new Chromebook 514 lands somewhere in the middle. Paired with Intel’s 11th generation Tiger Lake CPU and ultrafast storage, the Chromebook 514 is a solid laptop for the right buyer.

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Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite review: You can get four of these for the price of a Mi 11 Ultra

Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite review: You can get four of these for the price of a Mi 11 Ultra

Xiaomi offers a compelling flagship lineup with the Mi 11 and the Mi 11 Ultra, though its bread and butter remains the budget market. But the company can still capitalize on the excellent Mi 11 brand name to make its latest budget offerings more appealing, and that's exactly what it's doing with the Mi 11 Lite 4G, the most affordable member of the family at roughly $300.

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Redmi Watch review: Hold on for the Mi Band 6 and save some cash

Redmi Watch review: Hold on for the Mi Band 6 and save some cash

While Xiaomi has a long history of making impressive fitness trackers, its sub-brand Redmi is relatively new to the game with just a couple of wearables on offer. Much like other products in its lineup, the new Redmi Watch also caters to the budget segment, offering a smartwatch-like design at a price that isn’t much higher than a fitness band.

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Android did it first: Siri won't be dumb as a rock when you're offline in iOS 15

Android did it first: Siri won't be dumb as a rock when you're offline in iOS 15

In yet more "Android did it first" news, Apple has announced that Siri for iPhones will support on-device speech recognition, like recent Google's Pixels have supported since the "next-gen" Assistant landed with the Pixel 4, though Apple is making its offline recognition the default setting in the name of user privacy. On top of that, though, Siri will support offline commands for basic functions, too — you know, like Google's had since before the Assistant even existed.

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I gave up on Android tablets after I discovered the iPad as a writing tool

I gave up on Android tablets after I discovered the iPad as a writing tool

There’s a dream I’ve had for years: a platonic ideal of consumer electronics. I dream of the perfect mobile writing machine.

I imagine a device that’s compact and light enough to carry anywhere, without the need for supporting hardware, and which differs enough from a conventional laptop or desktop interface to let me focus entirely on writing. With all that included, it needs to be powerful enough to run multiple applications at a time: a word processor, a small browser window for supplementary research, and a media player for music.

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