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SanDisk 128GB microSD cards are just $15 ($11 off) today only

MicroSD cards are still a popular storage medium — all the manufacturers include full SD-size adapters anyways, so they make for easy gifts to anyone who has a camera that's not a phone. In any case, we may have passed the commodity event horizon where these cards cost so little on their own, but would be better bought in bulk on sale. Luckily enough, Best Buy has the best price on SanDisk Ultra Plus 128GB cards today only.

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Snatch this SanDisk Ultra 256GB microSD card for just $29, its lowest price ever

Even though our phones' internal storage capacity is increasing, so are file sizes. This is why we may sometimes need a little extra space, and MicroSD cards are a convenient way of achieving this. In case you're looking for one, SanDisk's 256GB A1-rated Ultra card is down to $29 on Amazon, instead of its usual $39.

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Get help finding your stuff with a Tile Mate (2020) for an all-time low of $20 ($5 off)

If you're the type of person who occasionally displaces keys, wallets, phones, or even pets, the Tile Mate might just be for you. The neat little Bluetooth chip can be attached or affixed to most everyday objects (including collars) that you might want to keep track of and will ring loudly to help you locate them. Right now, the 2020 version of the Tile Mate is available for the all-time low of $20 at multiple retailers, which is $5 less than the MSRP. You can also get a pack of four for $50, saving you $20.

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The Jabra Elite Active 65t workout earbuds drop to $130 ($60 off MSRP)

If you're looking for a reliable pair of workout buds, you should consider the Jabra Elite Active 65t. They initially cost $190 when they came out, but you can snatch them for $130, thanks to this markdown.

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Grab the Bose 700 headphones with active noise cancellation for $350 ($50 off)

When it comes to noise-canceling headphones, Bose is probably one of the most reliable brands on the market. Its QC 35 have long been one of the leaders on the market, and after refreshing them back in 2017, the company released an overhauled product on the market, the 700 headphones. They were initially priced at $400, but you can now get them for $50 less.

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SnapTo by Moshi review: Magnetic, fast wireless chargers for your desk and car

Qi wireless charging's popularity has seen an ebb and flow since the tech's introduction. After growing slowly but steadily for several years, it stalled for a while, but is seeing a resurgence now with many popular smartphone makers supporting the standard. Flagships from Google, Samsung, Huawei, and several other Android brands are Qi compatible nowadays, and accessory makers have jumped on the trend.

Beside wireless charging pads and stands, many have combined the convenience of plopping a device on a surface and seeing its battery fill up with the simplicity of magnetic mounts, to create a product that's nearly seamless to use.

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Grab Anker's Soundcore Liberty true wireless buds for just $68 on Amazon ($31 off)

Anker's SoundCore products are known for their reliability and good built quality. The Liberty true wireless earphones continue to deliver on that promise thanks to their audio quality and impressive 100 hours of playback. They're usually priced at $100, but you can snatch them for just $68 on Amazon.

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Grab the Anker Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro true wireless buds for $110 ($40 off)

While Anker products are known to offer a good compromise between reliability and affordability, the brand also has a higher-end offering in terms of audio products. The Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro was announced at the end of September and is the company's most advanced offering when it comes to true wireless buds. It initially cost $150 when it came out, but you can now grab it for $40 less.

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Dbrand releases 'Teardown' skins based on JerryRigEverything's transparent back mods

You can get vinyl skins from dbrand that make your phone look like wood, metal, or just very bright vinyl. Now, you can also get skins that make them look transparent thanks to a partnership with YouTuber Zack Nelson. You probably know him best as the disembodied voice behind the JerryRigEverything durability test videos. The skins are only available for a limited time, and there apparently are "dozens" of easter eggs.

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Bose SoundSport Free drop to $140 on Amazon ($60 off)

 

If you're on the market for high-quality wireless earbuds that you want to take to the gym, Bose's offering is worth considering. The brand's SoundSport Free buds traditionally sell for $200, but they're now $60 off, provided you're willing to get them in flashy Ultraviolet.

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