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[Deal Alert] Sony Xperia XZ2 down to $700 ($100 off), XZ2 Compact to $600 ($50 off) at many retailers

The Xperia XZ2 and XZ2 Compact were announced less than two months ago, but they're already seeing some nice discounts. The larger XZ2 is down to $699.99, $100 off its MSRP, and the XZ2 Compact has dropped to $599.99 ($50 off). Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy are all offering these discounts.

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[Update: Amazon too] Deal alert: Google Pixelbook down to $749 ($250 off) at several retailers

Is your old computer is starting to feel slow and sluggish? Have you been looking at all those Chromebooks and wanting to get one for yourself? Or maybe you have eyed the Pixelbook ever since it launched, but the $999 price was a little tough to stomach? Well, this deal is sure going to make you stop and think twice: it's that good. Google is discounting the Pixelbook to $749 at multiple retailers — that's $250 off the regular price and the lowest we've ever seen it dip, by far. Until now, the best discount we had spotted was $100 off with a free Google Home.

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HP Chromebook x2s being sold by Best Buy far ahead of June 10th release

Pre-orders for HP's latest detachable Chromebook, the Chromebook x2, opened on Best Buy on May 11th, with a ship date of June 7th and an official release date of June 10th given. But for some reason, Best Buy is already shipping and offering in-store pickup for these Chromebook x2s, and a reader has gotten one in his hands.

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[Update: Google Store too] Deal alert: Pixel Buds down to $129 ($30 off) at Best Buy

The Pixel Buds were announced alongside the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL in October of last year, and since then, we've rarely seen them discounted. Sure, there was a 50% off offer when purchased with a Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL, but that required you to drop at least $649 on the phone itself. Best Buy currently has the Pixel Buds for $129, $30 off MSRP.

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5 of our favorite tech sales, discounts, and deals this week

The weekend has arrived, and that spells time to relax, unwind, and focus on really enjoying yourself. Those of you in the States may be gearing up for a big Memorial Day party, braving supermarket crowds to stock up on hot dogs, hamburgers, and all the requisite cookout staples. To help offset some of those expenses we thought we'd bring you a roundup of some of our favorite tech deals over the past week.

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[Deal Alert] Get $300 off the Note 8 or Galaxy S9/S9+ at Best Buy when you set up an installment plan

Samsung's latest smartphones are quite nice, but they're also painfully expensive. Even when you split up the payments monthly, a $1,000 phone can put a dent in your bank account. Best Buy has a tempting deal today that'll knock $300 off the total cost of the Note 8, Galaxy S9, or Galaxy S9+ as long as you activate it on an installment plan.

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Google Home Max makes its way to Canada, priced at $499 CAD

Google released the Home Max near the end of last year, but there's still only one country it's officially available in: the United States. That changes today, though; the Home Max is now being sold in the Great White North at a price of $499 CAD (~$389 USD).

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HP Chromebook x2 pre-orders are live at Best Buy

Pre-orders for HP's new detachable, stylus-sporting Chromebook, the x2, are now live at Best Buy's website. The hybrid device, which HP bills as the world's first detachable Chromebook, is scheduled to ship on June 7, just a few days before its official June 10 release date.

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Razer Phone now available at Best Buy

Since release, the Razer Phone has been available from Amazon, Razer's online store, and Microsoft. If you want to try one before buying, your only option was to hunt down a Microsoft store and hope they had a display unit. Now the device is available from another retailer - Best Buy.

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Nokia 6.1 comes to the U.S. with a Snapdragon 630 and Android One for $269 on May 6

HMD Global has announced that the new Nokia 6.1 is available in the U.S. starting on May 6. Yes, you read that name correctly; instead of going with the more traditional "Nokia 6 2018" (as it was formerly known), HMD opted for the point release moniker. Despite this oddity, this phone packs a great value, coming at $269 for some nice specs.

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