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Asus Chromebook C223 drops to $200 at various retailers ($30 off)

Chromebooks are going on sale like crazy this holiday season, so this should come as no surprise to anyone. Asus' Chromebook C223 has dropped $30 to $199 at retailers like Amazon, B&H, and Best Buy for the plain grey model. Or if you want some extra flair, the eye-catching red version is another $10 cheaper on Amazon.

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LG released its Wear OS watch with physical hands, and it's already $200 off

LG has been making Wear OS watches since day one, but the company unveiled something a little different last month — a smartwatch with physical watch hands above the LCD screen. The Watch W7 was released on October 14 for $450 (yes, you read that right), and now it's $200 off at multiple retailers.

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Amazon, Best Buy, B&H, and Walmart match Samsung's deals on Note9 ($800), S9 ($520), Chromebook Plus ($350), and more

The majority of Samsung's Black Friday deals went live today, getting you some great discounts directly from the company's website. Thankfully, if you'd prefer to buy from somewhere else, other retailers are matching many of the deals. So here's a list of some of the best discounts on top Samsung products and the online stores you can grab them from.

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Google Pixelbook down to $699 ($300 off) at multiple retailers

We still have five days until Black Friday itself starts, but it seems like pre-Black Friday deals come earlier and earlier every year. A lot of sales are going live today, including Google's Pixelbook for $699, or $300 off. This matches the UK deal that started a few days ago.

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[Update: Done for now] Best Buy's early Black Friday deals end tonight - here are some of the best ones left

Best Buy pushed out a small mountain of early Black Friday deals last week, and if you didn't manage to snag any of them, don't worry, but do rush. There's only a handful of hours left before they go all pumpkin-shaped. For ease and convenience, we've put together a handful of the better ones we've spotted.

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Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14 drops to $550 at Best Buy ($50 off)

It's that time of year, folks. The holidays are nigh upon us, which means it's time for all those retailers to do their darndest to get you to give them money. This deal is on the Dell Inspiron Chromebook 14, a 2-in-1 ChromeOS laptop with stylus support. Best Buy is knocking $50 off the $599.99 MSRP.

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Jaybird X3 Sport wireless earbuds are just $60 as part of Best Buy's early Black Friday sales

Black Friday seems to have become a season, as we're seeing more and more "Black Friday" deals in effect well in advance of the day. A lot of them are pretty good, though. For example, right now, Best Buy has the Jaybird X3 Sport wireless earbuds for $59.99, less than half what they originally cost.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 on sale at Best Buy for up to $520 off

It's getting to be that time of year. No, not the holidays—that is coincidental. It's getting to be the time of year when major retailers start discounting the hell out of things to get you in the door. Case in point, Best Buy has Samsung's current-gen Galaxy phones on sale for $150-520 off. There are various catches, but that's a lot of potential savings.

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HP x2 and x360 14" Chromebooks on sale at Best Buy for $60 and $100 off

It's just about deal season, and Best Buy is dropping plenty of promotions early, including a pair of high-end Chromebooks. One of these — the Chromebook x2 — even made it to our best Chromebooks holiday buying guide as the best Chrome OS-based tablet you can get right now. The current sale price of $540 is $60 (10%) off the $600 MSRP, making it a good time to snag one if it's been on your eye. If a more traditional Chromebook is more your style, the 14" HP Chromebook x360 is also on sale for $550, which is $100 (16%) off its $650 MSRP.

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Facebook's Portal video calling devices go on sale, but who the hell would buy one?

In one of the scariest product announcements in recent years (should have done on Halloween, amirite?), Facebook unveiled its video calling devices last month. The Portal and Portal+ are now beginning to ship to anyone who was silly enough to pre-order one, and you can even go out and buy them in shops.

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