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Google's best smart speaker is $20 off everywhere

Google's best smart speaker is $20 off everywhere

Home audio these days have to be two things: smart and sound good. Google's Nest Audio speaker looks smart, acts smart, and sounds terrific. And if you pick up one of these puppies today, you can get it for a better price.

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Get the Sony WF-SP800N wireless earbuds for $134 ($64 off) today only

Get the Sony WF-SP800N wireless earbuds for $134 ($64 off) today only

Sony's WF-SP800N wireless earbuds are some of the best audio accessories you can get, thanks to their incredible battery life and good ANC performance. Now you can get a set for just $134.00 from B&H Photo, a savings of $64 over the usual price.

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The new Moto 360 smartwatch is back down to $130

The new Moto 360 smartwatch is back down to $130

A new Moto 360 smartwatch powered by Wear OS was released last year, manufactured by eBuyNow instead of Motorola. It was a decent watch, but the original price of $350 was absolutely too much money. Now you can get it for a significantly better price: $129.99.

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Sony's latest WH-1000XM4 noise-cancelling headphones are back down to $278 ($72 off)

Sony's latest WH-1000XM4 noise-cancelling headphones are back down to $278 ($72 off)

Sony has been producing excellent noise-cancelling headphones for years, and its latest high-end option is the WH-1000XM4. Despite its horrible name, the headphones offer incredible isolation and sound quality, and now they are at their lowest price yet: $278.00.

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Get the Moto G Stylus for just $200 ($70 off)

Get the Moto G Stylus for just $200 ($70 off)

Motorola released two main G-series phones earlier this year, the G Power and G Stylus. The latter option has a built-in passive stylus for drawing and other screen interactions, and now you can buy the phone for just $199.99. That's $100 below the original price, but the phone has been listed at $269.99 almost continuously since August, so this is more like $70 off.

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Get the Nokia 5.3 for just $177 ($23 off) right now

Get the Nokia 5.3 for just $177 ($23 off) right now

There aren't many options for budget phones with clean Android in the United States, though HMD Global has been filling that gap over the past few years with various Nokia-branded devices. Now you can get the Nokia 5.3 for just $176.99, a savings of $23 over the usual price.

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Cure the Surface Duo blues with the LG G8X Dual Screen for $500

Cure the Surface Duo blues with the LG G8X Dual Screen for $500

So the Surface Duo didn't quite pan out to be the perfect dual-screen phone, but there are alternatives — even if they aren't quite as physically elegant. The LG G8X is a flagship Android phone with a detachable second screen, and now you can get it unlocked for just $499.99. That's $450 lower than the original MSRP, though the phone has sold for closer to $600-700 lately.

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Grab a OnePlus 7T for just $399 right now ($201 off)

Grab a OnePlus 7T for just $399 right now ($201 off)

The OnePlus 8T is almost upon us, but the year-old OnePlus 7T is still an excellent phone if you can get it at a good price. Thankfully, the 7T has once again dropped to just $399.00, $201 off the original price and $300 lower than the current price of the OnePlus 8.

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Motorola Edge returns to its lowest price ever of $500 ($200 off)

Motorola Edge returns to its lowest price ever of $500 ($200 off)

Motorola released the Edge+ earlier this year as its first flagship phone in a long time, but it was always a bit weird to have a plus model when a regular model didn't exist. Motorola fixed that with the cheaper Edge a few months later, which has now returned to its original introductory price of $500 ($200 off).

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is just $120 ($30 off) right now

Samsung's Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is just $120 ($30 off) right now

Samsung's line of Galaxy A tablets aren't anything special, but they are cheap Android devices with full access to the Google Play Store. That makes them a tantalizing alternative to Amazon Fire tablets, which require workarounds to install the Play Store, and still have weird software quirks to deal with. Now you can get last year's Galaxy Tab A 8.0 for just $119.99, a savings of $30 over the original MSRP.

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