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Acer's ultra-portable Spin 311 Chromebook for just $155 is basically an impulse buy

Acer's ultra-portable Spin 311 Chromebook for just $155 is basically an impulse buy

Hey, you. You need a computer? Not, like, a big computer. Or a powerful one. A little bitty one, maybe just good enough for checking your email and watching some junk on YouTube? Then check out the Acer Spin 311: it's just 11.6 inches, powered by a MediaTek processor, and it practically has "just good enough for checking your email and watching some junk on YouTube" written on the lid. (Not literally, though. That'd be silly.) Today Walmart is selling it for almost half off, and it wasn't that pricey to begin with! You can get a not-quite-disposable Chromebook for just $155, with free shipping. 

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You'll soon be able to buy T-Mobile, Metro, and Magenta service at Walmart

You'll soon be able to buy T-Mobile, Metro, and Magenta service at Walmart

A couple of weeks ago, T-Mobile upgraded its retail offensive by going official with its presence in 1,000 or so Best Buy locations. That push continues today with the announcement of T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile availability at Walmart's 2,300-odd stores as well as Walmart.com.

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Your local Walmart may have Wyze Cam v2s as low as $3, but you'd better hurry

Your local Walmart may have Wyze Cam v2s as low as $3, but you'd better hurry

Smart home deal seekers should grab their keys and jump in the car ASAP. Some Walmart locations are selling the Wyze Cam v2 for $5-3, seemingly fire-selling their remaining inventory now that the excellent Wyze Cam v3 has been here for a while.

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T-Mobile sales are beginning to come to Best Buy

T-Mobile sales are beginning to come to Best Buy

T-Mobile has been working on expanding both its cellular and retail coverage to rural areas in the country. Some weighty events have helped spread its network out like the merger with Sprint and 5G deployment on 600MHz. As for the brick-and-mortar situation, it appears that the company will be standing on the shoulders of giants Best Buy and (eventually) Walmart.

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Nokia's inexpensive new earbuds are coming to US stores

Nokia's inexpensive new earbuds are coming to US stores

Since reviving Nokia's mobile handset business, HMD Global has been a good overall steward of it — especially in making consumers aware of its phones which are almost exclusively found online. Well, the company is now about to send four types of earbuds to American shores.

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Review: Forget the Chromecast, Walmart's Onn Android TV is cheaper and just as good

Review: Forget the Chromecast, Walmart's Onn Android TV is cheaper and just as good

While smartphones regularly threaten to get more expensive every year, somehow the market for set-top boxes and HDMI dongles is dropping to seemingly impossible lows. When we were introduced to the Chromecast with Google TV last year, with 4K HDR support and the full capabilities of Android TV, it felt like a $50 gadget would be the best we could ask for. As it turns out, a new contender with similar specs and an even lower price has come from an unlikely source: Walmart... And it's pretty damn good.

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Wyze's crazy-cheap laser-mapping robot vacuum is an even better deal at $216

Wyze's crazy-cheap laser-mapping robot vacuum is an even better deal at $216

Wyze has completely revolutionized what we expect from our smart home gear, keeping the quality consistent while bringing prices way, way down. Its first robot vacuum isn't quite as cheap as, say, the Cam v3, but it's still a value compared to similar offerings from Shark, Eufy, or iRobot. If you've had your eyes on Wyze's robovac, Walmart has it down to just $216.

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Walmart's new 4K Android TV box is out, and it's $20 less than a Chromecast with Google TV

Walmart's new 4K Android TV box is out, and it's $20 less than a Chromecast with Google TV

Android TV continues to grow as a platform, spurred on by the success of last year's Chromecast with Google TV. That device managed to undercut the old 4K-ready Chromecast Ultra by $20, making it an easy way to grab a streaming stick for your television without paying an arm and a leg. If that price is still too steep to justify throwing a media player in your spare bedroom, Walmart has the gadget for you. Its new Onn-branded 4K Android TV device is officially on sale for just $29.

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Walmart's 4K Android TV box is going to be really, really cheap

Walmart's 4K Android TV box is going to be really, really cheap

Walmart is known to offer products at jaw-droppingly low prices, and it has chalked out a similar strategy for its upcoming Android TV box. The 4K Onn-branded device looks set to undercut popular offerings like the Chromecast with Google TV and Tivo Stream 4K.

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Pick up Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 for less than your family's cell phone bill

Pick up Samsung's Galaxy Watch Active 2 for less than your family's cell phone bill

Samsung makes some of the best smartwatches for Android, especially if you pair it using one of its phones. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 might not be the newest wearable on the block, but it's still a great choice — particularly since you can regularly find it for far less than its original MSRP. Today, you can grab it for just $180, an all-new low on one of Samsung's best fitness-focused watches.

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