Samsung has slashed the cost of its previous-generation Galaxy Tab S6 Android tablet. The previous best price was $470 late last month, but today, it’s just $320 at Samsung’s site. It debuted for $650 last year, so it’s effectively 50 percent off today. This discount puts it around the same price of Apple’s latest-generation iPad, which is obviously a different tablet in many ways. But if you’re looking for a better value when it comes to specs, this deal should get your attention.
The Tab S6 has considerably more space for apps and downloads than the base iPad, with 128GB of onboard storage and the ability to accept microSD cards to expand it even further. If that doesn’t do it for you, its gorgeous 10.5-inch OLED screen might do the trick. My colleague Dan Seifert reviewed this model, saying that this display is “really a treat to look at: colors pop, blacks are inky deep, and it gets bright enough to use outdoors.”
What’s also good about this model is that it has loud, clear speakers, a slick design, and it includes an S Pen stylus in the box. The Tab S6 also has flagship-level specs, including the Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB of RAM, and a 7,040mAh battery.
We expect Apple to announce its new Arm-based MacBooks today at its 1PM ET event, but the company’s latest Intel-based MacBook Pro with the improved keyboard is $150 off at B&H Photo. The 13.3-inch model with an 8th Gen quad-core Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage is $1,349, down from $1,499. Other retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy, currently sell it for full price, so if you’re looking for a MacBook Pro deal, head over to B&H Photo.
If you’re like me and have recently tripled your time spent on a phone, getting a compact battery pack might save you from running all the way over to your wall outlet. Aukey’s 10,000mAh power bank with an 18W PD USB-C charging port is just $15 after you clip the $5 coupon on the product page, then enter the code WZX7G3LT at the checkout page to save another $10. It’s normally $25, and the deal is planned to last until November 18th at 2:59AM ET.
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