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  • 8 of our favorite tech sales, discounts, and deals this week: Galaxy S9, Arlo Pro 2 set, Roku Ultra, and more

    It has been a big week for deals here at Android Police, and better still, a whole bunch of them are still going strong, as their savings continue to be available for shoppers looking to take advantage. Whether you’re shopping for a new phone, some smart-home accessories, or just looking for a new source of entertainment, these deals have got you covered.

    Samsung Galaxy S9 Dual-SIM 128GB: Only $640

    Let’s get started with phones, and what better way than with a handsomely-equipped edition of one of this year’s biggest flagships?

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    8 of our favorite tech sales, discounts, and deals this week: Galaxy S9, Arlo Pro 2 set, Roku Ultra, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Portable SSDs, app-controlled droids, Community on Blu-ray, and more are all discounted today

    Whether you’re looking for new tech gear or household items, we’ve got you covered.

    We found plenty of great deals today that include big discounts on the Samsung T5 portable SSD, an app-controlled R2-D2, the Community Blu-ray box set, and more! Time’s running out to take advantage of these prices, so hurry!

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    If you want to know about the deals as soon as they are happening, you’ll want to follow Thrifter on Twitter, and sign up for the newsletter, because missing out on a great deal stinks!

  • How to prep your PlayStation 4 for sale

    Selling your PlayStation 4? Here’s what you need to do to get ready.

    The time has come for you to let slip the firm grasp you have had on your PlayStation 4 for the last few years. Perhaps you are upgrading to a PlayStation Pro or maybe it’s just time for you to move on. No matter the reason you are planning to sell your PS4 and you need to know what to do in order to get it ready to hand off to its new owner.

    You’re probably going to want to make sure that your console is clean and you have all the parts together. Making sure that everything is in proper working order is probably important as well. However, the most crucial thing you must do is to ensure that your console is a blank slate upon which its new owner can build their gaming world.

    Here’s how to wipe your PlayStation 4 so it’s a fresh as the day you took it out of the box.

    Backing up your data

    If you are planning on moving over to a newer model of PlayStation, you may want to back up your data to an external hard…

  • Best Chromebook for Students in 2018

    Best overall
    Best for younger students
    Best on a budget

    Best overall

    Lenovo Chromebook 500e

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    A student needs a laptop that is reliable, affordable and robust. The Lenovo Chromebook 500e is all that and more. The Chromebook 500e was designed for students to carry back and forth to class without worry because of its rugged build. Features like a 360-degree hinge and excellent pen support make it the best Chromebook for any student. This is a deal at around $300.

    The bottom line: The Chromebook 500e is great for any student. Chrome and Android app support, an excellent keyboard and screen optimized for pen input make it our best pick overall for students.

    One more thing: Lenovo makes a 100e and 300e, both of which offer nearly as much for a little bit less money.

    Why the Lenovo Chromebook 500e is the best

    The Chromebook 500e was designed to go through life with you and survive it all. It’s built like a tank with a reinforced shell and rubber bumpers that make i…

  • Grab a Black & Decker string trimmer and sweeper together for $61

    Better together.

    This Black & Decker LCC221 String Trimmer and Edger Plus Sweeper combo is down to $60.99 on Amazon. It normally sells for around $75. While we’ve seen this bundle go as low as $70 in the past, it has never gone as low as today’s sale. The string trimmer by itself is usually $59.

    The bundle includes a string trimmer, which has an automatic feed spool, and a sweeper that’s perfect for clearing decks, driveways, and sidewalks. They are both lightweight and battery powered, and the combo comes with one 20V Max battery. Users give it 3.9 stars based on 271 reviews.

    If you’re buying this trimmer brand new, you probably won’t need a replacement spool right away, but it never hurts to have some just in case. You can get a 3-pack on Amazon for just $19.80.

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  • Want a VPN for life? Get Ivacy for only $40!

    We all value our privacy, and when have so much of our lives online, that privacy and security is paramount. It’s far too often that people are the victims of identity theft, doxing, and worse, so having a quality VPN to protect the anonymity of your online browsing habits is a great idea.

    Ivacy VPN is a highly reviewed service that offers person-to-person file sharing at blazing fast speeds, while completely protecting your identity, and right now you can get a lifetime subscription for only $39.99. With a regular retail price of $1,194, you save 96% through Android Central Digital Offers. The other wonderful benefit of a VPN is the ability to stream tens of thousands of movies, TV shows, sports events, and more from around the world. Having a quality VPN can help you completely bypass geo-restrictions, so you can get to the content you want now. You’ll even get a dedicated VPN add-on for Kodi.

    Ivacy VPN lets you connect to more than 450 servers in over 100 locations around the wo…

  • Samsung’s T5 500GB portable SSD is down to an all new low price of $130

    Great price.

    The Samsung T5 500GB portable solid state drive is down to $129.99 on Amazon for the first time. This price is an all new low for the T5 and beats the previous low by $20. This deal is even better than last year’s holiday shopping season.

    The 250GB version of this SSD also dropped in price recently. It’s down to $99.99 from $120.

    The Samsung T5 has gotten quite a few great critical reviews in a short amount of time, including an Editor’s Choice and 4 stars from PC Mag, 4.5 stars from Tech Radar, and a review from Forbes that said it “offers a great sweet spot in terms of size, performance and price.” Amazon users give it 4.7 stars based on 539 reviews. Samsung backs it up with a three-year warranty, as well.

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  • 20 of the best keyboard compatible Android games for Chrome OS

    In light of the recent sale for the Google Pixelbook (that ends today, so make sure to grab one while you can), I thought it might be helpful to roundup some of the better Android games that are compatible with Chrome OS and work well with the keyboard. I for one hate getting fingerprints all over my screen, plus I also find a keyboard and mouse to be the optimal way to play a lot of games.

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    20 of the best keyboard compatible Android games for Chrome OS was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Cielo Breez review: Smartening up your air conditioner, the easy way

    Depending on where you live, most houses could be built with central heating and thermostats in mind or not. Even in houses that have a fully ducted system, getting a small expansion done like a bigger garage, an additional room, or a guest house coul…

  • Visiting China is a great way to realize just how much you rely on Google

    The moment your plane lands, your phone just became a whole lot less useful.

    It took me a few moments to realize what was happening. Landing in Shanghai after a 12-hour Air Canada flight, you could forgive me for being a little groggy when I walked into the terminal, hopped on the free Wi-Fi and said “hmm, my connection isn’t working.” Even though I could load androidcentral.com, nothing else on my phone worked. Gmail wouldn’t sync. Hangouts messages to family members saying I had landed were stuck sending. Google Now wouldn’t refresh to show my current location and weather. The Play Store wouldn’t let me update apps.

    It’s telling that the first half-dozen apps I tried to use after landing were all from Google.

    The connection speed was fine — it just so happened that the first half-dozen apps I wanted to check immediately upon entering the terminal were Google apps, and they don’t work at all in China. After pulling my brain back together from the long flight, I was obvi…

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