[Deal Alert] Amazon discounts Nest Cam to $118 ($81 off), Cam Outdoor to $125 ($74 off), and Thermostat to $169 ($80 off)

Most of Nest’s smart home devices went on sale for Black Friday, but today Amazon is making several Nest products even cheaper. The Nest Cam is down to a mere $ 117.99, the Cam Outdoor drops to $ 124.99, and the 3rd gen Thermostat is $ 169.

Last week, this camera was selling for $ 139 and the Cam Outdoor for $ 149 at most retailers. The Nest indoor cam was already $ 60 off the retail price, but now it’s $ 117.99.

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[Deal Alert] Moto Z2 Force down to $375 ($125 off) at T-Mobile

Motorola launched the Z2 Force a few months ago with a whopping $ 720 price tag, and that’s if you got it from Motorola. Most carriers are charging even more than that to this day. However, T-Mobile has been pushing this phone for a mere $ 500, and today it’s cheaper still. The Z2 Force is just $ 375 right now.

The Z2 Force has a 5.5-inch shatter-proof OLED panel, and you can snap Moto Mods onto the back.

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T-Mobile makes the Revvl official, available tomorrow for $125

After a couple of leaks, the T-Mobile Revvl has finally become official today. The device only bears the carrier’s brand, but it is manufactured by TCL. The Revvl will be available tomorrow from the magenta carrier. It can be yours for $ 125 full retail, or $ 5 down and $ 5 per month for two years if you go with the equipment installment plan. Alternatively, you can grab it using TMo’s Jump on Demand scheme, paying $ 0 down and $ 5 per month. As you’ve probably gathered from its pricing, the Revvl is anything but a flagship. That said, it does boast some decent specs for that amount of…

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The entry-level T-Mobile Revvl launches on August 10th for $125

T-Mobile’s oft-leaked budget smartphone is now official. The Revvl is launching tomorrow (August 10th) for a mere $ 125 if paid all at once. Alternatively, you can get the phone with the carrier’s Jump-on-demand service for $ 5 per month. You should not expect amazing specs for that price, but the Revvl looks competent at least.

The Revvl is only sold by T-Mobile, and there’s no other branding. Tmo isn’t coming out and saying who built the hardware, but a previously leaked manual seems to point to Alcatel as the culprit.

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Save $125 on an iPad Pro 9.7, shortly before its successor is set to arrive

Need some additional (though circumstantial) proof that Apple will in fact announce a new 10.5″ iPad Pro on June 5 at its WorldWide Developer Conference? OK then, how about a big price cut for the device that is widely considered to be the predecessor of that tablet? The iPad Pro 9.7 can now be had for only $ 474.99 with 32GB of storage, if you don’t mind shopping at Best Buy. That’s a whopping $ 125 off the usual price, and $ 25 less than the lowest price we’ve seen for this model yet. Surely it’s all just one big coincidence, and not a stock clearing sale, right? Well, you’ll be the…

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