[Update: New three-camera kit deal, some others still available] Deal alert: First-gen Arlo Pro with one camera is $50 off ($199), two camera kit is $70 off ($349)

We’ve covered Netgear’s Arlo products on the site for a while. Back in January, Ryan reviewed the original Arlo Pro, and he came away mostly impressed. Now you can get the Arlo Pro with one camera for $ 50 off, and the Pro with two cameras for $ 70 off.

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[Update: New three-camera kit deal, some others still available] Deal alert: First-gen Arlo Pro with one camera is $ 50 off ($ 199), two camera kit is $ 70 off ($ 349) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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[Deal Alert] Samsung Chromebook Pro for $449 and Chromebook Plus for $349 ($100 off)

There aren’t a lot of really great Chromebooks out there, but Samsung’s recent Chromebook Pro and Plus come close. Excepting the keyboards, each is one of the best devices in its class to have come out in the last year. And, in what looks like some early Black Friday preparation, retailers such as Amazon, B&H, Frys, Best Buy, and even Samsung itself have marked down prices for each. Right now you can pick up the Chromebook Plus for just $ 349, and the Chromebook Pro for $ 449.

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[Deal Alert] Samsung Chromebook Pro for $ 449 and Chromebook Plus for $ 349 ($ 100 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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[Update: $349] Deal Alert: The new Acer Chromebook 15 is already $41 off ($359) at Best Buy

Acer is one of many companies manufacturing Chromebooks, and it came out with a new 15.6″ model just last month. If you read Jordan’s review, you’ll know it’s a pretty solid laptop, especially considering the price. If you want to grab one, it’s already $ 41 off at Best Buy.

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[Update: $ 349] Deal Alert: The new Acer Chromebook 15 is already $ 41 off ($ 359) at Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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HTC intros a $349 version of the U11

 I honestly thought HTC had sent the wrong phone in the mail when the U11 Life arrived. The new phone looks almost identical to its namesake at first glance — and that’s by design. Of course, on closer inspection, the differences are pretty clear, particularly when you’ve got the standard U11 on-hand. The Life is essentially the budget version of HTC’s latest flagship… Read More
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