iPad Air with M1 processor and expanded 256GB storage is $70 off

Memorial Day weekend is officially over. Time to go off the grill, toss some beverages in a cooler place, and climb over some hot treats. We cover broken sales and memories throughout the week, and we have some new ones for you on Saturday.

First off, Apple’s latest iPad Air with 256GB expanded to $679 repository is available at Amazon. This $70 discount is the best price in over a month for this configuration. If you don’t feel you need extra resetting, the 64GB model is $569.99 (about $30 off) at Amazon and Walmart. Although 256GB helps ensure that you don’t run out of space too quickly.

This last generation iPad Air looks a lot like the previous model by 2020, but has been given a massive performance boost by lending the same M1 process to iPad Pro models and entry-level MacBooks. The Air is fast, has great autonomy, and its 10.9-inch looks great. While it shares the same CPU price as the iPad Pro, it uses a Touch ID built on its side for Face ID and lacks promotion for smoother scrolling. Nevertheless, this discount further helps separate 256GB Air from the base 128GB iPad Pro that normally runs for $799 — making it even more efficient for most people. Read our review.

2022 iPad Air (Wi-Fi)

The latest iPad Air retains the iPad Pro-esque redesigned 2020 models, but with the A14 Bionic processor in favor of Apple’s lightning-powered M1 chip. It also comes in one of five colors and comes with a 12MP front camera with the support of Apple’s Scenes feature.

Surprisingly, if you want to buy an Xbox Series X console now, you have multiple options. You can get one direct from Costco or Microsoft, or if you’re lucky, you can buy one at your place – but those aren’t good things. The deal du jour for the Xbox family is now that Antonio offers a free choice out of the controller of your choice when buying the Xbox Series S for a price of $299.99. This is the regular selling price of the smallest console, and an extractive gamepad valued at up to $69.99 for free.

The Xbox Series S is a great little console if you don’t plan on a digital box alone that tops out with 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution. It is definitely a little storage-based, with 512GB built-in, but is perfect for Xbox Game Pass and game streaming. Plus, with this transaction, you can pick up moderators from black, white, red, blue, and yellow-green — even the translucent zeal-black 20th anniversary special edition (which, by the way, is a right choice). This deal runs until June 7 or up to sale. Read our review.

Xbox Series S with free extra controller

The Xbox S Series is smaller than the 4K-capable Xbox Series X, but it can still take over the same digital games — albeit with a 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution. The Antonline offered console with a free extra controller saves $59.99 to $69.99 on your chosen gamepad.

If you don’t want to wait until July for the arrival of Google Pixel 6A and are a T-Mobile or Sprint customer, you can get the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro for $150 from the best buy with activation. The Pixel 6 Pro is priced at $459.99 – the same as the more budget-minded 6A – and the Pixel 6 Pro is now $749.99. Both businesses require activation on T-Mobile or Sprint, but want to pay for them upfront or on standard.

While the Pixel 6 siblings have had some troubles with software software, they still have some of the best cameras on the smartphone – and some of the best Android phones around. Google will borrow the Pixel 6A Tensor CPU this summer when it comes out, but exclusive to premium pixels areas with better cameras. Read our review.

Google Pixel 6

The Google Pixel 6 model is the latest base for Google’s new flagship. It notes the Google Tensor CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a tailgate camera with 50 megapixels at the top and 12 megapixels for its ultra-wide angle.

Google Pixel 6 Pro

The Google Pixel 6 Pro is the older brother of the latest Pixel Duo, with a 6.7-inch film, 12GB of RAM, and a third camera featuring a 4x telephoto lens and 48 megapixels resolution.

The Lenovo Chromebook Duet has maintained its status as one of our current budget Chromebooks, though late 2021. The newer model came out with a higher price and brought some compromises. This new model is the Chromebook Duet 5, which is a little bit fantastic got with the 13.3 inch OLED touchscreen and a new point price of around $500. The screen is great, the keyboard attachment is again very good, and it got a long battery life. But the game is something else with $200 more than its predecessor.

Now, you can get the Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5 for much more appropriately $379 at Best Buy. This discount of $120 for a model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB SSD makes it much easier to overlook some of its flaws — like the lack of authentic biometrics and no included S Pen. Saving money always makes things better, am I right? Read our review.

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