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Newegg is selling a charginf case for a pair of JBL wireless earbuds for $15 today… and throwing in a charging case that lets you recharge on the go. Just use the coupon code 93XPC48 at checkout to get the $15 price.

Update: So it turns out this deal is just for the charging case, no earbuds included. But you can alsnpick up a pair of JBL earbuds with a built-in heart rate monitor for $25 today through the Harman Audio eBay store.

Here are some of the days best deals.

Wireless headphones

Computers

Charging

A/V gear

Other

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4 replies on “Daily Deals (10-09-2019)”

  1. RE: Refurb Dell Chromebook: (Google updates through June, 2020)
    Does google really discontinue chrome updates after 5 years? Seems like the 3120 specs are sufficient to run the chrome browser for many more years. I have one and I typically can still run with dozens of open windows without any problems. And I’m writing this from 9 year old pc (i7 sandybridge) that Microsoft still updates.

    1. That’s what everybody says. Google is always free to make exceptions, but assume the cheaper the machine, the less likely that will happen. Best idea when support ends is to flash the firmware and install linux. Just got the notification on my Dell Chromebox that I’d just received my last update, so Linux is in that machine’s near future.

  2. Unfortunately, that first deal? Too good to be true. You only get a charging case, no earbuds.

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