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Woot is running a sale on refurbished Samsung tablets, which means that, among other things, you can pick up a Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e for $300 or a Galaxy Tab S6 Lite for $270. Lenovo is selling Logitech’s MX Master 2S Bluetooth mouse for half price when you use the coupon MXMASTER50). And Aukey is offering one of the best deals I’ve seen on noise-cancelling true wireless earbuds: apply the coupon 9GA4MZOG at checkout, and you can snag a pair for just $20.

Do I expect the noise cancellation or audio quality to be as good as what you’d get from earbuds that sell for $100 to $200? Probably not. But I’d be a lot more forgiving of a $20 pair.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

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  1. Brad- You regularly promote Aukey deals. I bought a set of their true wireless earbuds, but they failed on several fronts. I returned them to Amazon and submitted a 1-Star review. Then Aukey tried four times to bribe me into removing my review, going from $30-45. I did not respond to them, but added a warning to my review. It seems plain they are doing everything they can to maintain high reviews, which might explain why I bought them in the first place then found them disappointing….

    1. bradlinder – Brad Linder is editor of the mobile tech blog Liliputing, an independent journalist and podcast producer and editor based in Philadelphia.
      Brad Linder says:

      Whoops. It should be fixed now!