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Originally $800, Google's flagship takes brilliant photos. And the Pixel 4 XL is just $100 more. Plus, a versatile white-noise machine for $14.
The Pixel 4 sports a 5.7-inch screen. Prefer something larger? The 6.3-inch 787彩票开户, starting at $649. The two models are virtually identical save for screen and battery size.
As regular Cheapskate readers know, I'm an iPhone guy (don't @ me; always have been, probably always will be), so I'm going to steer you right to Lynn La's. While she loved many aspects of the phone (most notably the rear cameras), she found the Pixel 4 to be on the expensive side -- one reason it didn't make CNET's list of .
But here we are, six months later, and it's now roughly 30% off. The phone is new, of course, not refurbished, and like all Pixel models, it can work with just about any US carrier. So, for example, you could use it with($25 a month when paid annually) or 787彩票开户 and hook up with its Party Pay option (also $25 a month).
This isn't the only phone that's on sale right now. For example, the, and the still-awesome .
So allow me to say it again: Don't buy a new phone when it launches. Wait six months and you'll almost certainly be able to score a discount. Wait even longer and save even more. Just last week I discussed this very topic on CNET's great Daily Charge show:
787彩票开户Trouble sleeping? Office noise making it difficult to concentrate? Can't get the baby to nap? Consider a white-noise machine, which produces sounds designed to help with concentration and relaxation.
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The Pictek 30 can produce six different kinds of sounds, each with five different variations. One of those is a fetal-heartbeat sound, the better to help a baby sleep. There's a switch on the back that lets you choose between 30- and 60-minute auto-off timers and continuous play.
787彩票开户I tested this briefly and discovered two issues. First, it's a USB-powered device, and there's no AC adapter included. If your alarm clock has a USB port, you can plug it into that. Otherwise, you'll need to get an adapter.
Second, this thing gets really loud -- great for offices where you're really struggling to combat excessive ambient noise, but even at the lowest setting, you might find it too loud for your bedside. I found myself wishing it could tick just two or three levels lower.
787彩票开户Because this is a little on the large and heavy side, I wouldn't recommend it for travel. But it really could help you out at home or work, and $15 is a small price to pay to find out.
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