Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Pebble Time score some solid deals

Summer’s coming, and for a lot of us that means lots of opportunities to find ourselves separated from our hard-earned cash: vacations, concerts, dining out – hell, even air-conditioning bills. So if the looming season has you thinking that you should try and save some money while you can, we may have just the deals for you. After all, living on a budget shouldn’t mean that you totally deprive yourself of some techy toys, and today we’ve got a couple of deals that can hook you up with that tech without breaking the bank.

If you’re looking for the lowest price in town on the Nexus 5X, it’s hard to beat Google’s own Project Fi tie-in offer, but if for whatever reason that deal doesn’t make a lot of sense for you, we’ve got a backup: from today through May 6, Google’s selling not just the Nexus 5X, but also its big brother the Nexus 6P, at $50 off their usual prices.

Already got a phone? No problem, as we also just became aware of a tempting smartwatch deal. Right now the Pebble Time hits a nice price/feature sweet spot in the company’s lineup, giving users the latest features like a color screen while only costing $150. But over on daily-deal site “meh,” shoppers can pick up the Pebble Time for a mere $90.

We know, it’s not the shiny Pebble Time Steel nor the circular Pebble Time Round, but for $90 we find it pretty hard to complain.

Source: Google, meh
Via: Android Central, Phandroid

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