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On to business. The Google Pixel 3A remains a budget-phone favorite, offering a great camera, a headphone jack and more for a decidedly mid-tier price of $399. However, for a limited time, and while supplies last, you can get the. That’s the lowest price on record. It’s available in all three colors: Clearly White, Just Black and Purple-ish. (You can , or $50 less if you activate it with a Big Four carrier.)
Could the discount be signs that a Pixel 4A announcement is imminent? Yes, and in fact you should check out Lynn La’sto learn more. Of course, those new models would likely come in at the same $399 and $479 starting prices, if not a little higher. And to paraphrase the old saying: A deal in the hand…
The Pixel 3A isn’t perfect, though, as it lacks key features like wireless charging and water resistance. Those would be deal-breakers for me, though at this price it’s hard to expect those kinds of amenities. And the 3A XL still earned a spot on CNET’s list of. (With this deal, it’s way under.) Read CNET’s to discover all the pros and cons.
This is quite the savings on a really popular phone, which was already a pretty good deal. Your thoughts?
Get a free print-and-play version of the cooperative board game Pandemic: Hot Zone
Fire up the printer and break out the card stock. Z-Man Games just unveiled a print-and-play version of the new game Pandemic: Hot Zone, and you can get it for free.
Specifically, this is Hot Zone – North America, “the first in a series of smaller, more portable versions of the beloved 2008 cooperative game [Pandemic], making it an excellent choice for a free-to-play, at-home demo.” It’s designed for 2-4 players.
The printables include game rules, a small-footprint game board and all necessary cards. You’ll have to BYO tokens, markers and the like, meaning it’s time to raid some of your old board games — or you can use miscellaneous random objects.
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