If you have any questions about the Microsoft Surface Duo foldable Android phone, but don’t want to pay the original $1,399 price, I’ll let you know first. The good news is that you no longer have to pay high costs. BuyDig is selling the Surface Duo with 128GB of storage that works on GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile for just $699.
This phone was launched in September for lower-than-star reception from Dieter Bohn. In his review, he praised the battery life, the great design of the hardware, and the pleasure of running two apps at the same time. The high price has been a big stumbling block, but you’ll find that the camera isn’t competitive with other flagship Android phones of similar price, even though the price was lower today. Nevertheless, the flaws can be overlooked, as it is a unique device currently in the fire sales area.
Hori’s Split Pad Pro controller is a great alternative for those who find it inconvenient to use the Joy-Con on the Nintendo Switch. Usually $50, the midnight blue color is a good price at $40.50 on Amazon. Hori’s Joy-Con replacement turns the switch into a more ergonomic device to make it last longer. Monster Hunter: Rise Session. It does not contain batteries, HD rumble motors or motion sensors. Keep in mind that for this you can’t use it unless it’s connected to a switch.
Anker’s Soundcore Liberty Air 2 wireless earbuds cost $50 (usually $80) at Best Buy today. Anker claims that you can use up to 7 hours of battery on a single charge, and up to 28 hours of playtime with the battery inside the included Qi wireless charging case, which can also be charged via USB-C. I can’t prove the sound quality of these, but the silicone eartips should ensure a relatively comfortable fit that blocks out outside noise.
Update May 13th at 4:24pm EST: Wellbots originally offered a variant of the Surface Duo that works with Verizon for $690, but it’s out of stock. The retailer has told The Verge today that they will have more inventory someday, so I’ll update this post again.