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More Deals: Lytro for $99, Jawbone Up24 for $113, Nexus 7 (2013) 32GB for $199

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Along with the Nexus 7 (2013) deal we highlighted this morning through Woot!, we have a handful of discounted tech goodies for shoppers to consider over at eBay.

We are talking the original Lytro 8GB camera for $99, a camera that originally arrived at around $300. Not familiar with Lytro? Think of it as one of the cameras that started this whole refocus-after-the-fact trend that most smartphone cameras are trying to mimic these days. Lytro uses light from all angles to capture shots that can be refocused countless times or have their perspective tweaked. The original Lytro is certainly a niche product, but the technology could become something major in the future. At $99, this seems like a steal.

If cameras aren’t your thing, fitness seekers can pickup a Jawbone UP24 fitness tracker for $113 (I just did!), which is close to a $40 discount. Finally, tablet buyers who want more than 16GB of storage have the option of choosing a Nexus 7 (2013) 32GB for $199. This is a refurbished model. 

eBay Links:  Lytro 8GB ($99) | Jawbone UP24 ($113) | Nexus 7 (2013) 32GB ($199)

  • Patrick Crumpler

    Sad. The Lytro looked great but seems to only work with Mac. Don’t thing I could upload to the website on a Chromebook

  • http://nicholashrycun.com Nicholas Hrycun

    Lytro $50 shipping. Nope.

  • RhondaJKingsbury

    Lytro uses light from all angles to capture shots that can be refocused countless times or have their perspective tweaked. The original Lytro is certainly a niche product, but the technology could become something major in the future. At $99, this seems like a steal. http://ur1.ca/hvhaa

  • Bryan Mills

    Nexus 8. Soon.

    • Ryan N

      Or the one plus seven, as it’s otherwise known.

  • Mech_Engr_09

    I’m good on the crappy arse fitness trackers that are half baked and don’t really track anything. Do yourselves a favor and don’t get a jawbone or fitbit. Wait for something like the gym watch, push, amiigo, etc. They will actually have use in the gym. It’s just a matter of who gets their product out first because they all look great.

    • Shane Redman

      Never heard of these. That gym watch looks like a solid product. Thanks for the info

    • j

      I’ve been using the same fitness trackers for awhile, and they haven’t let me down. They’re called a scale and mirror.

      • Mech_Engr_09

        That’s cool, I remember my first day at the gym.

    • http://www.vinsonimages.com yamaha83

      push and gym watch look awesome if they do what they say. the Amiigo turned out to be crap! i was an original backer and the thing lost constant HR and you had to do at least 5 reps of a movement for it to track what you are doing.

      • Mech_Engr_09

        Yeah I was hoping for amiigo to turn out to be good. They just kept delaying and delaying and eventually I lost interest. I’m glad I didn’t back them and they are the perfect reason why I choose to never back something on kickstarter. Half the crap turns out to be vaporware or far from what was promised in the initial funding project. I have hope for these, but I refuse to get any of them until they come out and have some solid reviews.