Razer is making its presence known during this year’s CES in Las Vegas, introducing an Android TV set-top box, called Forge TV. Forge TV looks and acts much like a Nexus TV, but Razer has built in a variety of gaming features to make it more suited towards the gamers in the community. (more…)
Christmas is gone and you probably have gift money to spend. One good way to offload all of that cash would be on a micro SD card for your new phone, because you can never have enough storage. Amazon is currently hosting a daily deal on SanDisk cards that have been slashed by as much as 70%. Not all of them have, but a good number can be picked up for some of their cheapest prices ever.
The biggest steal of the lot is the 64GB micro SD Class 10/UHS-1 card for just $24.95 (regularly $64.99). Seriously, that is a steal. Your other options include a 128GB Class 10/UHS-1 card for $89.99 (regularly $129.99), 32GB for $12.95, and a 16GB for just $9.99. If you don’t need another micro SD card, regular SD cards have also been discounted.
I know that we have written this NES30 Bluetooth controller up a couple of times already, but many of you seem to be excited about it and we didn’t want anyone to miss out before it goes away. This deal is only around in the DL Deals shop for two more days.
At $29.99, it’s actually a solid deal if you need a fun take on a controller that can be paired with your phone or tablet. Outside of being an affordable controller, it’s also awesome for the simple fact that it was made to look like an old NES controller that should bring back plenty of happy childhood memories.
Again, two days left. $29.99. NES-style. Get some.
For a limited time through the DL Deals Store, you can grab a sweet little charging cable, capable of charging both Android and iOS devices via a USB port. Both connectors sit on top of each other when not in use, but when you decide you need either the Android microUSB part, or the iOS lightning connector part, simply detach the two from each other. To put it simply, it’s a fancy cable. (more…)
The Nexus 9 Magic Cover has been available on Google Play for the better part of a week now. After spending some time with it, we decided that while it looks pretty and is a bold idea for a minimal tablet cover, in practice it’s probably not worth its $39 price tag. We also noted that during our time with it, that Google Play mentioned leather versions (both black and natural colors) were coming at some point in the future, though they had yet to surface in an official listing. Until today.
Best Buy is listing the black leather version of the Nexus 9’s Magic Cover for a whopping $49. It isn’t in-stock yet, so you can’t buy it even if you wanted to. But hey, another option on what will likely be another overpriced Nexus accessory.
Any takers? (more…)
Can you believe it? OnePlus actually survived an entire year of existence. I say that because well, they made so many mistakes throughout that pissed so many people off, that it surprises me a little. While the phone they made is still one of our top of 2014 (our review), the road leading up to, during, and after the One’s launch was beyond rocky.
But hey, congrats to a year, OnePlus. Hopefully you learned a lot in 2014. 2015 is going to be a big year, and even though the last year was tough to swallow, we are still interested in what you are up to. (more…)