Eero, the mesh whole home WiFi router system that I dubbed my favorite tech purchase of 2016, will see a permanent price drop today. Why? Because Eero has a whole bunch of competition these days, after initially ushering in the era of whole home WiFi systems. And competition means price points that Eero has been well above for some time.
Starting today, Eero 3-packs will drop to $399 (from $499) and 2-packs will drop to $299 (from $349). Single Eero units will still cost $199. (more…)
Groupon’s major Super Samsung event is up and running, presenting deals on a range of new and manufacturer refurbished products. For example, if you need a 55″ curved 4K TV, you can get one for $650. Want a replacement charger for your Galaxy S7? They have them for $10. There’s even the Gear IconX Bluetooth earbuds available for $99. (more…)
For the 2nd year in a row, Amazon ranked #1 in a poll about their corporate reputation. Normally, we don’t care about stuff like this, but when that ranking turns into a discount for you, we are happy to acknowledge the accomplishment. Good job, Amazon.
OK, so that ranking has Amazon in the rewarding mood, which means a discount on any order you place today over $50. The discount is $8.62, which is Amazon thanking customers for their record 86.27 rating in the Harris Poll I mentioned above. Cool, right?
In order to get the discount, simply enter in “BIGTHANKS” at checkout. That’s it. Now, go shopping.
With what seems like more devices than ever supporting expandable storage, we are always on the lookout for deals on microSD cards. The latest we’ve spotted is on Amazon — $16 for a 64GB card from SanDisk or $48 for a Samsung 128GB . (more…)
For a few more hours, buyers can pick up an unlocked LG V20 in 64GB for only $499 on B&H Photo, down from its usual price of $799. Part of the site’s Deal Zone, it’s a very limited time offer, and you may not see this low of a price again for quite some time. (more…)
LG is days away from unveiling the G6, their first 2017 flagship phone. However, if you aren’t liking what you are seeing there from leaks and would rather jump into the LG V20, a feature-packed phone for audiophiles, creatives, and the ultimate power user, AT&T has a 50% off deal going at the moment you might want to check out.
The deal comes via bill credits, plus you have to sign-up for either AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year, their two device payment plans. Depending on the plan you sign-up for determines the bill credit you get back. If you go AT&T Next, the monthly payment is $27.67 minus the $13.84 bill credit for 30 months. If you go AT&T Next Every Year, the monthly payment is $34.59 minus the $17.30 bill credit for 24 months.
The deal is a limited time offer.
Aukey is hosting a sale for those with coupon codes on a number of products, three of which feature Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology. (more…)
Depending on where you shop for electronics, you may find a $10 off sale on Google’s newest Chromecast, the Chromecast Ultra. As of today, you can buy the 4K-spitting streaming device for $59, the lowest price to date that I can recall.
What makes the Ultra different from the regular Chromecast? Well, it has the capability to stream in 4K and HDR, so it’s the Chromecast that is built for the future. Assuming you own a 4K TV and want to get the most out of your streaming services as they enable 4K, this would be the Chromecast to buy.
Links: Best Buy | Google Store