Still looking to score a Moto X? Maybe at a discounted price? Motorola announced a new sale that is set to take place next Monday on January 27. The deal will only last a single hour online, beginning at 3pm EST and ending at 4pm EST. During that time frame, you can grab an off contract Moto X for $100 off of the full retail price – $299 for the 16GB model and $349 for the 32GB model. (more…)
For a limited time only, Google Play is hosting a 25% off deal on select Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 accessories. It’s not the longest list, but if you were looking to score a Nexus 5 bumper case or a Nexus 7 folio case, now is the time to do it. The deal looks to be limited to cases and sleeves, so don’t get your hopes up for 25% off on a wireless charger or anything like that. (more…)
Been considering the Moto G on Verizon, a prepaid phone for $100 that can access their 3G network with no contract? What if you could grab it for $20 cheaper? Well, you can for a limited time today on Amazon. And when I say “limited,” I mean limited. The deal is a lightning deal that only runs for a couple of hours or until stock runs out. (As of the time of this post, 66% has been claimed.)
If you want the Moto G on Verizon, or are curious to try out a phone that has received an enormous amount of buzz because of its combination of low price and decent specs, this is your chance to grab one for $79.99. You better hurry.
Update: The deal is sold out.
Not sure exactly when this happened, but the Moto X with MotoMaker customizations for Verizon is available for $49.99 at the moment on-contract. None of the other carriers are offering the discounted price and are still showing $99.99. If you don’t want a custom device, you can also order the black or white woven models directly through Verizon’s site at the same price. (more…)
The Nexus 5 – Google’s 2013 flagship and our number 2 phone of last year – is available now at T-Mobile for $0 down or $396 full retail. For those keeping track, that’s not exactly cheaper than what Google is selling the same 16GB device for ($349), but it’s not a bad price. The beauty of the deal comes if you can’t afford the up-front full payment and go with the monthly payment plan of just $16.50 per month for 24 months. (more…)
Amazon is running a promotion that slashes $30 off of all of their Kindle Fire tablets as a “thanks to customers for voting Amazon #1 in customer satisfaction” yet again. The deal includes discounts off of the brand new Kindle Fire HDX models (both 7 and 8.9) and the regular Kindle Fire (both 7 and 8.9). The Fire HDX 7 can be had for as little as $199, while the HDX 8.9 drops to $349. The regular Kindle Fire HD drops to an insanely low $109 price, which the HD 8.9 slides in at just under $200. Not bad deals.
The HDX models are Amazon’s top tier line that can compete with almost any other tablet on the planet in terms of specs. We’re talking high-res displays (1920×1200), Snapdragon 800 processors, the newest version of Amazon’s Android skin, custom Dolby Audio, “state-of-the-art” dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi, and their 24-7 Mayday video support chat.
At checkout, use the code “MAYDAY30″ to see the discount.
Android fanatics, is there anything in the world better than a Nexus tablet? The build quality, hackability, and level of manufacturer support all make the Nexus 7 one of the most sensible gadget purchases ever. Even the price point is competitive, given the high-end internals. That said, you can never go wrong with sales, and today’s deal from Woot! isn’t bad. (more…)
Usually priced at a steep $349.99, the Toq smartwatch from Qualcomm is quite the high-end device. With its Mirasol display, to its quirky wristband that you must cut in order to size to your wrist, the watch is being adopted at a steady pace it would seem for anyone willing to drop that kind of cash.
In a sweet move, Qualcomm is now offering the device through its website and Amazon for the price of just $299 as a CES promo. That’s a solid $50 off full retail. (more…)