For the next six days through the DL Deals Store, you can pick up a massive 20,000mAh ZeroLemon SolarJuice battery pack for $50, perfect for charging all of your smartphones while you hang out on the beach, or in the backyard while getting down on some BBQ. (more…)
Whoa, talk about a semi-insane steal. An ebay daily deal just popped up for the Verizon Moto X (2nd gen) 16GB in bamboo at just $259. That would be the without-a-contract price. Oh, it ships for free too.
The device is “manufacturer refurbished,” so it’s not brand new. However, many would argue that when you give a manufacturer a chance to refurbish their own product, that they often times then have a chance to work out any kinks that you may find in a brand new one. Either way, $259 for the phone that took the crown for 2014 Android phone of the year? That’s almost impulse buy territory, right there.
You should read our Moto X (2nd gen) review if you haven’t already.
Over the on the DL Deal Store, you can grab a pair of VOXOA HD wireless stereo headphones for $70, down from their usual price of $150. Over on Amazon, they are rated a solid 4 stars, priced at $87, so you can at least rest assured these are a quality product. And no, they are not a $200+ Audio-Technica product, so audiophiles probably won’t need to pick these up. (more…)
From today through March 31, should you buy a Nexus 6, Nexus 9, or an Android Wear device through the new Google Store, Google will hand you $50 in Google Play credit to spend as you please. If you choose the Sony Smartwatch 3, you will save another $50, as the GPS-equipped watch’s price has been slashed from $249 to $199.
According to the terms, you will receive your Google Play credit once your device ships, but you must claim it by April 20, 2015. The credit is then good through September 1, 2015. (more…)
We know how tough it is to consider buying a phone right now with new flagships from HTC and Samsung arriving in days, but Motorola continues to toss out decent deals that should at least make you look. Through March 24, if you buy a Moto X (2nd gen) through Moto Maker, Motorola will toss in a Moto E (2nd gen) 3G for free ($119 value). While that deal would have been even sweeter if the free Moto E was the LTE model, a free phone is still a free phone.
It appears as if the deal is good whether you go for an unlocked version or an on-contract Moto X.
I can think of a number of situations where I may want some music to be playing but wouldn’t need (or want) the best sounding, most expensive Bluetooth speaker on the market. There are those times – like say, at the beach or a friend’s BBQ or while camping or when in the shower – where you would be better off using an incredibly durable Bluetooth speaker that is waterproof, sounds good enough, yet doesn’t break the bank. For those times, you may want to consider something like the Jive Jumbo waterproof Bluetooth speaker, which is available for a limited time in the DL deals shop for just $22.95.
This is one of those speakers that suctions to a variety of surfaces, carries an IPX7 waterproof rating, and works with pretty much any device equipped with Bluetooth. You could drop this thing in a pool, rinse it off in a sink, probably let your dog chew on it for a minute, and then toss it in the bottom of the bag for use at the next summer gathering that involves too much booze. This isn’t the best speaker on Earth, but it is an affordable option that could come in handy in a pinch.
Samsung may have flipped the bird to microSD cards, but that doesn’t mean most of the rest of the industry is fully in support of them. HTC is. LG is too. Sony loves SD cards. So that, my friends, means you should still be interested in deals like today’s over at Amazon. SanDisk flash storage – including microSD cards – has been slashed by up to 40%.
You can grab a UHS-1 Class 10 32GB microSD card for as little as $12.99. Maybe you need more storage? Jump to 64GB for just $24.99. Even SanDisk’s Extreme PRO cards with speeds up to 95MB/s have been discounted by 20%.
And if you simply do not need another microSD card in your collection, you can also buy regular SD cards or thumb drives on the cheap.