Available directly from the DL Deals Store, you can grab a 4-year subscription to ibVPN, a service that allows you to connect to one of 75+ VPN servers in 39 countries, making your browsing and streaming secure. Usually priced at nearly $400, you can get your subscription for just $59. (more…)
Earlier today, we told you about the Aukey 10,000mAh Quick Charge 2.0 battery pack that we recently picked up. It’s awesome, in case you were wondering. It charges devices super fast (up to 60% in 30 minutes). It looks pretty. And it’s reasonably priced at just $30 on Amazon.
We also told you that we may or may not have an extra one lying around the office for you to win. Of course, that is almost always code for, “We are about to give this away to one of you for free.” Sure enough, here we are, giving one away!
Who wants it? (more…)
Back in March, Google unveiled the all-new Chromebook Pixel. In terms of Chromebooks, the thing is a true beauty, featuring a 12.85″ touchscreen display, Intel-made processor, back-lit-keyboard, and dual USB Type-C ports. Starting today, in the DL Deals Store, we are offering you the chance to win one for yourself, absolutely free of charge. (more…)
Yesterday, it was announced that the entire Star Wars series was set to release on Google Play this upcoming Friday, and the Internet exploded. For the first time ever, fans can own digital HD versions of their favorite movies, straight from an online source.
As a bonus, it is stated by Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy that they “created some very special bonus material which delves into the saga’s rich history, including new and never-before-released conversations between legendary Star Wars artists.”
The entire digital collection is priced at $89.99 on Google Play, but with the giveaway below, we are offering you the chance to win all of the movies for free. If you need these movies in your life, let’s get to it.
Oh, and of course, may the Force be with you. (more…)
The deal of the day goes out to the new listing over at eBay which has the Sony Smartwatch 3 at just $169.99. That’s an $80 discount over the Android Wear-powered device’s usual price, plus free shipping is included.
The Sony Smartwatch 3 sports a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.6-inch LCD display (320×320), 420mAh battery, is IP68 water and dust resistant, and GPS. Thanks to that GPS, the Smartwatch 3 is still one of the only Android Wear devices that can be taken offline (disconnected from your phone) and still track usage. For workout fanatics who need to track long runs but may not want carry along a phone, this is probably the best option.
The deal is in limited quantities, so don’t let it sit for long.
Phone batteries die. It sucks, but happens all of the time. To help combat this issue, battery packs are available for those who don’t mind toting around portable battery juice for whenever it may be needed. The latest deal in the DL Deals Store can nab you a 22,400mAh battery pack, capable of charging three devices, all for just $40. With free shipping, too. (more…)
Best Buy just kicked off a 2-day sale that includes a couple of note-worthy discounts. First, we have Google’s Nexus 9 with 16GB of storage for just $325 – that’s a $75 discount on a tablet that ranks in the top two for Android at the moment (our review). If tablets aren’t your thing, then maybe a $5 discount on the Chromecast will do. Or a DROID Turbo for $50?
You can see the full list of deals here, or we have individual links to each below.
The latest deal on the DL Deals Store is for an “ultra-precise” Hand Stylus, lowered from $25, down 40% to $14.95. With this stylus, writing notes, playing certain games, and drawing on your Android device should be made much more simple with its retractable and easily replaceable rubber tip. (more…)