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.
Fossil is currently hosting a 25% off sale for all of their Android Wear watches, the Q Founder, Q Wander, and Q Marshal, all of which are scheduled to receive the update to Android Wear 2.0 in the near future. At 25% off, you are looking at smartwatches for as little as $123. That’s, um, pretty nuts.
The Q Founder 1.0 is actually on sale right now, but Fossil is including sale items in the 25% off discount, and that’s why you can get one for barely $120. If you want a newer watch, though, the Founder 2.0, Q Wander, and Q Marshal are all 25% off and as low as $206. If you ever wanted to get in on the smartwatch thing, discounts like these are the ones to jump on so that you aren’t too heavily invested if you decide this life ain’t for you. (more…)
Probably because Google just spent millions on a Super Bowl ad for Google Home and people could potentially be flooding their online shop (at Best Buy too) to purchase one, they are hosting a couple of discounts on Google Home and its related products. For one, you can snag a $15 discount on Home when you purchase it with a Chromecast product. Also, the Home bases that add some color to your home assistant are 50% off. Additionally, regular Chromecast and Chromecast Audio devices are $5 off almost everywhere.
To get the $15 off deal, you can combine your Google Home purchase with any of the Chromecast devices, including the Audio and Ultra. As for the bases, you’ll find them as cheap as $10, but the higher-end metal versions are now $20 instead of $40. And finally, the $5 off Chromecast deal is pretty straight forward. (more…)
Just a reminder that Google’s Daydream View is still discounted to $49 at the moment, a $30 discount. The deal on Google’s VR headset is good until late in February, but we thought we’d point out the fact that Best Buy has finally joined in on the fun. Originally, only Google and Verizon had dropped the price.
While only a few devices are Daydream-ready as of today, you should expect that most in 2017 will be. Taking advantages of deals like this ahead of time is never a bad idea. Then again, others likely have their own similar headsets on the way as well.
Before we head into the weekend, here are a handful of good deals on Aukey’s Quick Charge 3.0 products. We have discounts (thanks to coupon codes) that take some of these down to as little as just $6 or with $8 reductions.
Depending on your needs, you’ll find single or dual port chargers for both wall outlets and cars. In the dual port options, we’re talking about both ports being equipped with QC 3.0.
To get the exact specs, hit up those links below. All come with Prime shipping as well.