For a limited time only, Amazon is hosting a sale on a few of its Kindle tablets, but one in particular caught our attention more so than the others. Priced at just $299, you can grab a Fire HDX 8.9 tablet, which is usually listed at $479.99.
This tablet is one of the best hardware options that Amazon offers, featuring an 8.9″ HDX display (2560×1600), quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, 8MP rear-facing camera, and a gang of Amazon features such as the Mayday Button. (more…)
If you buy an AT&T LG G3 between now and February 14 from Amazon, you will earn yourself a $100 Amazon gift card for your troubles. Well, “troubles” probably isn’t a great way of putting that since the G3 is one of our favorite phones of 2014. In our tag-teamed review, Tim and I gushed about its camera, design, and feature add-ons. Before the 2nd half flagships were released in 2014, this was the phone to have.
So the deal works like this. You buy the LG G3 on AT&T – it costs $0 with AT&T Next, $0.01 with a contract, or $478 at full retail (solid deal there). Make sure that it is “Shipped and Sold by Amazon.com” or “Sold by AT&T Mobility and Fulfilled by Amazon.com.” In other words, don’t try to sneak in an even better deal by buying it through a reseller because you won’t quality for the $100 gift card. If you can satisfy that term, then you will land yourself a great phone with an added $100 bonus to spend after the fact.
Need some new flash storage in your life? Maybe a micro SD card to hold your growing movie and music collections? Amazon has you covered today, with a 60% off sale on many of Sony’s flash storage products.
A 16GB micro SD card can be had for $7.99. That’s kind of nuts to think about. If you need more, a 32GB card runs just $11.99; 64GB for $25.99.
And if micro SD is not what you need, maybe a full sized memory card for your camera or a USB drive will do the trick. Yep, those are on sale too.
This may not last more than another minute, but if you want a Galaxy Note 4, you should head over to Amazon which has a lightning deal currently running that slashes the price to $620, off-contract, unlocked, for AT&T.
The black version was available for all of 5 minutes before selling out. The white is still available for now.
If that link isn’t working, go to the Amazon Deals page, scroll over in the lightning section until you see the Note 4. (more…)
Update: The deal is done.
To celebrate Amazon’s two wins at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards for its original series, Transparent, the online retailer has dropped Amazon Prime memberships down to $72 for 24 hours only. The deal went live at 12:01AM ET and is good through 11:59PM Pacific, tonight.
Amazon Prime memberships typically run $99 per year, so if for some reason you don’t already have a membership, now would be the time. Wait, you all do have Amazon Prime memberships, right? Don’t answer that if you don’t, just go sign-up.
For those new to Amazon Prime, your benefits as a member include free 2-day shipping, unlimited ad-free access to over a million songs, instant streaming of popular movies and TV shows, free unlimited cloud photo storage, and a bunch of free books. It’s awesome, even if you just use it for the free 2-day shipping.
For a limited time, Amazon is offering the Nexus 9, in both 16GB and 32GB storage options, for $50 off of their suggested retail price. To do the math for you, that brings the prices down to just $349 for the 16GB and $429 for the 32GB. (more…)
The original LG G Flex was an attempt by LG to showcase its Plastic-OLED technology in a curved form factor. The device was huge with a low-res display, but it also carried a huge price tag ($299 on contract) that deterred many from considering it. In fact, we hammered on the price as a major downside in our review. With the newly announced G Flex 2 (our first look and hands-on), LG may have not only fixed the low-res display problem by switching to 1080p, but they may be introducing the phone at a much more reasonable price this time around. (more…)
Amazon is at it again, cutting the price of the Fire Phone a bit deeper to $189 off-contract. As a friendly reminder, Amazon launched the Fire Phone last June at $649.99 off contract. Just a few short months later, here we are, with Amazon desperately trying to clear their shelves of the hardware. (more…)