If you had your sights set on the Pebble Time as your first/next smartwatch but missed out on the Kickstarter campaign, you can now head over to your local Best Buy or hit up Best Buy’s website and buy one. Priced at $199, you get a smartwatch with industry leading battery life, a color e-paper display, compatibility with Android and iOS (limited), and a unique user interface that differs from Android Wear and Apple Watch.
Best Buy has red, white, and black models available online, but you may want to check with your local store for specific color availability. (more…)
ASUS‘ shiny new ZenPad S 8.0 is available on Best Buy’s website this week, featuring a lovely price tag of just $199. With its 8″ QXGA display (1536 x 2048), this tablet is powered by an Intel Z3530 quad-core 64-bit processor and 2GB of RAM, with Android 5.0 “Lollipop” running on top. (more…)
Over the next 15 hours, or until supplies run out, you can pick up a 18mm Moto 360 in Champagne Gold for just $199 on the Best Buy website. Do note, with its 18mm bands, this watch is designed for those among us with petite wrists. If you need something bigger, look for a smartwatch with 22-24mm bands. (more…)
Pebble Time, the new
kids toy smartwatch from Kickstarter darling Pebble, is now available for pre-order from Best Buy. With Kickstarter orders almost all fulfilled, it’s time for everyone else to get in on the fun that is this new colorful e-paper experience. At $199, the Pebble Time in red, white, or black can be yours.
According to Best Buy, shipping should happen on or around July 20, in case you were wondering when your pre-order might arrive on your doorstep. (more…)
Not that you doubted our exclusive report on the Nest Cam, but it’s all now confirmed prior to today’s Nest event, thanks to Best Buy.The Nest Cam will go up for pre-order today at $199 at places like BBY. We would assume that Amazon, Google Store, and Nest’s own store will sell them as well. (more…)
For a limited time, 3 days to be exact, Best Buy is hosting a Gifts for Grads sale through its website. During this promotion period, customers can grab a brand new Moto X (2nd Gen) 16GB off-contract for just $299 on either AT&T or Verizon.
For folks who would buy this device directly from the carrier, that’s about $150 in savings. (more…)
Yesterday, Google surprisingly dropped the price of their flagship Nexus 6 by $150 on the Google Store. We assumed that the deal was a temporary, short-team thing that was exclusive to the Google Store. While the price slashing may be temporary, the deal is not exclusive to Google and has already been matched at other places you should be quite familiar with – Amazon and Best Buy.
If buying the Nexus 6 from the Google Store didn’t seem all that appealing or you have Amazon or Best Buy gift cards to blow through, now is your chance. The Nexus 6 can be had for as little as $499 (32GB) at either spot. The 64GB model has also been discounted by $150 as well, dropping it to $549.
Free shipping is included at all three places, but Amazon does have Prime shipping for those who are members.
Amazon Link | Best Buy Link (more…)
A new Moto 360 is more than likely right around the corner. Still, if you want the original, which is for the most part the best Android Wear device you can current buy, there are deals to be had. For example, this weekend, Best Buy has slashed $100 off the price of the watch, dropping it to as low as $150. That’s for the leather version, of course, but the metal band versions are $100 off as well with a current price of $199.
Again, it’s closing in on its year anniversary and should be replaced by a new model fairly soon, but as you can tell from the 4.5 star average review at Best Buy, this is a solid little product. After a shaky launch start, Android Wear has turned the Moto 360 into a fine little accessory that is a steal at $150.
Best Buy Link (more…)