For anyone looking to scoop up a tablet, Best Buy is now listing all Black variants of the Nexus 9 as “clearance items,” marking them down from $40 to $48. For your standard 16GB model in Black, the price is set at $360, down from its usual price of $400. For 32GB in Black, your price is $432, down from the MSRP of $480. (more…)
A few weeks ago, Motorola and its retail partners dropped the Moto 360 to its lowest price yet at $149 for leather band models and $199 for metal band models. Today, Best Buy took it a step further and dropped metal band versions to $149 as well. That’s a pretty substantial discount, especially when you consider the fact that Motorola is still charging $199 for metal variants.
But if you want a great deal on what is still the best looking Android Wear watch on the market, now would be the time.
Samsung is done with its Unpacked event, where it just unveiled the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+. Now, after months of leaks leading up to this moment, it’s time to talk about where and when you can buy either phone.
According to Samsung (and now all of the carriers individually), both phones will be available on August 21 (next Friday) with pre-orders opening at many locations today, August 13.
Below, we have (and will continue update) info from each carrier below, including pricing and when exactly you can walk in and get your hands on each. (more…)
Amazon’s Fire TV Stick is today’s deal of the day through Best Buy with a $15 discount that drops the price to $25. If you wanted to get into the dongle-to-streaming game and have yet to buy a Chromecast, this deal gets you there even if it is through Amazon’s option.
With the Fire TV Stick, you plug the HDMI-ready dongle into a port on your TV or display, connect to WiFi, then stream music, movies, and all sorts of other content through partners like Netflix, Hulu, HBO GO, Pandora, and ESPN. You can even game on the Fire TV Stick.
Amazon says the Fire TV Stick comes with 4x the storage and 2x the memory of Chromecast, so if you are a Chromecast owner, this might even be a nice little upgrade.
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…)
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…)