When it comes to the best reviewed and often most popular Bluetooth speakers on the planet, Ultimate Ears (UE) and its line of Boom and Megaboom speakers typically tops most lists. The combination of great sound, design, and value makes these speakers tough to beat. So when we see deals on them, well, we point them out immediately.
A current deal running over at eBay can land you a manufacturer refurbished Nexus 6 for a ridiculously low price of $180. Sure, this is the 2014 Nexus, which is a figurative whale, but it’s still one of the best performing devices you will ever use. And, it’s getting all the Android N love at the moment.
Whether you need a device to pass the time because you lost or broke your other, or you just love the Nexus 6 and all of its size, jump on this. The deal currently includes the blue version, as the white is sold out. Free shipping is available as well.
eBay continues to be the best place to buy the Samsung Galaxy S7 if you have been on the hunt for one that will work with AT&T and T-Mobile. At just $529, the unlocked dual-SIM model (SM-G930FD) is today’s steal, since you are looking at a $151 discount over the T-Mobile S7 and $166 discount over the AT&T version.
In case you were wondering, I’ve been using a similar model (SM-G930F) on both AT&T and T-Mobile for a couple of months now and have had no issues, other than the fact that these international models don’t necessarily have access to Samsung Pay out of the box. There have been some strides made toward getting it to work by flashing specific software, but it’s not exactly the most beginner-friendly process.
Still, at $529, this is a heck of a deal on a phone that is probably the best available Android device.
To end last week, the Nexus 6P saw a flurry of discounts from a variety of retailers by as much as $80. If you want a Nexus 6P, hopefully you took advantage. If you missed out on any of those deals, we have a new Nexus-related discount for you today that might be even harder to pass on. The Nexus 5X with 32GB can be had for $274.99, a discount of $125.
The phone is in new condition as model H790, which is the US variant, so you should have no issues taking this to your carrier of choice, including Verizon. Currently, the eBay seller has black or white versions and is offering free shipping.
The newest version of the Nest Thermostat (that would be the 3rd gen model) has dropped to just $199.99 today at eBay in a daily deal, a $50 discount. Not only is that a hell of a deal on a smart home product that I personally cannot live without, but it’s worth noting that Nest products are almost never discounted. To see the newest Nest at $50 off is worth running to.
As a recap, the Nest Thermostat wants to automate your home and its temperature. It can be controlled via app, but it also learns your patterns and activities to know when to adjust for the perfect cooling or heating. It works with IFTTT, Amazon Echo, and only gets smarter and more useful by the week. Nest even tries to save you money each month on your power bill, though I can’t say that over the years I have noticed a major impact. I’ll let others who own one weigh in on that front.
Again, $50 is a discount we rarely see, so if a smart home thermostat is something you have been considering, now is the time to jump on it.
In September of 2015, eBay launched a redesigned app for Android, and for the most part, it seems to be fairing pretty well with Android users. However, more can always be done, so eBay is releasing yet another big update for Android, as well as iOS, bringing more of a native feel for the application. According to eBay, the update is soaked in Material Design, offering changes to navigation, utility, and design. (more…)
So, earlier today, we shared a deal on an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 that was available over on eBay for just $559. That’s still a hell of a deal, but now we have a Galaxy S7 Edge, a phone that is arguably superior and a fan favorite around these parts, in the same unlocked capacity, for just $628.99.
Come on, that’s just not fair. This phone is well over $700 at US carriers and is inching close to $800 at some. (more…)
During launch week, you could buy an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7 for $599, a hell of a deal at the time. Here we are a month later and that same phone can now be had for $559. At most US carriers, you are looking at close to $700 for this phone, so you can see right there that this phone is being sold at a substantial discount.
This is the model (SM-G930F) that I own and use on a daily basis. It’s an international unit that runs an Exynos octa-core, which most across the internet would agree crushes the Snapdragon 820 variant, both in terms of performance and battery life. It’s the version that we wish Samsung would have released in the US. Other than the processor switch, this is the same great Galaxy S7 that you know. (more…)