Would you pull the trigger on your first Android Wear smartwatch if it was the Moto 360 and you only had to pay $150? That’s the scenario in front of you today, thanks to a deal from Woot. The Moto 360, which is probably still the best looking smartwatch to date (and just received Android 5.1), can be had for $150 with a leather band or $180 with a metal band.
At retail, the Moto 360 with a leather band normally runs $250; with a metal band, you are looking at $300. Not a bad deal.
The deal includes a 1-year warranty from Motorola.
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A deal is currently taking place over on Woot!, one which will have you scoring a Nexus 7 (2013) 16GB WiFi-only tablet for just $129.99. In comparison to the price this device had at first, which was $229, you are saving yourself $100. Not a bad little deal at all. (more…)
It seems that the second generation Nexus 7 has been on sale a lot lately, but we are not complaining. Woot! is the latest to discount the 7-inch tablet, offering factory reconditioned (e.g., refurbished) units for a mere $139.99. (more…)
Has the rumored HTC-made Nexus 8 got you thinking about an 8-inch Android tablet? If you just can’t wait to experience one for yourself, now is the chance to pick up a “factory reconditioned” (i.e., refurbished) 8.3″ LG G Pad 8.3 for $199 on Woot. That’s $100 cheaper than retail, and $50 less than Newegg had it in February, so it is a great deal. (more…)
The Samsung Galaxy Gear is a flawed product. Its limited compatibility, average battery life, and odd styling made its debut price of $349.99 very hard to justify. Now that Woot! has the Gear for 46 percent off at $159.99, though, I’d argue it’s a little more compelling. (more…)
There is nothing like a good online deal, and good deals become great deals when they feature awesome devices. Daily deal website Woot! has the 2013 Nexus 7 16GB on sale today while their supplies last. For $169.99, you can grab yourself one of the best Android tablets on the market right now. (more…)
We wouldn’t normally point out a year-and-a-half old tablet as a potentially good buy, but when it shows up on Woot! in “new” condition for $149, it may actually be worth a look. Such is the case with the Nexus 7 (2012), that is today’s daily deal on the bargain bin site. The tablet launched in the summer of 2012, seemed to take the Android tablet game by storm with its insanely low price and decent set of specs, and was the first in a line of tablets that most Android enthusiasts consider a “must have” each year. (more…)
Android fanatics, is there anything in the world better than a Nexus tablet? The build quality, hackability, and level of manufacturer support all make the Nexus 7 one of the most sensible gadget purchases ever. Even the price point is competitive, given the high-end internals. That said, you can never go wrong with sales, and today’s deal from Woot! isn’t bad. (more…)