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15 Apr

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$40 OFF THE LOWEPRO COMPUDAY PHOTO BACKPACK (from DigitalTrends)

April 15, 2014 | By |

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As most tech-savvy users will tell you, properly transporting big tech items is as often just as important as the items themselves. DSLR cameras are expensive, as are laptops and smartphones, and it’s admittedly difficult to imagine carrying a slew of devices at one time without a little help. That said, Colorado-based offers a viable solution with its Lowepro CompuDay Photo 250 Backpack. The lightweight container is specifically designed to cradle a 15.6-inch laptop, as well as a compact DSLR and kit lens. The company knows a thing or two about photography, and thus included a fast-access side pocket for quickly nabbing your device during those time-sensitive moments while milling around town. The camera chamber is also adjustable, ensuring everything fits snugly without jostling around as you travel. Read More

10 Apr

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A Hard Drive For Any Occasion, New Android Phones, Klipsch Earbuds (from LifeHacker)

April 10, 2014 | By |

A Hard Drive For Any Occasion, New Android Phones, Klipsch Earbuds

InternalExternalSSD? We’ve got your hard drive needs covered today.

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05 Apr

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App Weekender: 30 new apps for Android you should try this weekend (Week 14) (from AndroidTapp)

April 5, 2014 | By |

App Weekender: 30 new apps for Android you should try this weekend (Week 14)

Grab your phone and tablet to download all these brand new apps for Android in this edition of the ! We’ve got an app locker to keep nosy folks out, an update to the awesome Persist + Volume Control app, a potty mouth weather widget, an addictive math game and another Flappy Bird clone with a negative gravity twist. These are some of the gems that came through our queue this week so we haven’t reviewed them yet but they look enticing enough to download… let us know what you think of the new apps in the comments. There’s easy one click links below to download in Google Play. Enjoy! ;)

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20 Feb

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Engadget’s tablet buyer’s guide: winter 2014 edition (from Engadget)

February 20, 2014 | By |

The tablet landscape is changing rapidly. It’s now relatively trivial to find a cheap, full-featured Windows slate, and we’ve seen a number of smaller models that still manage to pack plenty of power. In light of those shifts, our tablet buyer’s guide looks very different this winter. Dell and Nokia are on the list for the first time, and Windows tablets sit shoulder-to-shoulder with their mobile OS rivals.

Full Article: Engadget

18 Feb

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Samsung 840 EVO, Slingbox with a side of Roku, 60″ Vizio [Deals] (from LifeHacker)

February 18, 2014 | By |

Samsung 840 EVO, Slingbox with a side of Roku, 60" Vizio [Deals]

An SSD is one of the best upgrades you can give your computer, and the Samsung 840 EVO is one of the best SSDs on the market. A common strategy is to use a small SSD to boot your OS and a few apps, while relying on a standard hard drive for the rest of your files. This is a good first step, but if you’re ready to experience the performance gains of an SSD-only rig, we have a couple of deals on high capacity models today.

Full Article: LifeHacker

10 Feb

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Sunday Deals On The iPad Mini Retina, Kindle Paperwhite, 2DS, And More (from Gizmodo)

February 10, 2014 | By |

Sunday Deals On The iPad Mini Retina, Kindle Paperwhite, 2DS, And More

Today in the rarely discounted/most desired items we cover category, we’ve got great deals on both the iPad Mini Retina and the Kindle PaperwhiteBest Buy is the proprietor of both discounts, knocking $50 off all iPad Mini with Retina Display models, and 20 bucks off thePaperwhite.

These are the Commerce Team’s choices for best tablet and best e-reader, so if you’re looking for either, don’t hesitate.

iPad Mini Retina | Starting at $350

Kindle Paperwhite | $99

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This post is brought to you by the Commerce Team, a dedicated group of deal hunters and product enthusiasts. We operate independently of Editorial to bring you the best bargains every day, share our favorite products with you, and ask you about yours. When you buy something we recommend, we may also get a small share of the sale. We welcome your questions and want your feedback.

read more: http://gizmodo.com/sunday-deals-on-the-ipad-mini-retina-kindle-paperwhite-1519344149

06 Feb

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Limited time offer: original Nexus 7 40% off at Groupon (from AndroidAuthority)

February 6, 2014 | By |

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If you are in the market for an excellent 7-inch Android tablet, GroupOn has a limited time offer to get the original 32GB Nexus 7 for at least 40% off. The WiFi only version can be had for $149.99, while the unlocked, AT&T or T-Mobile compatible HSPA+ 3G model runs a mere $189.99.

Google launched the Nexus 7 in 2012 to great success. In fact, it was so popular that they could not keep it in stock for several months. It originally launched in WiFi-only 8GB and 16GB versions, later eliminating the 8GB and adding a 32GB model. Only the 32GB model was used for the 3G connected version that was later released.

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The Nexus 7 was not just Google’s flagship device, it was the tablet that all tablets wished they could be. Built by Asus, the power and functionality of the Nexus 7 for the price range set a trend for affordable tablets. Thanks to it being powered by a Tegra 3 processor, Nvidia was able to use the tablet’s success to gain mass appeal for their TegraZonegaming and news application and website.

Obviously, you’ll want to look at the 2013 Nexus 7 if you desire the latest and greatest in hardware, but I would absolutely recommend the 2012 Nexus 7 to anyone. I say this with my own 2012 Nexus 7 at my side.

Check the Nexus 7 deal at GroupOn now, before the sale ends, or their limited quantities run out. Do your homework though; this is a great deal, but I suspect you’ll find similar pricing if you shop around.

Will you be grabbing one of these – will it be your first tablet purchase? Is it for you, or a gift for a loved one?

 

read more: http://www.androidauthority.com/nexus-7-sales-groupon-343044/

05 Feb

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Gaming deals of the week: 2.5.14 (from Engadget)

February 5, 2014 | By |

For those folks out to nab up a bit of fun this week, we’ve compiled a few gaming deals that will certainly lend a hand. From the latest Call of Duty installment to a 17-inch gaming laptop, we’ve got a variety of picks to suit a range of gamer sensibilities. Browse the options we’ve selected just past the break.

Just window shopping? No worries. Join us and add the gadgets you’re shopping for to your Want list; every time there’s a price cut in the future, you’ll get an email alert!

ALIENWARE 17

Price: $1,600
Regular Price: $1,800
Engadget Score: 87
Buy: Amazon

We gave the Alienware 17 high marks for its gaming performance, solid keyboard/trackpad and build quality. What didn’t we like? Well, we found this 17-incher to only last about three hours into a Battlefield 4 marathon before needing a charge. See for yourself how this beast matches up with the best gaming laptops available with our compare tool.

NINTENDO 3DS XL

Price: $170
Regular Price: $200
Engadget Global Score: 82
Buy: Amazon

Nintendo outed the larger version of its 3DS handheld back in 2012, and now it’s now available at $30 less than original sticker price — if you don’t mind the red/black color scheme. The larger screen is the key feature here, but the in-hand feel and improved battery life (under certain conditions) are also welcome improvements. According to our price drop tool, the $170 price tag is on par with the 90-day low for the most part. Want to hold out for a bit? You can keep an eye on the 3DS XL to save a few more bucks by adding it to your Want list.

CALL OF DUTY: GHOSTS

Price: $39-$40
Regular Price: $50
Buy: Xbox 360PS3Wii U and PC

Released back in November ahead of the new console launches, the latest installment of the CoD franchise dropped $11 on Xbox 360 and PS3 — one dollar less than the PC and Wii U options. Our pals over at Joystiq gave the title 3.5 out of 5 stars (PS4 version).

ION ICADE CORE

Price: $13
Regular Price: $100
Engadget Global Score: 84
Buy: Provantage

How about an arcade-like feel for your iOS gaming exploits? Ion’s iCade Core can do just that. The device doesn’t have the retro stylings of the first-gen iCade, but we were quite pleased to find that it worked as advertised. Of course, a modest $13 investment is a minimal risk to give the device a shot. This price is consistent with the lowest we’ve seen in the last three months, thanks to our trusty price drop tool.

 

 

read more: http://www.engadget.com/2014/02/05/gaming-deals-of-the-week-2-5-14/

05 Feb

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A Huge External Charger, Kindle Fire Deals, SSDs of All Sizes [Deals] (from LifeHacker)

February 5, 2014 | By |

A Huge External Charger, Kindle Fire Deals, SSDs of All Sizes [Deals]

A small external charger is great for carrying around town, but it’s not a bad idea to keep a huge power pack in your house or car to deal with power outages or camping trips. The peace of mind you get from being able to run your phone for days on end without electricity is well worth $40. P

Anker Astro 15,000 mAh Dual USB Portable Charger | $40 with Promo CodeFM5FE4TPP


A Huge External Charger, Kindle Fire Deals, SSDs of All Sizes [Deals]

From a tiny boot drive to a half terabyte HDD replacement, there are a ton of great SSD deals today. P


A Huge External Charger, Kindle Fire Deals, SSDs of All Sizes [Deals]

Amazon is celebrating their hometown Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory with $30-$40 off Kindle Fire HD and HDX tablets. They might not be the best tablets in the game, but they’re close. P


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Pick up a SONOS Play:3 or Play:5 speaker today and Amazon will sweeten the deal with a $50 gift card you can put toward anything sold by Amazon, including other components for your new SONOS system. [Amazon]P

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Whatever you think about thesituationsurrounding Sodastream, carbonating your own beverages is awesome, saves you money, and the result is generally healthier than name brand soda. Today you can pick up theHamilton Beach Fizzini for just $19, which is cheap enough to impulse purchase just for curiosity’s sake. The Fizzini is definitely more compact and portable than the Sodastream, and includes a starter pack of 10 CO2 cartridges. [Amazon]P

If you do want a Sodastream, we’ve got a great deal on that as well. $55 for the Genesis Starter Kit using code 1ST10K and this rebate.P

You may also want to check out the Mastrad Purefizz, which The Sweethome recently chose as their favorite carbonator.P


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read more: http://lifehacker.com/a-huge-external-charger-kindle-fire-deals-ssds-of-all-1515730717?rev=1391540024

03 Feb

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Build Your Own PC on the Cheap with Amazon’s Deal of the Day (from LiveHacker)

February 3, 2014 | By |

Build Your Own PC on the Cheap with Amazon's Deal of the Day

There are few tech rites of passage more rewarding than building your own PC, but if cost is your main concern, you can pick up some great discounts on various components today from Amazon’s Gold Box. Below, you’ll find the complete list of discounted processors, motherboards, graphics cards, cases, RAM, input devices, and more that you’ll need to design the rig of your dreams. Happy building! [Amazon]P

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This post is brought to you by the Commerce Team, a dedicated group of deal hunters and product enthusiasts. We operate independently of Editorial to bring you the best bargains every day, share our favorite products with you, and ask you about yours. When you buy something we recommend, we may also get a small share of the sale. We welcome your questions and want your feedback.

read more: http://lifehacker.com/build-your-own-pc-on-the-cheap-with-amazons-deal-of-th-1513424049