HTC is feeling generous today so it's running a Hot Deals promotion on most of its flagship devices and all of its accessories. The discounts range anywhere from 25% on the HTC One M9 (on contract) to 50% on the Re Camera and any accessory you want on its US store. Let's break them down.
For Nexus lovers, the Nexus 9 tablet is being discounted 40% in both of its WiFi variants. The 16GB is down from $399 to $239.40, and the 32GB is down from $479 to $287.40. If you do the math, you can get the 32GB for more than $100 less than what you'd normally pay for the 16GB version. Read More
We really love a good deal here on Android Police, but what we love more is a good freebie. Granted, in this case, you have to buy something and part with your hard-earned cash to get your gift, but you're still eventually getting a gadget for the awesome price of zero bucks. And it's even better when both items are best sellers and really well rated on Amazon. If you're interested, here are the deets.
The speaker in question is Omaker's M4. It's IP54 rated to be shockproof, dustproof, and splashproof. It has Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC to easily connect any Android phone (or other device) and start music playback. Read More
Pocket knifes and USB chargers, those are two things I can never own enough of. I like to have both scattered around my house ready for use whenever the need arises. If you feel the same way about USB chargers, then take a look at this deal, I think I found another charger worth owning.
GeekBuying on Amazon has discounted the Tronsmart 42W three port USB charger to $13 today, down from $19. It's a pretty sweet little charger that would be great for traveling. Up front are two standard USB ports, and one that is a Qualcomm Certified Quick Charge 2.0 port. Read More
Dude, what is your problem. You have a sweet new phone with wireless charging capabilities and yet you still are wasting whole seconds every day manually plugging in your phone like a neanderthal. Why? Because, you complain, wireless charging plates are just too darn expensive.
Not today they aren't. Amazon has two sweet deals on a pair of different wireless charging plates. One of the two is sure to fit your needs and your budget.
First up we have the hockey puck shaped Anker PowerPort Qi Wireless Charger. It comes with a MicroUSB cable but you will need to provide your own power supply. Read More
If you need to charge a lot of gear simultaneously in your car, then boy, have I got a great deal for you. Right now you can pick up a monstrous Tronsmart 54W four port USB car charger for the sweet price of just $13 after a $7 off coupon code. That's like four bucks a port! What makes it even better is that one of the ports is a Qualcomm Certified Quick Charge 2.0 port that will rapidly charge most current gen Android handsets.
Included with the charger is one 3.3 foot 20AWG MicroUSB cable that ensures maximum charging speed from the QC 2.0 port. Read More
Earlier today I posted a deal for a 22W solar charger on sale for $60 after coupon. Well, based on the number of people who read and commented on that article your response seems to have been a collective yawn. Maybe you will find this deal to be slightly more compelling.
Amazon has another highly rated solar charger on sale, this time for an even better price of just $45 after coupon, which may just drop this gadget into impulse buy territory. The CHOE solar charger is rated at a slightly lower 19W as opposed to 22W, and puts out just 2A as opposed to 3A. Read More
Ah, the great outdoors. With summer in full swing here in America, many of you are probably taking part in one of our nation's great pastimes, camping. Some of you may be purists who believe that camping is a great opportunity to leave the hectic world behind, including your phone, tablet, and other gadgets. The other 99 percent of you have a hard time deciding whether to bring two more bags of beef jerky or an extra 10,000 mAh battery in your backpack.
For those of you who like your camping with a side of tech, we have a good deal for you today. Read More
It's summer time, which means that we're getting closer to the unveiling of Samsung's latest and greatest Note device(s) and thus the company is starting to think about lowering its current inventory to make space for the new models. That translates into major savings for customers who want a high-end smartphone that still holds its own against 2015's crop of flagships, or as Samsung likes to call this offer, Notable Savings.
Starting today 12:00 pm ET and until the 26th of July 2015 11:59 pm ET, if you purchase a Galaxy Note 4 at full price in the US from any participating retailer (that excludes Sprint and US Cellular), you can head to samsungpromotions.com/notablesavings to submit your information, device details, and proof of purchase to claim a $200 rebate. Read More
Aside from its Anker deal, Amazon has a bonus Gold Box deal today that may be of even more interest to you, fellow Android enthusiasts. The second generation Moto G is down $40 on the site, dropping to one of the lowest prices we have seen it at: $139.99. The cheapest it has been sold for was $149.99, and that was only for one day back in December.
The third generation Moto G may be around the corner, but this 2nd generation model is still one of the best low midrange Android devices, at a very affordable price. Read More
After somewhat missing the boat on mobile computing, Intel is slowly and steadily forging its way in the wearable market, trying to stay at the forefront of this new field. Over the past year or so, it has acquired Basis, formed a partnership with eyewear giant Luxxotica (Ray-Ban, Oakley, etc), announced a collaboration with Google and Tag Heuer for an Android Wear watch, and unveiled a button-sized chip for wearables named the Curie Module. It has now taken another step forward in its venture by acquiring Recon Instruments.
Recon is a Canadian company better known for its much-delayed but quite interesting Jet, a head-mounted unit that runs a heavily modded version of Android Jelly Bean and targets the sports and fitness crowd with preloaded apps and functionality. Read More