A brand new 2013 Nexus 7 will set you back $229 to $269, depending on how much memory is crammed inside. This isn't a bad price considering the quality and capability of the hardware, but who doesn't love for cheap things to be even cheaper? So here's a deal that does just that. You can currently pick up a refurbished 16GB Nexus 7 on eBay for just $149. Yeah, it's not new, but it's not full price either.
The original Galaxy Gear was a tough sell at $299. Heck, even at the $199 price you can find it for these days, it's still a tough sell. Let's be honest, even paying that much for any of the quarter-dozen Gears Samsung replaced the gadget with takes some convincing. But $99? That's a number I can get behind, and it's one I'm sure some of you can as well. Today eBay Daily Deals has the Galaxy Gear, refurbished, available in three colors for precisely that amount.
If you were to head to the Play Store right now and pick up a 16GB Nexus 7, you'd shell out $230. While it's worth every penny of that asking price, you could save yourself nearly $100 by instead opting to grab a refurbished model from eBay. With recertified devices currently selling for $140 on the 'bay, there really isn't much of a reason not to own one at this point.
The Nexus 7 is an inexpensive tablet already, but you can sometimes catch it on sale for a relative pittance. A refurbished 32GB N7 is currently waiting for you on eBay Daily Deals for $169.99. That's close to the price we recently spotted for the 16GB.
If you've been waiting for a good opportunity to join the Nexus 7 party, now is as good a time as you're likely to find in the near future. If you head over to eBay Daily Deals, you can pick up a factory-refurbished WiFI-only Nexus 7 for just $149.99. This is the 2nd generation (2013) model and comes with a 90-day manufacturer warranty.
This price tag gives you roughly 35% off of the regular $229.99 MSRP for a brand new model.
Google won a lot of minds when it unveiled Android Wear, and Motorola made off with a ton of hearts when it followed up with the Moto 360. The thing is, not everyone wants a device that's so integrated with their Google accounts, and this leaves room for earlier smartwatch manufacturers to wiggle. The Sony SmartWatch brand has been around long enough to draw quite a few apps into its ecosystem, making it worth a look for some.
The Galaxy S5 is set to launch on April 11th, but eBay's ready to throw a bone out to the more impatient among us. As a part of today's Daily Deals, the site is offering an unlocked Galaxy S5 for $699.99. That's nothing to sneeze at by any means, but it's more affordable than the same phone at Negri Electronics, where it's going for $720.50, or Newegg, where it's listed at a whopping $799.99.
If you're looking for a Nexus 10 on the cheap, your day has arrived. Mosey on over to eBay Daily Deals, and you can pick up a new, factory-fresh 32 GB model for a lowly $299.99.
In case you're counting, this is $200, or roughly 40%, off of the $499.99 MSRP. This would be a good deal for a refurb, so it's even better that these are new and factory sealed.