Android Police

Articles Tagged:

low price


[Deal Alert] 8-Port 84 Watt 16.8 Amp OctoFire USB Charger Drops To A Low Price Of $32 On Amazon

Can you have too many USB ports? That depends. Is eight too many? If your answer is a resounding no, then now is a good time to pick up a OctoFire USB charger on Amazon. The device that lets you and your buddies charge four short of a dozen gadgets has reached a new low of $32.

Screenshot 2015-06-02 at 12.03.52 PM

The hub plugs into the wall and provides 84 watts and 16.8 amps of juice.

Read More

[Deal Alert] SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drives For Smartphones And Tablets Drop To Their Lowest Amazon Prices Yet ($44.95 - $67.95)

Every smartphone out there might not be able to use a microSD card, but it can take advantage of a full-sized flash drive. Hey, hear me out here. I'm well aware that Android phones don't come with big USB ports, but SanDisk has produced a flash drive that your phone or tablet can access wirelessly. While they're not a perfect solution to the problem of limited storage, they're one of the best options out there.

Read More

Motorola Announces The Moto G: A Competitive Mid-Range Phone For $179 Off-Contract, Coming To The US In January

The words "no compromise" and "mid-range" would seem to be mutually exclusive, but Motorola would like you to think otherwise. The company announced the Moto G in a live event, promoting a cheaper and slightly lower-spec version of the flagship Moto X. This phone is Motorola's wide-ranging model, the first that's been introduced since the X, and it's intended to be cheap enough to be purchased without a contract.


We could tell you all the specs and technical details, but the most important factor in the Moto G is the price.

Read More