Samsung's Galaxy Tab Pro series was massively overpriced when it was introduced, but like most Samsung devices, it gets some pretty good discounts at retail. Best Buy is offering the 8.4 inch Wi-Fi tablet at $249.99, which is a solid $80 off of the current retail price and $150 off of the launch price from seven months ago. It's available in both black and white, and this is a new device, not refurbished.
Strangely, Best Buy is also offering the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 via its official eBay account, in both colors and with the same in-store pickup options. Read More
Are you looking for a powerful little tablet for yourself, or perhaps a Christmas present? Then you might want to mosey on over to Newegg, where EVGA's model of the NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 reference hardware is currently on sale. You can pick one up for just $129.99, an impressive $70 off of the retail price. Newegg is also offering free economy shipping via its "super Eggsaver" option. Sorry, international readers: though Newegg has stores in a handful of other countries, it looks like this deal is limited to the US.
The Tegra Note family of 7-inch tablets use the Tegra 4 processor, which is still a beast of a system (especially for gaming) more than a year after it debuted on the original SHIELD. Read More
Camping season is pretty much over for most of us, but that doesn't mean we've stopped leaving the comfort of our homes to venture into the great unknown. One thing we've got to be sure of is that our bevy of gadgets can survive between sessions with their charging cables. If you'd like to keep your phone, tablet, and assorted wearables alive and kicking, Amazon is offering a pretty sweet deal on the Anker Astro E5 15000mAh Dual USB Portable Charger. With coupon code AASTROE5, you can pick up this portable powerhouse for just $32.99 (plus tax and shipping).
Weighing in at 15,000 mAh, this battery should be enough to recharge most tablets at least twice, and several times for any phone. Read More
eBay just loves discounting that 2013 Nexus 7, or at least a lot of the merchants that use eBay do. Google's perennial 7-inch tablet is back on the Daily Deal list, this time in a 32GB Wi-Fi flavor. The tablet is going for $159.99, a full $110 off of the retail price in the Play Store, so long as you're OK with a refurbished unit. According to the listing, this particular model is an Asus Authorized Refurbished product with a 90 day warranty from the manufacturer.
International readers, at least some of you can take advantage of this deal. There's a huge list of excluded countries, mostly in Africa and Southeast Asia, though Mexico is also a no-fly zone. Read More
Update: Sometimes these deals end as soon as we can get a post up. The refurbished Chromecasts are now showing up as out of stock.
I know the Chromecast isn't exactly what we would call an expensive gadget, but I like to save money wherever I can, and since you clicked on this headline, I can see that you like to too. So here's what you came here to know. Groupon is currently offering refurbished Chromecasts for just $25 to anyone living in the continental US. That's $10 bucks off the usual price.
But I hear what you're saying. You didn't come here to save $10. Read More
If there's one thing that Amazon has earned a positive reputation for among Android users, it has got to be the sheer number of paid apps that have been freely passed out as part of the company's numerous promotions. For today only, we've got another great giveaway to add to the online retailer's extensive history. There are 27 paid apps available at no cost
to users in the US, and there's no reason you shouldn't have already started claiming them! By my calculation, the total retail price of these apps comes out to a whopping $173.20.
Note: This appears to be available in multiple countries (at least the US and Portugal -- thanks jm). The same deal was available in Australia yesterday, and it seems to have gone into wide availability today. Read More
It made its exit from the Play Store device section a few months ago, but there are still some Google Play Edition Sony Xperia Z Ultras floating around out there. Expansys has the device in stock for just $269.99, but it's not exactly new.
Samsung makes some surprisingly solid accessories for its mobile phones. A lot of people don't know this, because those accessories are really, really expensive, at least compared to most of the alternatives available. Today you can take half off of all the accessories - cases, cables, mounts, batteries, anything - that you buy from the official Samsung online store. But there's a catch: the coupon code is only good on items with individual prices below $50.
That caps your savings at $25 per accessory, but you can buy as many as you like at once and use the same coupon code (r1H01X01). Read More
The newest Humble Bundle is out and it's a big one. Humble Bundle for PC and Android 11 includes a whopping ten games right now, with more coming soon. All the titles are available on PC/Mac/Linux and Android with no DRM. There are also Steam keys for most platforms. All you have to do is decide how much to pay.
So you want a new Galaxy S5? Will new-ish be good enough? An eBay seller has a cache of open box devices on sale at a downright reasonable price of $429.99. This is an unlocked GSM handset, so you can use it on AT&T or T-Mobile in the US.