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For a while, Expansys was one of the good online shopping sources for electronics and gadgets and a place where we found and shared lots of deals with you. But that is no more, unfortunately.
On December 1st (sorry, we just spotted this), Expansys closed its USA, Canada, and Mexico stores to consumers and is now redirecting its efforts toward its B2B units. Warranties for purchased products will still be honored until their expiry date. Here's the notice Expansys has posted on all three sites:
After over a decade of bringing the latest and greatest technology to consumers in North America, Expansys has decided to refocus on its partner and B2B business units.
Now that we've gotten a good look at the Nexus 5X and 6P, you can maybe decide if you want to jump on the last gen Nexus train before it leaves the station. The Nexus 6's price has been dropping like a rock lately, and now the 64GB version is on sale through Expansys USA for a mere $369.99. That's $30 less than Amazon's price. Read More
There are some impressive alternatives to Google's flagship tablet, but if you want an AOSP-powered machine with a built-in LTE radio, you're hard pressed to find anything in the same weight class. The 32GB version of the Nexus 9 LTE goes for a whopping $600 on Google's online US storefront. Amazon is selling it for quite a bit less, but if you want a good deal, you can't beat Expansys USA.
Expansys is currently offering the LTE tablet for $379.99, a full $220 off of the retail price and $70 cheaper than Amazon. In fact, it's actually cheaper than the retail price on the 16GB Wi-Fi base model - that's still going for four hundred bucks at most locations. Read More
The LG Watch Urbane is currently the best Android Wear device on the market, but it's also the most expensive at $350 direct from Google. You can save a few bucks by purchasing it from Expansys USA, where it's on sale for $50 off. This deal ends tonight, so hurry up.
These days you can probably find someone to give you an Android Wear device, if you're not too picky about which model you select. But if you've had your heart set on Sony's latest take on the smartwatch, now's the time to bust out your wallet. Online retailer Expansys is selling the SmartWatch 3 for $149.99 on its American storefront. The listing says it's 50% off, but the Sony Store and Google Store are selling the standard SW3 for $200, so it's more like 50 bucks off of the standard price.
According to Ryan Whitwam's review, the SmartWatch 3 isn't the best all-around Android Wear device available, but it's a great choice if you want long battery life. Read More
Last month Expansys USA was willing to sell you a Nexus 9 LTE for $380. That was and remains significantly less than the $600 the Google Store charges for the same device. At the time, it was also less than Amazon, but that company has since dropped its price down to $375.
So, why are we all gathered here around this blog post then? Because Expansys USA is now ready to sell you a Nexus 9, still with LTE, for just $340. That's $25 less than Amazon, and it's nearly half as much as what Google wants. Heck, it's cheaper than the official starting price of the 32GB Wi-Fi model. Read More
The LG G Flex 2 is a pretty good phone, even compared to LG's own flagship G4, and it's a great option if you're tired of all the ever-bigger screens that seem to be the current rage. It's also got a pretty decent price: US Cellular sells it for $50, AT&T sells it for $100, and Sprint is selling it for $200 at the moment, with off-contract prices ranging from reasonable at around $500 to ludicrous at over $700 (thanks, AT&T). If you want a good deal without the carrier ball and chain, Expansys is currently selling the phone for just $329.99. Read More
A 32GB Nexus 6 will run you $649 in the Play Store, while the larger model will set you back $699. Right now Expansys USA is offering the international variants for $20-30 off. The smaller option is marked down to $619, while the latter is priced at $679. Both sizes are available in Cloud White or Midnight Blue.
Let me repeat, these are international versions of the Nexus 6, version XT1100. The supported bands, as in which networks the phone will work on, differ between the two. Here's a detailed breakdown.
As you've probably noticed, the Nexus 6 isn't the only discounted device. Read More
The venerable Nexus 4 was a great phone when it was released in 2012, and it's still a pretty good one now two years later. If only you could still buy it... actually, you can. Expansys has some refurbished Nexus 4s they're selling at a steep discount, and they come with a free bumper case.
It's still hard to find a Nexus 6 in stock even months after it was released. That's even more true if you fancy the "cloud white" version. Not only does Expansys USA have the device in stock, it's on sale for $604.99 with free shipping.