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[Deal Alert] Amazon Has This Omaker Waterproof Speaker + Portable Charger Combo For $32 ($20 Off) With Coupon

Are you going on a trip soon and need some extra power to both your phone and your tunes? Then make a pit stop at Amazon first. Today the ubiquitous retailer is offering a discounted combo to US customers: a "ruggedized" and semi-waterproof Omaker M4 Bluetooth speaker plus a 5200mAh Omaker external battery for $31.98. That's $20 off of the retail price for both of them combined - you're basically getting the charger for free, and the speaker at a tiny discount.

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[Update: Deal Is Back] Refurb Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 (32GB) On Sale For $339.99 On eBay Daily Deals

Update 12/7/14: The deal is back today.

Samsung is really the only game in town if you want an Android slate larger than 10-inches. The Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is a pricey device, though. The retail figure is $649.99, but it usually sells for $549.99. You can get it for more than $200 less on eBay right now, provided you don't mind a refurbished unit.

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The Tab Pro 12.2 is rocking a 2560x1600 LCD, an Exynos 5 Octa processor, 3GB of RAM, and a 9500mAh battery.

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[Deal Alert] A Refurbished Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 32GB Is Going For $347.99 With Free Shipping On eBay

When Sammy's Tab Pro/Note Pro line debuted, the Android masses alternately laughed and fumed at their over-the-top pricing. Thank goodness for market correction: nearly all the models in the series have seen significant discounts from the usual suspects, and today the 12.2-inch Galaxy Tab Pro gets another go-round on eBay. A refurbished version of the 32GB tablet can be yours for $347.99, a full $300 off the MSRP and almost $200 cheaper than Amazon's current price.

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[Deal Alert] 32GB Refurbished Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 Keeps Dropping At eBay: Now Just $370 With Free Shipping

Samsung's Pro line of tablets was considered ridiculously expensive when it debuted, but thankfully for those who want in on the hardware, the market is quickly correcting the company's overzealous pricing. After seeing big price drops on eBay in both May and June, the refurbished Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is now cheaper than it's ever been at $369.99. That's nearly $300 off the retail price of the new tablet, and much more palatable when compared to offerings from competing manufacturers.

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[Deal Alert] Grab A Refurbished 32GB Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 From eBay For $385 With Free Shipping

Maybe you want a huge tablet. 10.1-inches of screen just isn't enough for some people, which is fine. Samsung knows how those people feel, which is why it released the Tab Pro 12.2. And right now, refurbished models are going for $385 on eBay, which is a pretty substantial savings over Amazon's $545 asking price for new units. For those who may have forgotten, this is what the Tab Pro is working with:

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  • Display: 12.2-inch 2560x1600 TFT LCD
  • Processor: Exynos 5 Octa (1.9GHz Quad-core + 1.3GHz Quad-core)
  • RAM: 3GB
  • Storage: 32/64GB
  • Cameras: 8MP rear shooter, 2MP front
  • Ports: microUSB 3.0, microSD
  • Wireless: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 2.4GHz and 5GHz, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi Direct, AllShareCast
  • Battery: 9,500mAh
  • OS: Android 4.4.2
  • Dimensions/Weight: 295.6 x 204 x 7.95mm, 750g

Not bad for $385, eh?

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished 32GB Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 Available For $399.99 On eBay ($150+ Savings)

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is a massive tablet, as it's a dozen inches of Android tablet that costs as much as a decent laptop. This thing is still going for $549.99 to $649.99 elsewhere, but a refurbished one is currently up on eBay for just $399.99. That's a pretty big savings of at least $150.

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Earlier this month, Amazon discounted the entire Galaxy Tab Pro and Note Pro line by $50 - $100, and currently the Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is going for $549.99 at the site.

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[Deal Alert] OfficeMax Offering 20% Off Tablets And Other Products, 32GB Nexus 7 Only $215.99 After Coupon

OfficeMax may not be the first store you hit up when looking for new electronics, but the retailer is currently offering 20% off the price of a wide range of Android tablets and other items, including printers, ink, and other substantially less exciting necessities. To take advantage of the offer, you just have to pick out your product of choice and enter SAVE20 at checkout. The code is valid from now until January 11th.

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19 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last two weeks including Meme Maker, Olauncher, and OnePlus Notes (9/5/20 - 9/19/20)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous two weeks or so. Today's roundup is sponsored by Meme Maker, a one-stop-shop for all of your meming needs. We also have a new minimal launcher that's easily worth a look, and OnePlus has released a notes app, in case Keep doesn't float your boat. I've also moved the COVID apps into their own section for easier discovery. So without further ado, here are all of the new and notable Android apps released on the Play Store in the last two weeks.

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Here are the best deals on Samsung's new Galaxy Z Fold2 and the Tab S7 tablets

Samsung announced a slate of new 5G-enabled devices at its Unpacked event last month, including new tablet offerings and the highly anticipated Galaxy Z Fold2, which we reviewed last week. The official release day for the Galaxy Z Fold2, Tab S7, and Tab S7+ is upon us, but some retailers offer better deals than others.

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Poco F2 Pro review: Gourmet performance, buffet price

Almost exactly two years ago, Xiaomi pulled a page from OnePlus’ playbook and stunned everyone with the Poco F1 (or Pocophone F1), a phone with proper flagship specs that cost just $300. While the F1 cut some corners to achieve this feat (plastic build, no NFC), it still delivered amazing performance and battery life. Then in 2019, it was followed up by… crickets?

While Redmi’s excellent K20 Pro was technically the Poco F1’s successor, Xiaomi didn’t release a Poco-branded device last year. That changed back in February 2020, when the company announced it was spinning Poco off as a sub-brand.

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