Office Depot has the 2013 Nexus 7 WiFi 16GB model for $179, which is a savings of $50 and a smoking hot deal. Back on Cyber Monday, refurbished models were selling for $169, so this is only $10 more for a brand new unit. They also have the 32GB version for $229, which is a $40 savings.
The best part of this deal is that it’s available online and in stores and NO coupons or coupon codes to deal with. The deal ends on December 21, but we can’t guarantee their inventory will last that long.
Unfortunately, if you desire the white 32GB version, you will have to pay full price from the Play Store, but don’t forget, Google has that Chromecast combo deal as well.
source: Office Depot - 16GB or 32GB
This is certainly not the first time that Amazon has slashed prices on their Kindle Fire line, and we have no idea if it’s the last. If you’re looking to grab a Kindle Fire, than I would head over to Amazon today and grab one because it could be your last chance. For today only, they are slashing prices by 20% on the Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 16GB ($182.20 vs $229), Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ 16GB ($229 vs 269), Kindle Fire HD 7″ 16GB ($135.20 vs $169), and basic Kindle ($56 vs $69).
sources: Kindle Fire HDX 7″ 16GB / Kindle Fire HD 7″ 16GB / Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ 16GB / Kindle
Android users sure want to take a bite out of that Apple. According to more than 90,000 Black Friday receipts from Android and iOS users collected by InfoScout, about 40% of them were Android smartphone owners that bought an iPad. This means that about 36,000 Android users bought an iPad. This is an interesting figure because it shows that although Android is an excellent experience on a smartphone, those consumers aren’t feeling the same way about it on tablets. And with the launch of the new iPad Air, consumers are certainly going to be driven to buy something new with excellent specifications.
Google, on the other hand, has yet to announce their plans for a new Nexus 10 or even a Nexus 8. While some would say it is really up to OEMs to produce great tablets, I would argue that Google needs to shape the tablet experience into something fresh with their Nexus devices. The Nexus line is nowhere near as popular as Samsung’s Galaxy brand, but it certainly is evolving into something mainstream.
Source: InfoScout Blog
Via: Cult of Android
You can never have enough cloud storage right? Well if you are about to drop some coins on a new smartphone, you will be happy to know that Amazon will give you 50GB of their Cloud Drive service for free. A ton of phones are part of the deal, such as the Galaxy S 4, Galaxy Note 3, Moto X, HTC One, LG G2, and more. A couple of catches though…you have to be in the U.S., you must purchase your phone through Amazon Wireless, and the free storage expires in one year.
You have until December 31st to buy your phone, and it will take about 10 days for the storage to be added to your account. Hit the source link to see the full list of phones that are part of the deal.
If you happen to be one of the very few people in the world that is in the market for the LG G Pad 8.3, then look no further than Newegg. They have it on sale for $249 as part of their Cyber Monday celebration. It’s available in black or white, and you have to enter one of the promo codes below to get the full discount. If you want something a little less expensive, you can opt for the Dell Venue 8 for only $129. Again promo code is below. These deals are only for today, so hurry.
LG G Pad 8.3 – Black (promo code CYBERMND9)
LG G Pad 8.3 – White (promo code CYBERMND16)
Dell Venue 8 (promo code CYBERMND3)
It’s Cyber Monday, so get ready for some hot deals on your favorite technology. Amazon is kicking things off by discounting two of their most popular tablets by $50. The Kindle Fire HDX 7″ is going for $179 (regularly $229) and the Kindle Fire HD 16GB is only $119 (regularly $169). This is only for today, Cyber Monday, so don’t hesitate. Full presser and links after the break.
Some might say that these new “curve” devices are more novelty-based than actually useful, but the technology is certainly appealing and will definitely have something to show us in the next few years.
But for now, we’re stuck with the LG G Flex and the Samsung Galaxy Round— LG is now sending out invites for their international launch event for the G Flex. The event will take place on December 3rd in Hong Kong. The device is rumored to be coming to the United States in early 2014 on AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, and will be in France next month.
It’ll most likely be a pretty expensive device, as it’s going for about $940 in South Korea and features a self-healing back panel, a 6-inch 720p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 13-megapixel shooter.
Source: Cult of Android
Deals on deals on deals! NVIDIA is adding to the endless amount of Black Friday deals today which will be sure to add up as the day goes on. NVIDIA’s SHIELD Android-powered gaming device, which normally costs around $300, is now on a $50 dollar discount and is on sale for $249.
With your order you’ll also get free shipping and some other add-ins depending on the retailer. Hit the break for details.
Earlier this week we told you that the white Droid Ultra would likely be coming to Verizon very soon to join the previously leaked white Droid Mini. Now we’re here to tell you that starting today, you can get your hands on these new colors. The phone is obviously exactly the same except for the color change— the Droid Ultra is now available through Verizon for $99.99 and the Droid Mini is now available for $49.99. Looking for a stylish new device? These two are definitely high on that list.
Source: Droid Mini / Droid Ultra
Thinking about getting a Note 3 for the holiday season? Now may be the time to act.
The device is on sale through Verizon for $199.99 with a new 2 year contract, and for this weekend only, all activation fees are being waived for as many lines as you want. (Pre-paid phones are not part of the offer.)
This isn’t the most aggressive sale we’ve seen from Verizon in past years, but expect prices to go pretty low on other devices today and throughout the holiday season.