The Google Nexus 7 is the standard, in terms of affordable tablets. Today it becomes even more affordable, as Staples has slashed its price to $199.99 for the 32GB version, and $179.99 for the 16GB device. As a reminder, the Nexus 7 has a 1280 x 800-pixel LCD display and runs on a Tegra 3 quad-core processor with the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and constant updates.
The Nexus 7 is almost a year old now, so could the price cut be signifying a new model on the way? I’d think so. Hold off if you’re in the market for a new tablet to wait and see what the Nexus 7′s successor has to offer before making a decision.
Been eyeing a Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 but didn’t want to drop that much cash on a tablet? Woot! has a deal on a manufacturer refurbished Tab 2 for just $249.99. At $150 off the list price, that’s not a bad deal. As a reminder, the Tab 2 features a 10.1″ 1280 x 800 display, a 1 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, and 16 GB. If you need a second opinion, you can check out our review here. Don’t take too long, though, as the deal is only valid for a few hours or until the stock runs out.
So what is “RARMNJ1320″ exactly? Well “RARMNJ1320″ is the magic code word that will get you a 32GB Nexus 7 from RadioShack for just $229. For a limited time, RadioShack is selling the Google flagship tablet for $27 cheaper than what you can get it for from Google themselves who charge $249. On top of this, RadioShack is giving free shipping on the device, while Google usually charges $14 to ship. Added together, that’s a savings of $41 for the 7-inch tablet.
Once you’ve selected your tablet and have gone through the process of adding it to your cart, then you will enter the code word for the deal. Please note that in order to cash in on this deal, you’ll need to type out the entire code word and not simply copy and paste it, otherwise it will not work. The Nexus 7 combines portability and performance in a sleek device and for $229, this is a really great deal. If you haven’t already, check out the source for this incredible deal and lets us know how you’re enjoying your new Nexus 7.
If you’re gushing over Google’s latest flagship phone, the Nexus 4, then boy do we have some news for you. For a limited time, T-Mobile is offering the Nexus 4 16GB model for $49 after a mail-in rebate and a new two-year contract. This is by far one of the best deals available for the Nexus 4 considering Google sells the same device contract free from the Google Play store for $349. That’s a $300 discount.
Keep in mind that this deal is meant to attract individuals coming to T-Mobile for the first time and not so much those looking to upgrade. This deal lasts through February 18th, 2013 and is available as a web-only offer so head on over to T-Mobile and take advantage of this once in a lifetime deal.
Still looking for an LG Nexus 4? If so and you are willing or able to use the T-Mobile network, online retailer LetsTalk has a deal going for the device for new activations. Possibly the best part is that their web site shows the device as being “In Stock” and they have free overnight shipping via FedEx. LetsTalk indicates it takes them 1 to 2 days to process the order in their warehouse, so you could possibly have the device in hand by the weekend if things work out right. On top of the availability, LetsTalk also offers a special coupon code, “TALK4TEN” that gives you an additional $8.50 off the price. With a two-year contract, that brings the total price down to $76.49.
If you are ready to place your order and can live with a T-Mobile two-year contract in order to get the subsidy discount, just hit the source link below.
Best Buy has been known to have some pretty good deals, but this one should have any Android fan pretty excited. Tomorrow only, Best Buy will be offering the famed Galaxy S III for only $49.99 with a new or renewed contract. This offer is good for all four major carriers: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. You’ll be able to pick up your shiny new Galaxy S III in any Best Buy or Best Buy Mobile store. This is a great deal for any of you looking to own one of the best Android phones around without breaking the bank. You might want to get to Best Buy early tomorrow, with a deal like this they might sell out as quickly as Google’s Nexus 4 did. Anyone planning on picking one of these up tomorrow?
The Motorola DROID RAZR M may not be a top tier device, but it is certainly a capable Android smartphone. As we found in our review, the RAZR M offers a lot of bang for the buck when purchased from Verizon for $99. That equation has improved significantly for the holidays as Verizon is now offering the handset for only $49.99 with a two-year contract. This is a good opportunity to get your hands on a relatively decent Android smartphone without breaking the bank. Hit the break to view Verizon’s promo video that includes the offer. » Read the rest
Want a big 10-inch screen,quad-core Tegra 3 power, and 16GB on onboard storage for under 3 bills? Well Costco has a deal for you. Until December 1st, Costco is offering $100 off the Toshiba Excite 16GB and 32GB 10-inch tablets. That brings the 16GB version to just $299 and the 32GB version to $349. Not a bad deal for Toshiba’s slim tablet.
There’s nothing more wonderful in life than free money. Until August 26th, you have a chance at a free $100 American Express gift card courtesy of Sprint if you purchase any smartphone on-line paired with a 2 year agreement (adding a new line). While it’s not exactly “free” since you need to purchase a smartphone with an addition of a new line, it’s still a nice little incentive to receive.
If you’re planning on buying a smartphone from Sprint any time soon, this would be the deal to take advantage of. Head on over to the source link for more information!
Radio Shack has officially confirmed our previous report that the AT&T HTC Once X‘s price will be slashed in half to $99 starting July 29th. This move is likely due to the Samsung Galaxy S III‘s monstrous sales numbers and this could be HTC’s way of attempting to keep up. AT&T is also going to drop the price as well and it’s been reported that they already have, but we just checked online and at the time of this post, it still shows $199.
While the One X is a couple of months older than the S III, it’s still an Android powerhouse and at this price it would be hard to pass up. Any one out there planning on taking advantage of this price?