No invite, but small window to be opened for OnePlus One orders this Tuesday


If you have been hoping to purchase the OnePlus One smartphone but have been unsuccessful in obtaining an invite, OnePlus is going to open a small window of time for you to place an order this Tuesday. Specifically, on Tuesday, January 20th, between the hours of 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. Two versions of the OnePlus One will be available during this special sale. The 16 GB Silk White model and the 64 GB Sandstone Black model will be on sale for $299 and $349 respectively.

If you want to grab the OnePlus One without an invite, visit the source link and be sure to setup a reminder to do so Tuesday, between 7 and 9 pm EST.

source: OnePlus

Best Buy kicks off new Chromecast promotion


Best Buy has just kicked off another great Chromecast promotion. This time they’ve knocked $5.01 off the usual $35 price tag and if you order an HDMI Streaming dongle, collect it and set it up before the end of January, you’ll be eligible to receive a $20 Play Credit voucher, together with Chromecast’s current on board offers of a complimentary subscription to Hulu Plus for 2 months and 90 days of Google Play Music All Access. Clump it all together, and you could effectively get $66 worth of free subscription/download content and a Chromecast for just $29.99.

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Black Friday Deal: Expansys drop up to 80% off smartphones, tablets, wearables and more!

Expansys Black Friday

Expansys has just kicked off its Black Friday deals, slashing up to 80% off a whole host of smartphones, tablets, wearables and accessories while stocks last. Some of the biggest reductions include a Sony SmartWatch with ‘Limited Edition” Swarovski strap for $59, a Galaxy Alpha (32GB) for $499 and a Sony Wireless DR-BTWN200M headset for $49.

Hit the break below for a selection of our favorite discounts the retailer is currently offering.

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Expansys now offering refurbished Nexus 4 from $149


Expansys is offering a fantastic deal on factory-refurbished models of Google’s second-generation smartphone, the Nexus 4. That’s the very same smartphone that took the Android user base by storm with its minimalistic “Vanilla” approach to the open-source operating system.

The device comes in both 8GB and 16GB sizes. The smaller storage model is being offered by the retailer for $149.99 and the larger for $169.99. Both variants come with a complimentary bumper case available in either black or white depending on the color of the phone you choose to order.

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Sony offering student discount on Xperia Z3 Compact


Since Sony announced the Xperia Z3 Compact, a smaller but equally powerful companion to their current flagship (the Xperia Z3), consumers have been patiently waiting for the device to become available in the US. Finally, the Z3 Compact is available to order from Sony’s website, though it is currently backordered. Though its no surprise that it finally made its way to the US, what is surprising is customers with a working .edu email address will recieve a substantial discount on the devices full price of $529, instead paying only $477.
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