The original Moto X is a great smartphone that’s already destined to receive Google’s latest mobile operating system. So, what makes a great phone better? How about an awesome price tag? Right now eBay seller mobilepros1 is selling brand new a 32GB first-generation Developer Edition Moto X (Verizon GSM unlocked) for $219.99 with free shipping. If you’re not…
Google wants you and your friends to use Wallet. Like, really badly. So much in fact, the company is running a cash-driven promo to motivate the service’s users. If you use Mountain View’s money service to send cash (even a penny) to a friend who doesn’t have a Google Wallet balance yet, the company will hit you and your amigo with a $5 kickback.
Summer is fading fast and as a way of saying farewell, Motorola Mobility is having a back to school sale on its off-contract Moto X. The entry-level 16GB version of the company’s customizable handset is down to just $300 ($100 savings) and the 32GB model has been reduced to $325 ($125 savings). However, if your app arsenal is heavy and you’re looking for a lot of storage space, you can pick up the 64GB Moto X for $375 ($125 savings).
Today, via eBay’s Daily Deals, DrivenGPS is offering a manufacturer refurbished second-generation 32GB LTE unlocked Nexus 7 tablet for $219.99 shipped. That’s about $130 off the device’s regular asking price (brand new) and the lowest price we can find. Compatible with GSM networks like AT&T and T-Mobile, this LTE-capable version of Google’s popular tablet is ideal for on the go data consumption.
If you’re not familiar with the Nexus 7, here’s what you can expect: a 7-inch 1080p HD IPS display, a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon S4 processor, 2GB of RAM, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 1.2 front-facing shooter, a 3,950mAh battery and the latest version of Google’s Android operating system. For more details, check out our full review of the Nexus 7.
If you want the latest and greatest that Android has to offer, the Nexus 5 is the device to own and today eBay’s Daily Deals is offering both the 16GB and 32GB unlocked versions of Google’s purebred handset at some consumer-friendly prices. Normally priced at $400, electroniccityinc is selling a brand new unlocked 32GB (black, red and white)…
The LG G3 is one of the hottest smartphones on the market. Some of its standout features include a 5.5-inch 2,560 x 1,440 Quad HD display, a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor, a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with OIS+ and Laser Auto Focus. We like this phone! For more details about the LG G3, check out our complete review.
In addition to this deal, you can also score a $50 Best Buy gift with the purchase and activation of a any new handset (LG G3 included) through July 12th. To take advantage of this offer, you’ll need to register your phone number at this form.
If you’re looking to upgrade your home’s audio setup, California-based speaker system maker Sonos has an attractive deal worth checking out. The company is currently running a promo that bundles six months of Google Play Music All Access (about a $60 value) with the purchase of any Sonos product, excluding the outfit’s Bridge system.
If you’ve been flirting with the idea of buying a gigantic phone or a small tablet with a vanilla Android experience but your cash flow is low, look no further than the Sony Z Ultra Google Play edition. Typically priced at $650, Mountain View has knocked $200 off the phone-tablet hybrid’s asking price. In addition to a shrunken premium, Google Play is offering free ground shipping with a standard warehouse departure time of 1-2 business days.
After a successful rum across PC, consoles and iOS, 2K Games’ popular turn-based tactical RPG XCOM: Enemy Unknown is now available on Android. Priced at $10, the strategic base building game puts players in the role of the commander who leads squads of soldiers through intense combat missions against a terrifying alien invasion.
If you’ve been wanting to try a Chromebook, but have held off due to their need for an internet connection, Best Buy might have a remedy for your dilemma. The blue and yellow big box is currently knocking $100 off HP’s 11.6″ LTE Chromebook, bringing its asking price to $199. The device is backed by Verizon’s LTE network, you’ll pretty much have internet access anywhere in the US.