Gadgets Stories July 29, 2015

Munchtime T-Rex chopsticks and more kitchen gadgets that’ll make you go aww

Prepare to attack your lunch in the cutest way—Munchtime T-Rex chomping chopsticks are now up for pre-order!

Brand new for Fall 2015, these dinos by Fred and Friends use an aggressive chomping action to help you devour your meal. Head over to the Fred and Friends website to pick up a pair for $6 plus shipping.

Looking for a gift for your favorite not-a-morning-person? The Slow Brew sloth tea infuser might be just their speed. This adorable silicone sloth fits snugly in your mug while you sip your morning tea. For $9.34 Prime shipped, this sleepy little guy can help you make it through even the most hectic morning. If you’re up and on your feet at the crack of dawn, check out this highly-rated squirrel tea infuser instead for $10 Prime shipped.

Add to your offbeat kitchen arsenal with these loveable gadgets:

Gadgets Stories September 24, 2013

Pioneer DDJ-T1 & S1 DJ Controllers at $100 off: $600 shipped

Along with Numark, Pioneer has been a staple in the DJ community for many years and its DDJ line of DJ controllers is no exception. The weapon of choice for many DJs, the Pioneer DDJ S1 and T1 are some of the most powerful DJ rigs available. Amazon is currently offering both decks at $100 off, making this a great time to get your hands on a world class DJ rig at less than half the price at launch date.

Both models came in at around $1200 when they were released and slowly crept down to the $700 price point. Now you can grab both the T1 and S1 for $600, bringing you a savings of $600 off the regular listing, $100 off what Pioneer is charging and the current lowest price we can find.

The main difference between the T1 and the S1 is the Serato scratch software support, to put it simply, if you’re into scratching and that style of music the S1 is the model for you. Another glaring difference is that the S1 is a two channel mixer whereas the T1 is a 4 channel mixer, making it more capable of elaborate live multi-track mixing. Both models support Native Instrument’s industry standard DJ software Traktor.

Pioneer DDJ-T1 DJ Controller, 4 channels: $600 (Reg. $700)

The controller layout and TRAKTOR software interface are identical, ensuring ease-of-use and precise control. The DDJ-T1 is modeled after the proven design of the professional Pioneer DJ player and mixer and integrates 115mm jog dials, accurate search functionality to quickly find playback points, a load button for song data and a master synch button for beat matching across four channels.

Pioneer DDJ-S1 DJ Controller w/ Serato support, 2 channels: $600 (Reg. $700)

All buttons and knobs have been pre-programmed for Serato DJ (after firmware update), so users can quickly connect the controller to their laptops with the use of a USB cable, enabling them to start their performances without having to adjust any complicated settings.  Additionally, the DDJ-S1 can be powered through the laptop’s USB port

Gadgets Stories September 23, 2013

Today in gaming, Splinter Cell Blacklist is available at 25% off, Injustice: Gods Among Us drops to $40, Best Buy is offering $10 off on Playstation Plus memberships, Disney Infinity Starter Pack across all platforms is down to $60 again and we also have your daily iOS deals and freebies.

Best Buy has a 1-year membership to Playstation Plus for just $40 right now. You’ll have to be a Best Buy Rewards Zone member (now called “My Best Buy”) to redeem the discount. You can sign up for free on the listing page. Remember, PS+ memberships will cross over to Playstation 4, and will be required for online gaming with the next gen console.

PlayStation Plus – 12-Month Subscription: $40 (Reg. $50)

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This is one of the first decent price drops we have seen on Splinter Cell Blacklist. Noted as a return to form for the series, Blacklist brings co-op play with 14 maps and 4 game modes, along with the well received Spies vs. Mercs multiplayer mode.

PS3/Xbox 360: Splinter Cell: Blacklist: $45 (Reg. $60)

Splinter Cell Blacklist builds on the stealth roots of the franchise, while exploring new directions to embrace the realms of action and adventure. Players can define their personal play styles and be rewarded for those choices.

The Disney Infinity Starter Pack is back for $60 on all platforms. This matches our lowest mention on the popular Disney mash-up game and is about $15 off the regular listing. You get the game itself plus the Infinity Base as well as 3 INFINITY Play Sets: Monsters University, Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Incredibles. The game supports 2 – 4 player local and online multiplayer on the HD consoles.

PS3/360/Wii U/Wii/3DS: Disney Infinity Starter Pack: $60 (Reg. $75)


Get a free $10 Amazon credit when you preorder FIFA 14 for all major video game consoles.

PS3: The Last Us: $45 (Reg. $60) PS3/Xbox 360: Injustice: Gods Among Us: $40 (Reg. $60)

DataMan Next and Pro have now been updated for iOS7, alongside the iPhone5s/5c. You can grab DataMan Next for completely free right now. “Your weapon against overage. DataMan Next tells you in one glance if you’re safe from busting your data cap. Now it takes full advantage of iOS 7 to give you a better, more delightful experience. ”

iOS Universal: DataMan Next: FREE (Reg. $1)

iOS Universal: Sine Mora: $3 (Reg. $6) iOS Universal: Week Agenda Ultimate: FREE (Reg. $1) iOS Universal: Sol: Sun Clock: FREE (Reg. $4) iOS Universal: Call of Mini™ Dino Hunter: FREE (Reg. $1)

iPhone: Epic Astro Story: $1 (Reg. $4) iPhone: Hot Springs Story: $1 (Reg. $5) iPhone: PhotoShake!: $1 (Reg. $2) iPhone: Puma Punku Totems: FREE (Reg. $1) iPhone: Battle 3D: Robots Sky: FREE (Reg. $1) iPhone: Battery Saver – Improve the Battery Life: FREE (Reg. $3) iPhone: PhotoSendr: send multiple photos in one email: FREE (Reg. $4) iPhone: AquaContacts – 3D Contacts Group Management: FREE (Reg. $2)

Android: Backgammon: FREE (Reg. $1)

Gadgets Stories September 10, 2013

1-year magazine subscriptions: Maxim: $3.50 (Reg. $48), Shutterbug: $10 (Reg. $48)

Update: Deal is now over!  Today’s deals include 1-year subscriptions to Motor Trend Magazine for $4.50 and Home Business Magazine for $6.50remember to use promo code “9TO5TOYS, to redeem the discountsDon’t miss out next time.  Follow 9to5Toys for all the latest deals… TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+

Today, the discounted mag deals continue with one-year subscriptions to Maxim Magazine for just $3.50 and the popular photography mag Shutterbug for $10. Shutterbug has a regular newsstand listing of $48, so that is $38 off the regular listing and even 50% off the already discounted price of $20. Next up is Maxim, again this sub will run you $48 at the newsstand, so you’re getting a savings of $44.50 off the newsstand listing and $9.50 off the already discounted price from DiscountMags. Both subscriptions are available at the discounted rate for up to 4 years, come with no sales tax and are available for today only. DiscountMags only delivers within the US and these subscriptions will not be auto renewed without your direct approval.

Maxim Magazine 1-year subscription: $3.50 w/ code “9TO5TOYS“ (Reg. $48 newsstand price) – Up to 4 years

Maxim is an edgy men’s magazine suggested for mature audiences only.  Each issue is packed with candid photos, interviews, sex tips and articles about sports, entertainment, gadgets and more. Written in a funny and entertaining style it’s sure to have you kicking back, relaxing, and laughing. This magazine subscription brings it all together in one place, why look anywhere else?

Shutterbug Magazine 1-year subscription: $10 w/ code “9TO5TOYS“ (Reg. $48 newsstand price) – Up to 4 years

Shutterbug Magazine is for the camera enthusiast. Shutterbug Magazine tells you what to buy, where to buy it, and how much to pay as far as cameras are concerned. Shutterbug advises you on how to shop around for cameras and everything else related to photographic equipment.

Gadgets Stories September 9, 2013

1-year magazine subscriptions: Wired & Popular Science bundle: $9 (Reg. $103), Men’s Fitness: $5 (Reg. $40)

Update: These deals are now over, but today’s 1 year subscription discounts include GQ magazine with digital access for $5 ($43 off) and Sound & Vision magazine for $4.50 ($45.50 off). Use code “9TO5TOYS“ to redeem the discounts.  Follow 9to5Toys for all the latest deals… TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+

Starting this week’s mag subscription deals, we have an exclusive Wired Magazine and Popular Science bundle for just $9 shipped. Scooping both of these 1 year subscriptions at the same time brings the price down to $4.50 each, the lowest we have seen for either publication. Wired will normally run you $59.50 based on the regular newsstand rate, bringing you a total savings of $55 today. With Popular Science you are saving $43.50 off the $48 newsstand listing. Additionally you can grab a 1-year sub to Men’s Fitness today for $5 (Reg. $40). DiscountMags offers free shipping within the US with no sales tax and the subscriptions are NOT subject to any kind of an auto renewal.

Wired & Popular Science Magazine Bundle 1-year subscription: $9 w/ code “9TO5TOYS“ (Reg. $103) – Up to 3 years

About Wired:

Get “Wired” into the latest technology trends. Find out how the latest trends in technology affect the world of business, entertainment, culture, and politics. Each issue covers the latest gadgets, games, software, and industry news. Make technology a part of your life with this exciting magazine subscription. Get wired in today!

About Popular Science:

The ‘What’s New'” magazine of science and technology. Covering the latest developments in cars, electronics, communications, tools, energy, aviation, science, space exploration and much more.

Men’s Fitness 1-year subscription: $5 w/ code “9TO5TOYS“ (Reg. $40) – Up to 3 years

Men’s Fitness Magazine is for today’s health-conscious man. This magazine subscription will help you maximize your workout and teach you how to get optimal results with diet and nutrition changes. Each issue shows you how to workout specific body parts, unleash your sex drive, and put adventure back into your life..

Gadgets Stories September 2, 2013

1-year magazine subscriptions: Dwell $6 (Reg. $30), Outdoor Photographer: $5, more

This week we have a solid lineup of one-year magazine subscription offers from DiscountMags. We’ll see GQ Magazine and MacWorld at their all time lows tomorrow and Wednesday respectively, with more great deals coming throughout the week. These deals come with free shipping and none of the subscriptions are subject to any kind of an auto renewal.

Today’s deal:

Macworld 1-year subscription: $6.50 w/ code “9TO5TOYS“ (Reg. $84) – Up to 2 years w/digital access

Every issue is filled with authoritative news, analysis, and tips about all things Apple — Mac, iPhone, iPad, and beyond! Best of all, Macworld brings you the most trusted product reviews, from Apple hardware to accessories to the very best apps. Make the most of your iPhone.

Head below for this week’s scheduled deals, and be sure to check back as we will be updating this post throughout the week.

Gadgets Stories August 30, 2013

Save 20% on orders of $40 or more at ThinkGeek: gadgets, apparel, gifts, more

ThinkGeek is offering 20% off on all orders $40 or more from now through September 2. Use promo code SELFAWARE to redeem the discount.

ThinkGeek has everything from eco friendly mobile device chargers and cases to goodies like Portal 2 iPad sleeves and full virtual laser projected keyboards for iPhone. If you’ve always wanted a life sized, foam Minecraft sword and pickaxe then now is the time get it.

ThinkGeek 20% off sitewide on orders $40 or above

Gadgets Stories August 13, 2013

Today, we have spotted a great deal on the 1TB Seagate Backup Plus for $60 shipped. Don’t use the promo listed on the product page, instead use coupon code “EMCXMWT58” to redeem the $30 discount. This is $35 off the regular listing, $10 cheaper than Amazon and matches our lowest mention on this USB 3.0 portable. This is the black version, but if you prefer the red one you can grab that for $60 on Ebay right now. Over 1500 reviewers on Amazon give this drive 4.1 stars.

1TB Seagate Backup Plus (black): $60 w/ code “EMCXMWT58” (Reg. $95) 1TB Seagate Backup Plus (red): $60 (Reg. $95)

Ebay via Newegg is also offering the 4TB Seagate Expansion for $140 shipped. That is $90 off the regular listing, $20 less than Amazon, and beats our lowest mention by $10. This drive comes with the power and USB 3.0 cable and over 1200 reviewers on Amazon give this drive 4.2 stars.

4TB Seagate Expansion USB 3: $140 shipped (Reg. $230) 3TB Seagate Expansion USB 3: $100 shipped (Reg. $150) w/ coupon code EMCXMWR39

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Lastly, you can grab the Western Digital 1TB My Passport drive for $59 shipped with coupon code “HDD20.” This is $25 off the regular listing, $10 cheaper than Amazon and matches our lowest mention. This bus powered drive features, USB 3.0, backwards compatibility and up to 5GBps data transfer speeds. Almost 4000 reviewers on Amazon give this drive 4.4 stars. Ebay also has the 2TB version available for $100 shipped, that’s $50 off the regular listing, $15 cheaper than Amazon and the lowest current price. If you’re looking for something slightly less expensive, Office Max has the 750GB Toshiba Canvio for $50 shipped. That’s $50 off the regular listing, $10 cheaper than Amazon, and the current lowest price.

1TB Western Digital My Passport drive: $59 w/ code “HDD20” (Reg. $95) 2TB Western Digital My Passport drive: $100  (Reg. $150) 750GB Toshiba Canvio Portable HD: $50 (Reg. $100)

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Gadgets Stories July 14, 2013

Powerbag laptop bag w/ built-in charging system: $35 shipped (Reg. $130)

Update: Sold out!  Don’t miss out next time.  Follow 9to5Toys for all the latest deals… TwitterRSS FeedFacebook

Groupon has the grey Powerbag Messenger Bag with built-in battery system for $35 shipped. This up to $95 off the regular listing and $20 less than Amazon, which is the current next best price. The Powerbag features an on-board removable 3000mAh battery to charge your iPhone, iPod and iPad as well as Blackberry and thousands of different Android devices. This bag supports up to a 15-inch laptop and has an adjustable/removable shoulder strap, a female USB port and can charge up to 4 devices at once. More specs below.

Powerbag w/Built-in Battery System: $35 shipped (Reg. $129)

Gadgets Stories June 21, 2013

Powerbag laptop bag w/ built-in charging system: $50 shipped (Reg. $140)

UPDATE: Deal is over

Today only, Amazon is offering the Powerbag Instant Messenger Laptop Bag with built in charging system for $49.99 with free shipping. This bag is normally listed for $179.99. It’s being offered today for $90 off its current price and $74 off the next best price. The Powerbag fits up to a 17-inch laptop, has a built-in charging system and removable 6000mAh battery, built-in Apple, Micro-USB, Mini-USB connectors and a USB port as well as a protective tablet pocket. Head below the fold for more details:

Powerbag Instant Messenger Laptop Bag w/ built in charging system: $50 $112 (Reg. $140)

The Powerbag Instant Messenger has a battery system powerful enough to charge the average smartphone up to four times! The laptop and tablet pockets are padded for safe transport, plus the “Checkpoint Friendly” FlyFlat design means there’s no need to remove your laptop when going through security.

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