Until 8/31, you can get 62% off Beats by Dre Lady Gaga Heartbeats In-Ear Headphones. Originally $129.95, now on sale for only $49.99 with free shipping. This is the best deal we can find for a brand new unit. Amazon sells the same item for $67.49.
Go through this link to get 26% discount on Bluedio turbine hurricane H+ (plus) bluetooth 4.1 stereo headphones headset-black. Originally $41, now $30.5. Includes free shipping. Restrictions apply.
The MeElectronics Sport-Fi M3P Sweat-Resistant In-Ear Headphones with In-Line Remote are now on sale for 50% off. Normally priced at $19.99, now only $9.99. It comes with a one-year warranty from MeElectronics. Plus, get free shipping when you order $24.99 or more. This is the lowest price we've seen anywhere else. Amazon sells the same headphones for $15.99.
Available in 3 colors, get $79.96 off JLab JBuds J6M High-Performance Earbuds with Mic. Check out the reviews on Amazon (where they're $15 more expensive), these are renowned for their good sound and comfort. Even with $5 shipping this is the best deal available. Deal ends September 2.
The very popular Beats By Dr. Dre Studio Over-Ear Headphones are now on sale for only $179.99, originally $299.95. These premium headphones have an in-line remote control built into the cord to control songs, and a mute button on the ear cups. It comes with a hard-shell carrying case and matching cleaning cloth to keep them safe and clean. This is the best price we can find anywhere else. Free shipping included.
Available in 3 colors, get $42 off JLab FIT Sport Earphones with Inline Microphone, Built-In Earhooks. That's the best price we've seen in any color by $12. Features adjustable, built-in earhooks ensure a comfortable and secure fit. 100% splash-proof, sweat-proof and washable.
For a limited time, get 62% off the JLab GO Wireless Bluetooth Sport Headphones with Armband. Originally $79.95, now only $29.99 with free shipping. You can choose from 3 different colors, black,blue, or purple. The best price we've seen anywhere else.
For about $43, you can "wear the noise" as the website states. Now, this product is actually kind of cool (and hot during the summer), because you've got your head covered and protected from that nasty sun and you can easily listen to headphones without worrying about bulkiness or shoving them in your ears. Maybe it's not worth $43 for a headphone hat or maybe if they came in baseball caps too I'd be more inclined to purchase, but you have to admit it's a clever idea.
And yeah, sure, you could always just pull on a normal beanie over normal earphones--but hey, then maybe you would have created the Headphone Hat and be making money. Just sayin'.
Every self-respecting couch potato needs an Apple TV or Roku box. Ah, but
which one? The answer might surprise you.
In case you're unfamiliar with these products, they're each
about the size a hockey puck, each intended to plug into one of
your HDTV's HDMI ports.
Both boxes stream content to your TV from a variety of
sources, including Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Pandora. Neither
requires you to pay any extra monthly fees except for the regular
costs of services like Netflix and Hulu Plus. And both can be had
for under $100 (more on that in a bit).
I've used an Apple TV and various Roku models for a while now,
and I'll profess to loving them equally. That said, each has its
pros and cons, and those are worth considering as you weigh your
Let's start with Apple TV.
I'm usually appalled when my mother asks for detailed Christmas lists for each member of our family in October. "Really?!" I want to scream, "I haven't even got the last stitches in the Halloween costumes, and you want Christmas lists?" Instead, I smile and politely oblige, having no other choice if I want to keep peace in the family.
This year, however, after spending several days compiling these lists (after all, I don't want my children getting toys they have no interest in, or worse yet, socks, for Christmas), I had an epiphany: I could get my shopping done in November, save some much cherished cash, and enjoy the entire month of December by baking, playing with my family, and not stressing about shopping!
No, I haven't thanked my dear mother, but I did learn some interesting information about the best things to buy, and not to buy, in November.
On Tuesday, Apple announced the new iPhone 4S
in a humble ceremony, with little fanfare from the press. Nonplussed,
the blogosphere instead focused on more pressing issues, such as the
rate of new job creation. It was a day like any other.
Let's face it: size doesn't matter. There, I said it! It used to be the
bigger the machine, the more powerful, but in our contemporary society,
the smaller the device and the more portable, the better. Power doesn't
necessarily have to suffer just because the gadget is tiny.
The folks at GeekStuff4U.com have taken this motto of smaller is better to heart for their new Chobi Cam One HD, quite possibly the world's smallest DSLR camera and a pretty close replica of a normal sized Canon DSLR.
Telling time can be really hard. But it doesn't have to be. If all those numbers weren't in the way, I think it would be much easier and the makers of the Kaidoku LCD Word Watch over at TokyoFlash.com agree with me. Instead of an old plain Jane watch with a clock face, 12 digits, and two hands, this watch minimizes your time-telling efforts by letting you read the time with words instead of numbers.