These wireless headphones give Bose and Beats by Dre some major competition. Originally priced at $130, you can get these from Amazon for under $70, and that includes free shipping. These headphones offer all of the same important features as Plantronics, Bose & Beats, so if you’re looking to save money, these may be a great option over their popular rivals. Lightweight, on-ear, and great for use with TV or playing video games. These headphones have an interference-free reception which means that you can walk from room-to-room and hear clearly through walls and ceilings throughout your house.
I love free stuff. Few things in life compare with the thrill of getting something for nothing. That’s why I’m always on the lookout for giveaways, freebies and the like.Today, I found three. Take a look: Free Amazon Instant Video CreditNetflix and iTunes get all the press, but Amazon’s Instant Video service offers a huge selection of movies and TV shows you can rent or buy. And if you’re a Twitter user, you can score a download or two absolutely free.For a limited time, Amazon
This is an update of a post I wrote nearly a year ago. What was once a time-limited offer is now free forever. Woot!I’m addicted to free shipping. I can spend hours in the virtual aisles of an online store, padding my cart with just the items I need, then scouring for a discount code–but if I get to the checkout page and find there’s a big ol’ shipping charge, forget it.No sale.This is especially aggravating when you’re buying a single, inexpensive product, and the shipping
I thought the original Amazon Kindle Fire was a pretty good tablet.
It benefited from a decent, if slightly slab-like, design, a rich
ecosystem of apps and media, and, most of all, an iPad-stomping
price tag ($199, or $249 for the model with more storage.). A year
later, Amazon unveiled the Kindle Fire HD — another pretty good
tablet. It has a laundry list of new and improved features that
make it even more tempting, especially considering that it still
starts at $199.But you know what? Having lived with one for the
better part of a week, I've found that the Kindle Fire HD is far
from perfect. In many respects it's one step forward, two steps
back. Before you decide to buy one for yourself, consider these
five surprising discoveries:1. I thought the original Amazon Kindle
Fire was a pretty good tablet.
Photo courtesy of laffy4k, via FlickrThere’s nothing like a gross-out news story to offer a little perspective. Last week, I might’ve complained that shipping was taking longer than expected. Now, I’m just glad that my gadgets don’t arrive covered in gum and vomit.As The Consumerist reports, this was the sight that greeted a Dell Outlet customer when his refurbished laptop arrived with gum on the inside and a barf-like substance on the outside. What’s worse, Dell initially
I hate sports. I know that living in Southern California this goes against all the laws of nature–which include but are not limited to rooting for either the Angels or the Dodgers and getting excited about things like the Superbowl (I like the Puppy Bowl…)–but really, sports just aren’t my thing. I have broken about six fingers, torn some ligaments, and had various other injuries during my childhood, almost all of which were sports-related, so yeah. Me + sports = no thanks.However,
It’s official: the HP TouchPad is dead. Wait, what? Didn’t HP launch its much-ballyhooed iPad competitor just last month? And didn’t I review it just a few weeks ago? There must be some mistake. Nope. It’s just the latest in a long line of splashy, high-profile products that never amounted to anything. The TouchPad debuted to mixed reviews, praised for its slick WebOS-powered interface but dinged for its bulky design, limited app selection and less-than-competitive price.Late