Follow this link to get $500 discount on Sharp 60" Class (60-1/32" Diag.) LED HDTV - Silver. No code needed. Originally $2,199.99, now only $1,699.99. Includes free shipping. Restrictions may apply.
Listen to music anywhere you want with the Bem Bluetooth Mobile Speaker for Smartphones. You can choose from 3 different color and design. Normally $69 and you can get it for only $19.95 with free shipping. It features 6 hours of battery life, up to 25ft. of working wireless range, aux in and out & mini USB, auto pair capable/charging and bluetooth indicators, and a touch-sensitive buttons/soft-touch finish. This is the best price we can find anywhere else; Amazon sells it for $43.
Did Santa bring you a new smartphone? Tablet? E-reader? Bluetooth
speaker? Gadgets like these need power, and it seems like there's
never enough--especially when you're traveling.
What's more, if you have an older mobile device, chances are good
its battery is starting to show signs of wear, meaning it doesn't
last nearly as long between charges.
All the more reason to pack a mobile charger. Ah, but which one?
There are literally hundreds of different makes and models out
there, all in different shapes and sizes, all promising to keep
your devices humming indefinitely.
My pick: just about anything from Anker's Astro series. And for a
limited time, you can get the top-end model for a song: the Anker Astro E5 mobile charger for $49.99
Recently I told you about three sweet-sounding tech gifts for Mother's
Day. Of course, not every mom is into music. Let's take a look
at three other gadgets that are sure to bring a smile to Mom's
One of the pioneers of the digital photo frame, Ceiva continues to
offer some compelling products -- and there's a Mother's Day special that might just seal the
Ceiva offers two frames, each with an 8-inch screen. The Ceiva
Share is on sale for $99.95, the Ceiva Pro 80 for $119.95. I highly
recommend the latter, which comes with a Wi-Fi adapter.
When Sprint announced a 7-inch Android tablet priced at
$99.99, my ears perked right up. After all, Amazon's Kindle
Fire and Barnes & Noble's Nook Tablet cost twice as much, and
they're both just glorified e-readers.
The ZTE Optik is a much more versatile tablet, with features like
Bluetooth (for streaming music to compatible speakers and earbuds),
GPS (for navigation, natch), dual cameras, and, perhaps best of
all, Sprint's 3G data service.
In other words, unlike most tablets of its size, the Optik doesn't
rely solely on Wi-Fi for connectivity. It comes packing Sprint's
And there, as you've probably guessed, is the catch. Although the
hardware will run you a very reasonable $99.99, you can't get it
without signing a two-year service agreement. And Sprint's Tablet
Connection plans start at $19.99 per month.
This week we are looking ahead to the end of the world or, as it is more commonly known, 2012. Before the Mayan calendar ends and all is lost to fire and brimstone, there are a slew of anticipated video game-related items either set to debut or be revealed in the new year.
Last year I actually waited until after Christmas to tell you where to look for the best post-holiday video game deals. This year I wanted to get a head start. The theme this time around is "Never leave the comfort of your couch." So grab that trusty laptop and start bookmarking.
Here are the best bets for finding video game discounts next week and into the first week of 2012.
Christmas is less than two weeks away and if you are still on the hunt for the perfect gift, I've compiled some ideas that are sure to bring a smile to anyone on your list. From the glam chick to the video game lover, read on to find the presents they really want.