The S Pen can do pretty much more than anything on the phone and we're seeing a first for the Note line with individually-stabilized cameras.
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It's nearly a year since it was brought to market and now, it may look even better to you at $401. But there are a couple of caveats.
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Two of the last bastions of physical media for music are reportedly loosening their grips on the CD as the downloads era gives way to streaming.
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Apple is selling the original version of its smartwatch from $249, so this is a big discount for those looking for a smartphone companion device.
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The Pixel 2 and 2 XL are available at $50 and $75 less than usual through the US Google Store, as well as heavily discounted from Target with Verizon plans.
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Get your Black Friday 2017 shopping lists ready, because Target is cooking up a massive sale on everything from iPhones to iPads to smart speakers.
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Two sites are doing bundle deals for both Google Wifi and Google Home, but one is just taking a chunk outta that mesh network enabler.
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The dual-camera phone has moved to another big box chain in the United States, online and in stores. Honor could go for more.
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The big box of tech has 800 locations stocked up with the Android Wear 2.0 watch. You have other retailer options and another variant to wait for.
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If the LG TONE STUDIO and the LG TONE FREE are priced a little too rich for your blood, hop over to your local carrier or big box for one of these.
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Starting April 2, you should be able to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ from Target, free new Gear VR and $250 gift cards bundled in.
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We have no idea how this payment system works, but it'll be going up against the likes of Apple Pay, Android Pay and, of course, Walmart Pay.
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Despite recently acknowledged financial difficulties caused by an overly ambitious global expansion, China’s LeEco isn’t ready to slow down its US retail growth efforts just yet. Quite the contrary, as both “ecophones” and “ecotvs” gear up for December 1 launches across Amazon, Best Buy and Target.
Technically, the high-end LeEco LePro 3 and mid-range Le S3 Android handhelds are listed on the company’s official American LeMall website at recommended $400 and $250 prices respectively. But in reality, if you choose your timing carefully, the Snapdragon 821 and 652 5.5-inchers can be yours for 100 bucks less.
They were even available at $279 and $129 respectively on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, with the Le S3 thrown in as a free gift if you purchased costly enough smart TV sets. Hopefully, LeRewards instant rebates bringing the two phones’ price tags down to $300 and $150 tops will also be up for grabs since day one of third-party US retailer availability.
For a limited time, the LeEco Le S3 and LePro 3 should qualify for a complimentary three-month AT&T DirecTV Now subscription as well, and so will the $649 ($449 with rebate) Super4 X43 Pro 4K TV. Meanwhile, the pricier Super4 X55 and X65 earn you six months of DirecTV Now service on the house, and the ultra-premium, gigantic uMax X85 comes with a full year of on-demand video streaming at no extra charge.
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Either Target is just being lazy and reckless or it’s participating in retail war. The big box chain store has decided to open up Sunday, November 27, and go through Monday with a storewide 15 percent discount, in-store or online. It’s a flat, automatic, couponless discount applied at checkout that tops off whatever discount is already on whatever you buy.
There has to be a catch, right? Well, here are the products that don’t fall into this discount.
- Gift and prepaid cards
- Beauty Advent Calendar
- Elf on the Shelf
- Cards Against Humanity (really?)
- Joking Hazard
- Simple Human
- DSLR gear
- LG TVs
- Samsung TVs
- Google products
- Dairy milk
- CVS pharmacy
- Target Optical
- Portrait Studio
- Company Store purchases
Target is explicitly offering discounts on “Apple products,” though. Just to give you a sampler:
- A pair of Beats Solo3 wireless headphones will cost about $244.99 (regularly $299.99)
- A 6th-gen iPod Touch will be priced between $135.99 and $203.99 ($159.99-$239.99)
- A standard Apple Watch Series 2 will cost $314.49 for a 38mm case and $339.99 for a 42mm case ($369.99 and $399.99)
- An iPad mini 2 with Wi-Fi will cost $229.49 ($269.99)
- While an iPad Pro 12.9″ with Wi-Fi will cost between $679.99 and $934.99 ($799.99-$1,099.99)
- A 32GB iPhone 7 for $30.69 per month for two years or $552.49 total ($36.11 per month or $649.99 total)
Mind you, other smartphones and mobile technology are available at 15 percent off, too, like the unlocked Moto G4 Play for $127.49 ($149.99) and, believe it or not, a discontinued BlackBerry Classic S for $280.49 ($329.99).
You think you’ll want to participate in this madness?
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Okay, Google is now outright making fools of those who rushed to purchase the Mountain View search giant’s Amazon Echo “killer” at its $129 introductory price.
Not only is the Google Assistant-powered Google Home slated to cost just $99 at Best Buy starting tomorrow, November 23, but the actual Google Store, plus Target and Walmart, are today confirmed to be prepping $30 “limited-time” discounts of their own.
This way, you can be sure there will be more than a few hundred smart speakers on sale nationwide, though it’s probably still wise to hurry and get your online or offline order in before the major retail quartet runs out of marked-down inventory.
Remember, you’re looking at a voice-activated, two-way conversational home automation hub here, capable of commanding audio services like Google Play Music, Spotify or Pandora, as well as browsing the web for quick answers to your hands-free questions, retrieving flight information, setting alarms and timers, alerting you of unusual traffic on the way to work, and of course, controlling smart light bulbs, plugs, switches, thermostats and so on.
Even at $100, Google Home also comes with six complimentary months of YouTube Red ad-free video streaming. But is all that enough to contend the soon-to-be-$140 Amazon Echo this “gift giving” season?
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