Manufacturers are always looking for ways to sell more of their products. And often times will drop the price of their products for a limited time only. It's our job to make sure everyone is aware of these price drops, and we do so every single day. However, everyone's busy during the week. So here are your top 10 deals you may have missed during the week but are still live and going strong today.
Google Nexus 5X – $279
Google's Nexus 5X is the smaller of the two Nexus devices that debuted in 2015. It's original price was $379 for the 16GB model, and has since dropped to $299 at many retailers. However, eBay is selling it for as low as $279 and they are including free shipping. Making it a massive savings over the Google Store pricing.Google Nexus 5X
Amazon Fire Tablet – $39
Amazon's Fire Tablet was already a pretty amazing buy, coming in at $49.99. However, Amazon is currently offering it through the end of today (that's February 13th) for just $39. It may not seem like a huge price difference, but that is around 20% off the regular price. The Amazon Fire Tablet is a great tablet to pick up for reading, watching movies on the go, and even a bit of gameplay.Amazon Fire Tablet
IT Security & Ethical Hacking Certification Training – $29
Over on the Android Headlines Store, we are offering an IT Security and Ethical Hacking bundle of courses that will help you get ready for the certification tests. If you're in IT, or looking to get into information technology, this is the perfect bundle to pick up. It'll be on sale for $29.99 through the end of today only (that's February 13th), so you'll want to hurry and grab it before it's gone.
LG G4 – $369
Earlier this week, the LG G4 had dropped to an all-time low of $329 over on eBay. It's no longer that price, but it's sitting at $369 right now, which is still lower than anywhere else on the internet. This is a brand new LG G4 as well, not a refurbished or used model, and it also comes with the manufacturer warranty. Great for those that might be a bit paranoid that something may happen to their device.
Sennheiser PXC 450 Headphones – $229
Sennheiser also had a pair of their headphones on sale this week, in the PXC 450. These are coming in at $229 right now, that's nearly half off, coming from their regular price of $449. Sennheiser is known for their great headphones, in both sound quality and comfort. The Sennheiser PXC 450 are no exception here.
LG Watch Urbane – $179
Another great smartwatch here, the LG Watch Urbane is on sale this week coming in at $179. Also making it a fantastic buy, seeing as the price for this has mostly been hovering between $230-260. The LG Watch Urbane is LG's latest Android Wear smartwatch, it does come with a genuine leather band, that can also be swapped out pretty easily.
August Smart Lock – $149
Not necessarily a smartphone, but the August Smart Lock is a great piece of kit to bring into your home and start making it a smart home. The August Smart Lock works pretty nicely with your lock and allows you to unlock your door with your smartphone. Additionally, you can give others limited time access to your home through the free app on Android and iOS.
Hisense Chromebook C12 – $149
This Chromebook from Hisense is a relatively inexpensive Chromebook and has an 11.6-inch display. It's on sale now for $149, not a huge drop from their $169 price, but still a nice drop. It runs Chrome OS, and can do just about anything you need it to do. Including browsing the web, importing pictures and much more.
Audio-Technica ATH-ANC9 Headphones – $135
Like Sennheiser, Audio-Technica is also well known for their headphones and other audio products. They have a fantastic pair of headphones here that are active noise cancelling and are on sale for $135, nearly a third of their regular price of $349. These are also brand new and not a refurbished pair.
Sphero BB8 – $129
If you're a Star Wars fan, you're going to love this one. The Sphero BB8 is an app-enabled Droid. So you can control the BB8 from your smartphone. It can also listen and respond to just you, and not other people. It also includes holographic messaging along with it. Making for an authentic experience. And if you haven't already checked out Star Wars: The Force Awakens, now is the time to do so.