Best Buys and Amazon both have their Cyber Monday sales going with everything from TVs, which are standard for Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, to computers, tablets, Android phones, and pretty much everything else. Depending on what you're looking for, one of these sites should have it.
Before all the anarchy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday arrived, we reported on Nvidia and their plans to drop the price of their Shield Android TV unit for both days. Depending on whether you wanted to buy one in an actual store or online, you were going to be able to pick one up for $150 including the free Shield Remote.
Since today is Black Friday, it would be strange if we didn't have something going on in our own store. Usually we feature a product or two in our Daily Deals articles, but today we are featuring the entire store instead. For today only, you can use our promo code to get an additional 15% off of pretty much anything in our store.
Black Friday is well under way now and depending on what you're looking for, there's probably a deal for it to be found. Amazon has been holding their Black Friday sales all week, making for a sort of Black Fri-week sale instead. Of course the bulk of their best deals are today. This will be a constantly updating list of some of the best Black Friday deals going on at different retailers.
Back in the day if you were a kid then having a View-Master was sort of like having the 'thing to have' that every kid wanted. Mattel recently brought the View-Master back into the spotlight by making it into a Virtual Reality headset. While this new version of the View-Master was decently priced already, both Amazon and Wal-Mart have lowered the price of it to under $20.
Black Friday is officially a week away and like the past few years Amazon has begun their sales early, changing Black Friday into Black Fri-week-long-sale-day that is a week early. So for the next week before the actual Black Friday, Amazon will have a bunch of Black Friday style deals going on, with new ones starting every 5 minutes.
Today's DroidGamers Deals feature two products that you can use a special code on to get an additional 10% off the listed price as part of an early Black Friday sale on our store. As we get closer to Christmas, we will be posting more gift ideas as well for the discerning gamer/geek like we all are here.
It's time to jump back into the deals after a couple of days break with a deal for an LG G3 that comes with 1yr of Unlimited Talk & Text from FreedomPop. With everything that this deal comes with, you will be saving somewhere a little over $750 if you decide to pick one up, either for yourself or for someone else for Christmas.
Nvidia has released a new promotional video for their Android Shield TV unit but unlike the usual commercials that get released, this one is a bit different. This features a man with a crafted living room, complete with a couch, a cat, TV, and the Shield TV, falling 10,000 feet through the sky. While he's tumbling towards the ground below, he plays a few games on the Shield TV.
In other hardware news that doesn't deal with plummeting through the sky to your death, Walmart has begun selling an Android smartphone that costs $10. Actually the exact price is $9.82, which depending on the sales tax in your area, is just over the $10 mark. Here in Las Vegas, that means it'll cost around $10.60.
With news coming out yesterday that the Forge TV is no longer for sale on Google's Store, everyone has been speaking the inevitable doom of the company's set-top box. We mentioned it didn't make sense that after Razer's purchase of Ouya that they would just simply let their Android TV initiative die and that perhaps they were getting ready for a new release for the Forge TV or another similar device. As it turns out, that could be exactly what they are doing.