Last year, we gave you our guide on How To Survive Black Friday, and this year, we figured we’d go the extra distance and tell you what deals you should go for! Since most Black Friday ads have already been leaked, we’ve gotten the chance to scour the lot of them for the best deals. Hit the jump to see the best tech deals Black Friday 2013 has to offer!
It seems like just yesterday Apple announced the new iPhone 5S and 5C, and just a month later the goose has laid yet another golden egg with the announcement of two new iPads. While we clearly saw both coming, the official announcement has generated a massive amount of excitement.
Now comes the question: should you buy the iPad Air? Hit the jump for your hand-tailored recommendation!
We hear your struggle! Anyone from iPhone 4 and 4S users to those who are tired of their Android phone: the question on your minds is “which new iPhone should I buy”? Well never fear, your custom-tailored recommendation is right here!
If you’ve never had a problem with a broken touchscreen on a smartphone, you’ve almost certainly gone to great lengths in order to achieve this feat. We’ve all experienced (or witnessed a friend experience) that time-slowing slip of the hand as the phone falls to its demise on a hard surface. Broken screens are a leading cause of phone replacement, and according to a recent study, even 23% of current iPhone users daily are dealing with a shattered screen. So what can be done about it?
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Ever since the release of the first iPad, the memory options have been fixed at three choices: 16, 32, or 64GB. These memory options and prices remained fixed with the release of each subsequent iPad, much to the dismay of content hoarders such as myself. However, the heavens have now opened up as Apple announced yesterday that they would begin to sell a new 128GB version of their full-size 4th Generation iPad. Hit the jump for more details.
If you’re on your cellphone constantly (we all are nowadays), chances are that you run into the issue of a dead battery at some point in your busy day. While Apple has done a great job of keeping battery life reliable as each generation of iPhone is released, sometimes it’s still not enough. Wouldn’t you like to change that?
Wanting to save the earth, but don’t know where to start? We’re always here to help you line the Earth (and your pockets) with more GREEN. As the new year beckons, we want to help you earn even more cash for your used gadgets!
MaxBack’s brand new feature rewards you for going green!
When you decide to print a pre-paid label from home and ship your electronics in a box that you already have, you’ll receive a $5.00 bonus!
All you have to do is choose to ‘Ship It Green’ during checkout. Once we inspect your gadget and confirm the sale, you’ll get paid the quoted price and the $5.00 Ship It Green bonus! Not a bad deal, eh?
We here in the electronics world understand your vices, America. We all have a constant urge to buy the latest and greatest right NOW, and if we can’t quite afford it, then we’ll wait till they sell at a ridiculously low price. It’s common knowledge that the lowest prices appear mere hours after we’ve stuffed our faces with more food than 15 Sudanese children will eat in a lifetime. This price reduction is a vicious and dangerous phenomenon we refer to as “Black Friday,” set to occur just a couple days from now. If you’re somewhat wary of the crowds, but still want some fantastic deals, here are some tips on surviving the post-turkey day madness.
Last week, Google introduced the world to the most promising full-size Android tablet to date: the Nexus 10, built by Samsung. This impressive new 10″ tablet boasts some amazing specifications that surprisingly blow Apple’s new iPad out of the water. Hit the jump to check out the specs of this exciting new device, and direct comparison to the iPad (4th Gen).
I’m sure by now you’ve probably heard all the buzz about the new iPad Mini, which went on pre-sale friday. What we haven’t mentioned yet is that Apple actually announced two new iPads this past tuesday; the second being an update of their flagship “new iPad.” Since Apple dropped the numbers from their nomenclature, we’ll refer to it as the “4th Gen iPad” or the “iPad with Retina Display” (this is the marketing they’re using in ads, fashioned after the successful new “Macbook Pro with Retina Display”).