If you’re looking for a more ringing endorsement for enlisting a VPN provider, look no further than the countries fighting against their use. In recent months, both Russia and China have taken strong stances against VPNs. China even asked Apple to remove VPN services from China’s App Store, according to Reuters. Countries intent on controlling and restricting the internet see VPNs for what they are: a way to travel cyberspace unshackled and uncensored. You can attain that level of freedom with a lifetime of ZenMate Premium service for just $ 49.99, an over 90 percent savings off its regular price, thanks…
Nowadays, there are several ways to watch content on your TV if you don’t like using a set-top box. Smart TVs are one way to go, but they do have some downsides. For one, you’re stuck with whatever software that comes with the TV, so you can’t pick the platform you like best or that’s most compatible with your devices. Then there’s also the fact that the software on your smart TV will probably become outdated much sooner than the actual hardware will, so you’re left with the prospect of buying an expensive new television just to get more up-to-date software.
Last May, Verizon thought it would be a good idea to start selling a $ 350 Android Wear smartwatch. Several months later, it discontinued the Wear24, and the leftovers have been popping up at a steep discount ever since. Today, the Wear24 has hit an all-time low price of just $ 50. That’s $ 300 less than the original price.
The Wear24 is mostly the same spec-wise as any other “premium” Wear device right now.
Up until July of this year, Klipsch’s Groove speaker was more often than not found for its original $ 149.99 price on Amazon, but since then, the price has more or less plummeted. We spotted at $ 69.99 in mid-July but it has continued to drop a little bit further since. Today it’s just $ 49.99, a whole $ 100 off what it used to sell for a few months ago.
Although it’s a tiny speaker (4.56″ H x 5.51″ W x 2.65″D), the Groove has a 3″ full range driver, two side-firing passive radiators, has an amp output of 10W (maybe take that with a grain of salt?) and a frequency response of 65Hz-22KHz.
I only have one TV at home and I made my decision and went with an NVIDIA SHIELD TV. But if you’re still wondering about ways to bring some streaming and smart capabilities to your TV for cheap, you have many options nowadays ranging from the Chromecast to the Amazon Fire Stick and the Roku devices. The latter are often praised for their integration with many streaming services (including Amazon Prime Video and Google Play Movies, how ’bout that?) and for their simple interface and private listening mode.
It’s a little difficult to find quality Bluetooth headphones in the sub-$ 100 range, but Jabra’s Move Wireless headphones have always been a good bet. For Black Friday, its price has been slashed to just half of its MSRP at just $ 49.99. You’d be hard-pressed to find a better pair of wireless headphones for that price.
The Move Wireless is a great all-around headset. Its lightweight build sports 40mm drivers, producing clean sound, as well as media controls.
Roku unveiled a new product line in August of last year, which included the Premiere and Premiere+ as the mid-range and higher-end models, respectively. Both of them were replaced by the Streaming Stick and Stick+ last month, but the Premiere+ is still a great device. Now you can get it from Best Buy for $ 49.99, a $ 50 reduction from the original price.
The Premiere+ is a 4K-capable streaming box with support for HDR.
Yes, you’re reading that right – the Essential Phone (and its 360 Camera mod) are already getting another price drop, courtesy of Best Buy. Less than two weeks after the phone’s official price drop to $ 499 (or $ 300 with the friends and family discount), Best Buy has dropped the Essential Phone’s price by another $ 50 to $ 449.99. Plus, it’s offering the 360 Camera, which has an MSRP of $ 199.99, for just $ 49.99.