This Anker 2nd gen Astro E5 16,000mAh external battery pack was already down from £89.99 to £29.99. As if that wasn’t outrageous enough, you can chop off a further £6 with code BFDEALS1. That’s £23.99. Crazy.
The Asus Memo Pad 7 was selling for £119.99 at Currys not so long ago, but it’s currently £79 as part of the retailer’s Black Tag (Black Friday) promotion. Available in black, blue, red and white.
Tesco Direct has kindly shaved £100 off the price of the Apple iPad mini, in Space Grey, with 16GB storage, bringing it down to a slightly silly (in the best possible way) £149.
Black Friday madness is everywhere at the moment - not that we're complaining! Hit the blue words - yeah, these ones - for all the best Black Friday mobile deals in one handy feature, including SIM free mobiles, tablets, accessories and apps.
Here we're looking at Google Play, where you'll find up to 89% off 52 various Android apps, covering everything from education to games. Without further ado, let's rock.
Of all the iPhones over the years, the plastic-rockin’ iPhone 5c is the favourite of our Jan – that’s including the spanking new iPhone 6.
Alas, there’s bad news this week for our resident German/Irish maniac, as a couple of sources suggest iPhone 5c production will stop after less than two years in the wild.
As part of Amazon’s Black Friday Lightning Deals thingamajig, you can currently – until 6pm or stock runs out – grab the Pebble smartwatch for £74.99. That’s 25% off.
On the lookout for a gargantuan tablet? Look no further than the HP Slate 21 tablet PC, with a diagonal measurement more than twice that of the iPad. Using code BLACK6 (Black Friday strikes again!), you can bring the price down from £219 to £179.
Occasionally, the best way to grab a new phone – if you have the bucks lying around – is to buy the thing outright (‘SIM free’) and grab a tariff that simply gives you a SIM card and a monthly allowance (‘SIM only’). Or maybe your contract is up and you’re looking for the most cost effective way to keep your current phone in action before upgrading.
In either case, we’re looking at seven of the best UK SIM only deals at present, essentially one for each of the Big Four (Three, O2, Vodafone, EE), plus three MVNOs (mobile virtual network operators). Ready? Go!
The BlackBerry Passport is easily one of our favourite phones of the year, shoving top-of-the-range specs in an unashamedly weird body with a square display and three-row physical keyboard.
It remains to be seen if consumers will pay much attention, but BlackBerry is doing its damnedest to tout its latest and greatest, with an iPhone "Trade Up" program offering up to $600. Er, in North America, at least.
This Anker 40W 5-port USB charger was already down from £49.99 to £19.99, but using code BFDEALS1 (Black Friday, yeah!) you can make it more affordable still, at £15.99. Not too shabby at all.
Samsung has confirmed it’ll cut back on the number of individual Galaxy smartphone models next year, which means we’ll probably see less Galaxy Core Prime-esque dead weight.
Similarly, Sony says it’s renewing its smarphone focus, with profit becoming the top priority. I’m no CEO/CFO, but shouldn’t profit be the name of the game anyway, in this crazy cutthroat capitalist culture?
There’s something significantly more appealing about reading on a Kindle than a full-blown tablet (no offence, iPad), and here Argos is selling the New Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for £89 – that’s £20 off.
I penned 15 things you didn't know your iPhone could do a few months ago, but failed to include a classic – something that’s potentially rather useful if you suffer from signal problems.
I refer to showing your iPhone signal strength in numbers (dBm) rather than bars, but fortunately it’s still easily done in iOS 8.
AKG K452 high-performance on-ear headphones with in-line microphone, £24.99 delivered (was £79.99) @ Amazon
These AKG K452 on-ear headphones get pretty excellent feedback on Amazon (4.5/5 average after 90 reviews), and they’re currently selling for £24.99 instead of £79.99 as part of Amazon’s Black Friday Deals Week.
You have until 2pm today (though they’ll likely sell out before then) to grab these SoundMAGIC E30 earphones, currently £12 instead of £39.99 thanks to Amazon Black Friday madness.
We heard last week that Samsung was aiming to cut down on the number of smartphone models by 30% next year, but this year, this year there are still plenty of phones emerging from the proverbial pipeline.
The latest to get the stamp of approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime, and it’s exactly the kind of thing we probably won’t see in 2015.
This deal seems to be hit and miss, but cracking offer if it works for you. Apply code XX3FP6 at checkout and you should – hopefully – save £15 on the Tesco Hudl 2 from Tesco, bringing it down from £129 to £114.
Back in stock, and now available for home delivery! Using code ANDTAB20, you can knock £20 off the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 at Currys, bringing it down from £229.99 to £209.99. Nice!