By using the voucher code TDX-HGRP at the checkout, you can save around £15 compared to the next cheapest deal elsewhere. The circular screen makes it stand out compared to its competition, but sense of style is overshadowed by a slower processor and poor battery life. That said, it's definitely one of the more affordable smartwatches out there, if you're really desperate to own a companion device. Thanks to oddballjamie @ HUKD!
This latest deal from Amazon sees the Lumia 535 fall to £65, making it the cheapest offer for an unlocked handset by £10. The offer makes the Lumia 535 a better proposition for those looking for a low-cost Windows Phone, but the lackluster reviews suggest you should expect a budget experience for that budget price. Thanks to FantasyDeals @ HUKD!
While there have been several 3rd party apps available for some time, Google have finally launched a new way for Android users to find their lost phones. As long as the Google App installed, all you need to do is log into your Google account at a PC and type 'find my phone' in the search engine. It will then display the location and even allow you to call the phone so you can find it. It's worth noting that the feature will not lock the phone if you think it has been stolen, but that functionality is available if you use the Android Device Manager app.
In case you missed its arrival a few days ago, Blizzard's highly addictive (and equally frustrating) strategy card game is finally available for iPhone and and Android phones, meaning there's nowhere to hide from it now. The UI has reportedly been tweaked to comfortably fit on smaller screens, and those of you who download it will get a free back of cards for your trouble.
With the recent release of the Blackrock Mountain expansion, there's now plenty of content to get through regardless of whether you fancy playing against other players or again the AI. Head over to either the Apple or Android AppStore to download the game for free. Thanks to darkstryder360 @ HUKD for the heads-up!
If you've been eying up a Tom Tom Runner Cardio or Multi-Sport Cardio watch to assist you in your running race ventures, then this cashback offer from the manufactures may be of interest. All you need to do once you've bought one of the watches (currently £179.99 from Amazon) is to head to the cashback website, and then fill in your details on the purchase and the race you'll be taking part in. You'll get your entrance fee refunded up to the tune of £30.
As for the watch itself, the GPS-enabled Tom Tom Runner Cardio boasts accurate heart rate monitoring in a more durable build, although it is fairly bulky compared to its predecessor and isn't the cheapest device of its kind on the market.
Here's a deal we highlighted last week that has been made even better thanks to a handy voucher code. Just input the code 'TDX-KNHT' at the checkout screen and it knocks the price down by a tenner, making it the cheapest deal for both items by £40. The Lumia 530 isn't the best WinPhone on the market, but the Linx 7 is a fine piece of kit for its size and price point. There's a year's subscription of Office 365 thrown in as well if you're looking to do some work on the go. Thanks to BuzzDuraband @ HUKD!
Once again Amazon are giving away a collection of apps absolutely free, as long as you go through their own Appstore. Great games such as Plants Vs Zombies and Unmechanical are there, alongside a range of educational and utility software. Head over to the full list of free items to see what's available. Thanks to Dave @ HUKD!
Here's a fairly cheap PAYG sim card from GT Mobile, who operate as a MVNO via the O2 network. A £15 top-up gets you 6GB of data with unlimited calls and texts for 30 days, as well as free calls to 0800, 0808 & 0500 numbers and other GT mobile customers. If you do decide to get one, or are already a customer, you can enter a giveaway to win an iPhone 6, a Samsung Galaxy S5, an iPad Air 2, or year's worth of top-ups. Thanks to
If you're a mobile that's small, light, and pretty much just a phone, the Nokia Asha is worth a look. Amazon's current listing puts it as the cheapest price around by a tenner. It should be pointed out that it has no app store, no 3G for fast internet or GPS for maps, and it reportedly doesn't connect to bluetooth headsets, but as a call-only mobile it's not too shabby. Thanks to Adilafridi40 @ HUKD!
While the offer comes as a PAYG phone on Virgin Mobile, the phone is actually unlocked, meaning you can go with whoever you wish for your network needs. As such, it makes it the cheapest deal available by around £30. The re-released Moto G 2nd Gen. comes with 4G LTE, removing one of the biggest drawbacks from its otherwise well-received predecessor. The 8GB memory is a shame, but you can boost that by up to 32GB with a micro-SD card. Thanks to steve252 @ HUKD!
Three are once again offering PAYG sims with 500GB of data included for absolutely nothing. It lasts for 30 days from when you first activate the sim (or until until August 31st, whichever comes first) before you will need to top up your data allowance. It's certainly ideal if you are going abroad to one of the 18 countries enrolled in Three's Feel-At-Home program, as you'll be able to use that data as normal and make calls / send text at your standard rates. Thanks to ian18 @ HUKD!
We expect to find out more details when Milan Design Week kicks off tomorrow, but some interesting reports have emerged regarding the ASUS VivoWatch. The big news is that the fitness-centric watch will apparently have a battery life of 10 days, alongside a stainless steel body, an IP67 rating against dust and water, heart-rate monitoring, and sleep tracking.
There are a few notible changes from the ZenWatch though, including the use of ASUS' own operating system instead of Android, and the use of a black-and-white screen. With many other competitors offering similar products and features, success for the VivoWatch will come down to its pricing. Expect to learn that, alongside other details, in the next few days.
Here's a great (and cheap) way of adding a personal touch to your mobile or Sky TV remote. By using the voucher code FREESKIN at the checkout you can upload any picture - be it from your computer or most social network sites - and you only pay the delivery charge. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go and get a skin of this picture. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD!
The listing states it comes with a Sainsbury's Mobile PAYG sim, but the phone itself is reportedly not locked to the network, meaning you put in any sim card you wish. Admittedly it isn't the greatest phone, and it slows down significantly once apps are installed on the internal memory (so you'll absolutely want to by a micro SD card for it.) That said, it's a great introduction to smartphones for not quite ready to spend big money on the big name brands. Thanks to nandito39 @ HUKD!
If you're looking Samsung's latest addition to the Galaxy series without a network provider tied to it, this deal from Currys is currently the cheapest way. All you need to do is use the voucher code BEKO10% at the checkout and you'll save £50 over the next best offer. Thanks to Ashamuk @ HUKD!
If you've had your eye on the Pi Model B you'll want to take a look at this belter from The Pi Hut as you'll be able to grab it for £12 delivered! Click here.
What is the Model B? "Model B is the higher-spec variant of the Raspberry Pi, with 512 MB of RAM, two USB ports and a 100mb Ethernet port. It’s our most popular model: you can use it to learn about computing; to power real-world projects (like home breweries,arcade machines, musical root vegetables, robot tanks and much more); as a web server; a bitcoin miner; or you can just use it to play Minecraft".
If you're after a cheap USB 3.0 drive then eBuyer's price for this 16GB stick is definitely worth a look. Admittedly you have to select the Super Saver delivery option, which take 'within 5 working days,' but it's still a great price compared to the next cheapest deals out there.
Apple's latest device is now available for pre-order from the Apple Store website. Demand for the wearable companion device are expected to be high, with delivery dates for the 42mm reportedly being pushed to May - a fair few weeks past the official April 24th release date. Prices start from £299 and go all the way up to an eye-watering £12,000 for the Watch Edition.
Early reviews have praised its user experience and sense of style, but criticized the poor performance of certain apps, especially those with location services. For the full list of prices and variants available head over to the Apple Store website.
Belkin are currently running the voucher code BBUK40 which knocks 40% off selected cables and charging solutions. Admittedly, you can probably get cheaper alternatives elsewhere, but if you're after Belkin products specifically - which are generally good quality items - this will give you some of the cheapest prices for items like the Dual Car Charger with USB to Lightning cable (which falls to £20.99) or the Micro USB to Lighting adaptor (which falls to £11.99). Head over to the Belkin Store for a complete list of items on offer. Thanks to goonertillidie for the find!
A version for Apple devices has been around for some time, but Logitech has now released a new version of its Keys-to-go wireless keyboard compatible for devices running on Android 4.1 and higher, and Windows 7 and higher. The lightweight keyboard reportedly has a battery that can last up to 3 months before needing a recharge, and features FabricSkin surface that is water-repellant, so unintended (or intended) spills won't mean the end of your keyboard. It even comes with a handy smartphone stand to dock your devices into.