Over at Rakuten, Expansys have some great bargains on Nexus 7 2012 cases! You really can't go wrong for under 50p! They come in either dark grey, pink or blue and are made from lightweight and durable polymer, so should protect your tablet nicely without making it overly bulky. Delivery is included in the price on a 4-6 day service.
Pre-order the LG G4 Leather on O2 with 3GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts for £31pm via Mobiles.co.uk
To get this deal, you will need scroll down the page to find the correct plan, Don't forget to enter the code BANKHOL during the checkout stage, which removes the £20 handset price!
The specifications on the G4 leather backed handset are very impressive and have scored it some very good reviews so far . As LG's latest flagship device, the G4 sits up there with the HTC M9 and Samsung S6. Definitely worth considering! Specifications can be found Here
Asda are having a sale in selected stores on the Google Nexus 7 2013 tab. It may be worth phoning your local to save you a trip!
The Nexus 7 tablet (2013) has a full HD IPS panel, which gives us 323 pixels per inch on the 7.02" screen. The 2013 model is capable of capturing full HD video footage at 30fps, which is a nice upgrade from the previous model. The 2013 revision of the Nexus 7 carries some well deserved upgrades over the older device, although it's battery life does seem to be lacking. The extra 1GB ram (totalling 2GB), 1.5GHz quad core cpu and the increased resolution will obviously play a part in all of that. Strangely the 2013 model was given a smaller battery, while adding more demanding components. Either way, the tablet as a whole is very well received and is a bargain at these prices.
Thanks to eacesar over at @HUKD who spotted this in the London Roehampton store!
The Desire 510 has been up and down in price over the last month or two, although has now hit the £70 mark. It's not an upgrade offer and there is no need to purchase a top up voucher in order to get the offer price! Okay 480 x 854 isn't the best resolution, although the handset does represent pretty good value for money in other areas.
- OS - Android 4.4 KitKat
- 4G Enabled
- Screen size 4.7" 480 x 854 - 208ppi.
- Camera - 5 mega-pixel
- Micro SD slot
- CPU - Quad-core 1.2 GHz
Thanks samnai @HUKD for the tip
As long as you don't mind being locked to Sainsbury's Mobile - which is an MVNO over the Vodafone network - this offer for the Alcatel Pixi 3 for just £20 is a great deal for those who want a secondary 4G smartphone. What makes this such an interesting device is how users can choose between which OS they want to use, with Android, WinPhone, and FireFox all compatible. Thanks to normal @ HUKD!
The HP UK Store is currently running a Bank Holiday sale, and you can save an extra 15% on selected items by using the voucher code SPRING15 at the checkout. Here's a full list of the items the code will work with:
- Save 15% on all HP Pavilion and ENVY Desktop PCs
- Save 15% on all HP x2 2-in-1 Laptops
- Save 15% on all HP Android Tablets
- Save 15% on HP Chromebooks and Chromebox
- Save 15% on all HP Accessories from the home range
- Save 15% on HP Streambooks
Thanks to millarcat @ HUKD!
If you're looking for a cheap Android tablet, you probably won't do much better than this offer. This eBay listing will save you around £30 over the next cheapest deal elsewhere. Admittedly, the Medion LifeTab has its flaws, with its screen lacking consistent responsiveness and having a lacklustre build quality, but the HD display is commendable and the battery life is excellent. There's even a microSD port as well, meaning you can boost your storage space up to 64GB. Thanks to BuzzDuraband @ HUKD!
While we had already figured it was on the cards, it appears Apple have spoiled their own surprise by mistakenly confirming the existence of the iPhone 6c. It's all due to an image on the Apple Store listing for the iPhone Lightning Dock, which includes a picture of an iPhone for demonstrative purposes. However, while the device in question appears to have the same colourful plastic case of the iPhone 5c, it also includes the TouchID fingerprint reader as well - something that was never included in the 5c range when it was released back in 2013.
With Apple's continued push of its Apple Pay features it makes sense that the TouchID functionality would be made a universal feature of all iPhone products, but the unintended publication of the image will no doubt have spoiled the party for the folks in Cupertino (or, at the very least, has got someone in trouble.) We expect we will get official confirmation of both the iPhone 6c and the 6s this September when Apple do their next big press conference.
[Via The Guardian]
Vodafone have dropped the Xperia Z3 to just £300 for the bank holiday weekend! Which is currently over £70 cheaper than anywhere else. The spec list isn't to be sniffed at either, with a 5.2" screen, 20.7 mega-pixel camera, 3GB of RAM and quad core CPU running at 2.5GHz! The handset is of course well known for it's waterproof properties which along with the Z3 spec sheet, makes for a meaty bit of kit. Sony have faced criticism in the past over fairly regular handset releases with minimal changes under the hood. A fantastic upgrade especially if you have been waiting a while for a good deal to come around!
Check out the spec list Here
Thanks chriskrt @HUKD!
The price for the ZTE Blade S6 seems to be dropping to the £170 mark every now and then, and it's Amazon's turn to do so this time, making this deal a notable one for Prime members. The Blade S6 isn't exactly a looker, with critics panning its lacklustre casing, but it more than makes up for it some great performance under the hood, powered by Android's Lollipop OS. It also features dual-sim functionality, which is ideal for those of you with a second sim card. Thanks to underscore77 @ HUKD!
The EE Power Bar initiative has been doing well since it began last month, with EE customers able to swap their used portable charging units for full ones at their nearest store for a one-time fee of 35p. With EE being the technology partner for this year's Glastonbury festival - as well as providing a 4G network for the site - they have announced that they will be bringing the Power Bar scheme along as well, expecting over 200,000 swaps to take place.
Considering how the Power Bars were originally trialled at last year's festival, it's a smart move by EE to bring it back for another year to help ease the queues to traditional charging stations. That said, the scheme will still only be available on the cheap to EE customers, as other network users will have to pay £20 for the privilege.
Now, while that isn't too bad a price for an endless exchange of Power Bars, the Mobot top tip for the day would be to get hold of an EE sim card for cheap. Here's a couple of sim-only deal suggestions to get your own Power Bars for just 35p:
Tesco are brought back their offer for the 8GB version of the Kindle Fire HD 7, bringing the price back down to £69. It beats the next cheapest deal by over a tenner. Alternatively, if you want a bit more space (which might be worth considering as you can't upgrade the storage) you can spend an extra £20 and get the 16GB version. To get it at that price you have to use the voucher code TDX-WRTX at the checkout. The Kindle Fire HD 7 might not have a quality feel to it, but its impressive screen and speakers make up for it. Thanks to BuzzDuraband @ HUKD!
Unsurprisingly support for the CS2 has now ceased to exist due to it's old age. Meaning that we can now get our hands on a pretty neat bundle of software free of charge! CS2 includes a lot of great tools that could make your life that little bit easier, especially if you happen to be running running an older system. The suite of course includes and old but still very useful version of Photoshop!
Products available are:
Acrobat 3D 1.0 for - Windows
Acrobat Standard 7.0 - Windows
Acrobat Pro 7.0 - Windows
After Effects - Mac/Windows
Audition 3.0 - Mac/Windows
GoLive CS2 - Mac/Windows
InCopy CS2 - Mac/Windows
InDesign CS2 - Mac/Windows
Photoshop CS2 - Mac/Windows
Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 - Windows
Asus Transformer Pad TF103CX 10.1" Tablet 8GB can be had for £89.99 from Tesco Direct. The Transformer tablet features an IPS LED screen with resolution of 1280 x 800, which replicates colours better and has greater viewing angles than other panel types. With the Intel Atom quad core CPU clocked at 1.33Ghz along side the 1GBb of ram, the 8GB Asus Transformer really is great bang for buck right now. Full Specs here
You will need to add the tablet it to your basket and use code TDX-WRTX to drop £20 off the £109 price tag. It may not be the highest spec tablet out there, but is certainly a fantastic choice at this price point! If 8gb isn't quite enough for you, you can also get your hands on a Kingston class 10 64gb Micro SDXC card with adapter for £16.99 delivered to expand the Transformer tablet to it's maximum capacity.
Thanks to BuzzDuraband over @ HUKD for the heads up!
CDKeys are perhaps best known for selling game keys, although as part of their Daily Deals they have dropped £13.01 from the RRP!
To get the above price make sure you use the CDKeys Facebook 5% discount code, after the checkout process you should receive the gift card code via Email. You can use the iTunes credit to expand your collection of movies, music and applications.
Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
There are listings for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 that are slightly cheaper, but what makes this offer worth highlighting is that by collecting the item from your local Argos you can get £30 worth of vouchers to spend of anything else. Just to clarify - you must purchase it for collection - not for delivery - to quality for the vouchers, with the offer ending on June 3rd. As for the item itself, the cameras on the Galaxy Tab 4 aren't great, but otherwise it's a decent Android tablet, especially at this price. Thanks to millarcat @ HUKD!
If you're looking a powerful and affordable multimedia streaming device, the Amazon Fire stick may be for you. Unlike some other streaming devices, the Fire stick comes bundled with a remote, although you chose to install the free application on both iOS and Android devices and share content from your mobile device to your big screen!
There are of course plenty of FREE applications to feast your eyes on. These include BBC iPlayer, Youtube and Demand 5, as well as many other applications and games! See here for the current list. You really don't have to be a paid subscriber to enjoy the Fire stick, although you can of course access your Netflix and Amazon's own Prime Video service.
If you don't have a Prime subscription Amazon have you covered, as they include a 30-day Prime trial, which gives you access to Prime video as well as unlimited one day deliveries on a huge range of items.
- Max output resolution: 1080p
- Storage: 8GB
- RAM: 1GB
- CPU: Dual-Core
- Connectivity: Dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi, 802.11 b/g/n
Thanks to GHAZI786 @ HUKD for the tip!
Here's a great deal for those of you looking to expand the storage capacity on your smartphone. The offer from Base beats the next cheapest deal elsewhere by around £3. With it being a Class 10 card you can expect great read and write speeds, making this listing a worthwhile suggestion for those of you looking to boost up the memory capacity on your smartphone.
If you're looking to get a pay-monthly contract from Vodafone in the near future, then this voucher code should be of great interest to you. We had thought it was expired, but it turns out that all Vodafone have done is knock the 15% off 24-month contracts down to 10% when you order from their website. Just put in the code 24MonthsILS at the checkout to claim your discount. Alternatively, if you only want a 12-month contract the discount remains 15%, so hopefully you'll be able to get a good deal no matter what contract duration you're after. Thanks to crocodileniall @ HUKD for the heads-up!
Earlier today LG unveiled the next pair of smartphones to join the G4 range – the G4 Stylus and the G4c. While the G4 Stylus will aim to provide a quality phablet experience, the G4c will offer a more budget experience.