It will also be receiving an update later this summer, which will give you a bunch of new features not included in the current version of the operating system, including the Android Market. $99 is a great deal. It will be interesting to see how many units they sell now.
Walgreens is now going to be selling a cheap Android tablet, along with all of their usual holiday crap. Maylong has introduced the Maylong M-150 Android tablet. A Walgreen’s exclusive. It’s only available for purchase online for $99 from Walgreens.
The Android based tablet will sport a 7 inch LCD resistive touch screen, Android 1.6, an ARM9 cpu, 256MB DDR, WIfi, an 800×480 pixel display, speakers, and an SD card slot. So who’s getting a $99 tablet with the prescription drugs and chocolates?
We already heard that the legacy Xbox 360 consoles will have a price cut with the introduction of the new Xbox 360 slim. And now Walmart wants to tempt you with a Father’s Day bundle. Until June 20th, you can purchase a newly priced $149 Xbox 360 Arcade and get a $50 Walmart eGift card.
The card is only usable on Walmart.com and Samsclub.com. You also get two free games (Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts and Viva Piñata), a wireless controller, and 256MB of memory included in Microsoft’s Spring Bundle. So you can get a console that cost $199 a few days ago for $99.
With all of the hype surrounding the iPad in the past couple of days, here’s something you might have missed. A page on Apple’s Web site dealing with Battery Replacement. According to the FAQs if your iPad dies “due to the battery’s diminished ability to hold an electrical charge,” Apple will replace it for you for a fee. $99 plus shipping, which comes out to $105.95 per unit.
That’s right. For a $99 service fee, they’ll send you a replacement iPad. Of course it won’t have your data, but if you sync it with your computer you already have it all. It’s a surprisingly generous solution from Apple.
CherryPal’s latest netbook is named Africa and will cost you just $99. Some specs include a 7-inch display, 400MHz processor, 256MB memory, 2GB flash storage, and either Linux or Windows CE.
The company claims that you’ll get about four hours use on the included Lithium battery. The company has also introduced its online store so you won’t have to get your CherryPal PC elsewhere. If you are looking for a small and slow budget PC, here ya go.
It ain’t easy getting all of the cool toys you want in this economy. But Walmart aims to make it a little easier if you’ve been waiting to get a BlackBerry 9700 on Monday. The outfit is currently running a promotion from November 14th to the 20th where you’ll get a $100 Walmart gift card with every BlackBerry purchase.
No, it isn’t actual cash and it will take 4 to 6 weeks to get the card, but it’s still a sweet deal. And it’s as close as you’ll come to getting the BlackBerry 9700 for $99.99. Just be aware that the 2-year T-Mobile contract still applies. Consider it an early Christmas gift.
All you want for Christmas is an iPhone for yourself right? But it’s too expensive, what with all of the other gifts you need to buy. How does an 8GB iPhone 3GS for $99 sound?
This one resides in rumor territory for now, but word is that Apple is toying with the idea of releasing the device for $99 in an effort to combat Motorola’s DROID. A cheaper iPhone 3GS is always welcomed, even if it is just an 8GB version, at least it gives users another option.
Here’s some good news for Pre fans who haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet. The newest Best Buy ad shows the handset on sale for just $99 on a two-year contract. That’s $100 less than the previous price. The timing is interesting. This comes just a few days after Sprint CEO Dan Hesse said that “it’s too early to tell” if the Pre’s a hit.
Well, this should put his mind at ease and boost sales. The question is, is this just a one-week sale or a permanent price drop? You better grab one quick, just in case.
We told you back in April that Blu-ray players for $99 would be hitting this year. Here’s the first. The latest Curtis Mathes offering, the CMMBX130. Offered by Meijer, this new Blu-ray player can play 1080p Blu-ray discs and will even upscale regular DVDs. Outputs include an optical digital audio, composite and HDMI 1.3.
Some other specs include a 24-bit 192kHz audio converter, a BroadCom 7440 processor and an 11-bit 108MHz digital-to-analog convertor. It also features an Ethernet jack for downloading firmware updates.
You folks who have been putting off the purchase of a new Blu-ray player can finally lay down your money and get a great deal if you hold off just a little while longer. Say, around Christmas. That’s when the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) will make the technology and licensing available to manufacturers in China, which means the usual. Cheap products. Hopefully you pick one that is quality as well as cheap.
Around that time you should see affordable $99 Blu-ray players hitting the market. What’s the poor PS3 gonna do when it isn’t the cheapest Blu-ray player anymore? Shake a tin cup at you as you enter Gamestop? This also means that prices for Blu-ray discs should lower some.
The first Dell-branded, ZINK-enabled product is official. And it looks much nicer then past attempts. The Wasabi PZ310 ultra-mobile printer will instantly produce 2- x 3-inch prints, well not instantly, but in under a minute. Users with Bluetooth capable handsets can send images for printing with just a few clicks of a button.
The device measures just 4.8- x 2.8- x 0.9-inches, and you can get one in black, pink and blue flavors. Get one now for the $99 promotional price. You never know when it will rise back up to $149.
Looks like the touch screen BlackBerry Storm has dropped to $99 on Amazon with no rebate required. Previously the price had been $249.99 with a $100 rebate, which brought the total to $149.99. It’s probably a result of Amazon competing against Verizon’s own buy one get one free sale going on through March 31, 2009.
If you don’t need two BlackBerry Storms, then why not head over to Amazon and get one for $99 (after a 2 year new subscriber agreement). I guess this should make anyone who wants one very happy.
So, you’ve been waiting for the iPhone to hit Walmart, so you can stock up on paper towels, buy a DVD and throw an iPhone in your squeaky cart all at once. Well you’re in luck assuming you didn’t get killed by greedy shoppers during black Friday. Looks like Apple will begin selling the iPhone at Wal-Marts on December 28th.
Wal-Mart employees are apparently already receiving training on iPhone activation. Today Boy Genius Report claims that Apple may be reintroducing the 4GB iPhone to be sold at Wal-Mart for only $99 with a two year contract. They aren’t completely confident about the report, so it should be taken with a grain of salt. However, the Walmart training materials pictured above have been seen so that suggests there is some truth to it.