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Groupon is offering the 32GB Eye-Fi Mobi SDHC Class 10 Wireless Memory Card for $80 with free shipping and free returns. It goes for $100 elsewhere. Groupon also offers the 16GB for $60 which goes for $67 at Amazon. Limit 3 for you and 2 more as gifts. Offer ends by 12/1/13 at 1am ET or earlier if sold out.
Speaking of Groupon, you can score a first generation new condition 7" 16GB Google Nexus 7 android tablet for $120 with free ship, free returns, 1yr ASUS warranty (limit 3).
If you are a cloud fan and Amazon ecosystem fan, their new flagship the 8.9 inch Kindle Fire HDX with its pixel-peeping 2560x1600 resolution is instock and shipping at Amazon starting at $380 for the base model (16GB, no memory cards, Wifi only, Special Offers). The models without Special Offers cost $15 more (or you can remove them later for a one time fee of $15)
Speaking of Amazon, if you are a digital imaging early adopter and/or tester, the Cyberlink Photo Director 5 Ultra is a lightning deal special until 1pm ET. It goes for $50. As of 11:23am ET, it is 100% claimed but you can join the Waiting List.
As of a 6:51pm ET recheck, this is sold-out and dead as a doornail... For future specials, stay tuned to the eBay Daily Deals... Expired post after the jump for the deal historians...
The pre-order party continues with the new 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HDX tablet with a 2560 by 1600 screen resolution with 339 PPI and 100% sRGB. That does not sound bad for looking at photographs! Pre-order prices start at $380 (16GB on-board, Wifi only, with Special Offers). The 4G LTE options cost $100 more. Going from 16GB to 32GB to 64GB is $50 more at each hop (versus $100 more with the iPads). They are expected to start shipping mid-October 2013 (depending on the model and specs).
The new 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX cannot match the 2560x1600 resolution of the 8.9-inch model, but it offers 1920 by 1200 with 323 PPI and 100% sRGB. Prices start at $230.
The new Microsoft Surface 2 tablets, including the full Windows 8 Surface Pro 2 tablet are now available for pre-order at the The Microsoft Store. The Pro 2 starts at $900 and goes up to $1800 for the model with the 512GB solid state drive. They were announced yesterday. Shipping is expected to begin October 21 in 2013.
Yesterday we mentioned the Kindle Fire deals, but we don't want the Nook fans to feel left out! Barnes and Noble is offering a free $20 B&N gift card when you purchase any one of their Nook HD and HD+ tablets or e-ink readers. This is good online or in-store. Online buyers will receive a $20 electronic gift card. Store buyers will receive a $20 plastic gift card. Limit five gift cards during this promotion which expires 9/2/13.
The prices are good on their own, before you even consider the $20 gift card. The 9-inch Nook HD+ with its memory card slot (unlike the iPad/Nexus/Kindle tablets) goes for $150 and it may not be a bad idea as a photographer's "assistant" or portable portfolio. The latest Nooks now have official access to the Google Play store, so you can use your existing Android apps and not have to worry about the Nook app system. The Google Play access will come when you turn on the device and it looks for the latest firmware update.
There is some confusion as to the future of Barnes and Noble tablets, but having access to Google Play inoculates against most of the risks since you can use the Google Play apps and ignore the Nook apps ecosystem.
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The new 7-inch Android reference tablet is now shipping! The 16GB version of the Nexus 7 FHD (second generation) is now in-stock for $230 at Amazon by Amazon. The 32GB version is expected to be released on July 28. Both 16GB and 32GB are in-stock at Best Buy online and via Store Pickup. Store Pickup availability may vary store by store and region to region.
The GameStop website has both the 16GB version and 32GB version in-stock at their starting prices of $230 and $270. You can check on their website whether its available in a local store near you - YMMV by zipcode/region.
I haven't found the 4G version yet. It looks like it will come out at a later time.
Adorama has an interesting bundle, for $688 with free shipping, you can get the Sony NEX-5R w/18-55 _and_ the 32GB Google Nexus 7 Android tablet. Just add the bundle to the shopping cart and the price will be adjusted in the shopping cart... Research the camera using the Sony NEX-5R reviews list.
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Adorama is automatically including the Canon MP320 inkjet photo all-in-one printer for FREE when you purchase the 32GB Google Nexus 7 android tablet for $245 with free shipping. No coupon is needed. The promotion is good while you see it mentioned at the aforelinked page. When you add the Nexus 7 to the shopping cart, the Canon MP320 is added automatically. You can research it using its product page (58 reviews with 4.2 out of 5, but don't add it to cart from this page!)
If all is well, you should see this in your shopping cart:
Tablets are getting better and as such, they are finding more uses for photographers, from digital picture frames, to mobile portfolios, to being digital assistants or even part of the workflow. With that in mind, Woot has launched a Tablets Sale featuring models from many manufacturers. For Android purists, they have the refurbished 32GB Google Nexus 10 for $380. For Apple fans, they have the refurbished 64GB Mini for $450. Other models by ASUS, LG, Motorola and Samsung are included. Some are new-condition, some are refurbished - check the individual product pages for details. Shipping is a flat $5. Promotion expires 5/31/13 at 9am CT or earlier if sold out.
For a number of people, tablets can also take on the role of a digital picture frame, at least if you don't want 24x7 digital picture frame coverage. New discounts went live today as follows:
+ $20 off 7-inch Kindle Fire HD with coupon code FIRE4MOM at Amazon. Prices start at $180 for the 16GB 7-inch With Special Offers model
+ 7-inch Nook HD for $150 OR 9-inch Nook HD+ for $180
+ the 9-inch for $180 is the best deal per screen real estate, $30 more get you two more diagonal inches
+ no coupon code needed
+ Nook HD and HD+ are getting the Google Play app-store, so you can use all the apps you bought at the Google Play store without having to buy them again and without having to deal with hacking and rooting and such
+ promotion is automatically stackable with the $25 off once-per-year discount if you are a Barnes & Noble member (if you are logged on to your B&N account) [the once-a-year $25 off is only for current year memberships. Memberships that get renewed will no longer have this benefit]
+ both promotions expire 5/12/13 or earlier if sold-out/expired/etc
On the tablets front (which can serve as digital picture frames as well), Amazon has officially dropped the prices of their 8.9 inch Kindle Fire HD models as follows:
+ 16GB 8.9" Kindle Fire HD (Wifi, Special Offers) for $270
+ 32GB 8.9" Kindle Fire HD (Wifi, Special Offers) for $300
+ 32GB 8.9" Kindle Fire HD 4G LTE (Wifi _and_ 4G LTE, Special Offers) for $400
+ the models _without_ the Special Offers cost $15 more
This is a new wave of shopping, perhaps of interest to boldly-going early-adopters of online shopping technology. American Express and Twitter have launched a new program where you can sync your American Express credit card with your Twitter account, and you can purchase special deals by tweeting! One of the specials is the Sony Action Cam AS10 with the VCTGM1 headband offered for $180 (plus tax where applicable) with free 2-day shipping. When you compare prices to authorized Sony dealers (eg Amazon), you are essentially getting the $30 VCTGM1 headband for free. The promotion ends on 3/3/13 or earlier if sold out.
Also participating in the promotion is the 7" Kindle Fire HD with Offers for $150 instead of its standard price of $200. The promotion ends on 3/3/13 or earlier if sold out.
Check the Favorites section of the American Express Twitter account to see all available specials. Favorites are the fourth item on the left side of a Twitter user profile. You must be logged on to a Twitter account in order to see a Twitter user's Favorites, so we are not posting a direct link to that since it will redirect to a login page, and linking to a login page (directly or indirectly) is a bad internet linking practice.
For the speed readers out there, this is a new way of shopping. You do not add to cart and checkout. To purchase, you must link your American Express credit card with your Twitter account, and then tweet special hashtags and your purchase will be processed. Details through the aforelinked pages.
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