Go ahead and shut it down, because I don’t know if we’ll ever see a better Lightning cable deal. Monoprice is selling 3’ cables for $2, and 6’ cables for $3 right now, with $2 flat rate shipping for your entire order, no matter how many you buy. Stock up! [Lightning Cable Sale]
GoPro’s name is spoken almost as a synonym for “action camera.” Yet there are many alternatives out there. They may not be as trendy, but they might save you money if you’re willing to sacrifice some things. One such camera is the new $160 Monoprice HD Sport 2.0. Watch our comparison video to see how it fares against…
Monoprice is already known for bargain basement prices, but they’re currently taking an extra 10% off sitewide with promo code SPRING10, which opens up a whole world of deal possibilities.
Monoprice is already known for bargain basement prices, but they're currently taking an extra $20 off any $100+ order with code FEB20, which opens up a whole world of deal possibilities.
Monoprice makes some of the best cheap peripherals on the market, and their early Black Friday sale has brought several of our favorites to new price lows.
It might look like a car key, but this unassuming Monoprice keychain hides a stowaway 6" MFI-Certified Lightning cable for Apple devices, and you can get it for 10% off the usual price today, plus an additional $5 off for new accounts when you buy two with code NEWS5.
With many machines well over the $2,000 mark, 3D printers are still mostly sequestered to use by professionals. Monoprice, the cut-rate technology powerhouse, is slicing more than a few hundreds off the price point with a 3D printer that costs $1,200.
Monoprice is taking pre-orders on a 27-inch, 1440p IPS monitor. It runs at 2560x1440—the same resolution as a 27" iMac. The panel is even made by LG, which is Apple's supplier for both the Thunderbolt Display and the iMac. This is a big, beautiful, pixel-dense screen.
Forty bucks for an iPhone case? Scam of the century. Here are seven cases that will keep your new iPhone 4 pristine and cost less than a couple of apps.
Like expensive video cables, premium audio wiring is one of consumer electronics' great placebos. Do you want to be a sucker? Of course not. CNET's Steve Guttenberg provides some illuminating advice on buying and setting up cables on the cheap.
Several people are reporting that there are odd charges on credit cards they've used to make purchases from online retailer Monoprice. This is what the company had to say:
I just wanted to give you a heads- up that I will finally be posting the finale of our HDMI Cable Battlemodo today at 2 p.m. EST. Before you see the results, though, I wanted to take you through the testing process, so the results will make total sense. You with me?
Some of you might recall my recent article about Monster Cable. If you read it through, you'd remember it as the piece that outlined Monster's more credible scientific claims, culminating in my sober recommendation to buy a cheap HDMI cable first, then work your way up. (I got the impression that not all commenters…
The HDMI rip-off outrage continues, where the next chapter in our sordid saga shows BetterCables.com selling a 5x1 HDMI switcher for $349.95, calling its "regular" price $449.95. The company generously tosses in two free 1-meter HDMI cables, which it says have a value of $139.90. So let's do the math: you're getting a
HDMI connectivity is getting cheaper wherever you look. It used to be that you'd have to pay exorbitant prices for anything with HDMI stamped on it—routing that digital video (up to 1080p) and audio at the same time must be incredibly expensive, right? But HDMI cables sold by unscrupulous retailers for 10 times more…