$25 Bluetooth Speaker, 50% off Otterboxes, HP Chromebook 11 [Deals]

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Featuring an adorable design, 10 hour battery, and fantastic Amazon reviews, Anker's Bluetooth speaker will only set you back $25 today. For that price, you could probably put one in every room of your house.

Anker Portable Bluetooth 4.0 Speaker | $25 With Coupon Code ASPEAKER


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Short of keeping your phone in a hyperbaric chamber, there's no way to protect it better than an Otterbox Armor series case. Today, you can pick one up directly from the source for 50% off. If you need similar protection for your iPad, Amazon has the Defender series case for the iPad Mini or iPad Mini Retina for an all time low $30 as well.

Otterbox Armor Series Cases | 50% Off | Galaxy S3, iPhone 4/4S/5

Otterbox Defender Series Case for iPad Mini | $30

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It's probably not ready to be your only computer, but a Chromebook is perfect for traveling, and built in LTE is an awesome bonus. Today, Best Buy will sell you an HP 11" Chromebook for just $250 if you sign up for a month-to-month Verizon data plan. The Wi-Fi only model typically goes for $279, so this is a great deal if you've been on the fence.

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HP Chromebook 11 [Verizon LTE] | $249 with new month-to-month data plan


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Best Buy has slashed prices across the board on pretty much every make and model of iPad. Typically, iPad deals only apply the cheapest SKU, so it's nice to see some variety in today's offerings.

iPad Air Sale | Best Buy

iPad Mini Sale | Best Buy


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We don't need to tell you that the Roku 3 is awesome. If you don't mind buying refurbished, you can have one for just $70 from Newegg today.

refurb Roku 3 | $70 With Coupon Code EMCYTZT5774


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There's a little game called Titanfall coming out in a few weeks. You might have heard of it. If you're interested in such things, you can get a new Xbox One console, a month of free Xbox Live Gold, and a Titanfall digital download code for $500, which is the price you would normally pay for the console alone.

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pre-order Xbox One Titanfall Bundle | $500

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I have some input on the Weslo treadmill - That's the lowest price I've ever seen on the 5.9, but I would not use it for anything other than fast walking or light jogging. There's a reason why a 120lb, oversize package (would usually cost like $70 to ship) is being blown out and shipped free for a low cost.

I've had the Cadence 5.2 for almost half a year now, which has a slightly less powerful motor than the 5.9. I know someone with the 5.9, which I have used and disassembled to try and help fix. The only differences between the two is the power of the motor. The electronics inside the Cadence are the same between the two— they are very flaky and it has trouble adequately regulating the voltage to the motor and shedding heat. Speeds are inaccurate and there is a bit of potentially dangerous surging that happens the higher speeds you go. Attempting to use the higher speeds can overload and overheat the motor, causing it to stop abruptly. I'm scared to use it for anything faster than 4.5mph for short burst, as you can literally smell the electronics start to burn after 5.5mph.