Article Contents1 New Kindle Paperwhite: $85 (usually $130)2 Galaxy Note9 for $650 (usually ~$800)3 Nintendo Switch + $35 eShop card: $3004 Logitech MX Master 2S mouse: $40 (usually $70)5 Google Pixel 3a XL + $100 Amazon card: $4796 $25 Amazon gift card with $5 free credit7 Roku Express for $25 (usually $30)8 Amazon Fire 7 tablet: $30 (usually $50)9 ASUS ZenBook 13: $700, usually $80010 Samsung T5 1TB Portable SSD: $150, usually ~$170 I get it, you've probably seen 50 posts about Prime Day already, and there's still another ~36 hours left in Amazon's big sale. You might be thinking, "didn't Android Police already post a list of deals?" We do have a comprehensive list of every decent tech sale, but if you don't have the strength to wade through hundreds of bulleted items, we've put together something much easier to parse - the 10 best tech deals, period. In this post, you'll find the 10 best sales on tech products that we've seen so far. These items are here because they are actual good … [Read more...] about The 10 best Amazon Prime Day tech deals
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Looking for a cheap, easy way to get streaming video from Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, YouTube, HBO, ESPN and everything else on to your TV? You have two excellent choices: Roku and Amazon Fire TV. Roku has long been the most popular name in media streamers, but recently Amazon's Fire TV system has been gaining ground. In my in-depth reviews, both work great, and most of the Roku and Fire TV streamers I've reviewed have received an 8.0 (excellent) rating or higher. They have more similarities than differences. Both are super-affordable, starting at $30. Both have access to approximately umpteen zillion TV apps, including all of the major ones (with some exceptions; see below), and apps pretty much look and behave the same on both -- even YouTube on Fire TV.The latest models are pretty much equally quick, responsive and reliable as long as you have a solid internet connection.Both (except for the cheapest Rokus) offer remotes with TV volume and power buttons to … [Read more...] about Roku vs Amazon Fire TV: Which streaming device is best for Netflix, Hulu and YouTube in 2019?
Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video, and Hulu each offer a massive amount of on-demand content at a relatively low monthly cost. These services are a fantastic way to stream movies and TV shows for the entire family, increasingly becoming part of an affordable alternative to the bloated pricing of cable and satellite subscriptions. For some cord cutters, a mix of two — or all three — of these services is the best solution, not to mention the growing horde group of competitors. But if you’re trying to figure out which streaming service to use while sticking to a frugal entertainment budget, check out our constantly updated breakdown of each of the top three to find out which one rules in each of a range of categories, and which is best for you. Price Amazon offers two main versions of its Prime subscription, either $119 annually or $13 per month (or $59 annually when you sign up with a valid student email address). Both versions net you the same perks, … [Read more...] about Netflix vs. Hulu vs. Amazon Prime: Battle of the on-demand streaming giants
Game of Thrones vs. Stranger Things? Which service should you go for? Up until now, Netflix has always been compared to Hulu and/or Amazon Prime Video. To the point where most people likely make their subscription choice based on this comparison. In some cases, some people might flip between Hulu and Netflix on a monthly or quarterly basis depending on how much content they have consumed from one or the other at a given point. Prime Video has, and for now always will remain an outlier here as this is typically consumed as part of a Prime membership and is not necessarily therefore an extra cost. But Hulu and Netflix definitely are. Times they are a changin' The reason Hulu and Netflix have typically always been compared against each other is the price. Both have largely been considered ‘up to $10’ entities as you can gain access to either for less than $10 and up the quality of the experience by upping the monthly cost. HBO on the other hand has always been considered more … [Read more...] about Netflix vs. HBO: Which Streaming Service Should You Pay For In 2019
Let's begin with the cost. For $9 to $14 a month, Netflix offers a metric ton of programming that covers almost every conceivable genre. Action Comedies? Netflix has it. Romantic Thrillers? Got it. Classic Foreign Movies? Yep. There are roughly 75,000 micro-genres in Netflix's database, and though Netflix hasn't publicly released numbers, a study in February 2018 suggested it has well over 5,000 movies and TV shows, with that number fluctuating over time. Sure, you can probably get a lot of shows to watch with a cable subscription too, but that's at least $50 a month, which is way more than what Netflix costs.If Netflix was just a place to watch already-aired TV shows like Parks & Recreation and The Good Place, it would already be worth it in my book. But Netflix is so much more than that these days. It's no longer just a spicy extra in one's entertainment diet; for many it's essential viewing. House of Cards may have kicked off this trend, but Netflix's Original stable has grown … [Read more...] about Netflix is still a bargain, even after the latest price hike