You don’t want to be “that guy.”
You know, the one who doesn’t have AA alkaline batteries handy when they’re needed. Imagine the crumpled foreheads of your frowning children when you have to tell them they can’t continue playing with that thing that uses AA batteries, because the batteries are spent – and you don’t have fresh ones. Or the deep consternation of your spouse, when the flashlight flickers out just as you both hear a really weird noise downstairs. Or you’re typing up a new post for your business’ website, talking about a great new deal, and your Bluetooth keyboard suddenly di
In short, batteries are important. And AA alkaline batteries are nigh on indispensable. So don’t get caught shorthanded, especially now that you can pick some up for less than a quarter apiece.
Shed some light on this week’s DOTW here.
It’s Friday – and the weekend beckons.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have a bunch of new PC games to try out? And wouldn’t it be even cooler if these game collections came on a reusable 2GB USB flash drive, so you can install it on computers without an optical drive (like netbooks and ultrabooks)?
And wouldn’t it be cool if you could pick up these game packs for less than five bucks? Heck, that’s a great price for a completely blank 2GB flash drive. So even if you find you don’t care for a single one of the games, just erase it and use it for other stuff. Because flash drives? Always handy.
We’re not playing games here – grab these while you can for an amazing $4.99 apiece. Find out the nitty gritty details here.
That single charger and cable that came with your iPhone or iPod? Not enough.
For one thing, it doesn’t help when you’re in the car. This kit fixes that. Now you can charge your iOS device anywhere there’s a 12V DC outlet.
Keep the original charger at home, and this one at the office – or maybe next to your favorite chair in the living room. Because there’s never a good time to run out of battery charge.
Works with iPhones and iPods using the 30-pin dock connector (iPhone 3, 3GS, 4GS and last-generation and earlier iPods). Not compatible with iPad or any iOS devices using 8-pin Lightning connectors. Get the full story here.
We’ve been doing this whole Deal of the Week thing for a while now. And a lot of the bargains we’ve featured have been on cables, chargers, docks, and adapter sets that work with older-model iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches.
Apple is gradually moving its iOS devices away from the venerable 30-pin connector to the 8-pin Lightning connector.
If you’ve been waiting for a deal on a Lightning cable – something that will actually work with your sleek and sexy iPhone 5 – then this week’s DOTW is for you.
Get all the details here.
UPDATE 04.10.13: Our Medford location is now sold out. Our Bend location currently has nine of them in stock.