Deal of the Week | Red Planet SubSonic Bluetooth Speaker $29.99 (reg. $59.99)

Deal of the Week | Red Planet SubSonic Bluetooth Speaker $29.99 (reg. $59.99)



THIS WEEK: Red Planet SubSonic Bluetooth Speaker $29.99 (Reg. $59.99)

Do you know what 60 Hertz sounds like? Not if you’re listening to other pocket speakers. 60Hz is bass. The kind of bass you can’t fake with plastic and gimmicks. It’s the bass you hear and feel. SubSonic has it.

Along with hands-free calling and crystal clear sound, Subsonic has a mean case of The Basses. So put down that cheap plastic speaker and come over here right now. Hear what your music should sound like. Feel what you’ve been missing. You’ll have to go SubSonic.

  • Bluetooth + Easy-pairing = Wireless listening
  • Audio port + Audio cable = Wired listening
  • Built-in mic + Advanced Noise Cancellation = Hands-free calling (Personal or conference)
  • Dual-cone speaker + Built-in amp = Excellent clarity and bass
  • Alloy casing + 2-button design = Strength and control
  • Includes: Speaker, audio cable, charging cable, instructions

This offer runs from Friday, December 9th through Thursday, December 15th, 2016, or while supplies last. Sorry, no rain checks.

VIDEO: Three new videos debut in support of nascent Apple Music service

VIDEO: Three new videos debut in support of nascent Apple Music service

Apple has released three new commercials in support of its recently launched Apple Music service. The overarching theme of the ads is the tagline “All the artists you love and are about to love, all in one place.”

One 30-second spot shines a spotlight on Norwegian DJ/producer Kygo:

Another 30-second video showcases popular British singer/songwriter James Bay:

The last ad, entitled ‘Discovery,’ is a full minute long. Rather than concentrating on a single artist, it offers several, including Bay, Kygo, Leon Bridges, and Flo Morrissey. Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor serves as its narrator:

Deal of the Week | Nov. 28th, 2014: ‘Civil War’ Mouse Pads for $1.99

Ducks vs. Beavers - Civil War mouse pads for $1.99Oregon State Beavers vs. Oregon Ducks. It’s the annual Civil War football game, a rivalry stretching back to 1894 (!!!). And tomorrow they battle again, at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, for the 118th time.

This aquatic animal series is currently 61-46-10 in favor of the Ducks. Oregonians have embraced this fierce competition, and proponents of both teams display their loyalty in all kinds of ways.

So why not show your true colors – with a mouse pad? This week’s Deal offers both Ducks and Beavers versions for just $1.99 each – a big savings off their usual $5.99 price.

Learn all about this week’s cool Deal here.

Deal of the Week | Dec. 13, 2013: Wi-Fi Infrared Netcam with Built-in Mic for $39.99

Wi-Fi Network Video Camera with Mic for $39.99If you’re experiencing a sense of déja vu, it might be because we’ve offered this week’s DOTW before, back in October. It was one of the most popular offers we’ve ever featured. People have been asking ever since if we were going to reprise it.

This week, we are. And it’s a great idea for gift-minded holiday shoppers.

Connect it by hardline using its Ethernet jack, or connect it to your Wi-Fi network. It has a built-in microphone, voice activation, and infrared nightvision. Best of all, you can pick it up – for as long as supplies last – for a mere $39.99. That’s $60 off the regular price!

Find out more about this week’s DOTW here.

Deal of the Week | Nov. 15, 2013: 10-foot HDMI cable for $3.99

10-foot HDMI cable for $3.99It is basic human nature to seek connection.

Connection between father and son, between mother and daughter, between siblings. Connection with your soul mate. Connection with friends and co-workers. Connection between artist and audience.

And connection between a couple of electronic gadgets.

That last one is where this week’s Deal comes in. More and more devices are adopting the HDMI standard, and with good reason: A single easily-attached cable provides digital-quality conduction of both audio and video signals. Your widescreen TV almost certainly has HDMI ports. Many new notebooks (as well as more and more desktop systems) feature HDMI. Not to mention Blu-ray players, flat-screen monitors, digital camcorders and cameras, set-top boxes… it’s a long list that continues to grow.

And usually, HDMI cables don’t come cheap. You can expect to spend $20, $30 or more for a decent six-foot male-to-male HDMI cable. But this week, we’re selling an excellent 10-foot-long HDMI cable for less than four bucks.

Find out all about this week’s DOTW here.

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