Wow. Woot has a ringer today in a refurbished 3G Kindle. $90 will net buyers the previous generation Kindle, but at least the more pricey 3G wireless model. Even though this is a 2nd gen unit, and Amazon is currently about nine months into the 3rd generation’s life, you’re really not losing all that much. This is a deal, friends. → Read More
WOOT! I mean Woot has the Viewsonic G Android tablet for you and yours at the low low price of $279.99. It’s an Android 2.2 device with multi-touch and is very popular with the hacker set as you can basically tear this thing down to the bear metal and install all kinds of junk on it. Would I buy it? No. Should you if you’re trying to experiment? Sure.
Woot has a great deal going on today with a refurb Roku HD Media costing only $59. That’s $40 off the MSRP, kiddies. It’s an amazingly refined product with an interface that most baby boomers should be able to handle. Roku made a name for itself a few years back by being one of the first devices to stream Netflix. While that capability is still there, there are now dozens of channels… → Read More
Gotta love those guys at Woot. They just sold to Amazon for $110 million, but that’s not stopping them from calling anyone out as they see fit. In this case, we particularly love it because they’re calling out the AP — and they’re doing so right on their highly trafficked homepage.
You see, Woot noticed that the AP covered the story of their sale five days ago. But in doing so, they also noticed… → Read More
This is a great deal for daily online bargin service as, similar to Zappos and Audible, they’ll continue to be run autonomously under the Amazon banner. The company will remain in Texas. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed. → Read More
Heads up bargain hunters, it looks like those crazy wooters are at it again. That’s right, we got ourselves a woot off. → Read More
Need a TV for the bedroom, rumpus room, or home office but don’t want to spend a penny more than $129.99 plus $5 for shipping? Then this is the perfect deal for you. Sellout.Woot! is selling a choice of one of three Philips/Magnavox 19-inch HDTVs for the aforementioned price of $129.99 plus $5 shipping. → Read More
Yo, there’s a Woot Off going on right now. Hit me up if a LeakFrog lands on the auction block. I need one. → Read More
Readers seem pretty split about what to think of Blippy, the service which allows you to share your credit card purchases online. About half think it’s the next logical step in sharing data online. The other half think it’s just about the worst idea ever. Retailers, it seems, are starting to lean towards the former.
Blipply has reached agreements with three partners to promote and use Blippy on… → Read More
A few weeks ago, Woot opened up a new section of its site called Woot Deals. This area marked a departure for the service because it is run by Woot users, rather than a Woot employees selecting every deal. Of course, when you open it up to users, they’re going to get what they want.
Today, the most popular items in this deals section include a bunch of video games, some tennis shoes, a monitor… → Read More
Weird. I just got done blasting through the entire season of Storm Chasers (watched the final episode this morning). In just about every storm chaser’s vehicle, there’s a laptop set up with mapping software relaying GPS data along with an overlay of weather radar. → Read More
Woot, the popular bargain site that offers one good (sometimes great) deal a day, has just launched a new portal at deals.Woot. The new site is a fairly major departure for Woot, which up until now has been driven by product selections from a team of Woot employees (aside from the main Woot.com site, which is often tech/geek focused, there are special subsites for shirts, wine, and a handful of… → Read More
Woot.com has a pretty good deal on the refurbished 11.6-inch Gateway LT3103 for $280. This machine opts for an AMD processor over an Intel Atom, so you’ll get a little extra oomph while giving up a couple hours of battery life. → Read More
Whoa, whoa, whoa. You can use your computer to watch TV now? These machines can do anything! To prove that point, Woot.com is selling the ATI TV Wonder USB Digital HDTV Tuner for just $20 plus $5 for shipping. → Read More
The only thing that scares me more than cleaning is robots, so I’m gonna sit this one out. But if you’re not afraid of robots or refurbished technology products, then $130 for an iRobot Roomba 530, charging station, and virtual wall unit is a wheel of a deal. → Read More
Friday, huh? Just got paid, did you? Why not divert $250 of that check toward this 11.6-inch netbook?
Come on, you’re making good money now right? When’s the last time you bought something nice for yourself? Think of this as an investment! With the portability that this netbook provides, you’ll finally be able to start up that emu farm that you’ve always been talking about. → Read More
Maybe you need a 19-inch HDTV for your den, office, or rumpus room. I don’t know. I really don’t want to get in the middle of a conversation that should definitely be happening solely between you and your domestic partner. If price is a concern, though, then please feel free to reference this $150 TV from Philips being sold on Woot.com today (and today only). → Read More
Some people are jerks about their AV gear. They simply must have certain brands. If that’s you and Pioneer is your company of choice, head over to Woot for a surprisingly good deal on a modern Blu-ray player. → Read More
Remember desktop PCs? People used to use them before laptops were powerful. Some people still use them today, believe it or not! I have one – ha! If you want to see what all the fuss is about in regards to desktop PCs, then Woot! has a pretty stellar deal on a quad-core Gateway system with 8GB of RAM for $480 – it’s refurbished but carries a 90-day warranty. → Read More
Sometimes you just want a sack o’ crap MP3 player to take to the gym. If that’s the case, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better deal than the “RCA Jet 1GB Sport Media Player with FM Tuner” being sold for $8 plus $5 shipping at Woot.com (today only). → Read More
Woot.com is selling the 8-device Philips “Prestigo” universal remote for $20 plus $5 shipping, today only. It normally sells for $70 and up elsewhere, so this is a pretty nice deal if you have too many remotes in your life and you’re looking to simplify. → Read More
When in the course of human events people lose their jobs and their ways to pay for bags of random stuff and close-out smoke detectors, it behooves all good men to approach shopping site Woot.com with trepidation and distrust. The result? A steady decline in traffic from the post-holiday period of 2009 until about May 2009. Now, however, that is changing. If I can draw your attention to this… → Read More
Sellout.woot.com has a decent deal on the Eee PC 900 today. This model sports the slightly more expensive 20GB SSD option along with the standard assortment of a 900MHz Intel Celeron, 1GB of RAM and 8.9-inch screen. Not to shabby for $189 plus $5 for shipping. → Read More