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Black Friday 2017 – Its close, its here! Lets see the deals you can get now (TOP 10)

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Black Friday 2017 deals!

So black Friday is nearly here and for us lovers of technology its the dream day, with huge discounts on offer, but you have to be quick. But did you know that theres some amazing deals already on, its like Black Friday 2017 but a little earlier. I have had trawl of the whole internet, not really but I have been keeping an eye on some deals that I would love to share with you. Just click on the images if you would like further informations and specifications.


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Amazon Echo Dot is a hands-free, voice-controlled device that uses Alexa to play music, control smart home devices, provide information, read the news, set alarms and more

Connects to speakers or headphones through Bluetooth or 3.5 mm stereo cable to play music from Amazon Music, Spotify and TuneIn. Play music simultaneously across multiple Echo devices and speakers connected via cable with multi-room music (Available for Amazon Music and TuneIn. Bluetooth not supported)

Call or message anyone hands-free who also has an Echo device or the Alexa App. Also, quickly connect to other Echo devices in your home using just your voice .

RRP:£49.99
Deal Price:£34.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK
You Save:£15.00 (30%)

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Amazon Echo connects to Alexa-a cloud-based voice service-to play music, make calls, set alarms and timers, ask questions, check your calendar, weather, traffic and sports scores, manage to-do and shopping lists, control compatible smart home devices, and more.

Just ask for a song, artist or genre from Amazon Music, Spotify, TuneIn and more. With multi-room music, you can play music on Echo devices in different rooms, available for Amazon Music, TuneIn and Spotify (coming soon); Bluetooth not supported. Echo can also play audiobooks, radio stations, news briefings and more.

Call or message anyone hands-free who also has an Echo device or the Alexa App. Also, quickly connect to other Echo devices in your home using just your voice.

New speaker with Dolby processing that fills the room with immersive, 360° omnidirectional audio, and delivers crisp vocals, deep bass, and clear highs at louder volumes.

RRP:£89.99
Deal Price:£69.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK
You Save:£20.00 (22%)

Echo Plus is a simple way to start your smart home. It has a built-in ZigBee smart home hub, which allows for simple and direct setup of compatible ZigBee lights, plugs and more from brands including Philips Hue, Hive and more. No additional hub required.

Echo Plus connects to Alexa-a cloud-based voice service-to play music, make calls, set timers and alarms, ask questions, check traffic and weather, and more-just ask.

Just ask for a song, artist or genre from Amazon Music, Spotify, TuneIn and more. With multi-room music, you can play music on Echo devices in different rooms, available for Amazon Music, TuneIn and Spotify (coming soon); Bluetooth not supported. Echo can also play audiobooks, radio stations, news briefings and more. This has to be one of the best black Friday 2017 deals, oh wait a minute, check the phone out at the bottom of the page.

RRP:£139.99
Deal Price:£109.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK
You Save:£30.00 (21%)

Fitness Tracker Self-Timer

Charge:There is built-in USB port for charging on watch.Scan the QR code to download app into your phone. Pair watch through app on your phone. Function:pedometer, sleep monitor SMS notification call reminder etc

For IOS 7.1 or above (iPhone 4S, iPhone 5/5S/5C, iPhone 6/6S plus, iPhone 7/7S plus,etc.) For Android 4.4 or above

 

Price:£119.99
Sale:£49.99
Deal Price:£13.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK
You Save:£106.00 (88%)

HoLead H96pro Plus 3GB 32GB Amlogic 64bit

Run steadily and quickly,You could install apps easily,just like your Andriod smart phone.4K 60fps display, 4K x 2K H.265 hardware and 4K x 2K output,It’s compatible better with your HD 4K home TV

3G RAM (DDR3) 32GB (EMMC) supports faster and more stable operation. 16GB internal storage provides room and freedom to install apps without worrying about running out of space.

 

RRP: 69.99


ABOX A1 Plus Smart Android 6.0 TV Box

More Powerful and Speedy:Powered by Quad core Amlogic Cortex A53 processor running at 2.0 GHz,it’s fast enough to run video flawlessly.with a Mali 450MP3 GPU focusing on maximizing processing efficiency,it features high end media playback capabilities such as support high definition audio H.265, and 4K UltraHD (2160p) resolution via HDMI 2.0 output.

High-Level Configuration: 2GB DDR RAM, higher running speed, without buffering or breaking down; 8GB ROM Flash, has enough room for installing apks, games etc.You can also expand the memory via the micro SD card slot (up to 32GB).Never worry about running out of space.

Price:£129.99
Sale:£40.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK. 
You Save:£89.00 (68%)

One of the best Black Friday 2017 Deals !


[2017 New Arrivals] H96 Pro Android 7.1 TV Box 3GB RAM 16GB ROM

★3GB DDR RAM, higher running speed, without buffering or breaking down;16GB ROM Flash, has enough room for installing apks, games etc.You can also expand the memory via the micro SD card slot(up to 32GB) Never worry about running out of space.

★The newest Android 7.1 Nougat applications and workflow has been simplified to use.Enjoy truly unlimited options and completely customize your HD viewing experience.

★4K*2k resolution multi-format and H.265 hardware video decode , VPU Support 4K VP9 and 4K 10bits H265 / H264 video decoding,up to 60fps .with 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet line Connection which compatible better with your HD 4K home TV

Price:£113.99
Sale:£63.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK
You Save:£50.00 (44%)

Gearbest Men Casual Durable Canvas Backpack with USB Port

GeneralGender: Men
Type: Backpacks
Style: Casual,Fashion
Material: Canvas
Features: Wearable
Size and WeightProduct weight: 0.6300 kg
Package weight: 0.6500 kg
Package Size(L x W x H): 32.00 x 2.00 x 50.00 cm / 12.6 x 0.79 x 19.69 inches
Packing ListPacking List: 1 x Backpack


Men Casual Durable Canvas Backpack with USB Port only $16.59


Gearbest T-bao Tbook R8
T-bao Tbook R8 only $149.99 with coupon “GBTPC35”

T-bao Tbook R8

COUPON CODE GBTPC35

T-bao Tbook R8 Power is equipped with a 15.6 inch FHD IPS display, brings your photos and videos to life. The powerful Windows 10 operating system make it easy to check E-mail and manage digital files. Powered by Intel Cherry Trail Z8350 processor, ensures high performance. Designed with HDMI output, allows you to connect it to monitors, TV or projectors, perfect for creating your personal home theater. 10000mAh large capacity battery delivers long battery life.


Gearbest Ulefone T1 Premium Edition 4G Phablet
Ulefone T1 Premium Edition 4G Phablet only $269.99

CPU: Helio P25
Cores: 2.6GHz,Octa Core
GPU: Mali T880
RAM: 6GB
ROM: 128GB
External Memory: TF card up to 256GB

Camera type: Triple cameras
Back-camera: 16.0MP 5.0MP
Front camera: 13.0MP
Video recording: Support 1080P Video Recording
Camera Feature: two-tone quad flash supported
Auto Focus: Yes
Flashlight: Yes


So what do you think of some of the best Black Friday Deals then, I will be adding to this list as soon as I find some awesome deals for you, remember get ready for christmas and grab these bargains while you can.

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Inside JD.com, the giant Chinese firm that could eat Amazon alive

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Pujiang Pu is a smiley, medium-built man in his mid-forties with stylish glasses, a bling gold watch, and a red JD lanyard around his neck. Along with many of the 150,000 employees of JD.com – a city-size e-commerce store sometimes referred to as the Amazon of China – he lives in a free dorm near one of the company’s 500 gigantic warehouses. The warehouse I visit is in Jiading, 30km north-west of Shanghai’s city centre. Hundreds of people work here, and at 100,000 square metres in size it sits on a JD complex so big it would take at least 45 minutes to walk from one end to the other.

I am allowed here as part of a rare, highly supervised press visit, and warehouse manager Pu is our tour guide. I am not shown everything, but enough to impress – or, as some analysts believe, to show that JD is a kind of company Amazon ultimately wants to become.

JD wasn’t always that big. It started out as a small brick and mortar store in Beijing, founded in 1998 by Richard Liu. Then in 2004, Liu moved it online and JD.com, short for Jingdong, was born. Fast-forward to today, and the firm is worth more than $55 billion. In February, logistics magazine DC Velocity called it “the biggest company you may not know all that much about”. Not for much longer though – JD is so growing so fast at home in China and expanding so rapidly into other markets such as Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam and most recently Europe, that even the most devout Amazonians will soon sit up and notice.

The main reason Pu stays in a dorm on site, and away from his family, is to ensure he can meet key performance indicators set by the firm. Sometimes, especially during JD.com’s annual shopping event, he has to work late into the night.

But the future of these dorms is uncertain. Many traditional warehouse jobs like stacking shelves and packing boxes at JD are likely to go to robots in the coming years, as the company starts to automate everything that can sensibly be automated. The tech giant is now busy retraining some staff to take on new roles that machines can’t yet do. Pu’s warehouses have some of the firm’s most advanced robotics – and he gets really excited talking about the autonomous forklift trucks and delivery drones.

These drones have been in the news a lot lately. Remember when Amazon’s boss Jeff Bezos made claims that his firm would soon drop parcels off at your doorstep? Well, that was in 2013 – and, some small-scale trials aside, it’s still not happening. But it’s very much happening at JD – since March 2016, its drones have been delivering products across China, having clocked over 300,000 minutes of flight time. “Today we have over 200 people working on our drone programme,” says Zheng Cui, director of the firm’s drone R&D centre in Xi’an.

The drones come in various shapes and sizes, but the quickest ones can fly up to 100km/h and have a range of 100km. So far though, the furthest delivery has been 15km and that drone flew much slower than 100km/h – but you have to start somewhere. What the drones can’t do yet, JD does with its 65,000 van drivers and couriers.

The drone efforts haven’t gone unnoticed though, and other companies are keen to replicate JD’s air delivery success. Cui says more and more firms are getting in touch to buy their drones. “We’ve just got an order for 1,000 at the beginning of this year,” he adds.

Those drones are still fairly small, but JD is busy developing larger ones that can carry up to five tonnes. “They’ll transfer inventory from one warehouse to another,” says Cui. “Within three years we’re looking at having a couple of thousand,” he says – and they will take off right from existing small airports near the company’s warehouses.

It’s not just the drones that make the Chinese behemoth different from Western e-commerce stores, though. Robots at JD are everywhere. In the warehouse I visit, machines stack tens of thousands of products on 24-metre-high shelves. Over the road from where I am, another fully automated warehouse can pack and ship 200,000 products a day. Robots are not alone yet, though: the fully automated warehouse has four human helpers.

Automation, growth, scale – the mega but still relatively unknown giant seems unlikely to slow down. Its revenues are growing 40 per cent a year, up to $55.7 billion in 2017. The company’s spokespeople tell us proudly the firm is the third largest “internet company” in the world by revenue after Google and Amazon, but ahead of companies like Facebook, eBay and Alibaba, its biggest rival.

It has major backers such as Tencent — the largest internet company in China by market cap and the owner of WeChat. Other investors are Walmart, which has a ten per cent stake, and even Google, which last month announced it was investing $550 million into JD to help it expand further outside China.

And the e-commerce giant is busy doing just that. In January, it opened its first European office, in Paris. It now aims to open another one in Milan, and is actively partnering with Spanish and other European brands – especially luxury ones. In 2017, Chinese made up 32 per cent of the worldwide luxury market.

JD’s response: last October, it launched Toplife, a platform for luxury buyers that can benefit from same-day deliveries and premium services, such as ultra-clean and secure warehouses with special air filters. Over just a few months, Toplife has already signed up 20 brands, including Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen. Amazon beware.

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LG G7 ThinQ Is Now Available In the US for $750

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LG waited longer than normal to announce its big 2018 flagship phone, but it finally took the wraps off the LG G7 ThinQ a few weeks ago. Today, the phone is available for purchase on most US carriers. While LG has had trouble competing with the likes of Samsung, it’s still targeting the same premium space. Although, it’s got an iPhone-style screen notch now. That’s what consumers want, right?

The LG G7 ThinQ is the epitome of all things 2018 in smartphone design. It has a glass back, dual cameras, and a display notch that isn’t done particularly well. The missing bit of screen provides a place for the camera, earpiece, and some other sensors. It does seem a little excessively large for how compact these components are, though. In addition, the G7 has a “chin” at the bottom with a larger bezel than the top and bottom. This asymmetric look isn’t as striking as the iPhone X it imitates. The 6.1-inch 1440p display is also an OLED, which lacks the vibrancy of modern OLED panels.

Inside, this phone has all the current flagship hardware you’d expect with a Snapdragon 845, 64GB of storage, and 4GB of RAM. Unlike many other current smartphones, the company has opted to keep the headphone jack for the G7 ThinQ. LG also touts the G7’s unique speaker design that uses the entire chassis as a resonator to boost sound output.

You may be wondering about the name — specifically the “ThinQ” bit. Well, that’s LG’s expanded brand for all its AI technologies. What that means for the G7 is that there’s an AI mode in the camera that looks for objects it can identify and offers possible filters. It’s not very accurate or useful, but LG didn’t even develop any AI software or hardware for this phone. It just licensed a machine vision library from a third-party.

The LG G7 ThinQ is available from all major carriers in the US except AT&T. Apparently, AT&T chose to sell the LG V35 instead of the G7. This marks the third variant of the V30 that LG has sold since it debuted last year. At other carriers, the G7 ThinQ will run you $750, give or take a few dollars. Carriers offer payment plans to split the cost over two years. It will launch on Google’s Project Fi soon, as well. If you don’t want to go through carriers, the phone is also available from Amazon.

 

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