Target is now selling the 8GB white Nintendo Wii U console for $239 as opposed to the full retail price of $299. That is a $60 price cut, though it is a bit too soon to say that this cut will encourage more customers to pick up this console, which has apparently been moving off the shelves very slowly. Many analysts have already reported that Wii U sales have been very disappointing in the last couple of months, Nintendo claims the reason for this is that there’s a lack of software titles. The company says the need to aggressively focus on this and it hopes to curb this problem by the end of the year.
Many retailers do not offer discounts on the Nintendo Wii U, Target is offering the biggest discount by far, even surpassing Amazon’s $279.99 price tag for this console. However the 32GB black Wii U will still set customers back the usual retail price of $349.99. If you have been considering buying this console, now is perhaps the best time to waltz in your local Target and pick one up for a steal.
Seen at: news.cnet
Sprint is already said to be gearing up to offer the LG Optimus G Pro smartphone on its network. Apparently that is not all the carrier will be adding from LG. Rumor has it that LG Optimus F3 is also coming to Sprint, an alleged press shot of this device has been leaked by none other than infamous Twitter account @evleaks. This particular source has a very solid track record, so perhaps it won’t be an exercise in futility to look upon the possibility of Sprint carrying LG Optimus F3.
The F series of smartphones was announced by LG at Mobile World Congress 2013. The idea behind this particular line of smartphones was to bring LTE connectivity to the masses at an affordable price. Said to have a 4 inch WVGA screen with dualcore processor and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, it is rumored that Sprint will announce the LG Optimus F3 in the next few weeks and will price it “aggressively” on contract. As far as LG Optimus G Pro is concerned, AT&T is already selling it in the U.S., Sprint is expected to release in towards the end of next month.
Seen at: phonearena