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DealExtreme 50% Discount on Mini PCs, Class 10 SD Cards, RF Remote Controls and More

DealExtreme has started a promotion that is taking place on May, 15-20 offering 50% discount on selected products. I’ve gone through the list, and found several RK3066 Android mini PCs all priced between $23 and $27, as well as some other items that may be of interest to readers of this blog.

[Update: Sorry, in just a couple of hours, all items listed below are already sold out]

Android Mini PCs:

Remote and Controllers:

  • Mele F10 Fly Mouse – $12.60 – I have just reviewed the Mele F10 earlier this week. If you don’ have an RF remote already, and use Android STB and/or mini PCs, it’s probably a good idea to buy this 3-in-1 (mouse, keyboard and remote) 2.4GHz “Fly Mouse”.
  • GOIGAME Rechargeable Bluetooth Wireless DoubleShock III Controller for PS3 – $8.30 – If you already have a mini PC, and don’t feel spending more to get an OUYA or Gamestick, this Bluetooth game controller can be connected to your Android device to play several games. I have one already, I could finally set-it up, kill some zombies, and I’ll post instructions later today or tomorrow. It also works with Linux, albeit I could only manage to make it work in USB mode.

Misc:

There are also a few Android tablets for about $35, and I’ve also decided to buy ThL W8 Android smartphone powered by MTK6589 Quad Core processor for $115.60.

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  1. Brady
    May 15th, 2013 at 11:41 | #1

    All sold out already!

    DealExtreme does all these botched marketing campaigns. This time, you expected that 40000 different items were on discount. But no, it is just about 100 different items. Apparently they meant 40000 items, out of a list of 100 different items.

    And they were sold out within an hour of announcing.

    And you get the notification that “If the customers who participate in this activity are more than expected which results in lack of product supply, we have to process refund for the oversold items, please kindly understand.”

  2. qwiqooq
    May 15th, 2013 at 12:02 | #2

    By the time you posted this article, most of the worth-to-buy products have been sold out already.

    By the way, the quantity of discounted products is limited too. So even if someone got the deal, there were still a chance he would get a refund after.

  3. Nerijus
    May 15th, 2013 at 12:43 | #3

    Late again :( Everything worth attention sold-out already. Oh well, maybe next time.

  4. May 15th, 2013 at 12:50 | #4

    Damn. Everything went out of stock fast…
    After I ordered the phone (which I guess I may be cancelled), the site went down for a while, and now everything is sold out. I wonder why they run those over 5 days, especially when selling popular items.

  5. renw0rp
    May 15th, 2013 at 15:18 | #5

    like Media Markt sales in Europe? (printed hundred thousand of brochures to sell 3 pieces of each product in each shop)

  6. Adi
    May 15th, 2013 at 15:51 | #6

    This Android smartphone is stunning for the price!

  7. May 15th, 2013 at 18:23 | #7

    @Adi
    I hope I can get it, I think I ordered about one hour before it went out of stock.

  8. Adi
    May 15th, 2013 at 19:03 | #8

    @cnxsoft

    I’ll keep my fingers crossed :)

  9. Johny007
    May 15th, 2013 at 19:21 | #9

    Damn, I just got the TL-WR703N router :-/ Too late for Mele F10 or any tablet.

  10. devgiant
    May 15th, 2013 at 21:36 | #10

    I saw the ad on DX 1 hour before the beginning of the discounts so I waited :P
    I ordered one Mk808 and the went to bed (It was 3AM here…).
    This morning I opened the site and saw the TL-WR703N router… If I have seen it I have bought one too :/
    At least I got the Mk808…

  11. Francis
    May 16th, 2013 at 00:57 | #11

    The page http://dx.com/mayhalfprice is so messed up that if you do not pay attention to the price, you may end up buying the item at the full price. Yes, 40-50 dollars for the TV sticks, 20 dollars for the router.

  12. Onanii
    May 16th, 2013 at 06:42 | #12

    Got there just in time to got a 808B! :)
    Does anybody know if Archlinux might work on it?
    And did someone try to hack a Udraw as mouse?

  13. SEAN
    May 16th, 2013 at 20:56 | #13

    This market is a sleeping giant

  14. May 24th, 2013 at 12:28 | #14

    @Adi
    Finally, I won’t get the phone, and they’ll send me a refund.
    I’m OK with that, but I did not really like the way they handled it. One they don’t have it in stock, they keep silent. I asked once, and they told me I would be on a “priority list”, and a item will be shipped in a few days days. 3 days passed, I asked again, and they finally told me they didn’t have it in stock.

  15. den
    June 3rd, 2013 at 02:52 | #15

    I canceled my order for the same reason… I waited 7 days for them to ship it and they didn’t…

    @cnxsoft

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