BluePromoCode Predicts the 5 Most Popular Affordable Gadgets of 2014

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BluePromoCode has announced their 5 predictions for the most affordable gadgets of 2014 including wearable technology and an Amazon tablet.

Technology is always changing and new gadgets can be costly. To start the year, BluePromoCode has released their predictions for the 5 most popular affordable gadgets of 2014. With the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show well underway and new gadgets being announced daily, BluePromoCode suggests keeping an eye out for older models on sale in 2014. Promo codes and coupons are also available at BluePromoCode to make gadgets even cheaper this year.

Here are the BluePromoCodes picks for most popular affordable gadgets for 2014.

Pebble Smartwatch: The Kickstarter-funded Pebble smartwatch was one of the favorite gadgets of 2013. Pebble’s $150 price is comparable to a Casio watch from Macy’s and may be available for significantly less throughout 2014. At CES 2014, Pebble kicked things off with a bang by introducing Pebble Steel, their higher-end model which features a stainless steel wristband. Look out for Best Buy coupons and other ways to save on the original Pebble smartwatch throughout 2014.

PlayStation 4: Microsoft and Sony launched their respective next-generation gaming systems at the end of 2013. At $100 cheaper than Microsoft’s Xbox One, the Sony PlayStation 4 is a comparatively affordable option. In addition to cheaper hardware, an online subscription from Sony will cost $49.99/year compared to $59.99 from Microsoft.

Fitbit Flex: Wearable technology is set to take off in 2014, especially for fitness. The Fitbit Flex is the ultimate fitness tool. It tracks distance traveled, steps taken, calories burned and even encourages healthy sleep cycles with a silent alarm. The Fitbit Flex is available for under $100 at stores like Walmart and Target.

Google Chromecast: There’s no question Google Chromecast is the best affordable television streaming hardware available. Plug Google Chromecast into a TV and use it to stream video right from a smartphone or tablet for only $35. Discounts from stores like Staples available throughout the year will provide even deeper savings.

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX: The new Apple iPad is an expensive purchase starting at $399. The third generation from Amazon’s Kindle Fire line is a well-rounded tablet and is available online for $229.99. TIME ranked the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX as the number 7 best gadget of 2013.

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