I think it’s safe to say we all saw this coming. And just like a lion waiting in the grass to strike, it is now finally time for me to pounce on my prey. My victim? The Motorola MOTOACTV which, as of today, has found its price slashed by $100. That means for a much more reasonable $150, you can nab yourself the 8GB model or 16GB one for $200. There’s also a “multi-sport” edition which is essentially the 8GB version but with the inclusion of a few extra goodies (headphones, straps, etc.). After this new price drop, who’s finally up for a MotoACTV?
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