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Motorola details its Cyber Monday deals: 50% off 1st gen Moto 360, 25% off 2nd gen Moto X

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Motorola today has revealed its plans for the Cyber Monday shopping holiday, but before you get too excited, the deals are absolutely nothing to write home about. Motorola’s website currently lists three deals that it will be offering come Monday, and all three of the deals are for outdated products.

First off, Motorola will be offering the 2nd generation Moto G, the one released in 2014, for $99, 40% off its list price of $179.99. While a $99 smartphone is certainly appealing, remember that it’s the last generation model and that the current 3rd-gen Moto G is available for $178 over on Amazon.

Next, Motorola says it will discount the 1st generation Moto 360 smartwatch by 50%, bringing it from $299 down to $149. Again, this is the first generation model. If you’re seriously interested in the device, however, Amazon is already offering it for $144.

Finally, Motorola plans to discount its 2nd generation Moto X in 64GB from $399 to $299. This deal is compatible with Moto Maker, so you can customize the device to your heart’s content, but keep in mind, if you choose more expensive features, the price will rise just as it normally would.

All in all, Motorola’s Cyber Monday deals are pretty weak right now. Hopefully, the company has some surprises up its sleeve when Monday actually comes. Perhaps some discounts on some of its 2015 devices? Like the third-gen Moto G? Or the Moto X Pure Edition? Or the second-gen Moto 360? We’ll just have to wait and see.

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