Acer probably didn’t need to go the extra mile this holiday season to end up high on shopping lists, but they wanted to do it anyway. After all, it’s a time of giving, and the Taiwan-based PC manufacturer, alongside Best Buy, offers up a discounted touchscreen Aspire E5 laptop and Iconia Tab 8 slate.
Sad to see Google and LG’s “classic” Nexus 5 go? Maybe this piece of joyous news will help turn that frown upside down. The Nexus 9 is now available from T-Mobile with 4G LTE connectivity. Beautiful, delicious, speedy 4G LTE.
It’s been a fairly bumpy ride to market for Intel’s 14 nanometer Haswell die shrink, aka Broadwell, but at long last, Core M-based laptops and convertibles have started making their way to store shelves in the past few months.
We weren’t expecting much from Microsoft’s 12 Days of Deals Christmas promotion so close after Redmond’s wicked Black Friday sales, but a third into this celebration, the entry-level Asus Transformer Book is sold at a pretty big discount.
LG’s G Pad 7.0 hasn’t been the easiest sell these past few months, even with 4G LTE support and a relatively reasonable price tag. But don’t act too surprised if you end up receiving several copies of the low-cost, low-end Android slate as Christmas presents.
Google and HTC’s hot new Nexus 9 is a must-buy for tablet power users this holiday season, no question about it. But for those unable to afford it, it sure would have been nice if Big G kept the OG Nexus 7 2013 around.
Who said the gadget purchasing craze has to end just because the days conventionally viewed as the biggest of the holiday shopping season are behind us? We know, we know, if you spend anything extra, you may end up living in a box on the street after New Year’s.
For all its Nexus 6 availability struggles, Google appeared to handle things quite differently on the N9 front, making the search giant perhaps feel a little less pressured to get its ducks in a row. Unfortunately, it seems no predicament comes alone, and so we’re catching wind of the first alarming Nexus 9 distribution woes.
As much as we appreciate the way T-Mobile’s no-contract “UnCarrier” policy has revised (for the better) how service providers on the whole do business, there’s no hiding the fact Magenta is hardly without a flaw.
Let’s face it. When you’ve held the number one spot in mobile devices for years, you kind of get premium treatment. Sure, sure, it’s all about money and I understand it. Manufacturers are going to create accessories for the most-desired products, first, in order to supply the masses. It’s smart business.
Boosted by Microsoft’s sensible decision to discard Windows licensing fees on small screens, tablet manufacturers like HP and Toshiba have engaged in a wild price race to the bottom of late. Both offer solid sub-$100 Windows 8.1 7 inchers nowadays, but unfortunately for them, Micro Center has somehow gone even lower than $99. Considerably lower, more »
Mobile gaming enthusiasts must have thought their Thanksgiving present this year was an impressively timely Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Nvidia’s Shield Tablet. But the Santa Clara-based chip maker extraordinaire has at least one more surprise in store for the holidays.