CES 2014 is still more than three weeks away, but some may consider that a too short window of time to build enough buzz. So a number of key mobile and PC players have started the teasing already, including Asus, whose January 6 press event invite reads simply and intriguingly “In Search of Incredible”.
Looking for a way to shake things up with your music? Creative, known for the Sound Blaster sound cards, has announced its latest product. The Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200 combines the power of a robust Sound Blaster with the portability of a wireless Bluetooth speaker.
HP first upgraded an EliteBook model to incorporate Intel Haswell’s power and juice-saving potential back in October, but the 800 Trio was just the warm-up for the EliteBook Revolve 810 G2 and EliteBook Folio 1040 G1.
So you’ve taken a liking to Lenovo’s “multimode” Yoga 10 Android tablet, have you? Yet you’re not entirely sure it’s worth the $275 Lenovo asks for it. Or the $260 charged by Amazon. How about $225? Does that sound fair?
If you haven’t already noticed, booq has been on a roll with releasing new bags for consumers. Their latest, the Python slimpack, is perfectly designed for the professional photographer or up-and-coming shutterbug.
And then there were five. Six, if you also count Google. Chromebook manufacturers, that is, as Dell has just joined Acer, Samsung, HP and Lenovo in a computer class that not many believed at the very beginning was going anywhere.
Swimming against every single tide in the Android Ocean, Asus has just taken the wraps off the PadFone mini, a lower-cost, lower-end take on the PadFone concept that has recently reached its fourth generation.
Working harder these days is Samsung. It’s one of the top brands in the market launching phones, tablets, and other devices left and right. The South Korean giant is on top of the game right now and looks like there is no stopping anytime soon.
Rumors of a Nexus 8 being prepped by Google and LG have timidly floated around for a couple of months now, blowing up less than 24 hours ago as a result of an @evleaks tweet.
LG-V510 is not a mysterious model number, we’ve seen a service manual for the device getting leaked. When the model number first appeared everyone ended up saying that it’s a LG G Pad 8.3 variant, due to the set of specifications mentioned in the manual. Well, it appears it’s not the case — it could be a Nexus device. The notorious leaked @evleaks mentioned LG-V510 is indeed a Nexus device, backing it up with a leaked screenshot.
On the first day of Christmas my true love sent to me… a $99 Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet? I know, I know, it doesn’t rhyme, yet it should sound more than right to the ears of tech aficionados. And the reason is easy to guess: normally, the Venue 8 Pro costs around $300.
I’m a minimalist by heart, so small, powerful, or multi-function devices tend to grab my attention to at least take a peek. With the growing number of mobile devices and accessories, you’d guess right that I’m almost always checking something out. External storage and external battery packs are quite popular, for good reason. Mobile lifestyles more »