July 23, 2012
Sony is covering all its bases with its new F800 Walkman. Powered by Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0, it comes with pre-installed apps for GPS, email usage and media listening/viewing. With a 3.5" display, it is both WiFi and Bluetooth compatible and comes with earbuds at a starting price of $264.00.
The more affordable E470 is the slimmest Walkman yet at a mere 7mm thick. It features a 2" display, runs on Android, and comes with karaoke mode with lyrics as well as pre-installed games. Prices start at $79.00.
Read More in: Audio Devices | Portable Media | Wireless Music
July 20, 2012
Canon has released three new PIXMA all-in-one printers. All three feature FastFront for simplified changing of paper and ink and can make borderless 6 x 4" prints in less than a minute with a 4,800 x 2,400 dpi resolution. The MG2220 Printer plugs in while the MG3220 and MG4220 are both wireless and compatible with AirPrint, Google Cloud Print and Canon's Easy PhotoPrint mobile app. Expect prices of $69.99, $79.00 and $129.00 respectively.
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July 19, 2012
Heavily into gaming but can't afford the constant fees? GameTanium offers a viable alternative. Verizon Android subscribers can take advantage of the unlimited play for a mere $5.99 monthly after a free 3-day trial. There are over 100 smartphone and 50 tablet games with new ones added all the time. Note that a data plan is needed and depending on which one you have, usage may count towards your allowance.
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July 18, 2012
AT&T will be carrying the Samsung Galaxy S III in patriotic red, white and blue beginning July 29. They will be handling the scarlet smartphone exclusively in 16GB only while Verizon, Spring and T-Mobile will be carrying 16GB and 32GB white and blue models. With a contract, expect to pay $199.99 per phone that features a 4.8" HD AMOLED display, Android 4.0 OS and an 8MP camera built with facial recognition. Pre-ordering is available now.
Via Samsung Galaxy S III
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July 17, 2012
Microsoft's Windows To Go doesn't just share data between devices, it runs Windows 8 on PCs that only have version 7. The portable USB drive saves settings and apps and makes it simple for taking work home. Unveiled at the recent WPC 2012, the mini-storage stick works on both USB 2.0 and 3.0 and on legacy BIOS and UEFI firmware. Look for its release when Windows 8 becomes accessible for all in October.
Via Business Insider
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