As you can see in the video below, the Desire X maintains the design language of the HTC One X, but is smaller and has a couple of design additions. A nice looking handset with a great price point.
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Another Android tablet from Lenovo makes way dubbed the IdeaPad that comes in three models.
The A2107, is an entry level tablet. At 7-inch, it runs on Android 2.3. The second one, IdeaPad A2109, that measures at 9-inch is a slim entertainment tablet that runs on Android 4.0. The last is called the IdeaPad S2110 and just like the second, it’s also a slim entertainment tablet with Android 4.0, bigger than the two at 10-inch HD wide viewing angle display.
IdeaPad S2 Series consists a detachable keyboard dock to complete its look for its comeback along with the IdeaTab A2109 and A2107 which seem to be the cheapest among the three as its size alone speaks for itself. Nonetheless, it’s still packed with a 1GHz Cortex A9 single core for its processor, a memory of 16GB expandable up to 1GB RAM.
Its 2-megapixelcameras can be found at two megapixel rear and .3 megapixel front.
The 9-inch IdeaTab A2109 has a Quad-core 1.2GHz Nvidia Tegra 3, the same memory capacity as that of the first one.
Lenovo’s IdeaPad S2110 is packed with a 1.5GHz dual-core, a memory of at least 1GB RAM along with a rear camera of 5-megapixel and 1.3 megapixel for its front. All will have 10-finger touchscreen capabilities while providing an affordable price.
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Usually when buying a smartphone it makes sense to aim for one of the established manufacturers. After all, with a few notable exceptions, they are the ones who have the necessary funding to spend on research and development – the most crucial element when sculpting a smartphone from a mere also-ran to a real technological marvel. However, the competition in this field is intense. Here’s a quick assessment of where your money might be best directed.
Sony Xperia S
In the nineties and early noughties Sony Ericsson was seen as the most likely manufacturer to topple Nokia from its perch of domination. How times have changed: neither Nokia nor Sony (as it is now having divorced Ericsson) could be deemed the champ. However Sony is clearly not prepared to accept this state of affairs, and has come up with the Xperia S as their latest ruse to enter and dominate the smartphone market. Its biggest selling point, at least in Sony’s eyes, is the prevalence of HD technology. Whether you’re taking photos or capturing video.
Using the same Bravia engine that fires their award-winning range of TVs Sony is clearly hoping for the Xperia S to be taken not simply as a smartphone, but a potential option for budding moviemakers. This is not to say it doesn’t have the tech-specs you’d expect from this kind of product. Using an internal flash-memory system, it packs a 32GB punch, as well as a 1.5 GHZ processor. But the real gem of the Xperia S, it’s worth emphasising, is the camera. The iPhone 4S has 8 Megapixels as does the Samsung Galaxy III. The Xperia S has 12.1 Megapixels! If what really matters is the quality of image you’re going to be taking or capturing and sharing with your circle, this will be one of the most popular mobile phones.
School can sometimes be a drag. I think that’s something we all know based on experience. One thing I remember to get rid of the school-day blues back when I was still a student though, was bring something that made me happy every day to school. Sometimes it was a bottle of my favorite perfume, sometimes it was my favorite pin. It might sound silly, but it actually worked.
So maybe you could do what I did for your kids who are currently still in school, but in a more consistent and geeky manner. How? By letting them bring their lunch in this uber-cool Star Wars R2D2 Lunch Bag!
It looks awesome, it lights up, and it even makes fun beeping sounds once you push the button. It’s made from 100% PVC and is BPA free, so you don’t have to worry about food safety. It’s also padded with superior quality polyethylene foam insulation so your grub stays fresh.
The Star Wars R2D2 Lunch Bag is available for $ 19.99.
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Recently Samsung started selling a new version of 7-inch tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 – Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition. In fact it is the same Android-tablet but includes Keyboard Dock and USB Adapter for the same price.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition is available in a white color, has a 7-inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels and a dual-core 1 GHz TI OMAP4 processor, Keyboard Dock and USB adapter. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition sells for $ 249.99. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The tablet comes with front and rear built-in cameras and 8GB of internal storage. It could be extended with flash storage up to 32GB via MicroSDHC card slot. Google Nexus 7 tablet has only one front camera and does not have options to expand storage.
On other hand Google Nexus 7 comes with more powerful quad core processor, high resolution 1280×800 pixels display and runs on the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Google Nexus 7 supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC versus to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0 and IR port of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.
From our point of view both tablets are good for their niches. Google Nexus 7 provides very good performance but missing some important features such as rear camera and storage expansion slot.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Student Edition comes with 2 cameras, storage expansion slot and keyboard dock. All of these features could be very useful for students
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