Posts Tagged: "5-inch"

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Xperia Z Goes On Sale Tomorrow at T-Mobile for $99.99

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Starting today you can preorder (it ships tomorrow) Sony’s Xperia Z directly from T-Mobile for $99.99.  You’ll of course need to commit to 24 payments for the next 24 months at $20 a piece.  Final price: $579.99. But wait, there is more.  T-Mobile is willing to toss in a Sony...

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The Copia Tablet Is A Sub-$100 E-Reader

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A sub $100 color e-reader exists, and it’s called the Ocean Reader (we think — the name isn’t final). From the company Copia, it’s an interesting proposition currently shrouded in mystery. How powerful will it be? What e-bookstores will it support? We don’t know. Specs wise, not much is known...

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Gadget Rumor: 5 to 7-inch iPad Coming 2011

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Why is it that when a new Apple product arrives there are ALWAYS rumors of a smaller or larger sized variant of the device?  Now word has hit that Apple is planning a smaller, 5 to 7-inch iPad to be released as early as the first quarter of 2011.  Have...

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Gadget Leak: Android Based Archos 5 Pricing Detailed

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According to a leaked B&H Photo product page, Archos is set to refresh their Archos 5 Internet Tablet with not only a new, svelter form factor but a brand new OS. The 5-inch touchscreen device’s OS will now be Android.  It will be avaialble in a variety of capacities and...

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Samsung Unveils SNE-50K, A 5-inch E-Reader

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Although we’ve known for a few months now that Samsung had plans to enter the e-reader game, we didn’t know when the device would emerge.  Today the company made the device official and what was known as the Papyrus has now become the SNE-50K, at least as far as I...

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Garmin nuvi 1490T Unveiled, 25% Thinner And Less Filling

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Garmin announced their 1490T today, a GPS unit that they claim is 25% thinner than ‘most’ nuvi models.  It sports a 5-inch touchscreen, lane assist, Bluetooth for handsfree calls and free lifetime traffic updates, something we’ve seen in Navigon’s line of GPS units.  They’ve also tossed in lane assist with...