This question will be on plenty of consumer minds when the iPad mini officially launches on Nov. 2. It’s basically everything we expected (thanks leaks!), with the Lightning connector, 7.9-inch display and iPad 2 guts running the show. In comparison to the $500 price of the normal sized iPad, $329 for the base iPad mini is a great entry point. But when you consider the Kindle Fire HD 7 and Nexus 7 are both $200, a pretty substantial disparity arises. Apple’s premium is still in tact, and they’ll likely sell a ton of units despite cheaper options being available. But will it ultimately prove to be as successful as its larger brother?
As technology evolves, Brandon’s love grows deeper, a love that stems from watching the Back to the Future trilogy one-too-many times. When he’s not covering the latest tech news for…
By Todd Haselton |
TechnoBuffalo recently brought you our top choices for the best smartphones of the holiday season, and now we’re back with a list of our favorite tablets that money can buy right now. Again, we’re going to make sure we address every operating system, because we know that some people prefer iOS to Android or Windows, and vice versa. There should be something for everyone here.
By Jacob Kleinman |
Earlier this year, DisplayMate reported that the iPhone 6 Plus offered the “best performing smartphone LCD” on the market, but how does Apple’s current lineup hold up against the competition? The answer is not to great, at least according to a new…
By Sean P. Aune |
Welcome to the twenty-ninth episode of the TechnoBuffalo Show! On this week’s episode Todd and Sean will be discussing Samsung’s phone plans, the new Nokia tablet, Apple Watch and more. And, as always, taking questions from the audience! This week’s…