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 |
Lenovo, the world’s largest PC maker by a large margin, has a robust portfolio of products that will help make your transition back to school more productive, more fun and easier than ever. Seriously, the company offers a choice for every budget and every lifestyle. Whether you want to buy a multimedia laptop for gaming in the dorms and writing term papers, a tablet for portability, a budget machine that will leave cash over for spring break, an all-in-one, an affordable Chromebook or a laptop that can also double as a tablet, Lenovo has you covered.
By Brandon Russell |
That HTC-made Nexus tablet, known so far as Flounder/Volantis, has received Wi-Fi certification. That’s not much, but it’s by no means insignificant. As we inch toward the start of fall, we’re expecting two new Nexus devices to hit—the other made…