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How much would you spend on a 7 inch tablet? $500? $300? How about $250? That’s the number eBook company Kobo is eyeing off, with a price drop on its tablet-based eReader heading our way in November.
Kobo unveiled its hand earlier this week, and now its biggest competitor, Amazon, is doing the same, updating the Kindle range with several new Kindle units, though only one will come to Australia for the moment.
One of the biggest competitors to Amazon’s Kindle electronic book reader has just pulled the covers from three new products, heading to Australian stores shortly and offering anyone with at least a hundred bucks an eBook reader in a nifty paperback size.
Dads are a very special group of people, and on Fathers Day, we try to give them our best. Whether your pa is the type of guy who loves gadgets, BBQ, sport or spending time in the kitchen, we’re sure you’ll find something for him in this guide.
Google’s own tablet may not have the the physical size to directly take on its Apple iPad nemesis, but it will definitely be more than just an online purchase, with Australian retailers grabbing the tablet too.
Search engine giant Google may have made the operating system to take the tablet fight to Apple, but it’s never had its own tablet in the game, that is until now.
This week, we were alerted to an unusually low price for an eBook reader, with just under thirty dollars for a Kindle competitor available locally. But as we tried to find a unit, we were reminded that you really can get what you pay for.
Whether the mum in your life loves working in the home, sitting in the office, churning out idea after idea, or just having fun out and about, this guide has something she’s sure to like.
Imagine never needing to buy a newspaper again and having everything update one single piece of paper? It could soon be a reality, with LG …
In case you haven’t noticed, we’re more than a little surprised that big name manufacturers responsible for Android tablets haven’t responded to Apple’s iPad price drop with urgency. The maker of Android – Google – may be joining us, with a development popping up that could push down the cost of Android tablets whether other manufacturers like it or not.