Samsung is apparently going to unveil a couple of new 7-inch tablets soon. One will be sold as the Galaxy Tab A, while the other will bear Galaxy Tab E branding. The latter device has been leaking a lot lately, with full specs having been outed as well as a round of renders allegedly showing it.
Earlier today prolific leaker Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks, has decided to make things interesting and out a new set of press renders for the 7-inch Tab E. However, accompanying it in the image you can see below is the upcoming 7-inch Galaxy Tab A.
The Tab A is to the left in these shots, while the right side belongs to the Tab E. What’s immediately obvious is that the E models have larger side bezels. The backs of the upcoming Tab A and Tab E devices are pretty much interchangeable.
Their specs could be similar too, but that’s not certain yet. The Tab E is supposedly coming with a 7-inch 1,280×800 touchscreen, a 1.3 GHz processor, 1.5GB of RAM, and 8GB of built-in storage. It will also get a 4G-capable iteration. It will be headed to the US alongside other…
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HTC is now taking pre-orders for the Steam-powered Vive VR headset, as promised. Earlier today we told you about the international pricing of the HTC Vive – the VR headset costs $799 in the USA, 899 in Europe, $817 in Australia, CAD 1,149 in Canada, £689 in the UK, and CNY 6,888 in China.
The pre-orders are opened to everyone, and you can place your order for the Vive right now. Most of the markets will be getting the Vive this April while the first units in Australia will be dispatched in May.
Beware of the shipping costs, though, as they turned out to be quite steep. You will have to add 60 for shipping in Europe, $110 in Australia, £58 for the UK, $30 in the USA.
If you want to pre-order your HTC Vive, you should head to official store.
Google’s mobile payments service Android Pay will launch in the United Kingdom in March, according a new report from British newspaper The Telegraph which cites industry sources – the report has been taken down due to unknown reasons.
The service is currently only available in Google’s home country of the United States, where it started rolling out back in September last year. In December 2015, the Mountain View, California-based company announced that Android Pay will be launched in Australia in H1 2016.
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The Google Chromecast Audio has received a price cut in the United Kingdom, where retailer Currys is currently selling the device for just £14. That translates into a discount of £16.
A quick look at the device’s Google Store listing reveals a £30 price tag, meaning the discount is currently only available at Currys. Another important thing worth mentioning here is that the deal is for today only.
For those who aren’t already aware, Chromecast Audio – as the name suggests – is basically an audio streaming device that plugs into your speaker for streaming music through WiFi. It is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Mac and Windows laptop, as well as Chromebook.
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