Showing posts with label Price. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Price. Show all posts

Sunday, January 05, 2014

American manufacturer of tablet E Fun, known for its low-cost devices officially announced its new line of budget Android tablets, which will include seven, eight and ten-inch device.

E Fun Nextbook 7, Nextbook Nextbook 8 and 10. Cheap Android Tablet, with the price to be launched from a level of $ 100

New items will have the name of the E Fun Nextbook 7, Nextbook Nextbook 8 and 10, while, as usual, they can boast of very low prices: buy Nextbook 7 will be only $ 100, and the price of the older model - Nextbook 10 will be about $ 150.

It is planned that the sale of new plates E Fun will arrive during the first quarter of this, in 2014.

What would constitute these devices?

The most expensive, a ten tablet will have a quad ARM Cortex A9 processor, clocked at 1.6 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal memory that can be expanded with the help of the card slot MicroSD, 2-megapixel main camera and a 0.3-megapixel front web camera. In addition, this device boasts a USB 2.0 port, HDMI output and Wi-Fi adapter with support for 802.11b/g/n.

Nextbook 8 Price is $ 130, and it is his older brother differs 7.85-inch screen having a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels and 8 gigabytes of internal memory.

$ 100 tablet we get one based on the dual-core processor and equipped with a seven-inch screen having a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, equipped as the average model line 8 GB of internal memory.

Work all three new operating system Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

Friday, January 03, 2014

Motorola has once again been forced to revise downward the price of its flagship smartphone Moto X. Launched with a mark of $ 650 for the version without contact on the top product Motorola hardware specifications comparable to midrange other manufacturers clearly did not comply with price competition.

Manufacturer faced with incomprehension market positioning of your device is attempting to increase the demand for Moto X going to reduce prices, but the desired results have not yet received. Current cost reduction has become one of the most ambitious in the history of the unit, so lost in the base model price hundred dollars and now will cost $ 399. Considerably cheapened version and Developer Edition, which is now both GSM and CDMA in the embodiment will cost $ 449.

Let's see how the revision of prices will affect the demand for the flagship Motorola, given the fact that even after a reduction of the cost of Moto X is still much more expensive in terms of interesting hardware features Nexus 5.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Gone are the days when you had to drive all the way to the computer store to shop for a new laptop or desktop computer. Today, you can either use the internet to order your computer online or buy at a brick and mortar computer store if you still choose to do so. However, there are a number of reasons why you should buy your computer online. If you have plans to purchase a new computer soon, here are some of the reasons why you should buy from the web:

You Don't Need to Leave the House to Buy Your Computer

When you order a computer online, the item gets delivered straight to your address without the need for you to leave your home. This may appear to be a minor and insignificant reason for purchasing your PC online but this convenience is most helpful if you are too busy with your job to go to the computer shop or are too weak or frail to carry a large and heavy package from the store to your home. Shopping online and having your new computer delivered to your home is also a good way to save money on gas.

Buy Your Computer at a Cheaper Price

One of the advantages of buying online is that goods tend to be less expensive when bought from the internet. This is because when you buy online, you are buying from a merchant who does not maintain a physical store nor spends money on space rental, salaries and utility costs. Goods that are sold online are therefore cheaper because many of the sellers are able to cut the overhead costs often associated with operating a brick and mortar shop. Online merchants just often need a business phone and an ecommerce website to sell their goods and provide support services to their customers. Unless computer stores hold a special sale, you will most likely buy the same computer at a much cheaper price online than when you purchase it from a brick and mortar store.

You Get Honest Online Computer Reviews

You will likely be dealing with salespeople if you buy your computer at a physical store. These people work on commission and oftentimes, they do the best they can so you don't leave the store emptyhanded. To do this, they may try to talk you into buying a computer that is way more expensive than what you have budgeted or bombard you with a number of explanations why you should purchase a computer with features that you won't use at all. Buying online helps you to avoid dealing with these people. There may be no salespeople you can talk to when you buy your computer online but you can contact the website's customer service number for your inquiries. Customers also post computer reviews and feedback online not to earn commission but to help other buyers make informed decisions. These reviews often contain information about the capacities and features of computer models so you actually get an idea of what it's like to use and own a particular computer. By reading these unbiased reviews, you are able to evaluate whether it is wise for you to purchase a particular computer or not.

Your Computer of Choice is Often Available Online

Have you experienced going to the store and leaving empty-handed because the item you intended to buy was out of stock? This frequently happens when you buy from brick and mortar shops and applies when you shop for a new computer. When you buy your computer online, though, you can hop from one site to another with no problem at all to find the computer that you are looking for.

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Thursday, July 18, 2013

As the console wars begin heating up again, it is easy to forget some facts about the world of gaming. Consoles have their place, and they are great for the general public. For serious gamers, however, there is no comparison to the gaming PC. With machines designed specifically for gaming, you can spend as much as you like on a tricked-out PC or laptop to meet your gaming needs. When you want to go toe-to-toe with the competition, you need the best hardware you can find.

The best possible performance

Professional athletes choose their gear based on the sport they play. Runners wear running shoes because they are specifically designed to optimize running performance. They do not wear dress shoes, casual shoes or combat boots, because those are not designed for what they are doing.

The same mentality applies to gaming. An average, a mid-range desktop is capable of playing many different games - just as a pair of casual shoes can get you all about town. However, such a machine will only do a passable job on many demanding games. To experience each game in all its glory, you need a machine designed to pull out all the stops - something that is par for the course with gaming PCs.

The balance of CPU and GPU

Buying a gaming PC or laptop can be much like purchasing a car. If you have unlimited funds, you can try to purchase the model that has the highest overall speed, handles the best and has the fastest acceleration. For most people, however, it is necessary to strike a balance between cost and priorities.

When choosing a gaming PC, most people must strike a balance between CPU and GPU. According to PC World, gamers that play current first-person shooters may want to look more towards a powerful GPU - for graphics processing power - than the CPU. In contrast, those who play turn-based war titles may need a more powerful CPU to keep the AI moving at top speed. For those who play real-time strategy, it may be best to weigh both GPU and CPU evenly.

PC versus Laptop

Gaming laptops have come a long way in recent years, and it is now possible to get a very respectable system in a remarkably small package. However, the same issues arise in the PC versus laptop argument that have always applied - you will always get more bang for your buck in a desktop configuration than you will in a laptop.

Creating hardware that will perform optimally yet fit into a portable package is hard work. The components that make up modern gaming laptops are true feats of engineering. This innovation, however, costs money.

If your situation demands a portable system, then a gaming laptop is ideal. Still, you should never expect to get the value or the power from a laptop that you can get from a desktop.

Law of diminishing returns

You can spend an impressive amount of money on a gaming PC or laptop - a system filled with the latest and most powerful hardware - but it is important to remember what you will be using it for. Most games do not need the full capabilities of the most powerful hardware.

For instance, Digital Trends recommends splurging on a quad-core processor. Dual-core processors are more affordable, but modern gaming really needs a quad-core to shine. Digital trends recommends against dishing out the extra money for a six-core processor. No current games need that level of power, nor will most in the immediate future.

If your budget is unlimited, than by all means go for the best. For everyone else, try to find the sweet spot between performance and your budget.

Get the edge

It may take some deliberation to determine what will meet your needs and your budget. There is no question; however, that a good gaming PC or laptop will give you the necessary edge you need while playing. Faster, more responsive, and undeniably more beautiful - your games will shine on a powerful system designed specifically for gaming.

Author Bio: Alan McMahon works for Dell and is involved in marketing consumer and enterprise solutions, across a range for products from tablet pc's, servers, and storage to virtualization. Alan McMahon is based in Ireland and enjoys sailing as a past time.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Volkswagen is set to release a new model, the cost of which will start from 6000 euros. In an interview with Automotive News said the head of the department.

New products will be designed for emerging markets. The specific countries are not in the conversation, but with almost absolute certainty, we can say that it is not just about China and India, but also Russia and other Eastern European countries.

As to the concept of a new low-cost Volkswagen, then, according to Hackenberg, it is a full-fledged family car cost from 6 to 8 thousand euro. As the senior manager, such a price level will be achieved through a high localization of production - in Volkswagen will select worthy of regional suppliers with the appropriate level of quality.