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Kindle Fire HD 7 and 8.9 now available for pre-order in ‘over 170 countries’ (update: Appstore open in ‘nearly 200′)
Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 7- and 8.9-inch slates have only seen limited shores since they were formally announced, but today the company said they’re now available for pre-order in more than “170 countries and territories around the world.” We could try and list all the new tablet markets, but it’s easier to say that until now, they’ve only found spots in Amazon stores in the US, Europe and Japan. We’re not surprised to see the hardware get a much wider release, given that the e-tailer revealed its plan to take the Appstore global last month. The only other nugget in the PR is an expected shipping date of June 13th. Head over to your local Amazon portal to confirm if your region is one of the lucky 170.
Update: Amazon’s issued a second PR saying those international plans for the Appstore are no longer plans — it’s now up and running in “nearly 200 countries.”
ASUS’ GeForce GTX 670 DirectCU Mini graphics card first broke cover in April without a price or concrete release date, but now Newegg has dished out just those details along with extra specs. Loaded with 1,344 CUDA cores and 2GB of 256-bit GDDR5 RAM, the silicon boats a base clock of 928Mhz and a boost speed of 1,006MHz. The 6.7-inch long hardware bound for diminutive — or even full-size — PCs rings up at $ 399, and is slated for availability on May 20th. Click the source link below to pre-order the dual-slot dwarf or head past the break for the retailer’s unboxing video.
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Heads up, folks, just go ahead and grab your wallet right now. That’s because the latest Humble Bundle has arrived, and it includes a number of stellar titles from Double Fine. Here, you can name your own price for Costume Quest, Psychonauts and Stacking, and if you beat the average, you’ll also score a copy of Brutal Legend. All payments of $ 1 or more will net you a Steam key for the games, which are available — some for the first time — on Windows, Mac and Linux. As a unique twist to the promotion, payments of $ 35 or more include early backer access to Broken Age, the crowd-funded game that was previously known as Double Fine Adventure. As always, you can allocate some (or all) of your payment to charity, which benefits the EFF and Child’s Play. Click on through to the Humble Bundle and you’ll find bonus incentives for doling out some cash.
Filed under: Gaming
Source: Humble Bundle
Chalk up another one: in sync with Sprint and T-Mobile, United States Cellular has signed up with the ranks of US carriers detailing their Galaxy S 4 launch strategies. The mid-size provider will not commit to a more certain timeframe for its launch beyond “late April,” however it’s currently taking pre-orders for a 16GB edition at $ 200 with an agreement and a steep $ 750 contract-free. That last information costs it above AT&T’s offering, although US Cellular is sweetening the pot by distributing an S Take Cover to those prepared to buy sight unseen. The information leaves just Cricket, C Spire and Verizon without primarily complete Galaxy S 4 strategies– let’s hope they get the pace.
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Good news, Steve O’Hear. The physical QWERTY isn’t dead! The BlackBerry Q10 is now available for pre-ordering in the UK and ships at the end of the month.
BlackBerry’s second BB10 device will be available on Vodafone, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Three, EE, and TalkMobile. Carphone Warehouse lists the device at £579.95 SIM-free or free on a 2-year, £36-per-month, contract. That’s on par with other devices in the UK market.
As for other markets, BlackBerry’s blog posting states “we’ll have details on availability to follow soon.” Whatever that means.
The Q10 is the BlackBerry Bold of the BB10 era. It’s positioned as a top-tier QWERTY device — the best BlackBerry can build. Where the Z10 is a pure touchscreen device, the Q10 is a hybrid, featuring a 3.1-inch touchscreen on top of a QWERTY keypad.
We spent a bit of time with the Q10 at BB10′s launch in January. It’s a worthy successor of the solid BlackBerry Bold. In fact, BlackBerry power users should be more interested in the Q10 than the Z10. It’s that good. But, if that’s you, it would still be wise to play with one yourself instead of simply pre-ordering.
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We saw them at CES last month, and soon you’ll be able to reserve your own: Razer today announced that its Edge and Edge Pro tablets will be available for pre-order starting March 1st at 12:01 AM PST. The 10.1-inch Windows 8 tablets will start at $ 999.99 for a 64GB model with 4GB of RAM, moving up to $ 1,299.99 with 128GB of storage and $ 1,449.99 for those in need of a beefier 256GB drive. As for the various docks available for Edge — which include a keyboard, gaming controller, and docking station — you’ll need to pay for those separately, and Razer isn’t yet revealing when it plans to begin accepting orders. No, its resolution of 1366 x 768 isn’t up to snuff with Microsoft’s Surface Pro, but at least a couple of those docks will net…
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At CES last week Samsung set a brand-new standard in size with its 85-inch S9 that edged past the Ultra HD competitors by one inch, and now it’s setting a brand-new high mark for rate too, at least in Korea. While we still do not have any United States rates or release information, the first 77 designs framed because “Classic Gallery” frame are going up for pre-order, priced at 40,000,000 gained ($ 37,877 United States). Besides the obligatory 214cm of 4K goodness, it has inbuilt 2.2 channels speakers, quad-core CPU and Accuracy Black Pro LCD panel. We have actually heard that sales of Sony and LG’s models have been surprisingly quick in spite of their high rates so you might wish to run, not walk to your regional Korean high-end electronics retailer to obtain one initial. Naturally, if you wait, you can constantly snag the 95 – or 110-inch model that are guaranteed to ship later on this year, albeit at comparable prices. While you’re deciding, have a look at our hands-on pictures and video to get an idea of what awaits.
Samsung’s massive ultra high-definition Televisions have lastly gotten a price, at least in Korea. In a release, Samsung revealed that it would quickly begin an extremely minimal pre-order for the 85-inch model, which we have actually formerly heard will be launched in March. Just 77 units seem readily available throughout pre-orders, which makes more sense when you see the price tag: it will offer for 40 million gained, or about $ 37,900 United States.
That price is warranted mostly by the TV’s 4K resolution and partially by the smooth easel-like design, which lets Samsung break out the speakers into the legs while keeping the screen itself fairly thin. Nonetheless, it’s greater than the number we ‘d tentatively heard before, which might either reflect the often less costly cost of …
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If you investeded in the entirety of 2012 with 11 million won ($ 10,000 United States) in your cost savings account and pleading LG to take it, we ‘d wager that you were hoping that the maker’s 55-inch WRGB OLED HDTV– announced at last year’s CES– would make its way to your front door in a reasonable quantity of time. Whether or not you feel that one change of the earth around the sun can be called sensible, LG will begin taking pre-orders for the awesome display in Korea on Thursday (January 3rd) and will ship the first batch to early adopters following month. There’s still no word on when we can expect to see one in other parts of the globe, but this– as well as its stamp of approval by the FCC– is a good sign that the wait might quickly be over. Have a look at the complete press release after the break.
Not all Kickstarter jobs take air travel, to say the least, so it’s good to see one like GoPano Micro that not just went someplace however is continuing to advance. The company has actually simply placed a new variation of the 360 certification camera lens adapter on pre-order, this time for the iPhone 5. The tiny lens is mounted to a case for Apple’s latest mobile phone, and lets you movie while panning in any sort of direction by swiping the display left or right– as revealed in the video for the last model, after the break. It even lets you scroll around the video after its been tape-recorded, since it films the entire circular panorama simultaneously. It’ll run you $ 69 to get one, including a 2nd case for the iPhone 4/4S, so if you’re looking include to your bag of cinematic tricks, click on the source.