We know that Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2013 are almost here and we want to help tech enthusiasts find some of the great deals around the Internet. As usual Black Friday and Cyber Monday will generate billions of dollars so tech companies couldn’t resist and will put on table a lot of great deals. We will try to select some of the best tech deals from Amazon, Ebay, Barnes & Noble, Walmart, Best Buy.
At 7″ inches, the display was an expected size, as was the upgrade to HD with a 1920 x 1200 capability.It even boasts an impressive 323 ppi rate.
It is very lightweight and the design is sleek, and it has a dual camera system this time around. Unfortunately, the cameras are still nothing special, but yet are still on par with other devices: 5 megapixels on the back, 1.2 megapixels on the front.
Other upgrades include a 1.5 GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processing chip, double the memory with 2GB, and dual stereo speakers with digital surround sound. Add that to the improved display and it really ups the ante for streaming video.
The battery life looks pretty standard for most high end tablets these days. They say to expect nine hours for video playback, ten for regular use and browsing. I always suggest being conservative with battery estimations, especially after time begins to drain its charge.
Besides this new design it’s also slimmer, lighter and faster. It comes with A7 CPU, the same that was first put on the iPhone 5S and also the first 64-bit CPU ever used in a tablet. It’s paired with M7 motion coprocessor just like it was on the iPhone 5S.
For start, I have to say I’m impressed of how HTC One looks like. From the display to the design of the phone, everything yells quality. It’s clearly an evolution from HTC One X smartphone and also an improvement, because the body is made fully of aluminium. The beautiful 4.7-inch Super LCD 3 display supports a 1080p resolution which means that the pixel density is awesome: 468ppi. Above and under the display is a part of what HTC likes to call BoomSound – two front-facing stereo speakers, which feature Beats Audio integration and a dual-microphone HDR recording feature meant to capture a clean, rich sound.
Motorola appears to have learned from the company’s mistake and has issued the Moto X, which puts all the control in the hands of the consumer.
The real selling point is going to be the customization, and that is a pretty cool, feature. People like making phones their own, and with so many combinations (and more allegedly to come) you can design the perfect accessory. The basic design is good, too. It isn’t as bulky as other Motorola models, and so will add a sleek quality to whatever you choose.
The standard Nook HD has a 7 inch screen that seems as though its primary audience is going to be the people who want their tablets for reading. The bigger, 9 inch, HD+ version takes things a bit farther and tries to tackle a family market where media consumption and viewing space are key.
The Nook HD is currently the lightest tablet on the market (weighing in at just 11.1 ounces), making it the perfect candidate for a day at the coffee shop or for reading while walking around campus.