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  • November 17th, 2012

    by Published on November 18th, 2012 21:31
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    A few months ago we had news of a 45 Dollar (£28) Laptop running Windows CE.

    Well today we have found via Ebay.Com an Android Tablet thats on sale for a ultra cheap $50 (£32)

    For that you get an Android Tablet with a 7 Inch Screen, Front Facing Camera, USB Ethernet Dongle and 4GB Storage Capacity. The Tablet runs the Android 2.2 Froyo OS.

    More info --> http://www.ebay.com/itm/WonderMedia-...item27cace6f24 ...
    by Published on November 18th, 2012 20:43
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    Amazon's Black Friday deals are worth staying in for, thankfully, as are your health and safety. The retailer posted a list of Lightning Deals for Monday, November 19 through Saturday, November 24, along with the approximate time the deals will be active.

    Thursday and Friday are the big days, of course, with standout deals including Dishonored for $25, Skylanders Giants for $39, $200 PS3 and Xbox 360 bundles, and the far, far too tempting $100 price for the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector's Set. Browse the full list on Amazon and start setting calendar reminders.

    by Published on November 18th, 2012 20:41
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    Toys 'R' Us' Black Friday ad is 32 pages of red and green deals, and as usual, the toy store's got plenty of gaming deals ready for purchase, including a few deals on consoles.

    The biggest hook is a big "buy one, get one for $1" sale going on, with dozens of games available for a buck each when you buy one at a standard price. In addition to lots of great DSi games, even modern Xbox 360 and PS3 games are on the list, including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and more current titles like Dishonored and Need for Speed: Most Wanted. All Wii U games are also "buy one, get one 40% off," so if you want to fill out your library for Nintendo's new console, there you go.

    Read on for more choice Black Friday offerings. For the complete list of Toys 'R' Us deals, check out the retailer's Black Friday flyer.

    by Published on November 18th, 2012 19:41
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    2. Wii U News
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    It's well past midnight, you're home with your brand new Nintendo Wii U -- now what? Well, you've got yourself a hefty firmware update to download should you wish to do anything other than play disc-based Wii U games. Say, for instance, you wanna check out Nintendo's Mii-based social network, Miiverse? You're gonna need that update. Or you want to check out the digital storefront, the eShop? Update. Browse the internet? Up ... you get the picture. The file download clocks in at just over an hour (at least on our retail units ahead of launch), and the install takes another five minutes, so we'd suggest you grab it ASAP before the rest of the world is trying to hungrily snap it up as well. Remember: your brand new Wii U can do literally nothing outside of build Miis and play disc-based games before the update, so don't go freaking out when your console seems to be missing a few key functions out of the box.
    And no, this doesn't include Nintendo TVii, which Nintendo says won't arrive until some time in December. We'll update this post with more specifics as we explore the update further, so keep an eye out!
    Update: The update includes, from what we've seen thus far, the entire eShop, Miiverse, an internet browser, and access to Netflix. Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, and YouTube remain conspicuously absent, but should be available "in the coming weeks" (per Nintendo's update earlier this week). Backwards compatibility is also packed in the update, in form of the entire original Wii menu (which makes us feel like we just downloaded the entire Wii console to our Wii U -- the future!). The Wii U actually fully resets to launch the Wii menu, and can only be navigated using a classic Wii remote control. Kinda bogus, but it sure is nice having a full Wii built in to the Wii U.
    Update 2: Netflix is a separate download required (an update) for use.

    by Published on November 18th, 2012 00:10
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    2. Wii U News
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    Its now November 18th and the first of the Next gen Consoles is to be released, The WiiU is a much more powerful brother to the Nintendo Wii and with the amazing Tablet Gamepad which promises to revelutionize gaming more than the original WiiMote did which also works on the WiiU.

    Play as big as you want, or as personal as you like. The Nintendo Wii U reinvent gaming in completely new ways. The new controller is a classic controller with a screen, gamers can leave the TV off while they play in single mode, then switch on the big screen to play party games with friends and family.

    The motion sensing functions in the game pad let gamers use it as a window to the game, a world that stretches beyond the rectangular frame of the TV. Just lift it up to see the sky, and swing it left and right to see the expanse of the field. Hold it in front of you, and spin around to see the enemy that is sneaking up on you from behind.

    Information on the game and character stats can be shown on the controller screen while you hack and slash in the battlefield. With the touch screen, selecting programs and surfing the net become easier and players can interact directly with game characters with their stylus.

    The WiiU is available in 32GB Premium Pack and also an 8GB Basic Pack.

    WiiU Games being released today include New Super Mario Bros U, Arkham City Armoured Edition, Assassins Creed 3, Call of Duty Black Ops 2, Sonic AllStars Racing, Nintendo Land, Tank Tank Tank, ScribbleNauts Unlimited, Epic Mickey 2 The Power of Two, ESPN Sports Connection, DarkSiders 2, Rabbids Land, Mass Effect 3, Ninja Gaiden 3 Razors Edge, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Wipeout 3 and Just Dance 4

    Product Features

    • Four USB 2.0 connector slots are included. The new console is backward compatible with Wii games and Wii accessories.
    • IBM Power-based multi-core microprocessor.
    • Up to four Wii Remote (or Wii Remote Plus) controllers can be connected at once. The new console supports all Wii controllers and input devices, including the Nunchuk™ controller, Classic Controller, Classic Controller Pro and Wii Balance Board.
    • Approximately 1.8 inches tall, 6.8 inches wide and 10.5 inches long.
    • Uses AV Multi Out connector. Six-channel PCM linear output through HDMI.

      Box contents

    • Nintendo Wii U Console
    • One Wii U GamePad
    • AC Adapter for each
    • Wii U Sensor Bar
    • Wii U Sensor Bar
    • GamePad Charging Cradle
    • Stands for GamePad and Console
    • Nintendo Land Video Game
    by Published on November 17th, 2012 23:32
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    2. Xbox 360 News
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    Xbox World has used its penultimate issue to publish an 8-page feature containing "everything we know" about Microsoft's next-gen console plans.
    The mag has good form when it comes to next-gen Xbox leaks, having revealed in January Microsoft's plans for augmented reality, directional sound, and a four-player, finger-tracking Kinect, all of which were later confirmed in the now infamous leaked planning document in June.
    Editor in chief Dan Dawkins told CVG: "Xbox World has been at the cutting edge of Durango coverage for over 12 months. Unless something really dramatic changes, everything we reveal in our penultimate issue will be revealed long before E3 in June."
    According to the mag's final 'exposé', the next-gen Xbox - which it speculates is likely to be called simply "Xbox" - will introduce Kinect 2.0, use Blu-ray discs and feature directional audio, a TV output AND input, 'innovative controller' and - at a later stage of the console's life - AR glasses.
    Current codename 'Durango' dev kits boast a CPU with "four hardware cores, each divided into four logical cores" and an impressive 8GB of RAM, XBW reports.
    Xbox World has used the Microsoft leaks and industry sources to come up with a 3D mock-up of what it expects the next-gen Xbox to look like."We built ours with the same glossy face and patented VapourMG magnesium alloy Microsoft uses for its Surface tablet, and modelled the silver band after its new 'Wedge' touch keyboard and flexible Arc Touch mouse," it writes. "The future will be black, sharp and curved."
    To read the full 8-page feature, buy the latest issue of Xbox World online or on Apple Newsstand here (UK) or here (US).
    PSM3 features an equally large feature on PlayStation 4 and you can buy that on iOS here (UK) or here (US).

    by Published on November 17th, 2012 23:12
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    2. PC News,
    3. Android News,
    4. Apple iPad
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    You have to admit -- there's something extra special about receiving tablets. Perhaps it's their sleek and portable designs, or maybe it's because they're best for watching movies and playing games rather than pounding out important memos on a deadline. Their rep as entertainment devices is already changing, though: we've seen slates with pen input and bundled keyboard docks burst onto the market this year, and Windows 8 is only boosting that corporate-friendly image. Wherever you fall on the work / play spectrum, we've got some great slate choices for you. Hop past the break to dive in.

    On the cheap

    Apple iPad mini
    Following years of rumors, the mini is finally here. Does it live up to the enormous hype? Yes -- and it manages to surprise in some ways, too, with a unique anodized aluminum backing, impressive battery life and performance that trounces earlier-generation iPads. The $329 price is a notch higher than the competition, but you get what you pay for. In this case, that's superior build quality and access to the tablet-friendly App Store.
    Key specs: 7.9-inch (1,024 x 768) display, dual-core A5 processor, 16GB of internal memory, 512MB of RAM, weighs 0.68 pounds, rated for up to 10 hours of battery life.
    Price: $329 from Apple

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    Nexus 10
    The big brother to the Nexus 7 impresses with a stunning 2,560 x 1,600 display, great gaming chops and strong audio quality. The downside is middling battery life: we're talking about seven and a half hours when the competition delivers 10-plus.
    Price: $399 from Google

    Acer Iconia Tab A110
    Looking for a slate that offers Jelly Bean and a lightweight design on a budget? The 7-inch A110 delivers, and it runs a 1.2GHz Tegra 3 processor, to boot.
    Price: $230 on Amazon


    Apple iPad 4
    The mini may be stealing some of the new 9.7-inch iPad's thunder, but the smaller slate can't hold a candle to this device's super-fast performance -- thanks to the A6X chip under the hood – and the stellar 2,048 x 1,536 display. Like its 7-inch sibling, the fourth-gen iPad has the new Lightning connector, which makes it incompatible with older docks and accessories. If you have the money to burn, though, this is one worthy step up.
    Key specs: 9.7-inch (2,048 x 1,536) IPS display, dual-core A6X processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB internal storage, weighs 1.44 pounds, rated for up to 10 hours of battery life.
    Price: $499 from Apple

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
    Famous for its S Pen, the Note 10.1 is both a costly sketchpad and a capable Android tablet. Its plastic design isn't the most premium, and the price tag should be a good $100 lower, but features like pen input and multi-screen view are nifty and useful.
    Price: $499 on Amazon

    Dell XPS 10
    The XPS 10 is one of several productivity-minded Windows RT slates available, targeting the business set with security features such as TPM plus integration with corporate IT departments. There's an optional keyboard dock, which ups the ante with two USB ports, HDMI and longer battery life.
    Price: $500 from Dell

    Money is no object

    Microsoft Surface with Windows RT
    Redmond's slate boasts a business-friendly pedigree, with the sold-separately (but mandatory, as far as we're concerned) Touch Cover providing the productivity chops with a comfortable set of keys. The 10.6-inch slate is also impeccably built, and the cool matte surface feels great in the hand. That said, those who favor apps and entertainment over getting work done on the go will want to stick to the Android or Apple ecosystems, which offer larger content selections.
    Key specs: 10.6-inch (1,366 x 768) display, quad-core NVIDIA Tegra T30 processor, 32GB internal memory, 2GB RAM, weighs 1.49 pounds, rated for up to eight hours of battery life.
    Price: $599 (with Touch Cover) from Microsoft

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    Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11
    The ARM-powered Yoga 11 takes the cake for most unique form factor: as its name implies, it sports a flip-and-fold design that lets it transform from a notebook into a slate and vice versa. In addition to that versatility, you get Lenovo's keyboard know-how and a Tegra 3 processor.
    Price: From $799 starting in December

    ASUS VivoTab RT
    This device features the thin-and-light design and long battery life we loved from ASUS' Android-based Transformer tablets, and the optional keyboard dock provides a decent (though slightly cramped) physical keyboard and touchpad.
    Price: $549 on Amazon

    by Published on November 17th, 2012 23:10
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    Care to be one of the first to buy a Wii U this weekend? Then start layering on the outerwear, swallowing that pride and making your way to Nintendo's flagship Rockefeller Plaza store in New York City. Starting at midnight this Saturday, the company will begin selling its next-gen console along with other "premium items" to the extreme fanpersons in attendance. And as a special treat for whomever's waiting at the front of the line, NOA's prez, Reggie Fils-Aime, will be there to hand over that very first console - effectively doubling your bragging rights. So, if you like your launch day cold and a little bit crazy (yes, there will be folks walking around with Mii heads), November 18th's one to mark down in the calendar.
    by Published on November 17th, 2012 23:09
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    2. Playstation Vita News
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    Black Friday's coming and you know what that means: time to move some units. For two days only starting November 23rd, Sony's knocking an additional $50 off existing PlayStation console bundles. Consumers with the wherewithal to withstand the shopping frenzy can snare the Ultimate PS3 Value Bundle (i.e. 250GB console, Uncharted Dual Pack, inFamous Collection and PS Plus trial) or one of three WiFi-only PS Vita deals (Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, Lego Batman 2 or Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified) at select retailers for $199. Of course, if M for Mature's not your bag, there's always the family-friendlier Wii U to consider.

    by Published on November 17th, 2012 23:03
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    Nintendo is on the eve of launching a major offensive in the Console Wars with the launch of the Wii U on Sunday, November 18. Microsoft and Sony have just fired back with a range of deals designed to maximize sales of their own hardware (and hopefully steal some thunder from Nintendo, no doubt).
    Here's a rundown of the deals Microsoft and Sony have announced:
    $199 Ultimate PS3 Value Bundle: 250GB PS3 ($249 value), Uncharted Dual Pack (Drake's Fortune and Among Thieves), the inFamous Collection (inFamous, inFamous 2 and Festival of Blood), and a 30-day PS Plus trial membership.
    PlayStation is also offering three PS Vita bundles, all at $199.99, available to shoppers on Black Friday (November 23) and Saturday, November 24, exclusively from select retailers:
    $199 PS Vita Call of Duty Black Ops Declassified Bundle, featuring a Crystal Black PS Vita, Call of Duty: Black Ops: Declassified, and a 4GB Memory Card. Only at Best Buy.
    $199 PS Vita Lego Batman 2 Limited Edition Bundle, featuring a Crystal Black PS Vita, and Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes. Only at Target.
    $199 PS Vita Assassin's Creed III: Liberation Bundle, featuring a Crystal White PS Vita, Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, and a 4GB Memory Card. Only at Amazon and GameStop.
    Xbox 360 consoles and bundles for Black Friday:
    $149.99 special edition glossy white Xbox 360 4GB console and controller with “Skylanders” and exclusive “Skylanders” figurine. Available at Walmart.
    $199.99 Xbox 360 250GB console with “Skyrim” and “Forza 4: Essentials Edition” at Best Buy, Fred Meyer, Fry's and Newegg.
    $199.99 Xbox 360 4GB console with Kinect and “Kinect Disneyland Adventures” at Target, Amazon, Sam's Club, Meijer, Kmart and Microsoft Stores.
    Additional retailers will offer a variety of exclusive deals including:
    GameStop: Xbox 360 250GB console with “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” for $249.99.
    RadioShack: Xbox 360 4GB console with a wired headset for $169.99.
    Toys R Us: Xbox 360 4GB console with $50 gift card for $179.99.