The term “budget” is most often related to the cutting down of features,using inferior quality parts or inferior specifications. This is why many users refrain from getting budget devices especially budget laptops that don’t really live up to expectations when it comes to real world performance.
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The introduction of the iPhone and Android smartphones caused one of the biggest hits in terms of sales for the portable gaming market. Manufacturers like Nokia, tried to bring mobile gaming to the mainstream but it wasn’t until much later that people actually considered gaming on their phones for extended periods.
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We live in an era where it is almost impossible to live without computers. While many are satisfied using just their smartphones, the majority still depend on a desktop computer or laptop to get their work done. A smartphone simply does not have the required productivity levels or processing power of a full-fledged PC. However, people are often forced to use their smartphones or tablets just because they do not wish to lug around a desktop rig or a laptop. What if you were able to have a PC that fits right into your pocket? What if you could have all your files and settings just the way you like? The Intel® compute stick does just that.
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Import listings are turning out to be a valuable source of leaks for upcoming devices and also a sign that a company is readying the launch of a particular product in India. A new listing on Zauba shows that Samsung has imported several Windows powered tablets into India for testing.
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Acer announced three new handsets at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and the Liquid C1 was one of them alongside the Liquid E1 and Liquid Z2. The Liquid C1 is particularly interesting because it is running on the Intel Atom architecture. The phone is powered by a 1.2Ghz Intel Atom Z2420 processor paired with 1GB of RAM and the performance is quite impressive. There’s just 4GB of storage onboard but this can be expanded via the microSD card slot. Continue reading “Acer Liquid C1 Hands On”