Are all the roads near you straight and flat? If not, the performance envelope of the Trackhawk is going to far exceed that of the Demon.
After concern about a slipped shipping date proved erroneous, HP’s Android-packing Slate 7 has popped up at the company’s UK store with a £129 price tag and a promise of availability on May 1st. That’s pretty much in line with the date originally scheduled for the 7-inch, 1,024 x 600, 1GB RAM, dual-core A9 Jelly Bean device, though the VAT brings the price up to roughly $200, while HP said would it be $170 in the US before taxes. There’s no word yet on exactly when you’ll be able to grab the Slate 7 stateside, but HP’s US site (at the More Coverage link) is still saying April. Meanwhile, Brits can pre-order at the source link.
Via: Tom’s Hardware
Source: HP UK
We’ve seen plenty of Beats-focused KIRFs in our time, some better than others. Few, however, play quite so directly on the name as OrigAudio’s Beets. For $25, adopters get a set of headphones that bear little direct resemblance to Dr. Dre’s audio gear of choice, but are no doubt bound to impress friends — at least, up until they see a root vegetable logo instead of a lower-case B. Thankfully, there’s more to it than just amusing and confusing peers. Every purchase will lead to a donation of canned beets (what else?) to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. For us, that’s reason enough to hope that Beats doesn’t put the kibosh on OrigAudio’s effort. Besides, we could use some accompaniment for our BeetBox.