Samsung Galaxy Tab A to go on sale in US starting May 1
Samsung has announced that it will begin the sales of the new Galaxy Tab A in the United States beginning May 1. The tablet will be offered in two display sizes – 8-inch and 9.7-inches. The Galaxy Tab A slates are now available for pre-order at the company website.
Tab A will be available in White, Smoky Titanium, and Smoky Blue colours and will retail starting $229.99 (8-inch) and $299.99 (9.7-inch).
To remind you, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A devices come with Android 5.0, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, 5MP rear camera and 2MP front shooter. They are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor and include 1024x768p displays.
Sony reveals pricing & pre-order details for new Android TV-powered 4K televisions
- 43-inch: $1,300
- 49-inch: $1,600
- 55-inch: $2,200
- 65-inch: $3,500
- 75-inch: $5,000
- 65-inch: $4,500
- 75-inch: $8,000
Nexus Player launches in Australia, priced at AUS$129
Google and Asus have launched the Nexus Player Android TV device in Australia. It has been priced at AUS$129 and will be available beginning April 28 in Dick Smith and JB Hi-Fi stores. The game controller will be offer separately at AUS$49.
The Asus-made Nexus Player is the first Android TV device to reach down under.
Nexus Player is powered by 1.8GHz Intel Atom quad-core processor and packs 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. It support full HD output via HDMI port and includes Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.