As always, I could be wrong, but.....
As always, I could be wrong, but.....
$60 off! The original Toshiba 3120 is one strong performer. The more powerful Intel Haswell processor is preferred by many over the current Toshiba model with a Bay Trail. The 3120 has 2GB of RAM, 16GB of local storage and is faster than most other Chromebooks on the market today. This model normally retails for $280. Note, this model is new and not a factory refurb.
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Update: Silly FedEx. The Moto E was left next to the garage door in the cold for 1.5 hours because they never knocked or rang the bell. sigh Anyway, first impressions are pretty positive; there are some of the smart bits from the Moto X in here although they're limited due to a lack of certain sensors and such.
I have a Lumia 830 on trial from MS right now, and Pebble is one of the bigger "missing" items for me to really use it. The others include Chase and American Airlines, both of which WERE supported, but have since pulled their apps, interestingly enough.
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Kevin’s unique approach is to use the technology as a consumer would, so that he can report back to readers honestly about what they can expect from a device or app and help them get the most out of it. Freescale has named Kevin a “Top 20 Smart Mobile Device Pundit.” When not playing with the latest gadget, Kevin is typically spending time with his family, reading e-books or running in the rural areas near his home office in southeastern Pennsylvania.
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