Pricing Details Archive

  • Pre-paid MiFi coming to Virgin Mobile 28th July

    Pre-paid MiFi coming to Virgin Mobile 28th July

    If you're sick of contracts, and after a simple way to get your WiFi device online while on the road, then this could be of interest to you. Next week, Virgin Mobile will offer the Novatel MiFi 3G router for $149, ready to be paired with your choice of pre-paid data block, with prices ranging from $10 for 100MB up to $60 for 5GB.

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  • US Cellular rolls out ‘low-maintenance’ CDM8635 flip

    US Cellular rolls out ‘low-maintenance’ CDM8635 flip

    When the term "low-maintenance" appears in the first sentence of a phone's press release, you can pretty much guess what it's all about. Sure enough, the CDM8635 being offered through well-established industry middleman PCD to US Cellular keeps things simple with a 1.3 megapixel camera, 2.2-inch color and 1.5-inch monochrome displays on the inside and exterior, respectively, dedicated shortcut keys for top phone functions, and voice-activated dialing; we don't have pricing details just yet, but we can assume it'll be dirt-cheap on contract. Look for it to hit USCC's online store some time today -- and in the meantime, follow the break for PCD's press release.

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    US Cellular rolls out 'low-maintenance' CDM8635 flip originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Tue, 01 Jun 2010 11:13:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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  • Samsung Wave brings Bada to Europe today, everyone else told to wait

    Samsung Wave brings Bada to Europe today, everyone else told to wait

    Samsung's Wave (otherwise known as the 8500) may not be coming to Vodafone UK until June 1st, but it's available somewhere in Europe starting today. According to a new release from the outfit (seen in full after the break), today marks the first day in which its first Bada-equipped smartphone is available in Europe, with Germany, France and the UK mentioned in particular. We're also told that the "complete Bada SDK 1.0.0 will be available for download shortly," and while pricing details weren't discussed, the Wave should ride to Southeast Asia, China, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America in short order. Don't everyone cheer at once, okay?

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    Samsung Wave brings Bada to Europe today, everyone else told to wait originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 24 May 2010 01:55:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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  • It’s official: Google’s Nexus One is heading to Sprint

    It’s official: Google’s Nexus One is heading to Sprint

    We just got the good word from the folks at Sprint themselves: the Google Nexus One will be landing on Sprint. And with that, the Nexus One will be available for all four major US carriers (AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile). Sprint’s being sort of tight-lipped here; they apparently haven’t quite figured out how to price [...]

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  • Pricing details for the T-Mobile HTC HD2, and Motorola CLIQ XT leaked

    Pricing details for the T-Mobile HTC HD2, and Motorola CLIQ XT leaked

    Why hello there, Mr. Inventory Screen! How kind of you to pop by and spill all the pricing details on the T-mobile HTC HD2 and Motorola CLIQ XT. Wait - the HTC HD2 will be how cheap?

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  • Xperia X10 to launch in April on Vodafone UK (Update: And others!)

    Xperia X10 to launch in April on Vodafone UK (Update: And others!)

    If you’d captured all the drool we’ve drooled over the X10 since it first got detailed so many months ago, you’d have a pool deep enough to swim in. A very nasty pool that you shouldn’t actually swim in, but a pool nonetheless. Today, UK wireless carrier Vodafone has announced that they’ll soon be carrying the [...]

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  • World of Warcraft headphones get pricing, details

    World of Warcraft headphones get pricing, details

    Creative is finally giving up some details on the World of Warcraft headset that they showed off at BlizzCon and CES. The price is a bit higher then we'd all like, with an MSRP of $159.99 for the wireless version, and $119.99 for the wired version. They do look cool though, I like the choice between the Horde and Alliance artwork lit up on the sides.

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  • GREEN SLIM: Casio announces pretty, eco-friendly friendly projectors

    GREEN SLIM: Casio announces pretty, eco-friendly friendly projectors

    One of the few product announcements by a major electronics maker that's not been made at the CES: Casio has unveiled the XJ-A series, which consists of nine projectors that are not only pretty cool-looking but also eco-friendly. The company says the devices are the first to be completely mercury-free. Casio also claims their so-called GREEN SLIM projectors are the world’s first devices of their kind that are bright enough to be used in a well lit room - without using a mercury lamp.

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  • Palm Pixi Plus and Pre Plus confirmed, exclusively for Verizon

    Palm Pixi Plus and Pre Plus confirmed, exclusively for Verizon

    Fresh out of Las Vegas, Palm just confirmed the existence of the long-rumored Pre Plus and Pixi Plus. They’re not announcing pricing details yet, but they did spill the beans on the launch date: January 25th. We’ll update you as we hear more. Crunch Network: CrunchGear drool over the sexiest new gadgets and hardware.

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  • Samsung outs the IceTouch and MyFit PMPs

    Samsung outs the IceTouch and MyFit PMPs

    We're sure to see a ton of small portable media players this week at CES and these from Samsung are just two of them. The Samsung MyFit is aimed at fitness junkies, while trendy kids will probably opt for the IceTouch. They both are candybar-type devices and playback media, but that's where the similities end.

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  • Is The Nexus One Bringing A New Android Backup Service With It?

    Is The Nexus One Bringing A New Android Backup Service With It?

    Earlier this evening Gizmodo published leaked images that apparently show off the pricing details for Google’s upcoming Nexus One phone. The Nexus One comes in at a hefty $530 for an unlocked device, or $180 with contract on T-Mobile — pricing that’s pretty standard for a smart phone. But even still, it’s a very big deal. It also looks like Gizmodo’s screenshots may have included clues hinting at a previously unannounced feature for Android: automatic backup of your data.

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  • Palm Pixi coming to Sprint on November 15

    Palm Pixi coming to Sprint on November 15

    Get out your buying wallets because the Palm Pixi is coming to Sprint stores on November 15. Pricing details are as follows:
    It will cost just $99.99 with a two-year service agreement, after a $50 instant rebate and $100 mail-in rebate and be available at Sprint stores, online at www.sprint.com, through telesales at 1-800-SPRINT1, and at Best Buy, RadioShack and select Wal-Mart stores.
    To refresh your memory, the Palm Pixi is the second WebOS phone, this time with a Treo-esque keyboard. The current WebOS device, the Pre, now costs $79.

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  • Panasonic Japan outs three Blu-ray set-top boxes with digital TV tuners

    Panasonic Japan outs three Blu-ray set-top boxes with digital TV tuners

    Panasonic Japan announced a total of three new Blu-ray-based set-top boxes today [JP], the first devices in the industry featuring a digital CATV tuner. All of the models (TZ-BDW900M/pictured, TZ-BDW900F and TZ-BDW900P) have a 500GB HDD on board, too.

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