Dell, Alcatel and Tag Heuer and getting ready to bring their latest products to market. Are they worth your time and money? Let’s see!
There’s no doubt the Dell Venue 10 7000 is a very… unique device. It carries on the design cues of the Venue 8 7000, but integrates a protruding circular edge that is said to offer better speakers and a form factor that is easier on the hand.
We learnt all about this tablet just some weeks ago. It’s definitely a capable Android tablet, but it’s targeted more towards the business users out there. And if you are ready to get down to business, you will be glad to hear the Dell Venue 10 7000 is now available from the Dell store for $499.
Opinion: That’s an arguably high price for an Android tablet, regardless of its specs. Especially if you are looking to get a keyboard dock, which would bring the price up to $629+. Ouch!
Wow… a US-focused phone with a Mediatek processor. That’s a first! Anyways, those looking for an affordable device to get on T-Mobile now have a new option from Alcatel. This is the Alcatel OneTouch POP Astro, an LTE handset with a seriously low price and modest specs.
The device packs a 4.5-inch qHD display, a 1.5 GHz quad-core MTK6732 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of ROM, a 5 MP camera and a 2000 mAh battery. Nothing to write home about, but the price is pretty impressive at $149.97 off-contract.
Opinion: It’s hard to recommend these phones when there are options like the Moto E out there, but this phone does have 4G LTE speeds. It could be the right phone for the super casual user, right?
Smart watches really won’t enter the true fashion game until the big guys enter the stadium. One of them would be Tag Heuer, a world-renown watch maker that is now giving Android Wear a try. A new report claims Tag Heuer is getting ready to enter the tech market with a $1400 smart watch.
This watch is said to launch come October or November. And while we don’t know much, it’s said it will feature about 40 hours of battery life. more details are sure to come in due time.
Opinion: This would be the most expensive Android Wear device around. Admittedly, it’s probably not too smart to spend so much money on a piece of tech that will be considered old in a year. I would much rather carry around a Tag Heuer than an Apple Watch, though. At least we know this $1400 watch will look like a worthy fashion accessory.