Tesla is delaying the Model X launch. Meanwhile, Dell and Samsung are offering some good deals and freebies with their products.
The Tesla Model X hasn’t had the best launch in the automotive industry. The vehicle was originally planned for 2013, then was pushed back to 2014. Now Tesla is making customers upset by announcing the car won’t make it to the market until Q3 2015.
This is due to the need for more validation testing. The company doesn’t go into many details.
Opinion: People have been upset about not seeing this car coming to market, saying it is all because the car will not really please customers. The Model S P85D brought forth dual-motor, which was one of the main features in the Model X. I guess the rest of the car still needs its work. For now, the rich among us will have to settle for a Model S!
Purchasing a Chromebox can be a pain. It’s essentially like buying only a PC tower. You also need to worry about the mouse, keyboard, monitor and any other accessories you may want to use.
Dell is making the process a bit easier with the new Dell Chromebox Bundle. For $199 you get the Chromebox with a Haswell processor and 2 GB of RAM, as well as a keyboard and mouse. Go get it from Dell’s website!
Opinion: This would be only $20 more than the usual price, which makes it a pretty fair deal. If you are looking for a Chromebox and don’t want to deal with complications, this may well be your best bet.
Every new smartphone comes with its perks, but Samsung is known for its partnerships and freebies. Thos ethinking of purchasing a Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or a Galaxy Note Edge will be looking forward to a long list of freebies.
Samsung has released a list of what the new Galaxy Note devices will bring to the table. Let us tell you the offerings are looking quite exciting. Check it out.
Opinion: I wouldn’t exactly purchase a phone for its freebies, but it just might give you that push you need if you are undecided between two handsets.