You know flash drives have come a long way when an “entry level” batch of products includes a four gigabyte behemoth. That’s exactly the case from Buffalo today, as they unveiled the RUF2-E line of USB thumb drives. As they are the company’s budget-minded set of portable storage solutions, you shouldn’t be expecting anything particularly […]
We’re not entirely sure why Samsung didn’t just do this right off the bat, perhaps they wanted some type of announcement to go out at CES, regardless, the Wi-Fi only Samsung Galaxy Tab has been announced. We don’t have a price, but we can assume it will be roughly $50 less than the $400 Sprint 3G Galaxy Tab. Still stuck on Android 2.2, packing 16GB of memory and that front-facing 1.3 megapixel camera Apple loves to hear about. Availability is expected in Q1 of 2011.
Aio Wireless has announced that they will be launching their service throughout the US in September.