I did a quick video review on the Behold II for T-Mobile. I really enjoyed the phone and was surprised by the stability of the T-Mobile 3G network where I live.
We have a little giveaway to celebrate Black Friday and Cyber Monday! It’s a simple giveaway but there will be 8 winners.
What are we giving away?
3 one year Subscriptions to Telenav (on any wireless provider with telenav service)
5 one year Subscriptions for up to 3 PCs of Norton Internet Security 2010
What do you have to do?
Purchase a brand new computer (desktop, or notebook) or Cellphone with a new plan or upgrade a current plan on Friday the 27th – Monday the 30th and let us know by emailing BFCMGiveaway(A)hardwaregeeks.com with proof ie: scanned receipt.
If you purchased a cell phone or upgraded your cell phone contract we will enter you into the random drawing for one of the telenav subscriptions. If you purchased a computer we will enter you into a random drawing for a key of Norton Internet Security 2010.
It’s that easy. Good luck!
Also remember you have until Monday to enter for a chance to with a FreeAgent 640 GB external HDD. For info on that giveaway click here.
Back in 2006 or was it 2007, I purchased an iBook. It was my first OSX experience but not my first Apple Product. I previously had an iPod.
After owning my iBook for about 6 months I pretty much gave up on it and sold it. I simply didn’t get it. I mean it was different and while cool I really couldn’t see why everyone was crazy about iBooks and about OSX. I guess the hype didn’t rub off on me.
However for the past year or so I have had this desire to purchase a Mac Mini. Why? Because I get a lot of things to test out that only work with Macs and I also get a lot of things that claim to be Mac compatible and honestly I was unable to verify the claim because I hadn’t a Mac to test them on.
Last week HP Loaned me their Elite e9250 Pavilion desktop which features a Intel Core i5-750 processor, 6 Gigs of memory, NVIDIA GeForce GT 2200 1GB, and of course Windows 7 64-bit.
I only had about a week with the system and since that normally isn’t enough time to fully gauge how well a system can perform, I decided to make it my main machine for the time I had it so that I could spend as much time on it as I could.
Today Pantec launched the Impact on at&t and I did a quick unboxing, I got the phone maybe an hour before I made the video so I really hadn’t any time to play with it. Expect a full review in a week.
On December 1st 1979 Seagate elected their first Corporate officers so essentially December 1st 2009 is their birthday! To Celebrate Seagate’s Birthday Seagate is giving us a 640 GB FreeAgent Go drive to give away.
So one lucky person will get the drive and a Seagate T-shirt.
What do you have to do?
Answer the five questions below and send your answers to Seagate30(a)hardwaregeeks.com. If you answer the questions correctly you will be entered into a Random Drawing for the drive and t-shirt. Nine others will also receive a t-shirt.
I just did a quick unboxing of the Palm Pixi for Sprint. So far it seems to be a pretty good phone. I really like the optional wireless charging dock. I should have a full review in the next few days.
HP Today announced the TouchSmart Software Devvelopment Program, a program which they hope will get more developers to develop programs for the TouchSmart PC.
“HP TouchSmart development programs allow developers to uncover new market opportunities while users can discover a whole new world of possibilities on their touch products,” said James Taylor, director, Experience Marketing, Personal Systems Group, HP. “HP’s unique multitouch user interface, combined with native applications, provide the most advanced software platform for touch-enabled PCs and digital signage.”
Our sister site CuteGeek.com, is giving away an Opus 4 Digital Hi-Fi stereo system, and all you have to do is create a cool video! For details visit CuteGeek.com
Last night FLO TV launched their personal television made by HTC, the personal television has a 4.4 inch screen, weighs a little over 5 ounches and fits into your pocket.
I had to play with the television last night and it’s pretty cool, the picture quality is a lot better than I would of expected and so is the sound quality. Currently there are only about 10 – 14 channels available but FLO TV representatives say there will be more added as the year goes on.
The device is available at Best Buy for $249 and comes with 6 months worth of service. For more information visit http://flotv.com