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Posted: Nov 23, 2015 at 11:47 pm By: Alchemist42
jeffspam;19295167 said "Disappointed that they're not pushing the 10" TW100 anymore, but understandable given the STACKS of returns they had -- likely due to loads of people expecting a 10" iPad experience for $180. Still, I'm impressed that the $99 802 has 2GB RAM (makes a huge difference vs most other wintabs @ 1GB) plus microHDMI and full-sized USB. BF or not, this is a great deal. Just make sure your eyes are good. Windows on an 8" screen isn't for us old folks."    The TW802 is one of if not the best equipped 8" tablet out there port, memory and processor white.  I was really hoping for an upgrade with the 3736 cpu to get the max clock up over 2ghz but it doesn't look like they are going to and Intel has jumped to the cherry trails now.   Still a nice tablet.   I use a little Stream 7 daily (have a TW700 i picked up for $29 last year too but its too wide)... 7" is hard on my 50+ yr eyes but it fits in a pocket well and its easier to always have with me in case i need to hit a server remotely.  jeffspam;19295167 said "Disappointed that they're not pushing the 10" TW100 anymore, but understandable given the STACKS of returns they had -- likely due to loads of people expecting a 10" iPad experience for $180. Still, I'm impressed that the $99 802 has 2GB RAM (makes a huge difference vs most other wintabs @ 1GB) plus microHDMI and full-sized USB. BF or not, this is a great deal. Just make sure your eyes are good. Windows on an 8" screen isn't for us old folks."    The TW802 is one of if not the best equipped 8" tablet out there port, memory and processor white.  I was really hoping for an upgrade with the 3736 cpu to get the max clock up over 2ghz but it doesn't look like they are going to and Intel has jumped to the cherry trails now.   Still a nice tablet.   I use a little Stream 7 daily (have a TW700 i picked up for $29 last year too but its too wide)... 7" is hard on my 50+ yr eyes but it fits in a pocket well and its easier to always have with me in case i need to hit a server remotely.  See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 23, 2015 at 9:22 pm By: Alchemist42
The 7" tablets are really the biggest that can fit in a pocket... so if portability is big the 7" tablets are the ones to look at. The Galaxy Tab 4 is looking like a deal this year and now that Microsoft Office is available for android you can still do some serious writing on it... although a 7" screen with visible keyboard doesnt' leave much room for writing... so the 2-in-1 tablets with detachable keyboards might work better for writing. Asus makes 2-in-1s around $200 on BF with android or Windows OS's. My vote would be windows since homework and writing are big things and a real desktop OS is just more robust than android. The 7" tablets are really the biggest that can fit in a pocket... so if portability is big the 7" tablets are the ones to look at. The Galaxy Tab 4 is looking like a deal this year and now that Microsoft Office is available for android you can still do some serious writing on it... although a 7" screen with visible keyboard doesnt' leave much room for writing... so the 2-in-1 tablets with detachable keyboards might work better for writing. Asus makes 2-in-1s around $200 on BF with android or Windows OS's. My vote would be windows since homework and writing are big things and a real desktop OS is just more robust than android. See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 9, 2015 at 5:12 am By: FatWKing
brusbrother;19275415 said " FatWKing;19275402 said " wizwor;19275358 said "It's the new version.  The old version went out of stock before the new was launched.  I don't think you need the new version to run Kodi.  I'm running it on a pair of launch FTV Sticks."   Can you please share link(s) on how to install Kodi on FireTV stick? Kodi = XMBC player."   sent you a pm"   Got Kodi working on the Amazon FireTV Stick. So much content for free. Will be looking for another one this BF. Hopefully Staples is giving one away at $25 like last year. Here are the high level steps I followed to install Kodi 15.2 on my FireTV stick if anyone is interested. 1) These two videos are quite good...I usually watch videos from more than one sure to make sure no steps are missing / avoid errors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYYuenZ2pLQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg4I1D98C0c 2) Download these 3 files. Kodi 15.2 http://kodi.tv/download/ (Android ARM version) Firestarter 3.2 https://github.com/sphinx02/FireStarter/releases (*.apk link) adbFire 2.0.1 http://www.jocala.com/adbfire.html (select your appropriate version based on windows / linux / mac. For windows, Win XP didn't work for me. YMMV. It worked on Windows 7. This program is installed on your PC and used to side load the above two APKs on the FireTV stick). 3) Installing the above APKs on the FireTV stick is quite straight forward (YMMV based on your skill set). 4) The next important step is to install various video add-ons from variety of sources to enable content. Follow the three videos below (search for more on Youtube based on your content of interest). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=106E7skBih4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg4I1D98C0c (2nd part of this video from step 1) has several sources of video add-ons) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWCw2535wwU The usual caveat applies - Try it at your own risk. Download/Install at your own risk. No guarantees or warranties given or implied.   brusbrother;19275415 said " FatWKing;19275402 said " wizwor;19275358 said "It's the new version.  The old version went out of stock before the new was launched.  I don't think you need the new version to run Kodi.  I'm running it on a pair of launch FTV Sticks."   Can you please share link(s) on how to install Kodi on FireTV stick? Kodi = XMBC player."   sent you a pm"   Got Kodi working on the Amazon FireTV Stick. So much content for free. Will be looking for another one this BF. Hopefully Staples is giving one away at $25 like last year. Here are the high level steps I followed to install Kodi 15.2 on my FireTV stick if anyone is interested. 1) These two videos are quite good...I usually watch videos from more than one sure to make sure no steps are missing / avoid errors. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYYuenZ2pLQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg4I1D98C0c 2) Download these 3 files. Kodi 15.2 http://kodi.tv/download/ (Android ARM version) Firestarter 3.2 https://github.com/sphinx02/FireStarter/releases (*.apk link) adbFire 2.0.1 http://www.jocala.com/adbfire.html (select your appropriate version based on windows / linux / mac. For windows, Win XP didn't work for me. YMMV. It worked on Windows 7. This program is installed on your PC and used to side load the above two APKs on the FireTV stick). 3) Installing the above APKs on the FireTV stick is quite straight forward (YMMV based on your skill set). 4) The next important step is to install various video add-ons from variety of sources to enable content. Follow the three videos below (search for more on Youtube based on your content of interest). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=106E7skBih4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vg4I1D98C0c (2nd part of this video from step 1) has several sources of video add-ons) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWCw2535wwU The usual caveat applies - Try it at your own risk. Download/Install at your own risk. No guarantees or warranties given or implied.   See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 11, 2015 at 2:33 am By: cogan
Best Buy will have Amazon's new $50 Fire tablet for $34.99 on Thanksgiving Day -- it's on the front page, at the bottom. It's listed as a Thursday (Thanksgiving Day) doorbuster. (I am not sure, but believe it may be possible to get online as well as in-store). (There's a FatWallet page for this deal which says it begins at 7PM on Thursday: http://www.fatwallet.com/black-friday/Best-Buy/deals/Best-Buy-Bl... ) Tech Specs, Etc. This is a 7" (1024 x 600, 171ppi), 8GB (expandable w/up to 128GB microSD) tablet running Amazon's version of Android, FireOS. It has 7 hours of battery life. It has both a front and back camera. More tech stats here:  http://www.amazon.com/Fire-Display-Wi-Fi-GB-Special/dp/B00TSUGXK...  PC Magazine Review: Editors' Choice Award for budget tablet Bottom line, it's definitely a budget tablet but, unlike a lot of other cheap tablets, it's not bad. In fact, it picked up an Editors' Choice Award for budget tablets from PC Magazine. Here's their review: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2493935,00.asp  [This review points out, btw, that while you don't get the Kindle Fire HDX's "Mayday Button", which lets you do a video call on the tablet itself to get support, you do get something called "Mayday Screen Sharing" where you call tech support on the phone and then, with your permission, they share your screen. It's a step down, but, as the review points out, you're not getting this kind of tech support on any other budget tablet.] More reviews: http://www.engadget.com/2015/10/14/amazon-fire-review/  -- has some good pictures, including screen closeup http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/10/amazons-50-fire-tablet-re...  If you want even more reviews, you can find 11,000+ more on Fire's Amazon page: http://www.amazon.com/Fire-Display-Wi-Fi-GB-Special/dp/B00TSUGXK...  Best Buy will have Amazon's new $50 Fire tablet for $34.99 on Thanksgiving Day -- it's on the front page, at the bottom. It's listed as a Thursday (Thanksgiving Day) doorbuster. (I am not sure, but believe it may be possible to get online as well as in-store). (There's a FatWallet page for this deal which says it begins at 7PM on Thursday: http://www.fatwallet.com/black-friday/Best-Buy/deals/Best-Buy-Bl... ) Tech Specs, Etc. This is a 7" (1024 x 600, 171ppi), 8GB (expandable w/up to 128GB microSD) tablet running Amazon's version of Android, FireOS. It has 7 hours of battery life. It has both a front and back camera. More tech stats here:  http://www.amazon.com/Fire-Display-Wi-Fi-GB-Special/dp/B00TSUGXK...  PC Magazine Review: Editors' Choice Award for budget tablet Bottom line, it's definitely a budget tablet but, unlike a lot of other cheap tablets, it's not bad. In fact, it picked up an Editors' Choice Award for budget tablets from PC Magazine. Here's their review: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2493935,00.asp  [This review points out, btw, that while you don't get the Kindle Fire HDX's "Mayday Button", which lets you do a video call on the tablet itself to get support, you do get something called "Mayday Screen Sharing" where you call tech support on the phone and then, with your permission, they share your screen. It's a step down, but, as the review points out, you're not getting this kind of tech support on any other budget tablet.] More reviews: http://www.engadget.com/2015/10/14/amazon-fire-review/  -- has some good pictures, including screen closeup http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2015/10/amazons-50-fire-tablet-re...  If you want even more reviews, you can find 11,000+ more on Fire's Amazon page: http://www.amazon.com/Fire-Display-Wi-Fi-GB-Special/dp/B00TSUGXK...  See More View this Post
Posted: Nov 9, 2015 at 12:53 pm By: iLetTheDogsOut
The 55" Westinghouse for $249 is good... But good luck getting one. The iPad Mini 2 for $269.99 + $80 gift card beats out the current WalMart $199.99 with no gift card if you consider the Target GC good as cash. The Nikon L340 was the same last year I think. Still waiting to see a really great Xbox or PS4 bundle. The 55" Westinghouse for $249 is good... But good luck getting one. The iPad Mini 2 for $269.99 + $80 gift card beats out the current WalMart $199.99 with no gift card if you consider the Target GC good as cash. The Nikon L340 was the same last year I think. Still waiting to see a really great Xbox or PS4 bundle. See More View this Post

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