Daily Archives: November 12, 2014

Google Books PDF Test: Mach Speed Trio 7.85

The Mach Speed Trio 7.85 uses an Allwinner A33 CPU running at 1.5GHz. It has 8GBs of internal storage, a microSD card slot, and a TN LCD screen at 1024 x 768. It’s on sale at Best Buy for US$79.99.

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This tablet is a piece of shit and should be avoided.

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No Evidence Of Amazon Store In NYC

I was in the area today and remembered to go check it out.

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Ah! The pumpkins! Will their excitement be … ermmmm … kindled?

I think not.

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Attempted Fondle Of The Nexus 9

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BAM! Windows 8.1 Tablet For $99 In U.S.

Same-day updates after the break

The Chinese have landed in America!

Under the brand name of Insignia, with their eight-inch Windows 8.1 tablet called the Flex:

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World Of Warcraft Promo In Times Square

Photos taken today, Wednesday November 12, 2014. Click to enlarge.

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Another Day Out

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Must do things in the Real World.

There seems to be no real news today from China.

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Amazon Gets dotBOOK Domain

Amazon wins auction for .book domain name

Let’s see what good it does them.

Previously here:

Comment On The gTLD dotBOOK Domain Grab
Who’s After the dotBOOK Top Level Domain
Today’s Edition Of Me-Too Media

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CUBE iWork 7: iambillbil Appearance Evaluation

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Over at the IMP3Net forum [Google Translate].

If iambillbil holds to his usual pattern regarding Windows tablets, there should be a second post about performance.

But with China Windows tablets all more or less having the same guts, there aren’t too many difference between them other than included ports and quality of the screen and camera. Functionally they’re all nearly identical.

Previously here:

CUBE iWork 7 Disassembled
CUBE iWork 7 Announced: US$65!

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