Been Waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Camera? Well, your long wait is over now for the second Android-powered camera will go on sale on November 16 all over U.S. The Samsung device will be purchased at $499.99 through AT&T, and customers can buy it whether with a data plan or without. The newly released Galaxy Camera has a lot of improvements when it comes to its picture-taking experience, not to mention its capability to share photos online without using any third party device. Isn’t it amazing that sharing photos online toInstagram, Facebook, and Twitter now made easy? The version of AT&T can even connect using HSPA+ (not LTE) and Wi-Fi if available.
For customers to be able to upload and share many photos with different resolutions, AT&T offers different data plans for the Samsung Galaxy camera. Customers can even turn the device into one of AT&T’s “Mobile Share” group plans if they wish to. Check the selections below:
- AT&T Mobile Share: $10 to share between 1 GB and 20GB
- AT&T DataConnect 250MB: $15 for 250MB
- AT&T DataConnect 3GB: $30 for 3GB
- AT&T DataConnect 5GB: $50 for 5GB
With Samsung Galaxy camera’s Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean” and Google Play market access, customers like you have the opportunity to download and use Android apps like Pixlr, Instagram, and Aviary. With the superb upgrades such as 21x zoom lens and 16-megapixel CMOS sensor to shoot images, you will surely have a more enhanced photography experience that smartphones can hardly offer. Samsung Galaxy Camera is the 2nd Android camera in the world next to Nikon CoolPix S800c, although Nikon’s version runs a different one which is the Android 2.3 “Gingerbread.”
As we can see on the device, the Samsung Galaxy camera has a large screen which comes in 4.8- inches in size and it looks like that of a Galaxy S III smartphone’s camera viewfinder. Samsung’s innovation is quite impressive on its user interface. It allows users to customize the settings using the virtual dials shown on screen.
Movie lovers and gamers will find a lot of things to love about the Essentio CG5290-BP007 from Asus. To begin with, this desktop is built with an impressive NVIDIA graphics card that allows for lush movie viewing and video gaming. Adding to that, its also integrated with several powerful features such as a 9GB system memory, a double-layer DVDRW/CD-RW drive, as well as a handful of gaming and software support features.
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The Gateway SX2850-33 is a small form factor desktop. It’s currently priced at around $549 – quite affordable given that it features an impressive Intel Core i3 processor.
The Gateway SX2850-33 boasts of an impressive expandable desktop-style hard and optical drive. The compact built makes the unit an ideal choice for small workspaces and bedrooms.
This $899.99 desktop unit appears as a cross between the high-end gaming oriented FX series and the small form factor SX series. It seems that Gateway has produced this unit as a compromise for consumers who want the best of both worlds without having to splurge a substantial amount of money.
Users who need to deal with heavy multitasking or a great bulk of video editing/processing tasks will find the Gateway GM5478 a convenient choice. It’s the first Gateway desktop to employ an Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 processor.
However, despite the integration of the new NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT graphics board, this graphics board cannot support highly complex levels of accelerated high-def video decoding. In terms of 3D graphics, the unit also fails to support anything that goes beyond basic casual PC games.
This whooper of a desktop unit from Gateway employs the new technology of wireless connectivity, which is paired by the equally advanced power of a 3.2GHz Intel Core i3-550 Processor.
With the Gateway SX2851-41, users can enjoy various multimedia applications, entertainment features and the standard set of computing features. For added convenience, the package provides users with a digital device holder as well as high-def microphone and headphone jacks.