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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Review : Best Android slate to date

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Review : Best Android slate to date

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is a professional Android tablet the likes of which have not been available before now. We've used plenty of tablets over the past decade with Android inside, but none have really come close to being the pro-level piece of work that this Samsung unit represents. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ is what every high-end tablet should be at launch: The best tablet* on the market today.

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Here’s when Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S pre-orders open

Here’s when Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S pre-orders open

Ever since Microsoft announced pricing and release dates for the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, we've known that the company is planning to open up pre-orders for both consoles on September 22nd. If the PlayStation 5 has taught us anything, it's that precise timing will likely be crucial for those who want to secure an Xbox Series X/S pre-order as soon as possible. Microsoft has now confirmed when pre-orders will open up on September 22nd, so get ready to set your alarms and mark your calendars.

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PS5 and RTX 3080 preorder kerfuffles suggest Winter is Coming

PS5 and RTX 3080 preorder kerfuffles suggest Winter is Coming

This week prospective buyers of the Sony PlayStation 5 and the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 3080 are having a rough time. NVIDIA proper has no stock for their own graphics card, and stock's gone low or gone at 3rd-party resellers aplenty. The Sony PlayStation 5 preorder situation is a far greater mess, as Sony announced one pre-order time/date, while retailers decided they'd just go ahead and drop all at once.

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Apple Watch SE first look – It’s a family thing

Apple Watch SE first look – It’s a family thing

The Apple Watch SE doesn't look like a "cheaper" Apple Watch. That's by design, of course, as Apple doubles-down on its best-selling smartwatch by turning it into a family, not just a single timepiece. As with the second-generation iPhone SE earlier this year, the Apple Watch SE offers cherry-picked features from the flagship - in this case the new Apple Watch Series 6 - but with a more attainable price tag.

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Oculus Quest 2 released for $100 less than original

Oculus Quest 2 released for $100 less than original

The Oculus Quest 2 was revealed today with a redesigned body, next-generation Touch controllers, and a new higher-resolution display. This version of the Oculus Quest was released for approximately $300 - or $100 less than the launch price of the original Oculus Quest. Pre-orders for this headset are open as of today, and shipping begins on October 13, 2020.

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Nissan Z Proto previews the new Z car

Nissan Z Proto previews the new Z car

Take a long, adoring look at the new Nissan Z Proto, the concept previewing the automaker's next-generation Z car. Bright yellow, and hoping to be an eventual bright spot in Nissan's revamped range, the Z Proto strikes a careful balance between just enough heritage to keep the long-time Z fans happy, but enough of the future to make it competitive in the segment.

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New iPad Air and iPad eighth-gen offer major tablet upgrades

New iPad Air and iPad eighth-gen offer major tablet upgrades

Apple has revealed a new, eight-generation iPad, the entry into its tablet range, and a new, completely-redesigned iPad Air, just in time for iPadOS 14. The new iPad tablet range will start at $329 for general buyers, while the new iPad Air borrows iPad Pro styling and features a new power button with a built-in Touch ID sensor.

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Apple Fitness+ subscription uses Watch, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV for health

Apple Fitness+ subscription uses Watch, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV for health

There's a new subscription service from Apple called Apple Fitness+ that's centered on the Apple Watch. This service utilizes the sensors and the display powers of the Apple Watch, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV to deliver an all-encompassing health and fitness service. It'll be available soon in the USA, UK, New Zealand, Ireland, Canada, and Australia.

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Apple Watch Series 6 revealed with new Blood Oxygen sensor

Apple Watch Series 6 revealed with new Blood Oxygen sensor

Today we're taking a peek at the Apple Watch Series 6, a device revealed at Apple's virtual event on September 15, 2020. This new Apple Watch works with a new set of features and aesthetics, including (for the first time) a (PRODUCT)Red edition. This version of the watch will benefit the (PRODUCT)Red group as all RED products of this sort have done in the past.

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It’s Apple “Time Flies” Event day: How to watch and what to expect

It’s Apple “Time Flies” Event day: How to watch and what to expect

It's September 15, the Apple Store is offline for updates, and we're expecting a whole host of shiny new tech to arrive in there later today when the Cupertino firm finishes up its latest event. Unlike most September Apple events in previous years, however, the new iPhone isn't expected to be on the agenda. Instead, ready your wallet for something new for your wrist, among other things.

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2022 Hyundai Tucson stirs up compact SUV segment with Sensuous Sportiness redesign

2022 Hyundai Tucson stirs up compact SUV segment with Sensuous Sportiness redesign

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson is out in the open. And right off the bat, Hyundai’s newest contender in the popular compact SUV segment is drawing mixed reviews in terms of styling. The newest fourth-gen Tucson is essentially a concept brought to life, first seen as the Vision T concept at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show. Love it or hate it, the new Tucson looks different from the rest, and that’s exactly what it needs to remain popular in its segment.

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Nubia Watch Early Review: Future Potential

Nubia Watch Early Review: Future Potential

Aside from cramming more sophisticated health-related sensors inside, smartwatches have pretty much remained the same in the last two or so years. Given the popularity and sales numbers that the Apple Watch enjoys because of that, it's not surprising that few want to stray from that well-trodden path. That's why when someone like Nubia dares to present something new, it definitely turns heads. But is the tall and semi-flexible screen of the Nubia Watch enough to make the leap of faith on Kickstarter? We get to wrap one around our wrist to bring you that answer.

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