In neither the T-Mobile nor the AT&T case, however, did the salespeople evince uncontrolled rapture. They were all extremely charming, even if the gentleman at AT&T was slightly over-excitable. So over-excitable that he admitted he had Verizon on his personal phone because the AT&T reception was so poor where he lived. … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10 selling surprisingly well? I went to T-Mobile and AT&T to find out
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Galaxy S10: A 6.1-inch edge model sports an ultrawide camera, Ultrasonic Fingerprint Scanner and Infinity display. The memory and storage configurations are 6GB RAM and 128GB storage or 8GB RAM and 512GB storage. Keep in mind that a MicroSD card can support up to 512GB of storage to get you to 1 terabyte. Galaxy S10 Plus: This 6.4-inch edge model starts at $999 and offers more configuration options. Memory configurations are 8GB RAM with 128GB of storage or 8GB RAM with 512GB of storage. There's also a 12GB RAM and 1TB storage option. Toss in a 512GB MicroSD card and the high-end Galaxy S10 Plus can deliver 1.5GB of storage. Battery is 4,100 mAh. … [Read more...] about Galaxy S10: Which model should you buy?
I had temporarily forgotten my purpose, so I shook myself and tried to espy the iPhones. It was then that I realized there weren't any. In the far distance, I could see quite a few Samsungs on display. The iPhone section, however, was a truly sad sight, wires protruding, enticements entirely lacking, as if a mob of surly burglars had made off with them all. … [Read more...] about I went to see Apple’s new phone. T-Mobile did what AT&T couldn’t
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But over the last few years I have felt that Lenovo had to some extent lost sight of this ThinkPad heritage. There is, for example, a trend toward eliminating buttons, both on the pointer and the keyboard. Lenovo shipped ThinkPads where the TrackPoint's buttons were merely portions of the upper part of the touchpad, rather than the discrete, dedicated buttons that had gone before. This made the machine look in some sense "cleaner," but it also made it harder to use; the invisible buttons could not be hit as accurately or consistently as the old ones. … [Read more...] about ThinkPad X1 Carbon review: A fine heir to the ThinkPad name