We’ve built up some pretty straightforward expectations for a new Amazon Fire 7 tablet. Each iteration is going to be a solid but basic mini tablet that acts as a 7-inch window onto the sprawling Amazon ecosystem.
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HP has freshly taken the wraps off the HP Pavilion x360 and HP Spectre x360 notebooks, with the latter being slightly expensive compared to conventional notebooks sold in India. The two notebooks come with extensive editing capabilities, helping you showcase your creativity. The 14-inch Pavilion x360 and the Spectre x360 come bundled with the HP Active Pen stylus by default, which utilizes Windows Ink to let you draw or design something directly on the display.
Samsung has announced the arrival of the Galaxy Tab S3 in India. The device will be shown off at a dedicated event in Bengaluru on the 20th of June. This is going to be a standard launch event, and we have to wait until then to get detailed word on other aspects like pricing and availability. The company is likely to sell the tablet in Black and Silver variants.
When Microsoft’s E3 2017 rounded off, all puffed up and proud of the Xbox One X reveal and its beefy hardware specs (well, beefy in the context of consoles, at least), whispers were abound that VR was going to go the way of rhythm action games or the unloved stepchild that was PS Vita – loads of launch fanfare followed by a painful descent into obscurity.