LG Delivers Its First Netbook to U.S. Market Via AT&T
Today LG announced that it will for the first time be selling a netbook to U.S. customers. The LG X120 will be only available at The Shack stores and web site for $180 after rebates with new two-year data plan agreement. The X120 weighs 2.8 pounds, and features SmartOn, which boots certain applications much faster to allow for quicker access to the Internet. Other features include a 10.1-inch display, 1.3 megapixel web cam, stereo speakers and up to seven hours of battery life.
HTC 10 Re-Focuses On the Camera and BoomSound
HTC today announced the 10, its flagship handset for 2016. This Android phone carries forward an aluminum design, for which HTC has become known, and makes big improvements to the camera, software, and other core features.
LG's X Power 2 Packs a 4,500mAh Battery
LG today announced the X power2, a follow up to last year's bountiful, battery-boasting handset. The X power2 features an embedded 4,500mAh battery that LG says delivers 15 hours of video playback, 14 hours of real-time navigations, or 18 hours of web surfing.
LG Begins Selling G5 Friends Directly Online
LG today made the G5 Friends accessories available for purchase from its web site. Consumers can buy the CAM Plus ($70), 360 CAM ($200), 360 VR goggles ($200), and Tone Platinum headphones ($200) to go with their G5.
Idol 4 Now On Sale at Cricket Wireless
Cricket Wireless today said the Alcatel Idol 4 is now available for sale from its web site. The Idol 4 is the smaller brother of the Idol 4S.
Is LG not aware of AT&T's network issues? If so, Why would they offer their first netbook through AT&T? Would this not somewhat chance a reputation of negative aspects of the product in the eyes of a consumer? AT&T's network can't handle the bandwidth usage now. Isn't another bandwitdh hog device such as a netbook going to hurt the network even more?
If I was going to launch a first ever for my company, I certainly would want it on a more stable enviroment to better reflect my product.
The iphone is a device that people ha...
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Whereas some devices are constantly dynamically pinging the netowrk and drainin...
As a consumer that reads phone forums, I am aware of AT&T's tattered network.
I wouldn't describe AT&T's network as "tattered". Tmobile's network is tattered. AT&T's network is...overwhelmed. T...