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True story: My sister once left her Kindle e-reader on an airplane.
By the time she realized it was gone, well, it was too late.
Whoever found the Kindle--assuming they were honest enough to want
to return it--had no way of determining who owned it.
This happens all the time. According to Look Mobile
Security, some 9 million cell phones were lost in 2011. The Ponemon
Institute reported in 2008 that travelers lose more than
12,000 laptops per week in U.S. airports--and 8,000 are
never returned because the owners can't be found. (Those numbers
are probably even higher now.) And don't get me started on kids who
lose their iPods, tablets, and other gadgets.
When Sprint announced a 7-inch Android tablet priced at
$99.99, my ears perked right up. After all, Amazon's Kindle
Fire and Barnes & Noble's Nook Tablet cost twice as much, and
they're both just glorified e-readers.
The ZTE Optik is a much more versatile tablet, with features like
Bluetooth (for streaming music to compatible speakers and earbuds),
GPS (for navigation, natch), dual cameras, and, perhaps best of
all, Sprint's 3G data service.
In other words, unlike most tablets of its size, the Optik doesn't
rely solely on Wi-Fi for connectivity. It comes packing Sprint's
And there, as you've probably guessed, is the catch. Although the
hardware will run you a very reasonable $99.99, you can't get it
without signing a two-year service agreement. And Sprint's Tablet
Connection plans start at $19.99 per month.
This week we are looking ahead to the end of the world or, as it is more commonly known, 2012. Before the Mayan calendar ends and all is lost to fire and brimstone, there are a slew of anticipated video game-related items either set to debut or be revealed in the new year.
Last year I actually waited until after Christmas to tell you where to look for the best post-holiday video game deals. This year I wanted to get a head start. The theme this time around is "Never leave the comfort of your couch." So grab that trusty laptop and start bookmarking.
Here are the best bets for finding video game discounts next week and into the first week of 2012.
Last week I listed the top five video game-related items that should be on every gamers wishlist this season. I also mentioned that many games will be seeing price drops over the next few weeks. Well, the drops have begun and two big A-list games have already gone cheaper.
As we dive headlong into the madness of Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the beginning of the that is the 2011 Holiday Shopping season, let's take a look at the biggest news to hit the video game world this week. Also, I'll answer the question, which games should you keep on your discount-radar heading into Friday and Monday?