HTC One S with a brand new paint job. They've dressed the dual-core powered smartphone up with a white color and added 64GB of internal storage to make it even better.
Google and ASUS were preparing to release a 32GB Nexus 7. Then the 32GB model showed up in a few online inventory systems, and adding fuel to the fire stated an October 24th release date. Today is our biggest hint with a reader claiming he purchased the 16GB model from the Google Play Store in Japan, only he received a 32GB model instead.
Google and ASUS were preparing to offer a 32GB version of their highly popular Nexus 7 tablet. Then we showed you a leaked screenshot from Carphone Warehouse showing the device in their inventory. It looks like they aren't the only one, as it's appearing in multiple other sites inventory too.
Nexus 7 tablet had additional storage, or you'd love to see a Samsung Galaxy Nexus 2 -- then we have a leak showing both. Today a screenshot has appeared from the extremely popular online retailer Carphone Warehouse that is causing a bit of a stir on both accounts mentioned above.
Galaxy S III, the quad-core international version available for sale in the 64GB storage option. US carriers opted for the 16 or 32GB flavors, but now those wanting 64GB of storage can get it. Only it will cost you an arm and a leg.
Sanwa USB Reader, a gadget that's nothing if not descriptive: it plugs into a standard MicroUSB port and adds a full-sized USB port and standard SD/MicroSD slots, plus another MicroUSB port, presumably for pass-through charging.
NOOK tablet line. This morning officially announcing they'll start selling a slightly lower model with only 8GB of internal storage to better compete with the Kindle Fire. The NOOK has a micro-SD slot for expanded storage but out of the box users only get 1GB of the 8 or 16GB included to add their own pictures, music, or video. The rest is reserved for downloads from the NOOK store. Next month that will all be changing after the countless complaints regarding the matter.
64GB Micro SDXC cards just released by SanDisk designed specifically for mobile devices. While most smartphones and tablets only offer SDHC support we are now happy to inform you all that many Android devices are in fact able to take full advantage of the 64GB SDXC cards by SanDisk, even though they aren't listed as supported.
1SaleADay is offering the SanDisk 32GB Micro-SD card class 4 for the extremely low low price of just $29. These are brand new units right from SanDisk and have the same 1-year warranty, no refurbished junk here. I don't know about you guys, and even with everything going to the cloud these days on mobile this is just too good of a deal to pass up.