Best Buy has gained the exclusive privilege of selling the affordable Android-based tablet from Huawei. You can see Best Buy's product page here. A hands-on review of an earlier pre-production unit here (good review in my opinion). A nerdier assessment from the pre-production unit sampled earlier this past summer can be read here. In the end, this new tablet is a great addition for the early adopters among us.
First, the details:
Product: Huawei Ideos S7 7" Android Tablet
Price: $299.99 (Exclusively at Best Buy)
SanDisk 8GB USB Flash Drive - $17
Huawei Ideos S7 Android Tablet - $300 (Read Review Here!)
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Lenovo 15.6" Laptop for $750.
More Information Here
Most people do not go to public places such as coffee shops and libraries in order to have private conversations. We understand that the people sitting within earshot are not on the "need-to-know" list. Similarly, computers and phones that surf the Internet in these public places are having conversations with the websites you visit that are easily "overheard" by other computers on the same network. Recently, Eric Butler, a programmer from Seattle, Washington created a simple program called "Firesheep". This software steals the unsuspecting person's login credentials to many popular websites and gives the Firesheep user access to these accounts. This exchange happens without any change or knowledge by the unsuspecting person.
The obvious response is to stop using open wireless Internet "hotspots", but sometimes the convenience proves too strong an allure! Here are a few possible solutions to consider before heading out:
Website design is tricky business! From hosting the website on safe, speedy, and secure servers to the absolute nightmare of ensuring that all browsers from all computer systems all see the same (I would settle for similar if only it was any easier) website, we are ready to exceed your expectations.
Want to give the old college try before contacting 911 support to cart your beloved machine away for weeks at a time? Tired of the distracting pop ups and warnings mocking you for being silly enough to try using the Internet? Farmville performance down 13% since that suspicious alert showed up last week? Let's get started!!
We got a call from Dr. Richard Harris on Friday around 7pm stating that his computer is infected with a virus. He had one of our "referral cards" (first service free) I handed out at Simpson University last week. We made plans for me to come by at 9:30am the next day (Saturday). Within the first ten minutes of turning on the computer, it was readily apparent that spyware was running in system memory and waging a war with Microsoft Security Essentials (here). I opted to perform the repair without requesting to take the desktop back to the office (standard fare for tasks involving a lot of waiting for scans to finish). We would ultimately have a few great conversations on a variety of topics such as the local radio station KVIP, Southern Gospel, his family history of church planting, and more!
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