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Some Windows tablets these days don't come with a pen even though their screens support pen interfaces. Usually, you have to buy a specific pen from the manufacturer. Now, Wacom has another option that actually works with a couple different pen interface protocols.
It's kind of tricky territory for Amazon to undercut the manufacturer when it's already hitting a discount, but it has for a couple of the 32GB variants.
Many of the world's most popular smartphones, tablets, smartwatches and laptops can be customized again with stylish bamboo-textured dbrand skins.
Wow. Such yuneeq. Very metale. Fone.
I’m basically just using this as an excuse to attack every manufacturer going with the same and the same and the same after so many years of sticking with these aluminium chassis or even slapping a couple panes of Gorilla Glass onto them. It’s what we praise as “beautiful fit-and-finish” with great “feel in hand.” Every. Single. Time. And we’re not just talking about the iPhone and HTC, here; even when the build poses a risk to its own integrity — OnePlus X, you’re a real special case — we will [...]
You’ve probably heard of dbrand before. They’re one of the leading skin makers on the market, pairing incredible precision with endlessly customizable designs. If you’ve ever bought a skin from the Toronto-based company before, you already know about the Moto Maker-like ordering process; you can pick, mix, and match different colors and textures, and even choose whether or not your skin will have cutouts for logos on devices like the Nexus 6. Today, dbrand has added another material to its selection in the form of bamboo.
Okay, so it’s not real bamboo. [...]