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Deal of the Day: Save 35% on Samsung 2494Lw 1080p monitor

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Displays, Hot Deals

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Dell is offering a 35% discount onSamsung 2494LW 23.6-inch 1080p LCD monitor, and we're calling it our These typically sell for $229.99, but with the $80 discount, it's just $149.99 - and you get free shipping to boot:

Save 35% on Samsung 2494LW LCD monitor

Don’t forget, if you’re looking for other deals, be sure to check out our Newegg Promo Code thread.


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A look at the Google Nexus S

Posted by Patrick Lambert Categories: Cell Phones, Google, Rumors

Google NExus S

Ever since Google released an "official" Android phone, the Nexus One (a.k.a. the phone that provided a baseline of what an Android phone should be,) people have been speculating and wondering when the Nexus Two would appear. In the past few weeks, the rumors have gained momentum once again, and now it appears Engadget received some exclusive images that show the Nexus S, a phone from Samsung that would be the true successor to the Nexus One.  A lot is still rumored at this point, but check out the link for detailed shots of every side as well as the interior from this upcoming device.

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Deal of the Day: 48% off Samsung BD-C8000 portable Blu-ray player

Samsung BD-C8000 portable blu-ray player

Looking for a portable Blu-ray player on the cheap? The  offers the Samsung BD-C8000 10.3-inch Blu-ray player for just $259, a savings of $240 off the retail price, knocking 48% off the cost of this thing. It packs in 1GB of RAM and has built-in Wi-Fi for those BD 2.0 features as well, and you even get free shipping. Definitely one to consider if you're a movie buff on the go: 

Save $240 on Samsung BD-C8000 portable Blu-ray player

Don’t forget, if you’re looking for other deals, be sure to check out our Newegg Promo Code thread.


Samsung Galaxy Tab now available in UK, hits US Nov 10

Posted by Patrick Lambert Categories: Google, Handhelds

samsung glaxy tab

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is one of the most hyped Android tablets of the season, and it's almost here. The device sports a 7-inch display and runs Android 2.2. Samsung is claiming you'll get 7 hours of battery life out of the Galaxy Tab, which isn't bad at all.  Expect a front-facing camera, rear camera, and all the typical stuff you'd expect from Android (web, mail, Adobe Flash, 80,000 Android Marketplace apps.) While we've seen other Android based tablets come out this year, this is hailed as the first true iPad competitor.

The release date is this Monday, Nov 1st in the UK (that's today!), and it comes to North America later this month. Every major carrier will have it subsidized for around $400, with T-Mobile starting on Nov 10, following with Sprint on Nov 14 and then Verizon and US Cellular later on. Amazon also just added it to their listings for $699 without contract.

It's clear that this device is going to have a strong demand, it's the best tablet out there that isn't named "iPad," and with the holidays right around the corner, we're expecting this one to be a success for Samsung.

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Deal of the Day: Save 41% on Samsung 3D LED HDTV UN46C8000 bundle

Samsung un46c8000 3d hdtv

Looking to pick up a 3D HDTV, but don't wanna pay the high price? This  is your answer, and may be our best yet. You get the Un46C8000 46-inch 3D 240Hz LED HDTV with the Samsung BD-C6800 3D player, and the Samsung 3D starter with with 2 pairs of 3D glasses and a copy of Monsters vs. Aliens 3D, all for $1,779. That is a savings of $1,218 off the regular price, saving you a whopping 41% - with free shipping included! We aren't sure how long this one will last, but if you are interested, we recommend you jump on it:

Save $1,218 on Samsung 3D LED HDTV bundle

Don’t forget, if you’re looking for other deals, be sure to check out our Newegg Promo Code thread.


Epic 4G review

Samsung Epic 4G review

The is the second phone from to take advantage of their speedier 4G service, the original being the EVO 4G. The Epic 4G is part of Samsung’s Galaxy S line of Android smartphones, although visually it’s a departure from others like the Samsung Captivate, Fascinate, and Vibrant from other carriers. You do still get the TouchWiz 3.0 interface, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, and the 4-inch Super AMOLED display. So what’s different, aside from the phone being able to access Sprint’s 4G network? Well, it’s a Galaxy S phone with a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard. So, is it worth your time—and more importantly—your money? We’ve got our full review for you, so click on through.

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Samsung Epic 4G unboxing gallery

Samsung Epic 4G

Today, launched the smartphone, their second Android phone that can tap into their 4G network. We have our hands on the device, and we’ve taken a bunch of shots to show off Samsung’s only QWERTY keyboard-sporting Galaxy S device. We know you want to get to our Epic 4G review ASAP, but do take a moment and check out the Epic 4G unboxing gallery we’ve put together to really get an idea of the look of the thing, won’t you?

Gallery: Samsung Epic 4G unboxing gallery


Samsung Epic 4G ad with Master Chief?

If you’ve seen the new commercial then you might have been fooled into watching the whole thing thinking it was a new Halo: Reach commercial (raises hand). The similarities are probably not a coincidence considering Halo: Reach is set to be the biggest game of the year, and all eyes are on it right now. Knowing this, Samsung could have purposely chosen to borrow the money making look of Master Chief. 

The start of the ad depicts a character bearing a strong resemblance to Halo’s Master Chief. The pseudo Chief is then chased by an alien space craft which bombards the Spartan-like clone with some heavy missile fire. Unmasking himself, the Samsung’s Spartan hops into his own aircraft, epic chase ensues. The terrain containing the massive battle is then revealed to take place in the palm of your hand - the slogan for the theater-like experience promised by the Samsung Galaxy S. All Halo inspired themes aside, it’s a pretty cool commercial, though you have no clue what it’s about until the very end. Microsoft states that “the commercial in question is not sanctioned by Microsoft.” However, whether or not Microsoft will want to have the look alike Master Chief hero pulled from the air is not known at this point.

Check out the ad for yourself below.


Samsung Galaxy Tab teaser video

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Handhelds, Videos

Okay, we knew that the Galaxy Tab was real, but it’s been pretty much shrouded in secrecy, until now. Samsung has unleashed an official teaser video, giving us mere glimpses of the Galaxy Tab, er, tablet device. What do we now know? Well, for starters, it’s got a 7-inch display (same as the rumored upcoming miniaturized ,) Android 2.2 Froyo, video calling (implying a front-facing camera,) Swype, HD movie playback, built-in ebook reader, GPS, and Flash support. The full reveal comes on September 2nd, which is nine days away. Seriously, we can’t wait.


MetroPCS branded Samsung R900 Craft LTE-capable phone spotted

Posted by John Kilhefner Categories: Cell Phones, Handhelds, Rumors

MetroPCS

Blurry photos of Samsung’s R900 Craft surfaced about a week ago within HowardForums. While the R900 is not running those new fangled operating systems that all the kids are raving for these days, the pics reveal that the phone will run on the MetroPCS’s LTE network making it the first LTE capable phone stateside, so it does breed a bit of excitement. Currently MetroPCS has only confirmed LTE networks to cover metropolitan areas in Las Vegas and Dallas Fort Wort, but states that they will cover several more metropolitan markets as well. Check out more photos of the MetroPCS Samsung R900 after the jump.

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