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Articles tagged with: budget

Cardboard Vacuum Cleaner Is One Green Machine!

If you were in doubt about certain appliances going ‘green’ you may be surprised by this article. We’ve recently caught a glimpse of a cardboard vacuum cleaner called the Vax. The concept was originally designed by Jake Tyler from Loughborough University.

The vaccum cleaner is supposedly a centerfold of sustainability, although I can’t speak volumes on whether it’s a machine that will last you through the years. After all, I can’t imagine holding up well to years of continuous humidity or heck, even a nearby leak.

AT&T Unleashes $50 Unlimited GoPhone Prepaid Plan

If you’re fan of T-Mobile’s unlimited talk, text, and web, but can’t afford to shell out $79.99 a month, you may have considered rolling with Boost Mobile. Boost is now offering unlimited talk, text, and web for $35 a month, which is a steal if you are in a well-covered area.

Well it looks like you have one more option for your unlimited fix. AT&T has just announced a new GoPhone pre-paid service plan that is a $50 per month unlimited plan, offering unlimited talk, text, and web.

Great Budget Notebook: Samsung Series 4

We just got word that there is a new Samsung notebook, the Samsung Series 4, model 400B2Bs. The notebook is aimed for ultra mobile users who need something light enough to take with them wherever they go, but powerful enough to handle basic business computing. The machine wasn’t designed to compete with the aesthetics of the MacBook, but when you need a computer, style doesn’t really matter.

Interestingly, it comes with an IBM-style tracking numb embedded within the keyboard that can be used as a mouse. This tracking numb is traditional of most IBM business notebooks. The notebook also has a fingerprint reader for security, and while not a new invention, does complement the business image rather well.

Archos Arnova 10: A Noteworthy Tablet Under $200

The Archos Arnova 10 Tablet has now become available for purchase, priced as low as $187.66. The budget tablet carries a 10.1 inch resistive touchscreen display with a 1024 x 600 pixel resolution. The tablet also has an integrated webcam for live video chat, USB 2.0 port, and a USB connector. It offers 802.11 b/g WiFi support to connect to the internet.