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Microsoft Surface RT Available At Scan Malta

Microsoft Surface RT Available At Scan Malta

Surface RT

Living up to their claim of offering the largest selection of tablets on the island, Scan has now added the Surface RT to their line up.

The Surface RT is Microsoft’s flagship Windows RT flagship running a watered down version of Windows 8 that is limited to running Metro apps only and having an extremely limited Desktop mode – used only for Office. With a Terra 3 chip inside and an HD screen the Surface RT can compete with most of the Android flagship tablets on sake at the moment with the exception of the ultra high-res Nexus 10.

Prices are as follows:

  • Screen Protector for Microsoft Surface 10.6″ – €4.95
  • Black Flip Case/Stand for Microsoft Surface RT – €27.95
  • Microsoft Surface 10.6″ 32GB Windows RT Black WiFi Tablet – €595.00
  • Microsoft Surface 10.6″ 32GB Windows RT WiFi Tablet w/Touch Keyboard – €675.00
  • Microsoft Surface 10.6″ 64GB Windows RT Black WiFi Tablet – €675.00

  • Microsoft Surface 10.6″ 64GB Windows RT WiFi Tablet w/Touch Keyboard – €755.00

Check out the Surface RT page at Scan.com.mt here.

[DOWNLOAD/PREVIEW] Firefox for Honeycomb beta

[DOWNLOAD/PREVIEW] Firefox for Honeycomb beta

There is, officially, no shortage of third-party browsers available for Honeycomb, each of which seems to have carved out a niche for itself with unique features and services. Heck, even the stock Honeycomb browser is pretty  damn good.

 

The thing is, though, that none of them offer up a really unique way of doing things. Each browser leans on one of two sides: they either follow the PC (stock Honeycomb browser, Dolphin Browser HD) or they go the way of the iPad – pre iOS 5 of course (Opera Mobile).

But then along comes Firefox, offering something fresh, something new. Firefox, as I’m sure you all know (if not, why are you even here?), is a major contender in the PC market, offering one of the most robust browsers out there. Their Android app, however, has failed to gain the same traction. Their Honeycomb app will most definitely change that.

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