Tablet and mobile broadband users coming to the end of their device or data contracts could potentially save themselves a tidy sum by switching to a pre-paid plan. A number of UK mobile networks, including EE and Three, sell data-only SIMs which come with a total allocation of data for a one-off, contract-free payment.
While it’s lower specced than its big brother, this addition means many shoppers – including existing Kindle users looking for an upgrade and those thinking of trying out ebooks for the first time – now have little reason to buy the more expensive Paperwhite.
We take a look at Rakuten TV, the movie and TV boxset store which comes pre-loaded on a range of streaming devices, smart TVs and set top boxes.
Featuring an 8” E-ink touch screen and innovative form factor, the Forma is Kobo’s top of the range ereader which, with a near £240 entry price, is most likely to appeal to seasoned ebook fans.
This new, sub £80 set top box from Manhattan follows the Freeview Play specification, meaning it combines access to subscription-free channels available via your aerial, such as BBC One, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Dave, with catch-up and on-demand apps including iPlayer, All4, and UKTV Play.