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Then there's the third route for budget-conscious buyers of personal electronics, using a larger tablet -- or even a smaller, 7-inch tablet -- over Wi-Fi for e-mail, entertainment, photography (the horror!), and work, and tucking the inexpensive flip phone into the pocket or purse for routine or emergency calls. Of course, some people may increasingly pull away from pocketable phones altogether and opt for a 4G or 3G tablet through a carrier and answer calls by way of a Bluetooth headset instead.

It's too soon to say where the trend is headed, but I'll guess that heavy tablet users today will find a waning allegiance to their 4-to-5-inch smartphones as time goes on, and could trade in their do-everything handsets for a much cheaper and more limited model as their contracts end, In an unexpected twist, some tech-savvy customers are supplementing fancy tablets with simple phones, commentary Here's a list of people who tell me they want a fuck it iphone case simple phone: my retired parents who have easy access to a computer and two clunky laptops at home, my nonagenarian grandmother, and the tech-savvy CNET reader who recently thanked me for my review of the Samsung t159, a $20 T-Mobile flip phone..

New Kindles: What to expectBack in late June, a source told CNET that the next Kindle Fire would have a camera and physical volume-control buttons (many users complained that the Kindle Fire only has onscreen volume controls). No word on whether Bluetooth will be included, what processor will power the device, but rumors strongly suggest the device will have a higher-resolution display (1,280x800 pixels) and we think that Amazon will offer different memory options (8GB and 16GB) as Google has with its Nexus 7 tablet.

Another thing to look out for is whether Amazon, as rumored, will attempt to subsidize the cost of the new Kindle Fire with an ad-supported Special Offers version, It could also leave the existing Fire on the market and lower its price to $149 and offer fuck it iphone case two different step-up models, one for $199 and one for $249, Whether Amazon will introduce a larger 10-inch tablet that would compete directly with the iPad remains a possibility, Also, a smartphone has been rumored to be in the works, but the chances of such a device making its debut on September 6 seem small..

As for its e-ink e-readers, it seems likely that Amazon will follow a similar product upgrade map to Apple's, adding features along with design and performance improvements but maintaining the similar price points. For instance, we don't expect that Amazon will put out an e-ink e-reader for less than $79 (the current entry-level Kindle sells for $79). Rather, it will simply improve upon the existing model -- perhaps bringing the touch-screen feature, now in the $99 Kindle Touch, down to the lower price range. (Of course, you can get refurbished Kindles for less than $79, but we're talking list price here).