Do you take your Android phones with an extra dose of designer? Then LG’s Prada 3.0 is probably already on your radar, ready to mix and match with your walk-in closet of wardrobe options. This respectably specced, luxe update is right on target to hit South Koreans’ manicured mitts tomorrow, with first dibs going to SK Telecom and a release on KT to follow on January 5th. The usual two-year contract pricing applies for both operators, but contract-averse users can also snag the stylish handset for 899,900 won (about $ 778) outright. That’s the high price you pay for fashion (and a minimalist UI overlay), but at least this forward-looking device is set to fatten its figure with Ice Cream Sandwich in Q2 of next year. Of course, by then, it’ll already be terribly gauche to own one anyway.
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Oh sure, you’ve been able to get your hands on iPads, iPhones and Kindles when checking in before, but a Kobo? Nah. Well, until now. Announced today, the a-okay e-reader company has landed a deal with Fairmont that’ll put e-book readers into the hands of select guests at select properties. Specifically, Fairmont Gold-level guests that are members of the (free to join) President’s Club will be able to trial a Kobo during their stay free of charge, and they’ll find each one brimming with a variety of fiction, non-fiction and high drama titles. Upon returning the device (as if there’s another alternative, right?), patrons will be gifted with a $2 off coupon for Random House titles, and if you’re curious as to which ten properties will be involved in the offer, head on past the break and have a look.
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