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One-day Amazon storage sale has PNY Elite 512GB microSD cards for just $81

It's kind of astonishing to see how quickly storage prices fall. PNY introduced its Elite 512GB microSD card at $349.99 in June of last year, and today the very same card is available for just $80.99 on Amazon. If you need a bit more speed, the 512GB Pro Elite is $89.99, and other PNY storage products are discounted as well.

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Call Of Duty Elite App Updated To Support Black Ops 2, Just In Time For Your Gaming Bender

Did you hear that Call of Duty: Black Ops II came out yesterday? Really? How could you not? It was in all the papers blogs! Regardless, the game's companion app, Call of Duty ELITE, on Android has been updated to include support for the newest in the CoD series. It's also worth pointing out, after the newest release, Elite has had its premium mode excised in favor of a season pass model.

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The companion app allows you to keep track of gameplay statistics, modify your classes, and join or manage clans via Clan HQ. There is also the new addition of Call of Duty Elite TV.

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Sprint And LG Announce The Optimus 'Elite' For April 22, The Phone That Is Anything But

Do you remember the small anticlimactic device dubbed the LG Optimus Elite that we told you about a few weeks ago? Well, Sprint and LG just made this little guy official. Here's a look at the official spec sheet:

  • 3.5-inch display
  • 800Mhz processor
  • 5MP rear shooter
  • NFC
  • Android 2.3

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This thing may have been "Elite" two years ago.

With specs like that, you probably expect this device to be free, eh? Bad news - it's not. In fact, it's $80. Granted, you get $50 of that back by way of mail-in-rebate (making the device $30), you still have to fork over $80 (plus tax) if you want to pick this phone up.

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Details About The Upcoming LG Optimus Elite Leak - It's The Lowest Of The Low End... But Has NFC

Images and details about the upcoming LG Optimus Elite for Sprint and its prepaid subsidiary Virgin Mobile have made their way to the internet, and the only thing I can say about it is this is one confused device, and it couldn't be further from 'elite'.

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While this device may not look half bad, under the hood it's the most underwhelming thing that we've seen in many months - save for one unexpected feature on a device like this.

  • 3.2-inch display
  • 800MHz single-core processor
  • 5MP camera
  • Android 2.3
  • NFC

See that last option? Yeah, this thing has NFC. It's unclear as to what market this phone is even for.

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