Forget about Pokernon GO or Candy Crush, Snake has come slithering back into our lives. Three are launching the ultimate in retro pleasure: the Nokia 3310 3G, a device that takes the smart out of smartphone, but has Snake onboard. Built with 3G connec-tivity, it's not as primitive as you might imagine. There's internet connectivity, so you can check news, maps and social media updates. It's available on prepay for just €69.99. For a limited time, there's €120 free credit for anyone who purchases the Nokia 3310 3G and switches to Three prepay.
Aliens have landed
Masters of gaming laptops, Dell’s Inspiron 15 7000 features a IPS 4K UHD display, so you’ll be dodging bullets in your bedroom as Call Of Duty unleashes its arsenal. But the jewel in Dell’s crown remains Alienware PCs, a lap/desktop series designed for gaming glory. New Alienware Area-51 Desktops are geared to deliver the best experiences in 4K, 8K and virtual reality. Area-51 Threadripper Edition, Alienware’s first 16-core processor desktop, is the pinnacle of PC gaming. Alienware 15 and 17 Laptops, which feature eye-tracking technology, are frankly extra-terrestrial. Two from Three Three dips its toe into own-brand smartphones with the 3Prism and 3PrismHD. Sporting 8GB of internal memory, which can be expanded to 32GB exter-nal memory, these entry-level Androids have all the essentials: camera with LED flash to the front and back, Bluetooth and FM Ra-dio, and 4G abilities. 3Prism costs €89.99; its HD brother is €99.99.
HP breaks all the rules with its new portfolio of Spectres. De-spite being the world's thinnest laptop, there's plenty of filling in the Spectre sandwich. This laptop dishes up a 4K display and more processing power than Cape Canaveral, due to its Intel i5 and i7 processing chips, 11.5 hours of battery life, and supernaturally loud audio. The x360 breaks records on account of its battery life: 16.5 hours, supposedly. It carries 4K, i5 and i7 processors, and a Windows Ink Certified pen for budding designers.