Apple iPod Touch rival is cooler and runs on Android
Apple’s $299 iPod Touch is now being challenged by a four-inch, Android-based device called MG.
Developed by PlayMG (which stands for “Play More Games”), MG can be best described as a high-end Android phone — without the phone, of course.
Unlike other Android devices, MG was built primarily for gaming. Parental controls are provided (for those who wish to employ them), but the entire Google Play store can be accessed.
In a comparison test, Tower Defense (which is pre-loaded on the device) played equally as well on MG as it did on the HTC myTouch 4G but crashed less often. Better still, MG proved to have better color saturation than Samsung’s Galaxy Note II.
The whites were whiter and the blacks were blacker. Even yellow text appeared to be more true-to-life on MG than it did on the Note II.
- KOAMTAC Announces the KDC350F, an IP65 Rated Wi-Fi Bluetooth Barcode Scanner and NFC Reader (prweb.com)
- Best Streaming TV Devices to Help Cut the Cord (pcrichard.com)
- Introducing the New Bose® SoundTouch™ Wi-Fi® Music System (pcrichard.com)
- TurboTax Mobile Apps: The power is in your hands to keep more of your hard-earned money (turbotax.intuit.com)
- Apple Pay, mobile wallets, and the future of ecommerce (bigcommerce.com)
- Progressive Launches Industry’s First Android App for Car Insurance (cheapautoinsurance.org)