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LAST Saturday, TEENage stopped at the newly refurbished Courts on Constant Spring Road and saw firsthand all the new gadgets on display.
The store, which has been open to the public for three weeks — has an expansive aisle — dubbed the Electronics Avenue — of tech-savvy treats for any TEEN to run in and grab.
Cameras, laptops, tablets, iPads, iPad Minis and a range of Samsung phones and Android-capable gadgets — the ‘Avenue’ is nothing short of tech heaven.
In fact, as soon as anyone enters the store, their eyes are immediately pulled to the 75-inch Samsung Smart televison set that had all the TEENs mesmerised.
We even got a chance to see and and use some of the features of the ultra-sleek television set.
And the best part is, you can use, most if not all, of the gadgets on display. After all, what better way to know if it works, than to test it out.
If it is a little to late to go shopping for gadgets this Christmas, you can always splurge for the new year.
TEENage members (from
foreground) Talia Soares,
O’Neil Grant, Monique
Clarke, and Chavon Panton
check out the tablets that
Electronics Avenue at Courts
has to offer.
Warehouse attendant Ricardo McLean (left) was on hand to show Chavon the satellite
navigation capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S.
The camera prices start at $3,999 and Chavon Panton (inset, left) and
Halima Leslie (inset, right) tested two gadgets at opposite ends of the price
spectrum. (Photos: Naphtali Junior)
A wide range of laptops are also available.
one of the
features of the
Grant tested this camera quality on the TEENage team. (Photos:
Playstations are also great gifts this Christmas.
The TEENage team took a few
photographs using the 75”
Samsung Smart TV camera
function. They even used their
hands to control and capture a
few candid shots.
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