4th gen houdinis are cheaper than their predecessors

Three of the top four models in the UK are now available in the US, with the new HD 7100 Series being the first to launch.

In terms of price, the latest houdins are also among the most affordable in the world, at £199.99 ($289.99) compared to the £349.99 (€419.99).

The HD 7300 Series is the most expensive, at the £429.99 (~$550.99), and the HD 7500 Series is at the price of £649.99.

These four models come with a range of features, including a 12-megapixel camera and an LED flash for a more immersive image experience.

The camera and flash are both wireless, meaning that you can pair the device with an app to record footage and then share it to YouTube or share the footage with a friend.

Houdini also has a built-in camera app, which is the default setting on most models.

It works by opening up the app, tapping the menu, and then the camera icon.

Homescreen notifications are a welcome feature, and they offer a quick way to switch between the camera app and the home screen.

It’s not possible to use both apps simultaneously though, and it’s not clear how it would work in the event that the camera and home screen are switched off.

Hodin does have some other minor design tweaks, though.

The back of the phone has been redesigned to include an all-metal design, and the speaker has been swapped out for an earpiece.

The headphone jack is a little shorter than it was on previous models, and a headphone jack plug has been added at the bottom.

Houzz’s new HD7100 Series has a 12.3-megapixels, 1.3x optical zoom, and 1,300 x 768 resolution.

It comes with a 3,000mAh battery and a microSD slot.

The new HD700 Series has an 8-megawatt, 1,600mAh battery, and has a 4,000 mAh battery.

It has a 7-megadrigger and a 1,800 mAh.