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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Cherry Mobile P1 Review


Cherry Mobile has released exciting and innovative products in the past. Novelty phones are one of them from music phones and rugged phones to this new product. The Cherry P1 is one of the new products Cherry Mobile has recently launched. It is a smartphone browser. Cherry P1 is as big as a credit card and about as thick as a pencil. Cherry Mobile offers it in assorted colors. It is quite small and easily fits in your hand. Syncing it to your phone is quite easy. It is only a matter of turning on both device's bluetooth and syncing it. After that your good to go. The SMS syncs in a few seconds same goes with the contacts app. To remind people again, the P1 will just extend the SMS and Call features of your Android phone. Once you sync it, using the P1 will just be like using a dual sim feature phone. The P1 is designed to be a phone browser and may not suit everyone's needs. It is recommended to users who have a need for two sims because the P1 is a standalone phone by itself. My only problem with this phone is that it doesn't have a headphone jack which can make listening to music(which makes the sd card slot) a bit problematic

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Monday, July 27, 2009

Intel Launches Nettop ng Bayan 2.0




THE Intel and the Commission on Information and Communications Technology or CICT’s program for people to use personal computers has reached another milestone by launching "Nettop ng Bayan 2.0".

The new nettop features a 15inch LCD, Intel Atom N720 processor(primarily found on mobile devices, the Atom processor is lauded for providing high performance at low power consumption), 80 Gigs of hard disk, 1Gig of RAM, a mouse and a keyboard. It has a srp of Php10800.

via Computer World




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Iron Man Anime




Watch the new Iron Man Anime trailer. It is set for a 2010 release.


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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Updated OSX-Netbook Compatibility Chart




Here is an updated list of netbooks that will run OSX. via BoingBoing



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Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Rumors:PS3 Slim




This shaky video ambiguously shows what might be the new PS3 slim and it's in the Philippines. Watch through the Shuriken bar video. via GameOPS


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Monday, July 20, 2009

ASUS LaunchesTV Monitor T1 Series




ASUS recently showcased the TV Monitor T1 Series which integrates the latest in desktop monitor and LCD TV technology.

PORTS! PORTS!

As you can see in the picture above the T1 series has a plethora of input and output available for all you entertainment and media fanatics out there. The T1 Series supports Full HD 1080p (1920x1080)and has a cornucopia of ports, including 2 HDMI, 2 SCART, D-Sub, Composite, Component, S-Video, audio-in jack, S/PDIF out, audio out, earphone out and CI slot which means you can put any DVD, media box, Blue Ray and any other thing you can imagine putting in an LCD TV.

SOUNDS GOOD!

You don't have any good speakers to pair with it? No worries! The T1 Series’ dual 7W stereo speakers are hidden behind its tree peony pattern( I don't know what tree peony means but the mesh is really stylish)and the speakers can deliver cinematic virtual surround sound.

FEATURES


The T1 Series’ stunning visual performance—regardless of video source—is comparable to a large-sized living room television, thanks to features such as a 2D/3D comb-filter, noise reduction, 3D de-interlace, 2:2/3:2 pull down and the exclusive Splendid™ Video Intelligence Technology and tint adjustment. Splendid™ Video Intelligence Technology adjusts the displays' parameters to ensure optimized colors with the four preset modes (Scenery, Night View, Game and Standard).

Technical Specs by clicking the link below


True Resolution Full HD 1920x1080
Display Colors 16.7 million
Contrast Ratio 20,000:1 (ASCR)
Brightness 300cd/m2
Viewing Angle (CR≧10) Horizontal: 170° / Vertical: 160°
Response Time 5ms
Splendid™ Video Intelligence Technology Yes
TV Broadcast System Digital (DVB-T) and Analog (PAL/ SECAM)
Built-in Speakers 7W (RMS) stereo speakers x 2
Inputs IEC (TV), D-sub (PC), HDMI 1.3 x2, Component (Y/Pb/Pr), Composite, S-Video, SCART1 (RGB & CVBS), SCART2 (Y/C & S-Video)
Outputs RCA R+L audio-out, optical S/PDIF out, 3.5mm headphone mini-jack
Dimensions (WxHxD) and Weight (kg) 540.6mm x 438.5mm x 191.2mm
Net weight: 6.2kg 589.6mm x 465.2mm x 191.2mm
Net weight: 7.0kg TBD
Accessories D-sub cable, audio cable, power cord, remote control, AAA batteries x2, quick start guide, support CD

T1 Series Site

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Friday, July 17, 2009

ASUS Donates Computers Via ADOC 2.0




900 students of Dr. Arcadio Santos High National High School – Sun Valley Annex in Paranaque City will benefit from the 40 computer sets donated by ASUS through the ADOC 2.0. What is ADOC you may ask?The APEC Digital Opportunity Center (ADOC) was initiated by Chinese Taipei in the 2003 APEC meeting in Bangkok to meet the goal of bridging digital divide among APEC Economies. It has collaborated with seven APEC economies – Chile, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Vietnam, Thailand and the Philippines since its inception. In the second phase of the project, ADOC asked for the support of private companies, like ASUS, to help gather resources.

The students would really benefit from the new computer sets because they can now acquire new skills that will greatly help them in a now globally competitive world.

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