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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

What's new in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4?

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 was one of the popular phone of 2013. Following last year success, Samsung is already start working on the successor to Galaxy Note 3, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

What's new in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 4?

Starting off with the design, the Galaxy Note 4 is expected to have a similar design to the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 3 but there are many rumours that there will be more the one version of the Galaxy Note 4 with a possible flexible display or a higher quality metal Note 4. We don't know much about the design so far but hopefully it will something unique and cool.

Samsung Flexible Display at CES 2013

The internal Hardware will have the top of the line specs. Some of the rumours claims that the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 will have a 5.7-inch display which is same size as the Galaxy Note 3 but Galaxy Note 4 will have now QuadHD/2K display with 515ppi. Most likely we'll be seeing a Snapdragon 805 Processor and Exynos 5433. For graphics will have the Adreno 420 GPU and 3GB or 4GB of RAM as well as storage options of 16/32/64GB and of course a MicroSD support up to 128GB. Camera wise, we'll be seeing a Sony 16MP OIS at the back and 2MP front camera. For the Software will most like have Android L or later version of Android KitKat along with the latest version of TouchWiz or possibly a newer version of TouchWiz.

Samsung has always known to have a slew of special features and the Galaxy Note 4 will definitely add some new one. Samsung will have an updated of its S-Pen and there are some cool new features as well as the Finger Print Scanner, Barometer, Temperature and Humidity Sensor as well as a Heart Rate Sensor and even a possibly Retina Scanner as hinted by Samsung, all build into the phone.

In conclusion, the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 will be most likely a powerful device with lots of new features and some gimmicks that could truly be a great success for Samsung.

Friday, July 25, 2014

New Acer Aspire AU5-620-UB10. An All-In-One Budget PC

Where going to talk about the new Acer Aspire AU5-620-UB10 model. This PC is an all-in-one running Windows 8. It's a touchscreen pc and it's available for about $999.

The touchscreen is nice and responsive but it's got a 1920x1080 display resolution, that's not very high but it suit 23-inch screen pretty well and things like videos and photos are great. Acer Aspire AU5-620-UB10 comes bundled with mouse and keyboard and they're pretty standard pack-ins, the mouse is really small and it's kind of annoying to use if you got big hands. The keyboard is full-sized and it has a number pad with keys that are nice and wide so you won't too many mistakes while you're typing.

Inside the machine are 8GB of RAM and a 1 Terabyte 5400 RPM hard drive. That's not a very fast hard drive but it's roomy and it's about right for a thousand dollar price tag on this PC. The machine has a Core i5 processor but it uses Intel integrated graphic so most modern games can be out of the question. And with that, things like streaming HD or playing simple casual games works great. The speakers are fine but they sound distorted if you crank them up a little too loud. There are too many ports spare, there are two USB 3.0 port and three 2.0 port and a card reader. But you also get HDMI input and output ports which is a nice touch. There is only a DVD burner but higher models offer Blu-ray player.

This machine standout feature is the stand itself that propping it out. It's really smooth and you can push it down until it's laying just about flat. It's an exactly a table top PC which are increasing common style of all-in-one but it's suitable to really nice angle if you want to do a little place in games.

So you will get what you paid for in this PC and that's not a bad deal. A responsive touchscreen, plenty of storage space, good performance if you aren't into gaming and a great platform for video. All respectable for $999

Galaxy Alpha Photos Leaked

Galaxy F leak Images from Vietnamese blog tinhte

Some photos have leaked of the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Alpha's smartphone which is said to be higher-end model of the Galaxy S5 and it could be launch in the next two months, that would be around the time of the iPhone 6.

These photos are posted to a Vietnamese tech blog unlike many leaked images, they're out of focus. When will this sneaky spy photographer just learned to shoot clear photos. We can learn more details by early September during the Samsung event at the IFA Tech Conference in Berlin.

Lamido Philippines Revolutionizes Buy and Sell Search in the Philippines

The Internet is totally reinvented the world of shopping. The world's largest mall is not in Dubai and it's not even in the Philippines. It is actually at your fingertips. And with the right tools and tactics, you can find the perfect item and a perfect size at a discount price and deal, faster than you ever could in real retail shop or mall.

When shopping offline, you often have to go to several stores to get some of the things you need and sometimes even after several stops, you aren't able to find an items what you're looking for the good price.

With Lamido Philippines, the running around is over. Lamido Philippines is recently launched and operational since January 2014. It is an online marketplace where you can buy and sell such as variety of items, similar to (formerly and It is well organized and easy to navigate categories to help you find and filter items, comparing, obtain the best deals, purchase and return items while staying safe and secure. You can get the newest high quality mobile phones at discounted tag of a retail price, get your hands on top of the line cameras and accessories, buy a new computer for the office or find the cheapest electronics and others all without ever leaving the house.

The best thing about services is that all their sellers will go through stringent verification to validate and classify them as legit sellers, which means they don't have any bogus sellers. In addition to that, they have a process called Lamido Safepay. With that feature buyers can deposit the payment for the items they bought in their site directly to their bank account. They will only release the payment to the sellers once the buyer receive the ordered items which should be also in perfect working conditions.

They also have a Buyer Protection Scheme whereas they have a dedicated customer service team who attends to buyer complaints.  Once a complaint with a seller is open, the Order Fulfillment team sends a warning to the sellers to ship out orders or they will hide their listings from ph website. You can pay via Cash on Delivery (COD) or Bank Transfer (BT), once the payment is confirmed, they will shipped the item directly to your doorstep, safe and secured.

For smartphone users, has now arrived to your android phone. The Lamido android app was rolled out earlier this month and officially launched July 17, 2014. With Lamido app, it doesn't matter where you are now. You can buy and sell your favorite items while on-the-go. With Lamido app, online buying and selling has never been more convenient. To navigate through the store using the app, simply browse by category or search for a keyword or brand. You can also check out the detailed product information as well as the images. With the Lamido app, you can also:

  • Sell your products in an easy way and spread your business worldwide
  • Save items in your wish list
  • Get notifications about your products and activity
  • Read and answer to your messages
  • Leave feedback about your experience and review sellers ratings to choose, your best option.
Lamido Philippines is powered and backed by Rocket Internet. Claimed to be the world’s largest Internet incubator which is the same company that brought other sites like Lazada, Pricepanda, EasyTaxi and Lamudi in the Philippines.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Sony's NW-ZX1 High-Definition Walkman

Sony's latest Walkman is getting buzz. The first cassette tape plain Walkman came out 35 years ago but this new NW-ZX1 plays ultra-high definition digital audio files. That means any music isn't compressed like typical MP3.

Along with the high-def audio comes a high price tag as well and it cost $700. It's a bit bulky, carved from a block of expensive aluminum. It has 128GB of storage and 32 hours of battery life. It's a hit in Japan were consumers starting to get into high-def audio. By high-def it means, you can hear every sound detail like the artist breathing. It will probably take sometime before this gadget will release in the US and other regions soon after.