Saturday, January 19, 2013

Xitrix LED TV, LCD TV, Servers Feedback, Anyone?

Just came across this really enticing offer from a local Groupon clone seeling heavily-discounted Xitrix LED TVs for only PhP13,995.00 instead of the regular price of PhP24,000.00 "Xitrix 32-inch HD-Ready LED TV! Package includes a wall mount bracket and a 1-year warranty! Indulge to an audiovisual overload with this HD-Ready LED TV by Xitrix! Ignite your senses with the Xitrix 32-inch HD-Ready LED TV! This savvy LED 3D TV from Xitrix will definitely satisfy your yearnings for crisp and clear media entertainment. The Ultra-slim carries a brushed-finish 32-inch LED display with HD-ready 1360 x 720p resolution to lend a crisp, sharp and incomparable viewing experience. Push your media boundaries with the LED TV’s HDMI and USB ports, NTSC tuner, USB HD Video Playback for more options to amplify your viewing and gaming enjoyment. Started out as a computer systems company that provides computing products and sevices, Xitrix has manage to play an integral part in competing with other major electronics brands, making the brand, Xitrix a trusted name in the said industry. Xitrix takes pride in being ISO certified and continues to demonstrate its commitment in designing top quality electronic products as well as computer peripherals that corresponds to every customer’s electronics and digital need. Technical specifications Dimension: 77.2 x 48 x 4.9cm Resolution: Dynamic Contrast Ratio Pixel Pitch: 1360x720pHD Ready Display color: 16.7Million Display color" Quesstion: How reliable are Xitrix LED TVs? where is it manufactured? I supposed it's made in China. Local support or rather Xitrix service centers? There's the official website that points to a place in Cubao, Quezon City. most importatant question: are xitrix LED TVs worth it?

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Cherry Mobile Flare/Titan: Where to Buy Cheap Android Phone

I just became an official android user with a purchase of sought after Cherry Mobile Flare at Walter Mart North EDSA at the retail price of P3,999.00 initial impressions of Cherry Mobile Flare Review:
Cherry Mobile Flare in my hand (photo taken by my iPhone 4S

Capacitive screen is responsive, though i'm used to my iPhone 4S, no comparison picture quality is good but not great, camera hunts in low light and not that sharp (of course I don't expect much from a cheap camera) but it's already good for the price (the only negative comment/feedback here from a guy who loves cameras. (phone Camera picture samples later) 

 autofocus camera is 5 megapixels (again, high megapixel count doesn't make a camera good) 

 build quality is good, plastic is not the el cheapo type. it doesn't really look cheap at all, there's only a small cherry mobile logo at the back, no logo in front. No "drop test" here but it looks rigid enough to withstand a bad fall though I don't recommend it (madali masira? doubt it) 

 dual core, 1.2 GHz processor is fast, about as fast as my iPhone display resolution is good at the price, don't know if this is native to Android but the Gmail app is rendering email messages that do not fit on the screen, i have to scroll left/right down/up unlike my iPhone where the message fits the screen (is due to high screen resolution of iPhone retina?) 

 wi-fi is fast so far, not yet used it for 3G Internet access yet, streaming video nor music. memory of 4 BG but expandable to 32GB, i only have to buy one at CDR King for a microSD memory card 

 Where to buy Cherry Mobile Flare Online: lazada.com.ph price is P4,999.00 yeah it's a bit expensive Cherry Mobile stores scattered in malls 

 Cherry mbile flare review cherry mobile titan review warning: this popular phone is always out of stock I will write a full review with sample pictures, GPS sensitivity, battery life, capacitive touch screen et al one of these days

Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Hyundai Accent Hatchback CRDI Fuel Consumption (Diesel), Specifications

I love the Hyundai Tucson with its fluidic design now applied to the Hyundai Accent, Hyundai Elantra, Hyundai Eon, and Hyundai i10, Hyundai i30 and others the Hyundai Tucson I did not choose vs my Toyota Innova since I needed more passenger space then Now I'm keen on buying a hatchback, a Honda Jazz to be exact when I confirmed the news that the Hyundai Accent Hatchback is coming to the Philippines and it comes in diesel, not gas, variants with either manual or automatic transmission (MT/AT) Now, how does the hyundai accent fuel consumption compare to the hyundai tucson sedan gas variant? I wanted to know the kilometers/liter (miles per gallon) more like gas vs diesel.
I needed unleaded gas receipts for my gas allowance reimbursements but this news of the sexy hyundai look but the lure of more cost savings in getting a small diesel car is probably worth considering. If you also have information on the following, please leave a comment: Hyundai Genesis Fuel Consumption Hyundai Genesis Coupe Fuel Consumption Hyundai Grand Starex Fuel Consumption Hyundai i10 Fuel Consumption Hyundai i30 Fuel Consumption Hyundai Veracruz Fuel Consumption Hyundai Elantra Fuel Consumption Hyundai Santa Fe Fuel Consumption Hyundai Sonata Fuel Consumption Hyundai Eon Fuel Consumption Hyundai H100 Fuel Consumption