So I've been irking to have a smartwatch for a long time already but what I've been seeing from major brands are way too expensive! But after some time of keeping myself updated to smartwatch trends, a leading Chinese telecommunications and smartphone company released a budget smartwatch last year. I'm talking about Huawei and their Band B0 (Honor Zero on other markets) which only costs P2,990! See my review after the specs and features.
Saturday, June 25, 2016
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Finally, the middle child of Acer's latest budget Android phones has reached our shores. The Acer Liquid Z530, which sits between the Z330 and Z630 (both available on stores already) packs a 5-inch IPS LCD screen, 2 GB of RAM, 16GB of internal memory, and LTE capability (same with its siblings) and is now available on CMK Cellphones for a very affordable price tag of P5,890 only. Check out more of the specs below.
Sunday, September 13, 2015
WD AND MILESTONE PARTNER TO PROVIDE VIDEO SURVEILLANCE SOLUTIONS FOR BUSINESSES AND CONSUMERS
Lazada Philippines, without a doubt, is the largest online retailer in the country right now. Their product portfolio has expanded over years, and along with it, partner sellers and customers have increased as well. Admittedly, I have bought many items from this store already and I can say that their service is excellent.
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
The Huawei Y3c is one of the Chinese company's latest budget phones (after dropping the Ascend line) along with its big brother, the Y5c, which was released earlier in the market. It was one of the phones the company showcased in the Mobile World Conference (MWC) last March in Barcelona. On that note, it's a good thing major brands still compete in the entry-level segment of the market.
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Microsoft has just released the new Nokia 105, a featurephone primarily targeted to would-be mobile phone owners and also to consumers who want a reliable and long-lasting backup phone.
|the new Nokia 105|
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
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Unlimited Internet is one of the most highly recommended plans. It’s a type of an Internet connection plan that allows you to surf anytime of the day without data limits! There should be no upload or download cost counted towards your monthly usage plan.
There are several companies out there, from big shots to smaller industry players, which offer unlimited Internet in the Philippines. It may be confusing to determine which telecommunications company to sign up with, so here are a few guidelines to help you get the best unlimited Internet: