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Xtreamer Ultra HTPC

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: February 22, 2011

We tried the Xtreamer Media Player a year ago here and we're pretty impressed with it already. Now comes the Xtreamer Ultrawhich is not only a media player but an ultra compact PC as well. To be formally unveiled next week at Cebit Germany, the Xtreamer Ultra is a sub-$150 media player and HTPC that's quite affordable. Xtreamer Ultra Intel Atom D525 processor 1.8GHz dual-core Intel NM10 Express chipset Nvidia Ion 2 graphics processor (NVidia GT218 512MB GDDR3) 4GB DDR3 RAM (maximum) Nvidia CUDA technology Nvidia PureVideo HD technology (1080p) Optional USB Antenna 802.11n WiFi Optional eSATA Bluray Drive Optional…

Xtreamer Media Player & Streamer

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: November 23, 2009

We got our hands on another networked media player -- the Xtreamer Media Player and Streamer, a small and portable media player. Unlike the other popular media players out there, the Xtreamer uses the smaller 2.5" portable HDD which makes for the smaller form factor. You need to buy and install the HDD separately. There's not a lot of ports at the back but I think it's just enough -- an HDMI, 2 USB, Composite, USB Host (for WiFi 802.11 N), Ethernet 10/100, and Analog/Digital Audio. The unit can play audio, photo and videos up to 1080p. The Xtreamer supports…

Xtreamer to release 5-inch AiKi Android smartphone

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: September 12, 2012

Xtreamer is a brand well known for its digital media players and HTPCs but it seems like its about to take a dive into a different territory by launching its own Android smartphone -- the 5-inch dual-SIM AiKi. The AiKi will fall under the Xtreamer Mobile product line and will feature the following specs: 5" capacitive multitouch display Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich "Powerful" battery ClockWorkMod based Updates Multilingual ROM Dual-SIM Essential pre-installed apps Root Access Enabled It also claims to be a "smooth runner" and as the tagline "Why Pay More?" suggests, will be aggressively priced. Watch the teaser…

Xtreamer Prodigy Review

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: December 7, 2012

Xtreamer Prodigy

Even when several people are planning to get a Smart TV, some still want their traditional TV; just by adding a Smart TV box, they can already indulge on some features that Smart TVs offer. Now, we get a chance to take a look at the Xtreamer Prodigy. Check out our full review after the break. Design and Construction Due to the use of plastic and brushed metal materials, the streamer itself feels like it’s somewhere in between heavy and light. It’s manageable as it can be easily carried, but you won’t be comfortable doing that for long periods of…

Nokia Ovi Maps with Turn-by-Turn Navigation

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: January 21, 2010

Nokia has just announced it is now offering Ovi Maps with turn-by-turn navigation to all users globally. Best of all, it's also available for the Philippines for free. The new Maps menu takes one click to calculate the best way to walk or drive to your destination, and to find your position, find places, find local Lonely Planet and Michelin listings, entertainment, or events nearby. Best of all, the Maps can work even if you're offline since the map data is already downloaded into your mobile phone (there's be instances that map data is partially downloaded or new data needs…

BMW Navigation: Turn-by-Turn GPS Directions

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: October 26, 2008

BMW is introducing a first in the Philippines -- turn-by-turn GPS directions with the BMW Navigation system -- or at least, that's what they claim. 3.5" touch screen display bluetooth hands-free function voice directions with street names comprehensive maps of Philippines installed mp3/audiobook player SD card slot JPEG viewer Of course, you can't get them separately as they one come pre-installed on all BMW 1 Series and BMW 3 Series models.

Amazon sells Remote Controlled Flying F*ck

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: December 5, 2013

Yes, you read it right. Amazon is actually selling a remote controlled helicopter, that is actually, and literally, a flying "FUCK". According to its product description, "the Flying FUCK RC Helicopter is a fully remote controlled flying word that truly says what you feel," so you can "astound and impress your colleagues or loved ones." Fly it in the office and you just might earn your way to early unemployment, but since you bought it and flew it in the first place, who gives a flying f*ck? Remote Controlled Flying F*ck specs: * R/C Helicopter is a giant FLYING FUCK…

Do you turn off your PC at night?

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: April 6, 2007

An article over at Microsoft Small Business Center asks: Do you need to turn off your PC at night?. More often than not I leave my desktop PC on overnight. I only turn them off if I will be away for a day or more. Most of the time, it's running Limewire, iTunes or some torrents but sometimes I just leave it there with nothing to do. I just turn off the monitor/LCD to save on electricity. I do this primarily because there are cases when I need to login or use the PC so quickly, it's easy to just…

Google Remote Desktop for iOS Now on App Store

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: January 14, 2015

Nine months after its official release on Play Store, Chrome Remote Desktop has now made its way to Apple’s mobile ecosystem, allowing iOS users to use their iPhone or iPad to remotely control their computer with the help of an accompanying plug-in on Google Chrome browser. The Chrome Remote Desktop app can downloaded for free on iTunes App Store and is optimized for use on iPhone 5/5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, albeit it’s compatible with iOS devices running on iOS 7 and up. More information about the Chrome Remote Desktop app can be found on this link. Meanwhile,…

The iPad Mini may turn out to be true

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: October 2, 2012

You’ve probably heard about the rumors about Apple's plans of taking on the Nexus 7 by unveiling the iPad Mini a lot of times, but until now nobody has a clear say if there's some truth behind this allegation. Recently, however, Fortune's Editor Philipp Elmer DeWitt, who happens to be an authority when it comes to anything and everything Apple, reported that the iPad Mini rumors may turn out to be true and suggests that we may even see it launched in two weeks’ time. Mr. DeWitt mentioned that he got a tip from one of Apple's major investors who…