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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 P7500 Review

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 1, 2011

We've got a short week with the upcoming Galaxy Tab 10.1 and so far it's been an interesting one. This is also our first time to do a full review of an Android Honeycomb tablet. See the full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab P7500 after the jump. The Galaxy Tab P7500 is the second-generation tablet that the Korean company has introduced to the market. They started out with a 7-inch tablet last year and the upcoming one is a 10.1-incher. Here's a short familiarization video of the Galaxy Tab 10.1: The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is as thin and as…

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 release set on August 21

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: August 15, 2011

We got confirmation from reps of Samsung (the ones stationed in Rockwell) that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 (P7500) will finally be released this August 21, 2011. The suggested retail price for the Galaxy Tab 101.1 3G with 32GB is Php34,990. There's no official word on the release date of the Galaxy Tab 8.9 but our info on the retail price posted here earlier seems to hold some ground. The SRP is very close to a 32GB iPad 2 3G which sells for Php35,990. Read our full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 here. Hat tip to Raymond Liong.

Edimax nLite WiFi USB Adapter

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: August 22, 2009

I got about 3 or 4 WiFi USB dongles at home to hook up desktop PCs and media players to the wireless network. This one sent in by PCTrends is way smaller -- it's the Wireless nLITE Mini-size USB Adapter -- probably the smallest out there right now. The Edimax WiFi USB dongle is compatible with wireless 802.11n standard with a data rate of up to 150Mbps (as long as your router also supports it). The ones I have at home are from LinkSys and TPLink (the only model compatible with my HDX 1000 NMT) and one can clearly see…

Intex Universal Laptop Adapter

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: March 26, 2011

We rarely seen one of these in stores (ones for mobile phones are more common) so I got a bit interested when a distributor friend sent a sample unit to me. This universal adapter from Intex promises to charge up to 13 laptop brands in one go. The adapter comes with two socket types -- one for the regular power outlet and another one for the car socket charger so you can actually bring this charger on the road as well. There are 11 different output tips that should be compatible with almost any laptops in the market today. Intex…

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 vs. Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: February 5, 2012

Now that Samsung's premium tablet has been launched in the Philippines, I guess they've already completed their line-up. That's 6 tablets in all -- 5.0" (Galaxy S WiFi), 5.3" (Galaxy Note), 7.0" (Galaxy Tab P6200), 7.7" (Galaxy Tab P6800), 8.9" (Galaxy Tab P7300) and a 10.1" (Galaxy Tab P7500). That's a lot of tablets just for a single brand, huh? Of the whole set, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus seems to be the odd couple because they almost have the same features and functionality although one is obviously marketed as the premium model. So…

Add 128GB on your Macbook with an mDrive Adapter

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: November 2, 2014

We recently got a Macbook Air which had a 128GB SSD drive. Coincidentally, the folks from Adam Elements sent us an mDrive adapter for the Air. The Adam mDrive is basically an adapter for a Macbook Air and Macbook Pro to expand external storage via the SD card slot. It is the same size as a regular SD card and a cradle that fits a microSD card inside. The adapter then plugs into the SD card slot of the Mac and the OS detects the new additional storage as a separate drive. The idea is simple and quick it's similar…

Edimax PowerLine Adapter & Wireless AP

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: April 6, 2010

I have two WiFi routers/access points in my 2-story apartment so I can switch between the two anytime one of them goes down. However, the WiFi signal is sometimes a bit weak in a few areas so I thought a stronger draft-N would solve that problem. Turns out there's another way to get around that. The device transforms the entire power-line in your house or building into a wired network of sorts. The distributor sent me a 2 demo units to test out and it's called the Edimax 200Mbps PowerLine Adapter with 150Mbps Wireless Access Point (yes, a mouthful). Now,…

Samsung Galaxy Tabs to get ICS, soon

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: July 5, 2012

As some Android users await the official OT Jelly bean update, some are still stuck at GB and Honeycomb waiting for an ICS update. If you're one of them and you own one of the newer versions of Galaxy Tab, then that long and agonizing wait is about to be over. Our source said that an Android 4.0.4 update has already begun rolling out for some Galaxy Tabs and the global update is imminent in the coming weeks. Here's the list of those slates: GT-P6210 Galaxy Tab Plus 7.0 WiFi GT-P6200 Galaxy Tab Plus 7.0 WiFi + 3G GT-P6810 Galaxy

Galaxy S WiFi 5.0, Galaxy Tab 10.1 Pre-order Promo

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: August 16, 2011

So here's your chance to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Samsung Galaxy WiFi S 5.0 ahead of everyone else - Samsung Philippines is doing a pre-order promo starting midnight tonight 8AM tomorrow. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (P7500) will have a pre-order promo price of only Php26,990 and it comes with a free leather case. Suggested retail price of the device is Php29,990 (16GB 3G model, I guess but the pre-order page should confirm this) and the value of the case is Php1,120. The Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 is a 5-inch iPod Touch competitor and will…

Photo Op: Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Optimus G, Xperia Z

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: March 20, 2013

During our coverage of the Samsung Galaxy S4 in New York last week, we brought with us a number of Android smartphones so we can do a side by side comparison. We had the Optimus G, the Galaxy S3, the HTC Butterfly, Xperia Z and the BlackBerry Z10. Unfortunately, with the very limited time offered to us during the preview session, we were not able to take all side by side shots that we wanted to. Nevertheless, we'd like to share the few ones we were able to get. The one above is the photo of the Galaxy S4 flanked…