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First official Apple Store opens in the Philippines

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 18, 2014

It's finally here! The first official Apple Store in the Philippines has opened in Bonifacio Global City without much noise. This we confirmed after a chance encounter and quick interview with a Marketing Manager overseeing the operations of the store. The Apple Store is located inside the newly constructed Abensons BGC which is found in the corner of the 5th and 28th Street. Construction began last year and was only completed in October of 2014. The store was curated by representatives from Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California (Manila Bulletin fist reported the Apple Store in December 8). Abenson Global City…

Apple opens Online Store in the Philippines

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: November 11, 2008

Just got a call from the PR Manager of Apple Asia informing me about the official launch of the Apple Online Store in the Philippines. This confirms the story I wrote earlier about the Apple Store. Apple is also giving away an exclusive T-Shirt to all purchases from now until November 28, 2008. You can also get free engraving on all iPod products as well as order the limited edition Product Red iPod Nano. All orders are shipped from the regional hub in Asia which includes free shipping on 1-2 business days. This launch is in time for the holiday…

Apple to open Online Store in the Philippines?

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: September 30, 2008

A tip from a source close to distributors hinted that an Apple Online Store is in the works to cater to Philippine consumers. Could be launching real soon? The source reveals that Apple would not allow resellers and distributors to sell any Apple products online. Apple is strict about this and violation could result to a revocation of license/rights. However, this doesn't prevent small-time sellers to offer iPods, Macbooks and other Apple products on their sites, blogs or Multiply accounts. In our region, only Hong Kong and Singapore have online Apple Stores. Maybe the demand for iPods and other…

Leica opens first store in the Philippines

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: November 4, 2014

In a grand celebration held at the Greenbelt Mall in Makati City, Leica Camera Asia Pacific opens the first-ever Leica Store in the Philippines with the help of Lucerne Group who has been named as official distributor and reseller of Leica cameras in the country. The two companies may seem like a peculiar pair at first, considering that Lucerne Group has primarily focused their efforts in bringing luxury Swiss watches in country since 1982. It’s for this very reason, however, that Leica Camera Asia Pacific chose to team up with the home-grown company. The camera maker is confident that Lucerne…

Poll: How much portable storage do you have?

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: February 18, 2008

Long gone are the days when we carry around 3.5" floppy disks for copies of important documents and files. Even CDRWs are seldom used as well. It's now mostly flash drives and portable HDDs. Our poll this time asks how much portable storage do you carry around. USB flash drives are very cheap nowadays and have become a staple giveaway. There are other types of micro media too like SD cards, CF, Memory Sticks and such. I have a total 7GB (4+2+1) of USB flash disk, 8GB (4+2+1+1) of Compact Flash and 2GB of miniSD. That does not even include…

Mi Philippines to open Pop-Up store at SM Megamall

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: October 21, 2014

Been wanting to buy the Xiaomi Mi 3 or Redmi 1S smartphones but don't want to do it online? Then you might want to drop by SM Megamall this Thursday as Mi Philippines will launch its first pop-up store in the country. At the store, customers can try out Mi products in person, learn more about Xiaomi, and participate in fun activities. As mentioned earlier, you can also can directly purchase the Mi 3 for Php10,599, the Redmi 1S for Php5,599, and shop for smartphone accessories. The Mi Pop-Up store will be at the SM Megamall (Upper G/F Building B)…

Samsung unveils Portable SSD T1 external SSD

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: January 6, 2015

Samsung has recently unveiled the Portable SSD T1, a sleek and stylish external Solid State Drive (SSD) with up to 1TB of storage capacity. Samsung Portable SSD T1 specs: 250GB / 500GB / 1TB capacities Compatible with USB 3.0, 2.0 71.0 x 9.2 x 53.2 mm Max. 30gram Up to 450MB/sec transfer speeds UASP Mode AES 256-bit encryption Password setting (Optional) 3-year warranty The Portable SSD T1 has a starting price of $179.99. source: Samsung

Samsung Portable SSD T1 locally launched, priced

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: July 23, 2015

The Samsung Portable SSD T1 has been officially launched in the Philippines and now available for purchase. As its name suggests, the SSD T1 comes in a sleek and compact body that is easy to carry around. It boasts a sequential read/write speeds of up to 450MB/s with a USB 3.0 super speed interface, and 8,000 Input Output Per Second (IOPS) and 21,000 IOPS for random read and write speed, respectively. Samsung adds that its random write IOPS is approximately 100 times faster than a typical external hard disk drive (HDD). The Samsung Portable SSD T1 is priced at Php9,999…

AVT offers portable GPS in the Philippines

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: February 24, 2009

AVT today announced a whole line of GPS devices specific for the Philippine market. That's turn-by-turn GPS navigation available for the entire Greater Metro Manila and all national highways from Abra to Davao. AVT introduced their most affordable GPS device, the Navigator A800, for an introductory price of Php18,500. The device has a 4.3" LCD touchscreen, pre-loaded with maps of greater Metro Manila, has turn-by-turn voice direction, 2D/3D map display with some multimedia capabilities (photo, video and music player). Powered by a Samsung ARM 400MHz, the A800 stores all data on a memory card (up to 32GB) that you can…

Poll: Which portable HDD do you use?

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: December 7, 2009

A couple months ago, my 160GB WD Passport portable HDD crashed. I'm not sure what files I've lost along with it. I only got the chance to buy a new one last week -- a Samsung S2 320GB. I was wondering, and since I don't trust Western Digital's portable HDD (I still have the 500GB WD MyBook from 2 years ago), which of the current set of mobile disk drives people commonly use these days. We've got a bunch of them available: Western Digital My Passport Freecom Mobile Drive XXS Seagate FreeAgent Go Samsung S2 Iomega Portable Hard Drive Transcend…