Skip to content

Articles tagged for: red dot philippines inc

February 03, 2008

Google Data Center in Malaysia; why not the Philippines?

Drew points us to a brewing discussion at Slashdot over a possible new Asian Data Center being planned by Google. Rumor is that it’s going to be Malaysia though reports indicate Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, India and Vietnam to be ideal candidates as well. Wait, why isn’t the Philippines even in the picture?

June 23, 2007

How’s your DSL in the Philippines?

Joey Alarilla asks “Do we actually have broadband in RP?”. Yeah, we do, it’s called Digital Substandard Lines. *heh* Been hooked up on DSL for about 4 years now. Before that, I languished in crappy dial up connection. I started with Greendot at 256Kbps for Php2,750 for about a year before I moved to PLDT […]

March 30, 2007

Joel Disini responds to dot.PH Pricing discussion

Joel Disini, President & CEO of dot.PH, responds to our earlier discussion here last October entitled “Why dotPH is still expensive?“. In his comment, left yesterday evening, he said: Hi, I just recently discovered this thread, and I thought I’d directly respond to the group. Hopefully, people are still willing to discuss this topic. My […]

October 25, 2006

Why dotPH is still expensive?

This is an ongoing discussion over at SEO Philippines Yahoogroups so I’m re-posting my answer there here. Disclosure: I am an .PH reseller. I have been meeting with the PH team for some time now and I have been somewhat discussing with them the idea of lowering the prices. I’ve also had talks with JJ […]

February 24, 2006

Corporate Blogging in the Philippines

Jan emailed me yesterday and asked me about the state of corporate blogging in the country: Hi and good day! I’m currently looking for companies in the Philippines who allow their employees to blog about their products, processes, etc… Companies who embrace corporate blogging. Is there a company right now who openly does this? If […]

March 25, 2014

HTC One 2014 (M8) now official!

Following lots of leaked details, photos and videos, the All New HTC One finally gets announced and is set to kill with a curvier aluminum design, a set of improved cameras and a huge bump in the hardware department in almost every way.

March 08, 2014

Oppo Find 7 images leak, shows its sexy design

Coming to the Philippines this April, Oppo‘s next flagship phone is attracting a lot of hype. They have a great cameraphone with unique features and CyanogenMod right now called the N1, and their next, the Find 7, is expected to have two models with a 50 megapixel camera, a 5.5-inch 1080p/2K display, Snapdragon 800/801 and 2GB/3GB RAM.

January 20, 2014

NVidia Shield Review

Every once in a while, we’d encounter a device that’s completely new and out-of-the-box that it challenges the way we do things. Sometimes, it’s just a matter of showcasing what a company’s potential for a new product category. The NVidia Shield is somewhere in between.

January 19, 2014

Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 2 8″ Review

The IdeaPad Miix 2 8-inch is among the new breed of 8-inch Windows tablets that poses to become a good replacement to the decade old netbooks. They’re as affordable, more powerful, more portable with almost the same battery life and yet offers the same features and functionality. Read our full review of the Lenovo Miix […]

December 30, 2013

Dell Venue 8 Pro Review

Dell’s entry into the Windows 8 tablet is the Venue 8 Pro — an 8-inch fully-functional PC packed in a small form factor. It’s a new breed of personal computing device that might practically replace the netbook. Check out our full review of the Dell Venue 8 Pro after the jump.

December 26, 2013

O+ Imagine Review

O+ USA surprised a lot of folks by releasing its newest flagship smartphone just before the Christmas rush. It was a phone like no other O+ handsets we’ve seen before. Check out our full review of the O+ Imagine after the break.

September 09, 2013

Polaroid Elixir 10 Review

When we dropped by Red Dot Philippines’ office in Manila we chanced upon one of Polaroid’s new Intel Medfield-powered tablet called Elixir 10. They were kind enough to allow us to take it for a spin for a week, so we thought of sharing our initial thoughts about the 10-inch slab.

July 09, 2013

Fujifilm X-M1 lands locally, priced at Php40K

In what is probably the fastest local release of an international product, Fujifilm PH has brought their compact MILC APS-C camera to our country and is looking to put its direct competitor (Sony NEX5R) a good run for its money. Check out the details below.

June 03, 2013

Fujifilm X100s Review

Last week we’ve given you a brief introduction to the X100s’ basic features, a quick tour of its body, as well as our initial thought about it. Now it’s time for meaty part where we’ll tackle the performance side of things to see if this this camera is indeed a worthy successor to the highly […]

May 28, 2013

Polaroid re-enters PH market w/ smartphones & tablets

After their success in Europe and America, Polaroid now has its eyes set on our country and, together with RedDot Philippines, have unveiled a slew of competitively-priced Android-powered devices aimed at budget-conscious consumers.

January 13, 2013

Meizu MX 4-Core Review

At first glance, it looks very similar to an iPhone – but run through it a little longer, you’ll find yourself exploring through a very powerful rendition of Android. What is it really, to hold something like the Meizu MX in your hands? Is it the perfect convergence of all the good things? Find out […]

January 11, 2013

Pixel Density: Feature or Gimmick?

Today we look into an aspect of a device’s screen which has been building up to be quite a trend as of late – the Pixel Density. Our goal is to shed some light on some of the common misconception that people have about it and hopefully answer this question along the way: At what […]

January 04, 2013

Fujifilm FinePix X-E1 Review

Two months have passed since Fujifilm Philippines launched their X-series portfolio locally. Among the cameras that were unveiled during the launch was the successor of their flagship mirrorless interchangeable camera X-Pro1, the FinePix X-E1. Find out if the new kid in town is worthy enough to carry the torch for the imaging company in our […]

December 22, 2012

YugaTech Great Gadget Giveaway 2012

Every end of the year since 3 years ago, we’d mount a huge giveaway to our readers here in YugaTech as well are our Twitter followers and Facebook Fans. This year is no exception and we’re giving away more than 30 gadgets and accessories.

November 08, 2012

Lenovo IdeaPhone S560 review

Lenovo Philippines was kind enough to send us three of their latest handset offerings. One of which is a 4-inch dual-core smartphone dubbed as the IdeaPhone S560. Check out our review of this dual-SIM Android handset after the break.

September 15, 2012

Sony RX100 unboxed, 20.2MP Carl Zeiss optics in the flesh

If you’re not familiar with Sony’s RX100 camera, then take this — small camera, big sensor. As in, 20-megapixel Carl Zeiss optics with sensor size of 1″. That’s at least twice the size of any other sensors in its class.

August 07, 2012

Online Guide: Relief Operations on Metro Manila Floods

It’s been raining the entire week but the last two days have been the heaviest. Majority of the areas in Metro Manila and nearby areas are flooded. Suspension of classes, work and gov’t offices have been raised since this morning. We’ve collated all important online information you can refer to for efforts during situations like […]

July 18, 2012

Sony Vaio S Review

When Sony Philippines introduced their new line of laptops, they presented the Vaio S as the one which is well-balanced — light, portable and has long battery life, yet can be cranked up for more power when needed. Check out our full review of the Sony Vaio S after the break.

June 26, 2012

Why Nokia Lumia phones won’t get Windows Phone 8

Last week, we asked readers if they also think Nokia got the short hand of the deal when Microsoft announced Windows Phone 8, leaving all existing WP7 handsets cold with no promise of a WP8 update.

May 23, 2012

Asus X401 in the flesh, promises to be affordable

ASUS is set to launch their new and very affordable X-series laptop next week. We’re among the lucky few who got their hands on one of these before they launch it. We’ll let you in on a sneak-peek and our first impression of the 2012 RedDot design award winner after the break.

Results for: