Western Digital Philippines recently rolled out their latest product, the WD Elements Play, a multimedia drive that stores one to two terabytes of consumers’ digital videos, photos and music for playback with up to Full-HD 1080p resolution capacity. The Western Digital Multimedia Drive is an all-in-one plug and play media player and hard drive that has the capability of running different file formats including ISO, VOB, H.264, MKV, .MOV and Real Media’s RMVB just to name a few. The multimedia drive can be attached directly to the user’s television via composite video connectors and HDMI connections for full HD resolution. Check out some of the features of the WD Elements Play after the jump.
Archive for September, 2010
Nokia is one of the most popular brand of phones being used here in the Philippines. It all started with the Nokia 5110 unit, the Nokia 3210, Nokia 3310 and the rest was history. Because of Nokia’s easy-to-use and user-friendly interface Filipinos immediately got hooked and admired the line of Nokia products being sold on the local market. According to statistics, the Philippines is still the texting capital of the world, which means more and more cellphones are being sold and used by Filipinos everyday in the entire country. And with the evolution of cellphones, mobile phone users in the Philippines are also evolving and becoming more tech-savvy when it comes to choosing the right hand set that fits their budget and lifestyle.
If you’re one of those mobile-tech-savvy users looking for a Nokia cellphone in the Philippines, then better check out the Nokia phone price list provided below.
If you’re looking for a full QWERTY phone that fits your lifestyle and budget then I suggest you buy the Nokia C3, the newest and cheapest full qwerty phone from Nokia. The Nokia C3 phone comes in 3 different and stylish colors: hot pink, slate gray and golden white. All variants of the C3 have metallic finish at the front and two-colored designs on the back portion. There is an aluminum battery cover in the middle and the rest is black plastic, including the sides.The design itself is pretty decent for a cheap qwerty phone; its glossy metallic finish makes it look expensive and stylish. Nokia C3′s screen measures 2.4 inches and has a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels with 262,144 color display. It has built-in music player and FM radio, and has a standard 3.5 mm headphone jack slot. The phone is WiFi and Bluetooth ready with GPRS/EDGE only and no 3G for mobile internet connectivity.
The Nokia C3 phone runs on Symbian S40 OS, still the most widespread mobile platfrom in the world. A cheap alternative for the Blackberry. The Finnish developers made sure that this phone would be an instant hit for the masses due to its social networking and emailing capabilities. One of the features that make this phone more interesting is called ‘Communities,’ wherein you can add your social networking accounts like Facebook and Twitter and post updates via your phones selected mobile internet network or Wifi. There’s also an @ feature that enables you to add your email accounts like Gmail, Yahoo!Mail, Hotmail, and Ovi and receive emails instantly when you’re online. Instant messaging is also available using GTalk, Yahoo Messenger, MSNLive, and Ovi.