They look like they could help us embark on our own odyssey… like right now. Even better? They’re already up for purchase in the Philippines.
Sony has just announced the official pricing and availability details for its much-awaited next-gen console at its PS5 Showcase event, setting up a showdown with Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S this holiday season.
We had to wait a while for this, but finally, Xiaomi Philippines’ latest catalog is already available.
From starting out with a dream to “make the world’s best phones, priced half so that everyone can afford them” to becoming a Fortune Global 500 company.
Lenovo has just launched its VIP service for owners of Legion products in the Philippines, including laptops and tower PCs. Those who are eligible to join The Empire will be granted access to Legion merchandise and VIP entry to future events and will get up-to-date news and information about the brand.
After revealing the hotly anticipated console in full, alongside the games it will launch with when it arrives in stores this holiday 2020, Sony is expected to announce the price of the PlayStation 5 today or sometime this week.
Sony just revealed its next-gen PlayStation 5 console as the climax to an hour’s worth of visually stunning game announcements. And just like Microsoft’s upcoming Xbox Series X, the PS5 is headed to stores this holiday season.
Razer announced a new mobile gaming controller for smartphones at CES 2020, and it looks a lot like the Razer Junglecat controller it launched late last year. And, yes, a reference can be made to the Nintendo Switch‘s Joycon controllers as well.
Dell’s Alienware brand has made a name for itself as one of the biggest names in portable gaming PCs, but the Alienware Concept UFO prototype is easily its handiest yet.
Seven years after the launch of the first Xbox One, Microsoft gave the public the first official sneak peek at the next-generation console, the Xbox Series X, at The Game Awards. Previously known by its codename Scarlett, we learn about what we can expect from the upcoming console and the lack of pricing. We won’t keep you waiting any longer; let’s dive in.
The new — and hotly anticipated — Nintendo Switch Lite is now available in the Philippines at DataBlitz, in time of the holiday season and the handheld console’s global retail launch.
The Nintendo Switch Lite is launching September 20 worldwide — just in time for the holiday-shopping season. The new handheld console, which, as the name suggests, is not meant to be the successor to the current Switch, will also be available in the Philippines this month.
Remember the upgraded version of the Nintendo Switch that we wrote about sometime ago? The one that’s pretty much the same as the Switch you might already own, except the new Switch offers better battery life than the original 2016 model?
Nintendo is not done yet. After announcing new, cheaper hardware in the Nintendo Switch Lite last week, the company will release an upgraded Switch soon.
A Nintendo Switch that doesn’t, well, switch has been made official by Nintendo — and somewhat out of nowhere.
The ASUS ROG Phone, currently the best-performing Android device in Antutu, is finally official in the Philippines. And just as we expected, the base model with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is priced at P49,995 (around $936) while the version with a whopping 512GB of memory is retailing at P61,995 ($1,160).
Here’s a PS4 that we think is worth adding to your collection. The Sony PlayStation 4 Pro 2TB 500 Million Limited Edition Console has already arrived on Philippine shores. As you know, only 50,000 units are going to be available worldwide.
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