Xiaomi Philippines has unveiled a bunch of new products for the Philippine market via its January-February 2020 product brochure.
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.
Not done holiday shopping for yourself or your loved ones yet? Here’s your chance to save on some Huawei devices, from budget blowers to flagships.
‘Tis the season for dipping into those bonuses and going on a shopping spree. Huawei Philippines hopes you spend your hard-earned money on its products. One of the best deals includes a P2,000 (around $39) price cut on the upcoming Huawei FreeBuds 3.
Apple finally faces head-on the criticism it has been receiving over the butterfly keyboard it introduced into the MacBook Pro line since 2015. The new 16-inch MacBook Pro series brings back the scissor key mechanism in place of the butterfly switches, the inverted-T arrow key arrangement, and a hardware Escape (Esc) key.
The Huawei MateBook 13 gets a performance boost with new models available for preorder in the Philippines.
The cheapest MacBook Air — priced at $999 ($around P51,639) — and the smallest, 12-inch MacBook Pro are now gone from Apple’s website. However, two models have replaced them.
As earlier reported, Xiaomi sub-brand Redmi has branched out to PC with the launch of its first laptop in the RedmiBook 14. The notebook was unveiled alongside the top-end Redmi K20 and Redmi K20 Pro smartphones and the Redmi 7A budget handset.
Huawei has finally entered a new category in the Philippines. Just as we had reported on March 29, the Huawei MateBook 13 was unveiled alongside the P30, P30 Pro, and P30 Lite earlier.
In June 2018, Huawei president for consumer business group Jim Xu told us at Revü that they will be offering their laptops in the Philippines by end of that year. That didn’t happen. Well, it looks like the plan is finally pushing through this 2019.