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.
We’re counting down the hours before CES 2019 — the first major tech event of the year — officially kicks off, although ASUS has already started the fireworks with its updated ASUS ZenBook S13 ultrabook.
It’s the season to go shopping — especially online. And as laptop deals in the Philippines go, it probably doesn’t get any better than Acer’s upcoming promotion at Shopee Philippines’ Big Christmas Sale on December 12.
Just as it did last month, Beyond the Box — an Apple premium and authorized reseller and service provider in the Philippines — is holding an open-box sale at its Century City Mall branch.
Huawei’s PC notebook line will be released in the Philippines this year. This includes the Huawei MateBook X Pro, which has earned high marks and reviews as a better Apple MacBook Pro alternative overseas. The new information was confirmed to Revü’s Alora Uy Guerrero by Huawei president for consumer business Jim Xu.
We get asked a lot about Xiaomi’s brick-and-mortar retail shops and service centers in the Philippines, so we’re publishing this to answer your questions.
Apple devices, as you know, are priced on the high side, and these prices tend to stick even years after release. That said, Apple sale events are typically among those that consumers watch for.
IAOMI did it again. It surprised us at the October 2016 launch of the Mi Note 2 with the unveiling of the Mi MIX. Almost a year later, it took us aback once again at the Mi MIX 2 and Mi Note 3 launch with the announcement of the Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro.
AMSUNG is aiming to give Apple’s iPad Pro a serious run for its money; hence, the release of the new Samsung Galaxy Book in the Philippines. It is priced at P44,990 (around $890) locally, which isn’t cheap, but neither is the hardware it is going up against. The 10.5-inch iPad Pro with 64GB of storage, and sans the accessories, sells …