First seen on their official appearance during this year’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES), JBL will also be letting loose the first three products hailing from the Club roster- Club One, Club 950NC, and Club 700BT. The Club line will headline with high res graphene drivers, true adaptive noise cancellation (ANC), the SilentNow function, Harman’s Personi-Fi feature, and a 1.2m audio and mic cable.
Realme’s end goal is to produce an ecosystem of smart products strewn together by the Realme Link app.
PC maker Lenovo Philippines is aiming to meet the booming demand for remote work with three new additions to the ThinkPad portfolio – the ThinkPad T14, X13, and E14. All three devices will be powered by AMD’s “Zen” microarchitecture Ryzen processors.
Compared to its predecessor, the Narzo 20 features an upgraded chipset, a larger battery capacity, and new paint jobs.
If you’re not very particular and are just looking for a cheap solution to have a TV at home, with both HDMI and USB, the Mass 32-inch TV is ideal.
With the new Tecno Pova priced at P6,999, users will have access to a large 6000mAh battery with flash charge, a highly customizable Android 10 OS skin, a wide 6.8” display, and the Helio G80 gaming powerhouse.
Lenovo Mobile and Motorola pulled out from the local market in 2017. Now, with strong efforts being poured to its online store counterparts paired with aggressively priced midrange and budget smartphones, Motorola is drawing its sword in the 5G handset free-for-all.
The device introduces the 5G network DNA to the Reno series, and is the brand’s first mid-premium offering that is 5G-capable in the country.