Archive for October 28, 2011

Looking for a branded, trendy and techie mobile phone in an affordable price? Your long wait is over as Lenovo Mobile Communications Technology Ltd., China’s leading mobile phone manufacturer, is offering Lenovo mobile phones through Open Communications Inc. and it has more than 2,000 retail outlets nationwide.

“We at Open Communications, Inc. are honored to be chosen by Lenovo to distribute its mobile phones in the Philippines,” said business unit head Hyacinth Serrano, adding “We will help establish Lenovo as the top-of-mind brand in quality and affordability.”

Japanese compact car and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki Philippines, Inc. (SPH) rolls out another version of one of its most popular and fastest-selling compact car — the Suzuki Alto K10.

Perfect for people who are seeking power, performance and attitude in their car, the new Suzuki Alto K10 now comes packed with the K10B, 1.0 liter, DOHC 12-valve gasoline engine with direct ignition and timing chain, the same engine found in Suzuki’s well-accepted Celerio model.

Mr. Banseng Teh, Seagate’s Managing Director in Sales & Marketing in Asia Pacific & Japan, and Mr. Paolo Dy, Film and Commercial Director/Cinematographer

Seagate recently unveils the first mobile wireless storage battery powered external hard drive hailed as the GoFlex Satellite. Cutting edge technology that redefines mobile storage and the capacity of Wi-Fi enabled mobile devices.

This latest offering of Seagate included in the GoFlex family has a 500GB memory, Wi-Fi access over 802.11 b/g/n and a rechargeable battery. It allows users to have their media library on-the-go. They can store videos, music, pictures and documents in it and just simply put it in their pockets and access it through their Apple devices, android devices and smartphones.

A huge explosion on the ground, an asteroid landing on a planet or a volcanic activity will definitely leave a crater because of their tremendous impact. Figuratively, music lovers want their speaker to be like that. Luckily, Krator speakers has finally landed in the Philippines.

Derived from the word “impact crater” which means visible depressions left on the surface of planets and moons, Krator wants the same kind of vigorous impact and visible change on their products on the face of the consumer audio and gaming industry, Sales Manager Irene Chen discussed during the launching of Krator speakers.