When it comes to graphics cards, you have entry-level, mid-level and enthusiast-level options. Then you have ROG-level. Having built a reputation for extreme high-end performance with the original MARS, MARS II, and MARS III cards, ASUS' ROG series returns with the ROG ARES II Radeon HD 7990 which is definitely in a class of its own. The dual-GPU card utilizes two Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition GPUs overclocked from 1050MHz to 1100MHz, with memory speeds bumped up from 6000MHz to 6600MHz DDR, and costs twice as much as its nearest competitor, Powercolor's Devil 13 Radeon HD 7990, which also uses dual Radeon HD 7970 GPUs - albeit non-GHz edition ones - but can be had for PhP 45,000.
After nine long years, the Japan’s Audio-Technica has released the ATH-A500X as an upgrade to its ATH-A500. Being monitor headphones specializing in mixing and making music, let’s take a look at what these hi-fi ear cups bring to the table.
What makes up the entirety of its body is plastic covered in matte black finish. Included on the headphones is the signature 3D Wing Support that is seen on the ART series of headphones which adjust to rest on the head comfortably for added support.
The cups offer an added amount of free space from the ears once worn, therefore
Smart held a Q&A session earlier today regarding their LTE roll-out for the iPhone 5. They answered questions regarding the unli plans, data caps, additional charges, area of coverages, subscriptions and SIM provisioning.
What’s free and what’s not?
At the moment, Smart is providing free access to their LTE network to all postpaid subscribers under iPhone
The reports turned out to be true as Apple has just announced the 128GB variant of the iPad 4 – the largest internal storage for an iPad yet.
There’s nothing much to talk about in terms of hardware as the 128GB model of the iPad 4 sports the same specs as the 16, 32, and 64GB units currently out. However, you do get a massive amount of storage and will cost you $799 for the WiFi only model. If you want
Apple has recently released the latest iteration of iOS and has started rolling out the update to supported devices. (iPod Touch 4th Gen and later, iPhone 3GS and later, iPad 2nd Gen and later). The headline of the story, however, is the inclusion of Philippines in the list of countries with LTE support.
The two major telcos that were granted with such privilege are Smart and Globe. With this in place, here are the things that we can expect from both of these companies following the iOS 6.1 roll-out.
Remember SmartNet? Smart’s mobile app that allows you to somehow gain free but limited access to Facebook and Twitter via the SmartNet network simply by having a peso load on your account. It was launched last year as a built-in app to some of Smart’s handset offerings and eventually made its way to Google Play.
Now Smart has announced an improved SmartNet which now grants you free access to Yahoo! Services namely Yahoo! Search, Yahoo! Mail, and Yahoo! OMG. No Yahoo! Messenger as that will overshadow one of SmartNet’s