New SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0

New SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Flash Drive Offers Exceptionally High Performance


SanDisk announced the release of the high-speed SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Flash Drive that delivers exceptional performance in a tiny form factor, while providing expanded storage for PCs and other devices.

Media enthusiasts can now transfer a full-length movie in 40 seconds1, enjoy transfer speeds up to ten times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives2 and be confident the streamlined USB will offer reliable storage in minimal space.


“As a leader in the flash storage space, our goal has always been to deliver the best, most reliable products,” said Candy Gao, Country Manager, Hong Kong and Philippines, SanDisk. “While there are other USB 3.0 products on the market, SanDisk’s Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Flash Drive offers consumers superior performance and impressive capacity in an extremely compact design.”


The SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Flash Drive builds upon the success of the extremely popular Cruzer Fit USB flash drive, a strong player in the “plug and stay” category – using a low-profile, compact 2.0 USB solution to expand a device’s storage capacity. The SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 will offer an updated, modern design, as well as impressive increased performance to move media quickly between devices. It’s an ideal companion for notebooks, tablets, TVs, gaming consoles, car audio systems, and more.

The 64GB and 32GB versions offer write speeds up to 10 times faster than standard USB 2.0 drives, while the 16GB version offers up to 5 times faster write speeds than standard USB 2.0 drives. All capacities provide up to 130MB/s read2speeds, feature SanDisk SecureAccess software to keep private files safe with password protection and 128-bit encryption, and include a year’s subscription to RescuePRO® software4 to recover lost or corrupted files.

Pricing and Availability
The SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.0 Flash Drive is now available in SanDisk’s network of authorized distributors and resellers in 16GB for Php 699, 32GB for Php 1,299 and 64GB Php 2,639 capacities.







Sandisk is one brand that I can recommend for your immediate data backup, or for your photo shoot memory needs.

Sandisk is one of the leading brand that look first for my data storage or memory card for my dslr, smart phone and quick usb data storage.


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Cherry Mobile Cosmos One

Cherry Mobile Cosmos One, Limited Edition Octa-Core Phablet, will Only be available on August 30

Cosmos One

Sweet Anniversary! Cherry Mobile is celebrating their 5th year anniversary and what better way to share their success is to release a limited edition Octa-core smartphone the Cosmos One. It’s a 5.5-inch Phablet with Kitkat out of the box.

The Cosmos One is a limited Edition Octa-core phone, it will only be available on August 30, 2014 in select stores nationwide for only Php 6,999!

Some of the features highlighted of the Cosmos One are Smart Wake, anti-thief security, Audio enhancer for earphones and wireless printing capability.

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Cherry Mobile will only sell this on their selected stores and kiosk nationwide for one day but they haven’t revealed the list.



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Few years back when Cherry mobile came out to the market I said to myself that it’s one of the generic mobile phone here in the Philippines, just like in other Asian countries nearby they came out with local mobile phones to reach out class D & E. Coz communication is very important in some Asian countries and landlines are for Businesses, Government Agencies, & class A & B.
But now Cherry mobile are picking up in the market, even Class A & B are also using these kind of mobile phone for personal use, Why? coz Cherry Mobile can commit to the people with their latest technology.
Let’s Patronize our own local products to boost our economy, create more jobs and help the our own filipino people to be more competitive.


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Serious DJ simplicity.

Omni Control contains everything you need to plug into any sound system and perform. This high-quality, heavyweight, rugged DJ device is not only a hardware controller for performing with the included Native Instruments Traktor LE and MixMeister Fusion Live software; it also houses a professional digital-audio interface to feed your headphones and the sound system.

This complete professional computer-DJ package consists of a hardware controller with built-in audio interface and two software titles: Native Instruments Traktor LE and MixMeister Fusion Live. Firm, reliable knobs, faders, and buttons are high quality, delivering solid and precision performance. An extremely clean, built-in 24-bit professional high-quality computer audio interface feeds pristine audio signal to two stereo outputs and your headphones. Ultra–low latency 44.1kHz and 88.2kHz audio ASIO drivers deliver solid sound. You can even plug in a microphone and talk over your mix.

Omni Control comes with Native Instruments Traktor LE software, which is based on Traktor Pro. It gives you four optional layouts, including cover art. You will enjoy new Beatgrid Editing and saving with locked sync for precise performance. New in Traktor LE is manual looping and selectable loop length for flexible loop integration. Additionally, Traktor LE gives you a choice of effects per deck including filter, delay, reverb and flanger. Omni Control comes factory mapped for use with Traktor Pro or LE for out-of-the-box performance. It’s compatible with Mac and PC, and works with nearly any audio format. MixMeister Fusion Live is the DJ software for performers who want to perfect the production of their performances. Because Omni Control supports MIDI over USB, it is the ultimate choice for controlling your favorite MIDI-mappable software.

Omni Control has a heavyweight, sturdy feel thanks to its high-quality controls and rugged metal housing. It’ll stay in place even when your fast-scratch technique gets aggressive. Carry less and do more with Omni Control.

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Complete professional computer-DJ package Hardware controller with built-in audio outputs (dual stereo RCA) Mapped for TRAKTOR PRO Heavyweight, sturdy feel in a steel housing Extremely clean, high-quality sound card Firm, reliable knobs, faders, and buttons Supports MIDI over USB INCLUDES OMNI CONTROL Control Surface Traktor LE Software CD MixMeister Fusion Live Software CD USB Cable Quickstart Guide – See more at:


Inputs Mic:

1/4″ TS


Outputs Master:

RCA stereo pair Cue: RCA stereo pair +2dBU Headphones: 1/4″ TRS Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 97dB (max output; JIS-A Weighted) Frequency Response: ±1dB (20Hz – 20kHz)


Physical Weight:

7 lbs. Dimensions: 12.5″ (W) x 10 5/8″ (D) x 2.5″ (H) –

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Windows Windows 7

(32-bit or 64-bit) Windows Vista (SP1, 32-bit or 64-bit) XP (SP3, 32-bit or 64-bit) Pentium IV or Athlon 1.4 GHz or higher or higher 1 GB RAM or higher Available USB 2.0 port for both Master and Cue output support or an available USB 1.1 port for Master output support only


OSX 10.5/10.6 Intel Core Duo processor or higher 1 GB RAM or higher Available USB 2.0 port for both Master and Cue output support Available USB 1.1 port for Master output support only

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Fit to my personality, Always on the go. I love mixing music as a hobby not as a pro.

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Virtual DJ

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Atomix Productions’ Virtual DJ Free not only mixes and mashes beats from a classic two-deck console, but also it serves as audio central for your system since it also records audio and video, burns discs, and even broadcasts online using a radio server or your own PC as a client-limited server. A survivor, Virtual DJ has been making music for millions of users for more than a decade. The latest version adds new controllers and full compatibility with Windows 8 multitouch surfaces. And it’s still free.


Like similar tools, Virtual DJ takes its functional and style cues from the traditional pro DJ console, with the side-by-side, turntable-style scratch pads surrounded by duplicate control sets. You can change its skin from the Config. button on the top edge. The lower half of Virtual DJ’s interface is tabbed for those features you need the most: Browser, Sampler, Effects, and Record; each with a submenu accessing main features. For instance, under Record, we could Record Audio, Burn CD, Broadcast, and Record Video. The Sampler has 12 tracks with large, easy-to-see sliders and Play and Rec buttons, while the Effects tab offers both Sound and Video Effects as well as Video Transitions. We started with the Browser, which is anchored by a specialized, music-oriented tree view in the left sidebar. We dragged some MP3s into the right and left decks. Virtual DJ showed each song’s spectral energy in a small graph in each deck and in a larger graph along the top displaying sampled selections. Virtual DJ automatically integrated our selection into the main spectral view (which can be grabbed, dragged, and altered) and loaded it on the scratch pad. A cool touch: Virtual DJ illuminates and aligns sampled tracks on the pad’s rim, just as if they’d been the grooves on vinyl records.

The only beef we could muster over Virtual DJ is actually common to all such programs, and they inherited it from the real deal: The need to cram two full sets of as many highly-visible controls as will fit into an ergonomically useful space. Even there, Virtual DJ Free has them beat.


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Digital Influencers Marketing Summit 2014

A Lagueno as speaker at Digital Influencers Marketing Summit this September 2014 at SMX Aside from being a Marketing & Branding Head under Elabram Systems Group, Business Development and Marketing Consultant to different multi -national companies in the Philippines, Columnist under 3 Regional Newspapers, Contributor in a National Newspaper and now a broadcaster under DZME 1530 KHZ Radyo Uno, Engr. Grace Bondad Nicolas is also an online writer which her blog Empowered Grace was the finalist under two categories under The Philippine Blog Awards. On September 13, 2014 at SMX Convention Center, Mall Of Asia in Pasay City, Philippines.


Grace originally from Calauan, Laguna will be speaking in front of more than 500 Marketers, Bloggers, and Entrepreneurs who believes that the way to go today is through Online. Grace is also the founder of Laguna Blogging Summit and on its 3rd year this 2014. According to the E Commerce Guru of the Philippines Ms. Janette Toral, “Bloggers who step up and speak their minds are few and rare. They will not be able to please everyone. But will definitely find a niche where their skills suit best. In my observation, Grace Nicolas is one of those who take risks to get their message and advocacy across. Furthermore, using her influence to make a difference. I invited Grace Nicolas to share her insight on “bloggers as digital influencers” at the Digital Influencers Marketing Summit (September 13, SMX MOA).” To know more about the summit and to register;

Digital Influencers Marketing Summit 2014 #dimsummit – Digital Influencer Boot Camp by Janette Toral




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New USB Cable Has Been Finalized

Some months ago, Techbeat (among other sources) reported that a new USB cable was being designed and would be finalized soon. Well, it turns out that that USB cable, dubbed USB Type-C, has now been finalized. It seems many people in the past had had trouble plugging in the cables and trying to figure out which way to turn them so they’d fit properly into their computer port(s).

That will no longer be a problem, as the USB Type-C cables are completely reversible, much like the current Lightning cables which Apple uses. They’ll be close to the size of current micro-USB chargers, and will transfer data at 10 gigabits a second. While this sounds like great news (and it is great news), it also comes with a pretty big problem.

New USB Cable Has Been Finalized

While this upgrade is no doubt a step forward in the right direction, it also means that there’s a heck of a lot of devices in the world right now where the USB Type-C will not work with their current USB ports. That means either some kind of adapter will have to be made or everyone will eventually have to purchase new equipment, which I guess is inevitable anyway. Either way, while many will be excited about this change, I sense many will also be incredibly frustrated at the same time.

There’s no exact date as to when to expect the new USB cable/port to be standard, but it can’t be too far into the future.

What do you think? Is this a good or a bad idea? Let us know your thoughts regarding this story in the comments section below!






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