Archive for the ‘Hardware’ Category

Review: Nexa Vega N4 Smartphone (Part 4 – Overall Impression) (2014-3-28)

So far in my review I have covered the unboxing of the Nexa Vega N4 Android Smartphone, Benchmarks as well as the dual SIM capability. In this post I will be covering the overall impression of the phone. If you want to check out the manufacturers website have a peek here. The flyer of the […]

Review: Nexa Vega N4 Smartphone (Part 3 – Benchmarks) (2014-3-27)

In my previous posts regarding the Nexa Vega N4 Smartphone I discussed its unboxing and dual sim capabilities.  This is the post where I discuss how it performs. The Nexa Vega N4 is stated as having a MediaTek MT6582 Processor. According to Wikipedia this is a 1.3Ghz Quad Core CPU with 32 KB L1 and 512 KB L2 cache. […]

Review: Nexa Vega N4 Smartphone (Part 2 – Using a Dual SIM Phone) (2014-3-26)

In my previous post I did the unboxing of the Nexa Vega N4 phone that I was able to demo to a few people at my office. This post is about the real reason why I wanted a phone like this…dual SIM functionality! If you are one of those people who have two phones, one […]

Review: Nexa Vega N4 Smartphone (Part 1 – Unboxing) (2014-3-25)

For a while now I have been toying with the idea of getting a Dual SIM Android phone. Now for those of you who don’t know what that means, it is basically having 1 phone with 2 SIM cards inside it. So you can have say your work phone SIM, as well as your private […]

Hardware: MicroServer Unboxing (2011-5-31)

There is nothing quite so cool as getting a gift and unwrapping it. Same applies to new hardware. Second only to the thrill of powering it on and using it for the first time is the actual unboxing of the item. Today I will show you how the HP Microserver is packaged and just how […]

Hardware: HP MicroServer Specs (2011-5-20)

The HP ProLiant MicroServer (as it is officially known) is an excellent “starter” or home server. The official website link can be found here.  To quote the site: You have multiple versions of files floating around the company and maintaining control of document versions is becoming a challenge – there is no central data storage. […]