The sheer number of gadgets on display and to be launched is one of the reasons why we think you should head out to CEL Manila come the weekend of November 13. Well, allow us to tease you some more. Here's a peek at some of the gadgets that will debut at the said event.
For the rest of us who do not have the vocal fortitude to make it to the big stage, singing on the bidyoke in front of families and friends is satisfying enough. And that’s exactly what the Singstand Karaoke Microphone Speaker System allows you to do.
It looks like an ordinary mic on a stand, but once you connect your iPod or any MP3 Player with a headphone jack to it, you’re ready to sing the night away. Do it with a friend even, as this unique karaoke system allows you to connect a second mic for double the fun. The Singstand has two built-in 4-inch speakers located on the base so you can avoid the hassle of having to connect it to an independent speaker system.
Genius Heeha 100
This portable game device includes 30 arcade games spanning a gamut of genres from racing to puzzle games. Playing any of those games is easy on the eyes thanks to its bright and colorful 2.5-inch LCD. It’s also as light as feather, weighing only just 115g, perfect your niece’s hobbit-like digits. What makes this better than a PSP or a DS, you ask? The price. The Genius Heeha is just P1390. Yeah, we can hear you nodding in agreement.
Want awesome body-shakin’ bass power without the budget-shattering price? Ozaki’s new line of audio systems might just be what you’re looking for. The Ozaki WR325, a 25-watt 2.2 Channel Dual Bass Audio System produces satisfying bass sounds, but is priced at just around P1,275.
Higher end variants include the WR450, priced at P1,995 with a 50-watt output, and the WR580 priced at 3,250 pesos with an 80-watt output. All of Ozaki’s subwoofers have a dual bass channel configuration, which allows for double the boom power, and enhanced bass definition. Pump up the volume, indeed.
WORDS BY: GELO GONZALES