Few people know this, but recently i was quite astounded to the fact that you can have a flat TV (22 inches) in half the price of the real top of the line electronic brand in the market today.
If you are familiar with CD-R-King, dubbed as the cheapest shop for all your computer needs (well, not really all) they have those stand alone router look-a-like they called TV box. Cheaply-priced at around 2,000 plus pesos.
The TV box has many features in it. A Taiwan manufactured tuner that has an outlet for your TV antenna or cable connection, plug-in for stereo, PS2 connector, VGA outlet to connect to a monitor and a remote control.
All you have to do is to connect it to your computer monitor, if you have a flat LCD monitor, the better, however if you don’t want to use your computer monitor—you can buy one for 4,000 pesos to 10,000 depending on your budget.
The internet is full of information that browsing them everyday seems like endless. It is like when you are thirsty; holding an empty glass in your hand and right there in front of you is a gush of an open fire hydrant. However, when it comes to shopping online there are few reliable sources and sites that can be trusted. Who would ever want their hard earned money disappear into oblivion when shopping online? Of course nobody wants that. Then came along ShopWiki.
The good thing with ShopWiki is it is like a big shopping place where different stores can be found inside. Recently our family needs an additional computer; the kids in their school requirements needs to finish almost every projects and papers all at the same time and you know how it is like when they breathe in the back of your neck demanding their turn to pound the keyboard.
I am thinking of buying a new printer for the kids because the printer I have right now is being used for my desktop publishing business and I don’t want to have any problem with my printer when I share it with the kid’s school work.
I’m always glad there’s ShopWiki online, a reliable hodgepodge and directory of online shopping networks. Best of all their information is sufficient enough for you to decide how to make the best out of your limited budget.
Book lovers around the world will find borders UK an exhilarating venue where they can find lots of awesome books for the taking. They have the latest and the greatest collection of books, text books, audio books, books about travelguides, magazine subscriptions, music, and gift cards as well as DVD collection of rare and classic films through time.
Ordering is a breeze as they don’t charge shipping fee on all orders above £15, which is good news to those who find their shopping basket full of books—as the site offers vast amount of titles from fiction to non-fiction paperbacks.
I have come across their book of the month titled Darwin’s Island by Steve Jones, another witty and illuminating book about the man and his works that until now pose controversy among the believers and the students alike. Border UK also have in it’s shelve a book version of Slum dog millionaire, the award winning movie now on book. Check out their borders jan 2009 collection and book of the month and their reviews of best selling paperbacks for details.
In this world of technological advances, where book reading are substituted by numerous innovation in life such as the internet and the movies—flipping papers through book reading remains steady in its quest for giving off entertaining and intelligent options for the people around the globe. And this pursuit to bring back the intelligent habit of book reading to the public is one of the noble deeds Border UK carry on its shoulders.