Orange San Francisco/ZTE Blade, Available in Kenya at Orange Retail stores

Orange San Francisco/ZTE Blade has emerged as one of the best selling Android devices in Kenya courtesy of Orange Telkom Kenya. The smart phone is said to have benefited greatly from a low price...

Epson Introduces L355 and L550 Printers with iPrint and E-mail Functionality

Epson L355 and L550 printers that allow users - print documents directly from their mobile devices are now locally available. In part of the company’s strategy to expand its mobile and cloud computing services...

Samsung RV510 Laptop Available in Kenya at Safaricom Retail Stores

Described as a budget friendly laptop with just enough hard drive capacity for every day’s activities and an ergonomic keyboard ensuring maximum comfort while typing; Samsung RV510 is now available in Kenya at Safaricom...

Samsung Galaxy Star Pro S7260/S7262 Dual Sim Phone Review

The Galaxy Star S7262 Duos isn’t here to replace Samsung’s flagship offering – the S4; it has basic specs you’d expect in a mid-range android device from top-to-toe. There’s nothing fancy or spectacular on...

HTC Desire 310 Priced at Ksh 23,000 in Kenya, Here is Our Review

The HTC desire 310 was unveiled as a budget smartphone, but barely received any attention compared to its much pricier and premium sibling the HTC One (M8). However, that doesn’t mean it’s got total...

Mi-Fone Sawa Touch (Mi-A400) Dual-Sim Android Phone Review

You’ll less likely hear smart phone veterans out there talk about Mi-fone, let alone have a device with such a name, but their latest Mi-A400 device is a big contender if specs are anything...

Tecno N3 Android Smart Phone

You’d be mistaken to think I have any preference for Tecno products, it’s not a household name like South Korean rivals and its association with China products doesn’t help either; personally, I haven’t touched...

Alcatel One Touch T’Pop Priced at Ksh6000 by Major Carriers in Kenya

Budget android smart phone’s segment is well catered for, you’d say; but that doesn’t mean operators can’t stretch further their offerings to stand a chance in the pages of movers. I’d say Safaricom and...

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