Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Transcend to Raise Awareness on Road Safety with 'Sticker, Selfie and Join' Contest at 2019 Manila International Auto Show

Transcend Information Inc., a leading manufacturer of storage and multimedia products, is set to participate in the 2019 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), which runs from 4 to 7 April at the World Trade Center Metro Manila.
Now in its 15th year, the MIAS is recognized as the most anticipated motoring and driving event in the Phillipines, showcasing not only the most dynamic and extensive automotive display, but also organizing the most thrilling automotive events that attract both auto enthusiasts and industry professionals.

During the event, Transcend will announce two new dashcam models: the DrivePro 110 and DrivePro 230 with a myriad of advanced safety features and 32GB of storage for long-distance recording of up to four hours and 30 minutes. Unlike other dashcam brands, all Transcend dashcam models are bundled with 100% tested high-quality microSD memory card for added peace of mind.

In addition, Transcend is raising awareness on the use of dashcams for road safety with a fun 'Sticker, Selfie and Join' contest, where participants will collect complimentary Transcend car stickers from the Transcend / Blade booth, apply the car sticker to the back of their car, snap a selfie with the car sticker in view, and post it to social media for a chance of winning a Transcend DrivePro 550 dual-lens dashcam.
There will also be a 2019 MIAS-exclusive promotion, where visitors will receive a Blade GC P200 for free with every purchase of Transcend dashcam, while stocks last. Some of the exciting freebies that await visitors at the Transcend / Blade booth include free Transcend umbrellas, polo shirts, and more.

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Sunday, March 31, 2019

Boost the sound of summer with Sony Extra Bass It Girl, Gabbi Garcia

(Manila, Philippines) – What’s a good summer holiday idea? Nothing beats the basics – beach party with good music, great company, and enjoying the summer sun while flaunting that sun kissed skin only with the best crew. Now, it's time to give your usuals an upgrade by making new memories as you take your adventures a notch higher.
Party by the beach? Then why not in it! Sony’s EXTRA BASS portable speakers (SRS-XB41, SRS-XB31, SRS-XB21) are rated IP67, which means these powerful devices are designed to endure sand, dust, and water. One less thing to worry about when hosting parties by the beach – no amount of water, either salt or fresh, or even bad weather can stop your party from happening.

Watch how the Sony EXTRA BASS It Girl, Gabbi Garcia, elevates her summer parties with the Sony EXTRA BASS.

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While for summer nights when you feel like slowing down, the Sony EXTRA BASS MDR-XB650BT wireless headphones can keep you company. Ready to change up your usual routine of having all-nighters? Then time to switch it up to a night of relaxation at the hotel spa, having some me-time lounging by the beach, or maybe staying in-doors to read your favorite book.

However you want to loosen-up, the Sony EXTRA BASS MDR-XB650BT is the perfect partner for your downtime.

Sony Extra Bass allows you to shift from one mood to the next with ease. Come high or come low, you can just change from speakers to headphones knowing the music quality stays the same.

Gabbi Garcia considers herself an island girl in the city. "I’m very spontaneous with what I listen to. I can be into chill, beach music one minute, then rocking to Pop Rock songs, to listening to smooth RnB the next. I think most people in my generation share this same energy dynamic. Sound quality is very important to us, as well as the portability of our gears. I also want to point out that the personality of the colors it gives suit my mood and are very OOTD-wearable too.” she shares.

Take the party anytime and anywhere with Sony Extra Bass that are available in bright-colored headphones and speakers that would surely bring out the best of your summer.

All the products featured are available in all Sony Centers and authorized Sony dealers.


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Friday, March 29, 2019

Android Q Adds Support for AV1 Video Format

Google recently released the first beta of Android Q, the new version of its mobile operating system. The beta introduces many new improvements to Android, as well as marked the debut of support for the AV1 video format on the platform.


Currently the beta of Android Q is available only to Pixel users via the Android Beta for Pixel program. Any user with a Pixel device can sign up for the program however, and try out the new features in Android Q.

The introduction of AV1 support to Android was not unexpected, as Google has already started to introduce support for AV1 in Chrome and is testing AV1 videos on YouTube. Being one of the founding members of the Alliance of Open Media that developed the AV1 format, it has a vested interest in its success.

The AV1 support that will be available on Android Q will allow AV1 videos to be played and streamed. However, it will have to rely solely on software decoding initially, as hardware support for the AV1 format is not expected to start to be available in consumer devices till 2020.

With AV1 support rolling out to Android devices soon, the range of devices that are capable of viewing the format will expand significantly. Already AV1 support is available on browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Opera, and on Windows 10 via its AV1 Video Extension.

It is unknown if or when iOS and Safari will introduce support for AV1, though it is expected that they will eventually do so seeing as Apple is one of the founding members of AOMedia as well.

Although decoders are more widely available, encoders are still limited to a handful of options such as Intel’s SVT-AV1. It will be some time before AV1 conversion is possible for average users. However, now it is possible to convert MOV to MP4 easily using Movavi Video Converter.

Aside from its AV1 support, the Android Q beta contains numerous other features and improvements. It will support foldable screens and give developers control over how their apps behave when screens are folded, expanded, or inactive.

Another key improvement in Android Q is the usage of Dynamic Depth data. Prior to this the depth data used in the portrait mode of Android phones was discarded after the photo was rendered, but in Android Q it will be retained and used to create 3D images or AR photography.

Some of the other highlights from the Android Q beta include HDR10+ support, speed improvements, security and privacy protection, more location options, improvements to the Vulkan graphics engine, and more.

Users who don’t own a Pixel device can try out a test of Android Q via the Android Emulator. It is expected that there will still be many issues to hammer out seeing as the current beta is the first developer beta, and there is no announcement yet as to when it will be released.

Further details may be revealed at the upcoming Google I/O conference in May.


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Monday, March 25, 2019

Transcend Introduces the new High Endurance microSDXC 350V

Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), announces its High Endurance microSDXC 350V memory cards that stand the test of time. Aimed at the dashcam, security camera, and surveillance system markets, Transcend's High Endurance microSDXC 350V memory cards are designed to meet the demands of write-intensive applications. To ensure the utmost level of reliability, the High Endurance microSDXC 350V memory cards undergo extensive testing under harsh conditions to be verified waterproof, temperature resistant, static proof, X-ray proof, and shock resistant.

For high endurance applications
Dashboard cameras and security cameras require stable recording performance over long periods of time; it is this that ensures critical moments are captured. Transcend's High Endurance microSDXC 350V memory cards offer great Terabytes Written (TBW) values of up to 170 TB, indicating the total amount of data you can write into the card over its lifetime.

Exceptional stability and reliability
Transcend's microSDXC 350V memory cards offer reliable performance, making them well-suited to write-intensive applications, and ensuring evidence is clearly recorded in Full HD without dropped frames.

Up to 128GB capacity
Transcend's microSDXC 350V memory cards come in up to 128GB capacity, plenty of space for thousands of snapshots and hours of Full HD videos to be recorded, meaning you can stop worrying about running out of storage space.

Durable design for extremes
To deliver the best performance and stability, Transcend's microSD memory cards are tested to withstand extreme conditions. They are temperature resistant, waterproof, shock proof, X-ray proof, and static proof.

RecoveRx Software
Transcend's exclusive RecoveRx software is a free data recovery utility that features a user-friendly interface that allows users to search deep within a storage device for traces of erased photos, documents, music and videos that can be rescued. Moreover, RecoveRx can also write-protect memory cards to prevent accidental data loss.

The microSDXC 350V is available in 64GB and 128GB capacities, and are covered by Transcend’s Two-year Limited Warranty.

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