TVs Are Getting Cheaper In Kenya, What Next For Consumers

In 2013 if you told me that in 3 years that I would buy a 40 inch smart TV for only Ksh30,000 I would think you have a loose nut somewhere but that is the reality now. LED TVs are becoming slimmer and much cheaper as time goes by. Plasma TVs have dissapeared almost completely … Continue reading TVs Are Getting Cheaper In Kenya, What Next For Consumers

Do’s, Dont’s And Info About The TV USB port

Why do TV manufacturers make very beautiful and amazing products and then hide the USB port at the back? Its not like the USB stick is a permanent thing like a HDMI or RCA port that you only disconnect very few times in a whole year. With a USB flash drive you constantly load music … Continue reading Do’s, Dont’s And Info About The TV USB port

A TV That Continues Working After A Blackout

What if your Television would continue working after a blackout or power outage. But nothing like an external power backup or UPS is connected to it. Thats the story of an LG TV that continues to work even after you unplug it from the socket outlet. The TV model is 32LS3800. To learn more about … Continue reading A TV That Continues Working After A Blackout

Finlux TV Brand Enters The Kenyan Market Through Jumia

The third largest TV manufacturer in the world and the largest in Europe – Vestel’s – Finlux TV brand has entered the Kenyan market through online retail platform Jumia. Renowned for its cutting edge and innovative technology Finlux, one of the first electronic brands to be sold predominantly online and on its own dedicated e-commerce … Continue reading Finlux TV Brand Enters The Kenyan Market Through Jumia

Are We Ready For Kenyan Pay Per View Events?

Ever heard of the term Pay per view event? What bout a Kenyan Pay Per View event? If No then continue reading. Ever since Kenya migrated to the digital platform, we have seen a lot of benefits the major ones being clearer picture quality and increased number of channels. But the biggest beneficiaries of the … Continue reading Are We Ready For Kenyan Pay Per View Events?

Zuku Introduces Ksh399 Smart Pack TV Bouquet

Zuku satellite TV services now has a new bouquet with 27 TV and 51 Radio stations. The new bouquet only available on satellite only is Ksh600 cheaper than the the previous cheapest Classic bouquet of Ksh999 with 68 TV and 51 radio stations. Is this move meant to compete with Startimes Kenya whose cheapest bouquet … Continue reading Zuku Introduces Ksh399 Smart Pack TV Bouquet

5 Common Smart TV Misconceptions

Smart TVs are in simple terms, Televisions that can connect to the internet.  Other industry experts may use the term internet ready TV while others may describe it as a TV 2.0. Smart TVs are catching up but not quickly like one vendor in Nairobi told me recently. “The few customers that can afford Smart Televisions … Continue reading 5 Common Smart TV Misconceptions

Startimes Projector TV, what you need to know

Late last year Startimes Kenya launched the Startimes projector TV into the Kenyan Market. The Startimes projector TV is basically a set top box incorporated into a projector. Its a very cool product with many features as we will see in a while. Someone had asked me on Facebook to do a post on projectors … Continue reading Startimes Projector TV, what you need to know

Miracast – Easily mirror smartphone to Smart TV

It’s officially the smart phone era so why should your TV still be analogue (or Digital Only)? Have you ever watched a YouTube video on your smartphone and wished that you could view the same on your TV? Welcome to Miracast an application that utilises WiFi to mirror your smartphone screen to the TV. Its … Continue reading Miracast – Easily mirror smartphone to Smart TV

5 cool ways of enjoying HDTV in Kenya

Since Kenya migrated to the digital platform last year, I thought by now a good portion of  the channels would be broadcasting in High Definition format. But thats not the case even for our neighbours in Uganda and Tanzania. Most peeps who have discovered the true capabilities of HD Televisions only watch local channels for … Continue reading 5 cool ways of enjoying HDTV in Kenya