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

The ADN Decoder, What We Know So Far

On 1st Dec I stumbled on the ADN decoder banner in Nairobi and I posted on the photo on social media here Twitter and Facebook. (Make sure you follow or like after checking the photo out). Finally it was the new ADN decoder. “How much is it and what specifications does it have?” were questions that ran through … Continue reading The ADN Decoder, What We Know So Far

Skylife HD Set Top Box (2 Years Warranty) Review

I’m not new to the Skylife decoder because I have recommended it many times to guys who have a particular problem that I will explain towards the end of this post. So lets get started What is Skylife? Skylife is the latest digital terrestrial receiver brand to enter the Kenyan market. The brand Skylife has … Continue reading Skylife HD Set Top Box (2 Years Warranty) Review

Amos 5 satellite @ 17 degrees East Mysteriously Vanishes

On November 21st it is believed that Amos satellite vanished from the sky and has yet to be traced.  “Services on AMOS-5 are currently unavailable” is what the Amos 5 spacecom website says. Satellite fleet operator Spacecom of Israel on Nov. 22 said its Amos-5 telecommunications satellite had abruptly ceased functioning and that attempts to restore … Continue reading Amos 5 satellite @ 17 degrees East Mysteriously Vanishes

How to know if an LG TV is fake or real

We live in a world full of very good electronic products from years of Research and Development (RnD) from successful companies and those that want a ride using a brand name to make millions. In Kenya fake TVs are sold at every corner. How they entered the country only the Kenya Ports authority can tell … Continue reading How to know if an LG TV is fake or real

How smart and stupid people break their expensive TVs

Being around TVs for a very long time and being able to repair them, I have encountered how Kenyans in particular break their expensive LED and Plasma Televisions. Some of the stories I’ve heard are just very funny as others are shockingly unexpected.  LCD modules usually cost around 95% the cost of the TV. In … Continue reading How smart and stupid people break their expensive TVs

Performance check on LG satellite enabled TVs

LG Electronics East Africa in 2013 introduced into the Kenyan Market Digital integrated Televisions to help with the digital migration. The Televisions were 32LN540U which retailed for Ksh50,100 42LN540V which retailed for Ksh81,700 and 50LN540V which was even more expensive retailing at 175,600 The first two digits in the model number indicate the size of … Continue reading Performance check on LG satellite enabled TVs

HDTVs can show very crappy pictures too

I like this Facebook post my friend did the other day about High Definition Televisions. Its somehow funny and very educative. DON’T get it Twisted! I don’t know what some people expect when they acquire themselves a High Definition (HD) or the latest UltraHD LED Tv! These TV’S can give you pictures of amazing clarity. … Continue reading HDTVs can show very crappy pictures too

Imported TV showing Black and White Pictures, Solution for Kenyans

lets get right into the solution. You imported a TV from overseas most likely from America, Canada, Mexico or Panama and after plugging it in, it works perfectly apart from the Black and White pictures. You have pressed all manner of buttons on that remote control and done a factory reset like a dozen times. … Continue reading Imported TV showing Black and White Pictures, Solution for Kenyans

PAL to NTSC converter for Televisions not for the Kenyan Market

Have you received or bought a TV from abroad only to discover that the colour mixing is not working for normal TV reception as well as DVD Players, Decoders or Home Theaters. In fact the picture will be in Black and White.  Most of such TVs usually come from the USA, some European countries and countries … Continue reading PAL to NTSC converter for Televisions not for the Kenyan Market