If you are looking for a reasonably-priced small crossover, there are at least ten reasons to go Rogue. The Nissan Rogue is working hard to gain ground against heavy hitters like the best-selling Honda CR-V. In fact, it gained size, a more handsome exterior, and a better interior in its last update. Nissan is playing to its strengths with this vehicle, emphasizing comfort, versatility, technology, safety features, and fuel economy. If you aren’t in North America, you’ll know the Rogue by another name, the X-Trail. These similar crossovers offer most of the same features.
Drivetrains aren’t as popular a topic as engines. After all, you can compare engines just by looking at horsepower and torque output. Yet car buyers should think about the drivetrain before they set foot in a showroom.
The type of drivetrain that suits their needs may not suit the vehicle they plan to buy. If you walk into a dealership with all-wheel drive on your mind, they will be glad to sell you this expensive option. The question is: do you need it?
If you are considering buying a new television soon, then you are in good company. Televisions are considered a paramount to modern-day life, serving as one of a primary sources for daily entertainment, and thousands of millions of television purchases are made every year. Shopping for a new television can be cumbersome, indeed.
Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be. We’ll give you the main features to look at when shopping for a Ultra High Definition/ 4K T.V. set. Simply put, 4K UHD TV sets are the televisions of the future. The screens have about 4 thousand pixels (exactly (3840×2160 pixels or 8.29 megapixels, which is four times as many pixels as 1920×1080), which means that the images displayed are now crisper than ever. It is expected that with the price drop of a considerable number of models, more people will own such T.V.s and that they will become the golden standard for television sets.
Unlike the U.S. where prestigious motor shows are annual events, most European and Asian cities host their largest motor shows biannually. Still they are just as big in scope and excitement. Each has its roots in the auto industry that originated in that country, but all transcend their original purpose, displaying the best automotive products from around the globe. More than just cars, these shows are all about the latest technologies and the most cutting-edge designs, inside and out.
Whether you are just dreaming or you really have the cash on hand, the place to spot your dream car is one of the four major U.S. auto shows. You’ll need to book tickets for Detroit in January, Chicago in February, New York in April, or Los Angeles in November of every year.
These four auto shows compete with each other for the most premieres and, of course, prestige. Eye candy ranges from the wildest automotive ideas to the sexiest, most luxurious vehicles on the market. You’ll even find that the shows aren’t expensive, which is remarkable, given their size and scope.
I was fortunate to test the Samsung Galaxy A5 thoroughly and over a long period of time at work, which allowed me to get to the bottom line of this new mobile phone. Like always, this review will not be a dry, complicated technical review, rather I’ll just list out all the things I liked, didn’t like, and my general findings while using this device. Worth mention is that the Samsung Galaxy A5 comes to replace the old Galaxy Alpha.
The full technical details and other specifications of this device can be found here.
If you run a business in today’s world, you know that a good press release may be your ticket to success. That’s where Raouf Shabayek’s new ebook Writing Quick Press Releases comes in. It takes the guesswork out of the process, and it doesn’t charge you for the privilege. Mr. Shabayek, a PR writer, blogger, and journalist, is uniquely qualified to handle this subject. He has been on both sides of the press release. He’s written them for clients, but he has also been the reader, choosing which press releases made it past the editor’s box. In this ebook, he freely shares his expertise with us.
HTC Middle East sent me one of their mid-range mobile phone; the HTC Desire 820, for a quick review. They lent it to me for only 15 days which was barely enough to try it out and come back with my findings. For a detailed list of specs, GSMArena has all the technical details of the HTC Desire 820 phone.
The TL;DR review;
HTC Desire 820 is a stylish plastic mobile phone with a 5.5″ screen, a looker, sleek, light, runs on a 64 bit CPU yet it’s not very fast, with a battery that needs less than three hours to be fully charged and costs under $300.