My HTC one is creating lots of problems (top 20% of the screen isn't working, internet drops randomly). This is my 2nd bad experience. So I've decided to never buy an HTC again.
Thr flooring fitter has quoted me £20 per square metre for installing engineered wood and bamboo flooring. It looks a bit steep to me. What should be the cost of fitting the floors?
This is supposed to be Samsung's flagship 1080p flat TV:
Panasonic showed off its OLED prototype at IFA, with LG panel. It's clear that Panasonic isn't interested in manufacturing OLED panels in the short to medium term.
I received the plans from the installer. His charges are way over my budget! I think I'll consider the £200 I paid him as the design fees and undertake the project myself.
I'm thinking of getting a KK DXD-808 subwoofer for my home cinema in the new house. Has anybody got any experience of it? The living room is 12'4" X 16'1".
Both will be minor stakeholders in the joint venture, concentrating on smartphone and tablet displays to start with. Hopefully this will progress to TVs as well.
I met with a home cinema installer for my new house (ready by December). The living room is 12'4" X 16'1".
I will be choosing flooring for my new build house in the next couple of weeks. Which is best for the lounge where my home cinema is going in: ceramic (Porcelanosa) or wooden laminate (Pergo)?
Pioneer and Onkyo are teaming up: