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Weekly Recap (Sept 18) Another Giveaway and the GoPro Karma

Another Giveaway!

Congratulations to the winner of last week’s giveaway for the Firefly Mobile Aurii Envy, King Dave Salazar!

If you didn’t win the giveaway, don’t worry we’ve got another one coming your way. This week, we’re giving away a copy of The Jinri Experience signed by Jay Tablante and Jinri Park herself. To join, all you have to do is subscribe to the YouTube channel and leave a comment on the video. We’ll announce the winner in next week’s recap.

The GoPro Karma, 1Gbps Free Wi-Fi at NAIA, and Reviews for the 2 10 series GPUs by ASUS

The New GoPro Karma Aerial Drone
The New GoPro Karma Aerial Drone

Last week, action camera manufacturer — GoPro — unveiled 2 new cameras in their product line that are now natively waterproof: the GoPro Hero 5 Session and the GoPro Hero 5 Black Edition. Yup, that’s right! No more need for the casing to take it for a dip. Both cameras will be able to take 4K videos, but the Black Edition takes the edge in frame rates when shooting in 2K and in 1080p. The start of the show, however was the foldable drone GoPro is calling Karma. It’ll fit in most backpacks, plus you can remove the gimbal to use it as a stabilizer when shooting video at street level. Pretty nifty.

Read: GoPro Karma Drone is Potentially the Best Video Capture System for Casual Flyers
Read: GoPro HERO5 Black: Only Video Camera You’ll Need Apart from Your Smartphone?

Not bad. o_o
Not bad. o_o

Smart also gave travelers access to 1Gbps Free Wi-Fi at all four of NAIA’s terminals last week and we’ve got to say, it’s pretty sweet. There will be no time limit to your access until October 10 and then a time limit of one hour will be set. We’re guessing some sort of payment will be needed to continue beyond that.

Read: NAIA Gets 1Gbps Free WiFi Via Smart
Read: More Details About the Free 1GBPs Free Smart WiFi at NAIA

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We had the privilege of taking two NVIDIA 10 series GPUs from the ASUS ROG Strix line for a spin. The 1080 is a certified monster sure to make your eyes melt with the frame rate its capable of pushing and the 1060 OC that may take a dip in performance but is still within a healthy range for triple A titles at 1080p — certainly a logical upgrade that won’t break the bank too much.

Read: ASUS ROG Strix 1080 Review: Certified Monster
Read: ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1060 OC: The Logical Upgrade

Jamie Inocian

A self-confessed geek. Jamie started out helping out on the Unbox Podcast and became the Digital Sales Manager when he joined the team full time. He has since then transitioned into one of our Senior Editors and Head Video Producer.

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