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Concern by LiesFamily: How could we make use of a Nintendo Wii from the States in Ukraine?
We acquired a Nintendo Wii from the US to utilize while residing in Ukraine, but are concerned after we struggled to discover the very best way to utilize the xbox. Any suggestions?
Response by smzee27I suppose
it depends on the kind of TV you have. The country I live in also utilizes the PAL system however I have a TELEVISION which has NTSC support and so the American Wii I have works just fine for me.
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LG’s Optimus L3 was consistently designed with modest ambitions– primarily of scooping up the starter smartphone crowd– however a new variant for Russia and the Ukraine has our ears perked. The tiny L3 DualSim features 2 SIM slots to let locals hop between 2 different phone amounts with a switch. Ostensibly it’s to provide jetsetting businesspeople a method to switch between their home and work phone lines, although the abundance of prepaid service choices in the 2 countries makes us think there’s some cost-saving involved as well. The tweaked L3 isn’t really merely another dual-SIM conversion; LG has actually also seen fit to rise above qualms about performance with an 800MHz Snapdragon replacing the 600MHz of the original. The sad thing is, we’re not seeing any upgrades to the creaky Android 2.3 install or the 3-megapixel camera, so this won’t let you get a shrunken L5 on the economical. At a price of 1,500 Ukranian grivnas (6,169 Russian rubles, or $ 186) without a contract, nevertheless, we suspect lots of Muscovites and Sevastopolians will not have objections to selecting up the L3 DualSim for themselves come the July release.
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Where would we be without prototypes, eh? One such pre-production unit, of Samsung’s dual-core Galaxy S II, has escaped into the
Russian Ukrainian wilderness, where it’s been thankfully rescued from the cold by the guys over at gagadget. Apart from squaring it up against the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 — which we can only surmise was the nearest available Android handset, it surely can’t have been the best — they also dig pretty deeply into the latest TouchWiz UI and dish up a thoroughgoing gallery of sample images from that 8 megapixel autofocus camera on the back. It’s an enlightening read, once you’ve enrolled Google Translate’s help, though the video after the break will probably be most helpful to people familiar with Vladimir Putin’s mother tongue. For the rest of us, it’s a great visual tour of some yummy hardware.
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