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AIR Free-446 portable license free radio

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It is that simple and tough. Designed for fast-paced industries.

Durable and Water-resistant.

With polycarbonate housing and aluminum die-cast chassis, the Free-446 is built
for greater protection. And thanks to its sealed case, it offers reliable performance in severe weather and environments.

Extreme Long Battery Life

The full 1,800 mA Li-ion battery pack makes 34 hours working time for greater productivity when the battery save featur is ON.
Easy-To-Use

Thanks to the tough and textured buttons, chunky rotary channel, volume knobs and tricolor status LED. In addition, two programmable buttons can be set to give immediate access to the four most often-used features, making communication even simpler.

Talking Compatibility

As it’s possible to pick frequency and CTCSS/DCS privacy codes channel settings, the radio can operate on the same channels with the same coded squelch tones as other business radio brands. So purchasing the Free-446 will not impact on any previous investments in radio equipment.

Compatible Accessories

Compatible with existing original Motorola accessories, your investment.

Quality Audio

750 mW audio power output and unique audio box structure design make Free-446 providing clear crystal audio and ideal for a noisy environment. The Free-446 is equipped with a large speaker offering a full audio output, while tailored response characteristics provide optimum clarity even in noisy environments.

16 Channels Capacity

Lock out interference and annoying breakthrough from other stations on the same channels by choosingfrom one of 44 CTCSS tones (6 CTCSS tones could be customized by the users) or from one of 174 DCS codes ( 6 DCS codes could be customized by the users) on one of the 8 preprogrammed RF channels in the PMR446 allocated frequency range. Up to 16 different channels with privacy code sequences can be programmed into the radio.
Programmable Function Side

Buttons with Hold The side buttons can be programmed for enhanced operating ease, while the adjustable Hold feature doubles the number of functions at your fingertips.

 

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January 7, 2016 |

The Global Property Guide placed the UAE in the 1st position in the Competitiveness Rating category in the Middle East

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International Property Show 2016 to highlight new trends in global realty markets

The Global Property Guide placed the UAE in the 12th position in the Competitiveness Rating category slightly after Sweden and Norway

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The Global Property Guide placed the UAE in the 1st position in the Competitiveness Rating category in the Middle East

 

Dubai, UAE, 31 December 2015: Almost 4 months ahead of its launch, the International Property Show, the annual event dedicated to regional developers and individual retailers in the UAE, is witnessing increased interest from participants keen to take part in the forthcoming edition. Organisers say both developers and investors are positive about the real-estate market in 2016, with new trends emerging on the scene.

International Property Show is a leading property sales event in Dubai open to consumers, trade visitors and business professionals. The exhibition offers a perfect platform for both international and local real estate markets to showcase their residential, commercial and mixed- use products and to conduct serious transactional business deals.

Speaking about the new trends in the property market in 2016, Dawood Al Shezawi, CEO, Strategic Marketing & Exhibitions, organizers of the International Property Show, quoted the Global Cities 2016 report by Knight Frank saying that regional property sector continues to evolve due to the changing market requirements, changes to regulation – such as the legislation to allow new investment vehicles, which can also help to attract significant amounts of inbound capital. He also said that the launches of mixed-use projects are offering a wide portfolio of characteristics that support investors.

“Diverse new trends are impacting the market, which makes it more immune against vicissitudes, and allow the market to be fierce fighter in its march towards further growth,” added Al Shezawi.

“Despite the fact that realty investors are more cautious due to subdued slowdown in the market, medium to long term investors say current market scenario offers as an opportunity to generate decent returns,” says Al Shezawi. “Investors understand there will be bumps along the road but the real estate industry moves on. Over the past couple of years, they have expressed overwhelming interest in the International Property Show to take advantage of the post-crisis expansion of emerging-market economies, and are still doing so.”

“There are some who are starting to raise warning flags about where we are in the real estate cycle, pointing to volatile pricing data globally following a run of rising valuations and the potential of interest rate rises to impact the property market. However, there is still robustness in the real estate industry,” added Al Shezawi.

Forecasts show relatively stable match between supply and demand in realty market in the UAE and the region. Investors do seek out opportunities in new markets to consolidate their positions in some of the world’s greatest cities.

The Global Market Outlook 2016 report by EY said the outlook is far more positive, based on sound macro-economic fundamentals. First, a stable inflationary policy over the long term will continue to benefit asset prices; second, unemployment figures continue to show

downward trend in most major markets, leading to increase demand for real estate; and third, commodity prices, which affect consumers and the real estate market, are low compared to recent years and look unlikely to rise significantly in the foreseeable future. When all these metrics are put together, there is a clear case for optimism, as the underlying business cycle that drives the need for real estate is stable.

“The stable growth in the UAE realty market has allowed supply to get closer to actual demand and this is a truly good sign economics speaking. Real estate funds continue to attract high levels of capital, with successful closures across the real estate investment spectrum, including value-added and opportunistic projects,” said Al Shezawi.

The Global Property Guide has recently placed the UAE in the 12th position in the Competitiveness Rating category after Switzerland, Singapore, United States, Finland, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Netherlands, United Kingdom, Sweden, and Norway. “There is no reason to be cautiously investing in the market. All of this will be discussed along with many other hot trends in the market at the forthcoming edition of the International Property Show,” Al Shezawi concluded.

International Property Show is considered a one-of-a-kind specialised fair as it primarily targets end-users who wish to do buy units on the spot. Al Shezawi said the show has been positioned as powerful retail platform targeting all types of potential buyers who can shop for properties with ease and comfort as shopping for goods in a retail
store.

January 5, 2016 |

Huawei G8: Redefined design and elegance.

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Huawei may not be a full member just yet but it’s keener than most to follow the club’s dress code. Elaborate exteriors are the thing that defines the brand and that’s not limited to the premium line of devices. If it is refined design and elegance you are after, Huawei’s phones are consistently on the shortlist.

Naturally, using premium materials and adhering to high build standards results in a premium price tag. As the mobile scene is quickly changing, midrange devices are getting more powerful and feature-rich with every generation. Huawei is genuinely trying to match this on the outside. The P-series and the G-series are now really capable of rivalling their Mate siblings.

The Huawei G8 is a perfect example. It’s been following the premium Mate S all the way from the rumor mill to the production line and currently offers the same excellent design and some of the new and exciting features of its bigger sibling, all wrapped in a package that hopefully won’t break the bank.

Even though the Huawei G8’s more or less conceived as a more affordable alternative of the Mate S, the handset doesn’t really come off as a blatant compromise. Unlike many “lite” versions out there, the G8 has a distinct feel of its own. It is somewhat less delicate than the Mate S, but the real distinction in the general feel and handling comes from the rounded body design more than anything else.

Key features

  • Dual Sim
  • 5.5″ 1080p IPS LCD (401 ppi) capacitive touchscreen
  • Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 chipset – Qualcomm MSM8939 Snapdragon 615 Cortex-A53, v GPU; 2GB/3GB of RAM;
  • 13MP 4160 x 3120 pixels autofocus camera with OIS, dual-tone LED flash, 1080p video recording.
  • 5MP front-facing camera
  • Android OS v5.1.1 Lollipop with Emotion UI 3.1
  • 16GB/32GB of built-in storage; microSD card slot, doubling as a secondary SIM slot
  • Cat. 4 LTE (150Mbps); Wi-Fi a/b/g/n; Bluetooth 4.0; GPS/GLONASS; FM radio; NFC; microUSB port with USB On-The-Go
  • Active noise cancellation with a dedicated mic
  • 3,000 mAh battery

Main disadvantages

  • No 4K video recording, no 60fps mode either
  • Non-removable battery
  • No quick charging or wireless charging support
  • No dual band Wi-Fi
  • No Lollipop Material design to be found

Just like the Mate S, the G8 offers a spacious 5.5-inch FullHD display with a 2.5D curved edges, with a little bit more side bezel. With 90% metal, the exterior is pretty much the same.

And the similarities in this particular pair are not just skin-deep. In fact, interestingly enough, they are quite comparable in terms of hardware and features. The Huawei G8 is based on a Snapdragon 615 chip, which is undoubtedly a more standard choice than the custom home-brewed HiSilicon Kirin 935 that powers the Mate S.

Now, you must be thinking the G8 and its hardware can’t possibly be that similar to the considerably more-expensive Mate S. So, have any corners been cut? The camera setup looks nearly identical on paper with a 13MP main unit, completewith autofocus and a dual tone LED flash. What the G8 is missing is the RGBW array for improved light-gathering capability and it has a 5MP front-facer compared to the Mate’s 8MP selfie cam.

What do you think guys? is this a good fone for 2016? comment your answer!

 

Source: GSMArena.com

December 29, 2015 |
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