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Digital Walker contact numbers

I’m often left scrambling when I want to buy something from Digital Walker since they have so many branches and no single way to inquire for item availability across all of them. Good thing I found the contact numbers from one of our local forums (all numbers courtesy of Charlie Paw, of course):

Digital Walker Zoom GB5 – 7570242
Digital Walker V-mall – 7255136
Digital Walker Machines V-mall (Apple Gold Service Center) – 7259840
Pods @Digital Walker Trinoma – 9169528
Digital Walker SM Mall of Asia – 5560113
Digital Walker SM South Mall – 8003194
Digital Walker Park Square 1 – 8163574
Digital Walker SM San Lazaro – 7862645
Digital Walker SM Cebu Northwing – (032) 2365198

Digital Hub Robinsons Place Manila Midtown (Apple Premium Store and Gold Service Center) – 5672624
Digital Hub Robinsons Pioneer (Apple Gold Service Center) – 6872219
Digital Hub Robinsons Galleria – 6363345
Digital Hub Greenhills Theater Mall – 7245592

Crumpler Bonifacio High Street – 8562019
Crumpler Trinoma – 9167098
Crumpler Robinsons Manila Midtown – 5670662
Crumpler SM Megamall – 6387391
Crumpler SM Cebu Northwing – (32)2361512

If you’re buying something from Digital Walker, Digital Hub, or Crumpler here in the Philippines, these are the numbers to call just to make sure they have the exact merchandise you’re looking for.

Deals Netbooks Ultraportables

Acer Aspire One deals!


The best netbook deals you can find right now are with the Acer Aspire One. The barebones 8GB SSD version that comes with a 3–cell battery can now be bought for just below 12,000 pesos. Yes, that is an Atom–powered netbook that’s very usable for basic computing tasks. Now if you’re looking for something more robust, the hard–disk equipped version of the Aspire One sells for 24,000 and comes with 6–cell battery along with its 160GB 2.5–inch hard drive. That gives you around five hours of continuous use without a wall socket! Right now, the HDD model even comes with a free slim external DVD–writer which makes it as good a deal as most cheap laptops out there.

Now is this model good enough? This review tells me it is:

For those looking for an even lower cost budget netbook, the Acer Aspire One is a worthy candidate to think about. This computer has solid build quality to handle being tossed around in a backpack or purse, and modest performance to handle common software applications with ease. Battery life isn’t the best with the 3-cell model, so if you spot the 6-cell/160GB version in stock, it is highly recommended that you pick that. While it is not the easiest netbook to upgrade, it does offer a large storage drive to start with and an SDHC expansion slot. Starting as low as $349 it is no question that it blows the socks off the current competing models, which are priced at $499 and up.

Things are getting really better for the consumers these days.