Problems for the Olevia


Apparently, there is a clone of the Olevia X10A under the name of Onyko, it works out at about thirty per cent cheaper than the original version and there are some worries over the wireless connectivity the Onyko will reach its limit at 802.11n, while the Olevia X10A has a 3G module.


This is serious for buyers who want to get a bargain, but cannot be sure if what they are is the genuine article. It happens in all business markets, but when it comes to computers, there is a personal connection to them in a similar way that we are attached to our cell phones. We just have to be careful what be we buy and where from.


Source [Ubergizmo]


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