Friday, June 29, 2012

New Everbuying activity-Choose your favorite Gadget at USD0.01

Dear Everbuying Customers,

In order to thanks for your support, Everbuying carried out an easy activity for you, we have already chosen the four hottest gadgets from our website, and the instrcutions are as follows:

1.“Like “our page and become our fans (

2. Choose the products that you are interested and click“like”button besides the products. Detailed information could been found at here: 

The products are as follow:

3. Ask your friends to join the activity to “like” the products

4. The one with the most likes will be the hottest gadgets at only USD0.01 after activity.

So share and "like" the products and the products with your friends now.

Welcome to join in this activity from now on!!!

Thank you very much for your support!!!

Have a nice day!


Monday, April 16, 2012

engadget: Meizu MX Quad-core launching with Android 4.0 in June, gets 32GB and 64GB flavors

By   posted Apr 15th 2012 9:43PM

Meizu MX Quad-core launching with Android 4.0 in June, gets 32GB and 64GB flavors
Can't say we're surprised, but Meizu's finally giving us the lowdown on the quad-core variant of its flagship Android smartphone. Simply dubbed the MX Quad-core, this new device will be powered by a Cortex-A9-based, 32nm HKMG (High-K Metal Gate) quad-core Samsung Exynos chip -- no word on the clock speed or RAM, but we're betting our money on the Exynos 4412 that goes up to 1.5GHz. Meizu claims this will save up to 20 percent of CPU power consumption compared to its dual-core counterpart. Also, the battery will be bumped up from 1,600mAh to 1,700mAh -- we shall see how much difference this makes when we eventually get our hands on the phone. And yes, in addition to the original white back cover, you'll be able to swap it with one of the five optional colored covers pictured above.

On the software side you'll get a Meizu-customized Ice Cream Sandwich system (aka Flyme OS), though it isn't clear whether the company will stick to its old promise of simultaneously releasing a vanilla ROM. The rest of the new phone's identical to the dual-core MX, especially the 4-inch 960 x 640 ASV display and the eight-megapixel BSI camera. While there's still no microSD expansion, here's some good news to make up for this flaw: the base model starts at 32GB and it'll cost the same as the current 16GB MX! In other words, come June the unsubsidized MX Quad-core will go from ¥2,999 (US$480) in China and HK$3,099 (US$400) in Hong Kong; and then there'll also be a 64GB version priced at ¥3,999 (US$635) and HK$4,099 (US$530), respectively. Meanwhile, starting today, the original MX is reduced to ¥2,399 (US$380) and HK$2,599 (US$335). Press release after the break.

Now, with Meizu proudly claiming to have the world's first smartphone to utilize the quad-core Exynos chip, we wonder where Samsung's at with its own unicorn device?

MEIZU officially announces the new MEIZU MX Quad-core
Show full PR textMEIZU announces the world's first smartphone with the quad-core Exynos A9 CPU

HONG KONG – April 16, 2012 – MEIZU today announces the brand new MEIZU MX Quad-core smartphone to be available in June this year. Among many surprises, the MEIZU MX Quad-core is the first smartphone in the world to use the brand new and powerful Exynos A9 quad-core processor.

The MX Quad-core uses a power efficient quad-core Exynos A9 CPU with industry-leading 32 nm HKMG technology which has been optimized to reduce CPU power consumption by up to 20%. In addition, it will last even longer with a new 1700mAh battery.

With its state-of-the art hardware, the MEIZU MX Quad-core is better in every way than its predecessor. The MEIZU MX Quad-core CPU is 60% faster, and GPU 50% faster compared to the previous MX. Whether it is browsing through menus, playing the latest games, or watching 1080p video, the MX Quad-core easily beats dual-core devices.

MX Quad-core comes with a vivid 292 PPI high definition ASV display. With no visible pixels on the screen, it provides the user with the ideal smartphone viewing experience. On the back side, the MX Quad-core has an 8 megapixel BSI camera with an f/2.2 lens aperture, capable of taking great photos even in low light conditions. The MX Quad-core will come with MEIZU's unique Flyme OS based on Android 4.0, providing users with beauty, simplicity and buttery smooth performance at every interaction.

The MEIZU MX Quad-core will be available in MEIZU's 400 retail stores during June at ¥2999/3999 CNY and $3099/4099 HKD for capacities 32GB and 64GB in Mainland China and Hong Kong, respectively. With MX Quad-core, the company also releases MX back covers in five colors in addition to the original white, allowing users to experience the MX on their own terms. Coinciding with the announcement of MEIZU MX Quad-core, the MEIZU MX will have its price adjusted to ¥2399 CNY and $2599 HKD in Mainland China and Hong Kong respectively. The reduced price for the MEIZU MX is effective as of April 16, 2012.

Monday, January 9, 2012

"Show off & Win Big Prize" (EXPIRED) Activity Tutorial

How to win the prize?
(Have no idea about what this is? Check our Activity Page)

1. "Like" our Facebook Page. (If you're not a fan of our page.)

2.       Customer >> Post a photo of the product you bought on Everbuying to our Facebook Page wall.
             1) If you were already a customer of Everbuying, please log in our site first.
             2) After log in, click "My orders" at the left column, you'll see the orders you've placed on       our site, choose one to check the product you ordered, and post it's photo (you can take the photo by yourself, and you'll surely get more likes if you do so) and link to our Page Wall

Page Fans >> Pick a product on Everbuying, post it’s photo and the reason why you like it to our Facebook Page Wall.
       1) If you were only a fan of Everbuying Facebook Page, please visit our site Everbuying first.
       2) Browse our website to find a product that catch your heart, post it's photo and link to our Page Wall

3.       Invite your friends to “Like” your photo.
       After your photo is successfully uploaded, click the photo posted by you on the page
     A new page will be opened, copy the link and share it to your friends, ask them to visit it and click the "like"

4.       We’ll rank all the photos according to number of “like”. (The “likes” in a reshared post will not be counted)

Friday, December 16, 2011

4GSI9+ Quad Band Dual Cards with Wifi Java Touch Screen Cell Phone Tutorial



  • Quad Band: GSM850/900/1800/1900MHZ
  • Dual sim cards dual standby
  • Six Pages of menu
  • Screen: 3.2 inch high definition touch screen, QVGA, 320x240
  • Dual Cameras: 0.3 Mega pixel camera with flash light, put out the biggest size is 640x480
  • MP3 background play, equalizer
  • Video: 3GP, MP4, full screen, forward and pause
  • WIFI: 802.11b/g wireless internet
  • Support Java, can install applications
  • Support FM radio, can play with earphone and support backgroud play
  • Bluetooth A2DP
  • Sound recorder
  • Video player and recorder, Audio player supported
  • Support MSN, Opera Mini, Google, Facebook, Yahoo, Sina, Stocks
  • Support E-mail sending and receiving
  • Memory: built-in 64M, extend TF card to 8GB max
  • GPRS & WAP connectivity, MMS Transceive
  • U disk support function to keep the information storage
  • Telephone directories: 500 groups of contacts, support caller groups
  • Support SMS Text Messaging, MMS Picture Messaging, Broadcast Messaging
  • Schedule power on/off: support to start/close under set time
  • Alarm clock: 5 groups, support alarm clock when machine's closed, can set from Monday to Sunday
  • Games: 2 common games, support Java games
  • More information: MP3/MP4/WAP/Bluetooth/SMS group sending/GPRS download/MMS/Calendar/
    Calculator/Tasks/Alarmclock/World clock/Currency converter/unit converter/Stopwatch/Stocks/
    Handwriting/E-book/Chat/Memory extended......
  • Size: 114x61x10mm
  • Product Weight: 118g


    Color and Language:

  • Color:Black
  • Language:English,French,Spanish,Polish,Portuguese,Italian,German,Malaysian,Indonesian,Czech,Norwegian,Slovak,
    Dutch,Hungarian,Vietnamese,Turkish,Russian,Arabic,Persian,Hebrew,Thai,Greek,Swedish, Romanian,Traditional Chinese,Simplified Chinese (Note:if you need any specificlanguage other thanEnglish,you mustleave us a message
    when you checkout)

Write Your Christmas Down and Win a 8% Off Coupon Code! (EXPIRED)

Join our activity and win 8% off coupon on Christmas Eve

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Everbuying News: Vote For USD0.01 Product

Hi all, new year is coming and good news from everbuying again!

Now we have chosen four hot gadgets from the best selling products and one of them will be sold at only USD0.01 in our group deals of next week.

Which of them will be chosen for the deal of USD0.01 next week? It toally depends on you!

The four products have been displayed on our facebook, and please click the "like"button under the products to vote.

Go to our facebook page -->

The product which gets the most likes will be chosen for the deal of USD0.01 in our group deals of next week.!

Here is the detailed information about the four products:

None of the above attracts you? No problem, feel free to leave a comment in the box on facebook activity page to tell us what you want to get, we will make discount according to the needs of our customers.

Thanks for your support!

Friday, December 2, 2011

Syria to be condemned at UN Human Rights Council


8:59AM GMT 02 Dec 2011


 A special session of the UN Human Rights Council will be asked to adopt an independent report that the Syrian regime has committed multiple crimes against humanity in its crackdown on protests.

A giant portrait of embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is carried in a sea of thousands of Syrian demonstrators in the capital Damascus
A giant portrait of embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is carried in a sea of thousands of Syrian demonstrators in the capital Damascus Photo: LOUAI BESHARA/AFP/Getty Images
Navi Pillay, the High Commissioner for Human Rights will say Syrian forces committed crimes against humanity, including the murder and torture of children, following orders from the highest levels of Bashar al-Assad's regime.
The panel gathered evidence from 233 witnesses and victims on the brutal repression of anti-regime protesters but was not given permission to enter the country.
Activists reported up to 22 people killed Thursday, adding to what has become a daily grind of violence.
"We are placing the (death toll) figure at 4,000 but really the reliable information coming to us is that it's much more than that," Pillay said in Geneva.
"As soon as there were more and more defectors threatening to take up arms, I said this in August before the Security Council, that there's going to be a civil war," she added. "And at the moment, that's how I am characterizing this."
"The overwhelming use of force has been taken by Assad and his regime," Mark Toner, a State Department spokesman said. "So there's no kind of equanimity here."
International intervention, such as the Nato action in Libya that helped topple longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi, is all but out of the question in Syria. But there is real concern that the conflict in Syria could spread chaos across the Middle East.
Syria borders five countries with whom it shares religious and ethnic minorities and, in Israel's case, a fragile truce.
Recent economic sanctions imposed by the European Union, the Arab League and Turkey were aimed at persuading Assad to end his crackdown. On Thursday, the EU announced a new round of sanctions against Syrian individuals and businesses linked to the unrest.
The new sanctions target 12 people and 11 companies, and add to a long list of those previously sanctioned by the EU. The full list of names of those targeted will not be known until they are published Friday in the EU's official journal.
The 27-member bloc also imposed some sanctions on Syria's ally Iran in the wake of an attack this week by a mob on the British Embassy in Tehran, the Iranian capital.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague accused Iran of supporting Assad's crackdown, saying "there is a link between what is happening in Iran and what is happening in Syria."
The sanctions are punishing Syria's ailing economy - a dangerous development for Damascus because the prosperous merchant classes are key to propping up the regime.
Syrian business leaders have long traded political freedoms for economic privileges. The sanctions, along with increasing calls by the opposition for general nationwide strikes, could sap their resolve.
A resident of the flashpoint city of Homs said businessmen are growing impatient.
"The sanctions against the regime are harming them," he said. "Merchants only care about their interests. Many merchants are complaining that their business is dropping."
Activists also are trying to peel the business elite away from their allegiance to Assad. On Thursday, opposition groups called for a general strike, but it was difficult to gauge how widely Syrians were abiding by the strike. The regime has sealed the country off from foreign journalists and prevented independent reporting.
Residents in Syria's two economic powerhouses - the capital of Damascus and the northern city of Aleppo - reported business as usual Thursday.
But a video posted online by activists showed mostly closed shops in the Damascus suburb of Zabadani, which also has seen large anti-government protests. And a resident in Homs said most of the shops were closed, except for those selling food. Homs has been one of Syria's most volatile cities, with increasing clashes between troops and army defectors.
Syria has been the site of the deadliest crackdown against the Arab Spring's protests.
Deaths in Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen have numbered in the hundreds. Libya's toll is unknown and likely higher than Syria's, but the conflict there differed because it descended early on into an outright civil war between two armed sides.
Since the revolt began in Syria, the regime has blamed the bloodshed on terrorists acting out a foreign conspiracy to divide and undermine the country. It has laid bare Syria's simmering sectarian tensions, with disturbing reports of killings like those seen in Iraq.
Syria is an overwhelmingly Sunni country of 22 million, but Assad and the ruling elite belong to the minority Alawite sect. Assad, and his father before him, stacked key military posts with Alawites to meld the fate of the army and the regime - a tactic aimed at compelling troops to fight to the death to protect the Assad family dynasty.
The leader of the Free Syrian Army, breakaway air force Col Riad al-Asaad, acknowledges nearly all the defectors under his command - some 15,000 - are low-level Sunni conscripts. The men are armed with rocket-propelled grenades, rifles and guns they took with them when they deserted, as well as light weapons they acquired on the black market, he says.
Until recently, most of the bloodshed was caused by security forces firing on mainly peaceful protesters. There have been growing reports of army defectors and armed civilians fighting Assad's forces - a development that some say plays into the regime's hands by giving government troops a pretext to crack down with overwhelming force.
As the violence continues, the 22-member Arab League in Cairo unveiled this week a list of top officials it wants to prevent from traveling to Arab countries - a humiliating affront to a country that prides itself on Arab nationalism.
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