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Old 07-12-09, 20:41   #1
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Hello,

I havent been able to access their site for over a week now. I fear my little K100 is an orphan now, with a rather questionable future...

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Old 08-12-09, 14:45   #2
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Default Re: is Kaiboer finally dead?

Originally Posted by csell View Post
Hello,

I havent been able to access their site for over a week now. I fear my little K100 is an orphan now, with a rather questionable future...

regards,
Christian
Just try this link :

http://www.kaiboer.es/en/index.php

Rgd
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Old 08-12-09, 16:37   #3
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Hi,

thanks, in the meantime I have reached that site myself. However, I still wonder what happened to the manufacturer site? Has production moved to spain as well (I doubt)? Who does development/firmware updates? Is that site maybe just selling the remaining stock?

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Old 09-12-09, 09:29   #4
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today, accessing www.kaiboerhd.com leads to an all-chinese (error?) page. As far as I am concerned, this brand is gone
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Old 09-12-09, 12:19   #5
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Default Re: is Kaiboer finally dead?

Just update the Kaiboer to the Popcorn Hour Firmware and you will have all the new features...
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Default Re: is Kaiboer finally dead?

Originally Posted by gaitini View Post
Just update the Kaiboer to the Popcorn Hour Firmware and you will have all the new features...
Is that definitely safe and do you mean the A100 or A110 firmware?

I had assumed the Kaiboer firmware had custom features because of the "real" power-off and power-on toggle which the Popcorn does not have. Will we lose this ability?
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Originally Posted by MikeMcr View Post
Is that definitely safe and do you mean the A100 or A110 firmware?

I had assumed the Kaiboer firmware had custom features because of the "real" power-off and power-on toggle which the Popcorn does not have. Will we lose this ability?
I'll try that next weekend (I have my Kaiboer in my other apartment) and let you know.
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Originally Posted by gaitini View Post
Just update the Kaiboer to the Popcorn Hour Firmware and you will have all the new features...
When is new version of firmware expected?
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Default Re: is Kaiboer finally dead?

well, the website is up again. Lets see how we fare with firmware releases. Syabas has just put out a new one for their A110 (not sure whether we have missed out on others in between), so we should expect Kaiboer's adaptation soon. I dont think we can just switch to the A110 firmware - but havent tried either.

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is k100 dead i doubt ?
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