The much awaited Fifa World Cup 2014 in Brazil is here and this World Cup has been described as the most hi-tech football event ever by the BBC. From high-tech cameras that capture the World Cup matches in ultra-high-definition (UHD) 4k format to “Goal Control” wrist watches that alert the referee when the ball crosses the goal line to the social media engagement by the fans all over the world, this World Cup is definitely an event you won’t want to miss.
A lot of friends and families will get together to cheer their countries during this World Cup and there is no better time to form stronger family or friendship ties than during a period like this. You can make this World Cup a memorable one for your family and friends by getting just the right gadgets and as such I have decided to share some awesome gadgets you need for World Cup 2014 here.
If you are a Nigerian and is looking forward to a successful outing for the Super Eagles then you have to lend your support whether in Brazil or especially those of us at home. How are you preparing for the World Cup 2014? Do you have your gadgets ready? I bet you won’t want to watch this tournament on some old television with obsolete technology, check out some awesome gadgets i have discussed in this article to help you better prepare for the World Cup 2014.
We can’t all fly to Brazil to watch the World Cup 2014 matches and as such most of us will be watching from the comfort of our homes. Whether you are going to watch the World Cup 2014 all by yourself or with friends and family, you need to ensure your TV is in good working condition.
You can also use this period to upgrade to a TV with higher resolution or even get that 3D TV you have been dreaming about for long. You can’t imagine how exciting it will be to sit right in front of a new Full HD TV to watch the World Cup 2014.
Buy a new TV today and make this World Cup 2014 a memorable one for you, your friends and family. Impress yourself and others with a high resolution TV today. You can check out some awesome TVs now and get yourself a new TV.
You don’t want to mess up your World Cup 2014 experience with poor sound. I bet you love to hear commentaries very clearly, I do too. If you care about sound quality during matches then I suggest you buy yourself an awesome sound system and enjoy premium sound and atmosphere, just like you are in Brazil live. Check out some awesome sound systems that can make your World Cup 2014 experience a memorable one.
Cables & Decoders
If you intend to watch just more than Nigerian matches during the World Cup 2014 then you should get a cable decoder. While there will be lots of actions available on terrestrial free to air channels showing mostly Nigerian matches, you need to buy a cable decoder if you do not want to miss other interesting World Cup 2014 matches.
The Montage PVR Decoder And Starter Pack sold for N25,000 will be a good one to buy. You can also look at DSTV for more premium channels.
You don’t want to disappoint your family and friends during this World Cup 2014 with power outages. Ensure a capable power generating set is available in case of power outage. It will defeat your aim of buying a new TV, Cable decoder and audio system if you do not have power to use them.
If you have been passing on getting yourself a new power generating set, then this is that period you don’t want to mess with power at all as the World Cup matches will be played in late evenings when you may not be able to source for power from any other place.
Here are some affordable power generating sets including inverters and batteries you can buy to ensure steady power supply during this World Cup.
Are you a proud supporter of the Super Eagles? Do you want to cheer the Super Eagles to victory even from the comfort of your home? Then you simply need to cap it all with the Nigerian World Cup 2014 jersey.
Akaahan Terungwa says
You have a nice ‘preparation list’ here, no doubt. How is your preparation? Sorry, I am not a soccer enthusiast and to be precise, I don’t bother with soccer matches or fixtures.
However, talking with a friend (a Nigerian) the other week, I recommended a portable solar powered generator which he promptly bought. Won’t that be a great accessory too? Especially considering that PHCN may not be our friend in this harsh economic times?
Nwosu Mavtrevor says
It could be but i already covered generators and inverters.