On 24 months contract of DG Smart Plan 68, the Torch 9800 is offered at RM979, while the Bold 9780 at RM879 and Curve 9300 at RM379. Outright, the 3 are offered at RM1600, RM1312 and RM876 respectively. If BlackBerry devices are not your thing, DiGi is also offering the HTC Desire HD at RM729 and LG Optimus One at RM179 on contract. The prices above are applicable if you sign up through their online store with full details here.
Apart from that, those that buy the latest BlackBerry (Bold 9900, Torch 9810 & Curve 9360) on contract from 10th October till 10th December will stand a chance to win another BlackBerry. They are giving 30x Curve 9300, 20x Bold 9780 and 10x Torch 9800 with one given out daily. For more info on the FREE BlackBerry offer, head over here.
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Retailing for RM1,699 for the 16GB WiFi version (there’s currently only one version available in Malaysia), the Eee Pad Slider is powered with a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and 1GB of RAM. Screen-wise, the Eee Pad Slider is identical to the Eee Pad Transformer with a 10.1-inch WSVGA (1280×800) IPS. In terms of connectivity, the device comes with a mini USB port, 1x Audio Jack, micro SD card reader, a docking port and a mini HDMI out.
Reasonable for a Honeycomb tablet with a built-in QWERTY keyboard.
One of the biggest improvements made to the iPhone 4S is its processor. Where its predecessor was running a single core brain, the iPhone 4S kept up with the joneses with a dual-core processor and an updated GPU.
Apple says that the iPhone 4S is twice as fast as its predecessor and delivers over seven times faster graphics overall, but is this claim founded? More importantly, with the A5 in the iPhone 4S running at just 800Mhz, how does it stack up against the mighty Samsung Galaxy S II with a dual-core processor that’s pushing 1.2Ghz?
The meticulous reviewers at Anandtech ran some benchmarks on the iPhone 4S and the results will surprise you. Despite the slower clock speed and a yet to be determined RAM count, the iPhone 4S tops the charts when it comes to hard-core performance.
Head on over to after the jump for the full stats.
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