If there is one reason for us to get the iPhone 6, this is it.
This ultra-cool iPhone 6 cover is epic because it almost perfectly replicates, arguably, the best looking Batmobile created — the one that first appeared in Tim Burton’s 1989 Batman. If that’s not cool enough for you, the case features extendable wheels to reveal the iPhone 6 camera. There are four LEDs that light up when a call comes in. And in case your friends are not super impressed already, you can project the bat signal onto a nearby mamak table with the built in projector light.
This case is so awesome, it almost justifies getting the overpriced iPhone 6. And if you want one, the Crazy Case Batmobile is cost 5,940 Japanese Yen (about RM180) minus shipping, and should be available in May. Pre-orders start, end March.
Telekom Malaysia has announced that it has detected a “fault” on the Asia-America Gateway (also known as the AAG) submarine cable system at a segment near the Philippines linking Malaysia to the United States and North Asia. The damaged segment is causing slow connections to sites and servers hosted in the US and North Asia when accessed from Malaysia.
The consortium that manages and maintains the AAG (in which TM is a part of) have already started repairs, service is expected to return to normal by Saturday 7 Feb — that is, if weather and sea conditions remain ideal. In the meantime, TM is diverting traffic to alternative routes to minimise impact to user.
Located along one of the busiest sea lanes in the world, the AAG is prone to damage both by ships and weather conditions. The last time the AAG cable system was damaged was in September 2014 and it took almost a month for restoration works to be completed.
If you have any questions or require any assistance, you can get in touch with TM via email at [email protected] for Streamyx customers and [email protected] for UniFi customers, or you can reach them on Twitter at @TMConnects.
Last year we had OPPO’s ridiculously thin OPPO R5 smartphone who reigned supreme as the thinnest around, before it was dethroned by the China branded Vivo X5 Max which managed to shave it down to an even thinner 4.8mm thick. Then came the Coolpad Ivvi K1 Mini.
Barely a breath into 2015, Coolpad released a teaser for what could be the world’s thinnest smartphone to date; which was just revealed to be the Cooplad Ivvi K1 Mini which measures in at 4.7mm, just a hair thinner than the X5 Max.
If you are a fan of the colour or happen to have a certain important person you’d like to surprise with a gift, the new Note 4 colour variant will be available in Samsung Experience Stores and authorised dealers for RM 2,499, the same pricing as it’s other colour variants out in the market. But if you’d like to catch a little something a little less cute, the Bronze Gold Note 4 is already out in the market.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 runs on Samsung’s Exynos 5433 Octa-Core processor, 3GB of RAM, a 16MP OIS rear and 3.7MP front cameras as well as a large ultra high resolution Quad HD 5.7-inch display held together by a premium metal frame. You can check out our hands-on with the Galaxy Note 4 over here.
The latest Xiaomi Mi Note phablet is expected to arrive in Malaysia in Q2 but if you can’t wait, the folks of DirectD is now offering imported units at RM1,699. Since these are direct imports, DirectD is offering its own in-house warranty of 2 years. This is the standard Mi Note with a 5.7″ Full HD display and it runs on a 2.5GHz Quad-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 3GB of RAM. It also supports dual-SIM and 4G LTE but do take note that LTE connectivity is listed to be compatible with Maxis and Celcom only.
The Mi Note on offer is likely to pack the same radio bands as the FDD-LTE Mi 4 which only supports 1800MHz without the compatibility of the widely used 2600MHz frequency. The rest of the specs include a 16GB of internal storage which isn’t expandable, a 13MP main camera with OIS and a front facing 4MP “Ultrapixel” camera. Keeping the lights on is a 3,000mAh capacity battery which supports rapid charge.