As the year comes to a close, you already know what it’s time for — SALES. The first one to come up is the massive event that’s taking place on the 11th of November (tomorrow!), otherwise known as Single’s Day, and one of the biggest e-commerce participants is Lazada.
However, the problem with these big sales on big sites is, it can be easy to get overwhelmed by all the banners, products and methods to gain discounts. Add that to the fact that you will probably have to engage other shoppers in combat to get the best discounts for your favourite goods, this whole sale could be a huge cluster–mess.
There is good news because we’re here to help. Here are four quick tips that you can utilise to maximise discounts, improve ease of shopping and give you a head start tomorrow.
Y’know what tech enthusiasts say when a gadget starts dying? Every dying component is a reason to upgrade to a newer, less dead, and much faster version of that component. Smartphone feeling a little sluggish? Buy a new one! Gaming laptop fan getting too loud? Buy a new one! Did one of the rubber feet on your RGB keyboard fall off? Buy a new one!
So guess what we did when the hard disk on our Dell Inspiron 17 7000 2-in-1 started failing? Yep, we bought a new one. But, we also went one step further and wrote a comprehensive guide on how you can swap out your painfully slow mechanical hard disk drive for a newer, less dead and much faster solid state drive!
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Apple’s iPhone 8 just went on sale in Malaysia and although the handset doesn’t look all that different, Apple has added quite a few new features to this handset. But let’s not get bogged down with the “hardware” improvements Apple’s added to their new lineup of iPhones because it’s all about what you can do with it.
So, if you’re a new iPhone 8 user, here are some cool things you can do with your brand new handset.
We love our DJI Spark drone because there are lots to like about it. From stuff like its ultra-portable size, its flying prowess, image quality and even the stability of its mechanical gimbal, the Spark is a great entry-level drone.
However, if you think that DJI was able to produce something this small and affordable without at least some limitations, you’re kidding yourself. After spending some time with the Spark, here are five big things we learned that we think you should know about before you think of buying one for yourself.
Imagine this: You’re travelling overseas and you need to get some work done or check on a couple of stuff on your iPad but there’s no free WiFi available. You can consider switching on your phone’s wifi hotspot but some telcos might not let you enable hotspot on their network. If you’re using the newer iPad Pro with WiFi + Celluar support, there’s actually a third way of getting online.
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UPDATE: We’ve updated the guide! Now there are four brand new smartphones for you to choose from.
It’s that time of the year again. Although a whole host of new smartphones have been launched, a lot of the conversation is about the smartphones at the top end of the market. “What about those on a tight budget?”, you must be wondering, “Do tech sites even care about those of us who can’t spend a month’s salary on a device?”, you’re probably thinking.
Well, we care. So, here are some of the best phones you can get for under RM1,200.
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We’ve all seen the horror stories of people buying smartphones online only to end up with cardboard boxes, fakes, earrings or even a padlock. These stories are scary because we all know there are a whole bunch of people out there who are trying to siphon you of your hard-earned money.
But does this mean you should swear off buying smartphones online? Well, no. At least, we don’t think so. Especially not when you consider how much you can actually save when you purchase devices online.
Buying smartphones online can definitely be a good thing but it obviously isn’t without its risks. If you’ve always been a little unsure about this whole process, let us help you. Here are our 5 tips when buying smartphones online.
Christmas is rapidly approaching and when it comes to presents for your technology-loving friends and family, socks just aren’t going to cut it. To help you out, we’ve put together a guide to the best tech-related Christmas presents money can buy. Whether you have RM30 or RM300,000 to spend, you should be able to find something for that special someone, this holiday season.
Great smartphones are getting affordable and affordable smartphones are also getting pretty great. These days, with the number of premium flagships launching in Malaysia sporting excellent specifications for a bargain price, we thought we’d throw together a list of high-end flagships that won’t break your bank.
Here are SoyaCincau’s best smartphones under RM2,000
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We just passed Q2 of 2016 and throughout the year, there have been a bunch of new smartphones making an appearance. These devices range from the high-end flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, to more affordable handsets like the brand new honor 5C. But, for someone who is looking to spend the bare minimum amount on a handset, you might find that your choices are limited.
Many tech websites, us included, are guilty of almost ignoring the cheap and cheerful smartphones in the market. Sure, when they launch we take a look at them, be like “oh they’re OK” and then move on. That makes it really hard for someone who is on a tight budget to make the right decision when purchasing a budget handset.
The thing is, as we’ve discovered after some pretty extensive testing, there are actually some really good cap ayam smartphones here in the market.
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