While the 40″ version is an affordable Full HD option at 1,999 CNY (about RM1,175), the latest version boasts a 4K Ultra HD resolution screen using Samsung’s RGB LCD panel. Like its original 49″ version, it features a 178 degree viewing angle with a 8ms response time along with a static contrast ratio of 4000:1.
The Surface Pro 3 is one of my favourite laptops, so much so that I went out and bought one, but the RM5,000 price tag for the 256GB version (plus Type Cover and one year of Office 365 subscription) that I got took a hefty toll on my wallet. If you’re like me and the flexibility of a Microsoft Surface is something that you look for in a computer but don’t really want to fork out a big wad of cash for a computer, then you might want to take a look at this.
Microsoft has just announced the Surface 3, a cheaper alternative to the Surface Pro 3. Designed around a specific price point and targeted at students, schools and anyone looking for an affordable, ultra-portable computer, you can’t expect industrial strength performance from the Surface 3 but you can expect it to get your basic computing needs sorted.
In conjunction with its 5th anniversary, Xiaomi brings a new variant for the Mi Note. But before you get all excited, the new Mi Note is not getting a new processor or more memory, instead it is specially designed for the ladies. It will be shod in a wonderfully feminine shade of pink.
Despite being virtually unchanged, since it was launched in January this year, the Mi Note is no slouch. The 5.7-inch full HD (1920×1080) developed by Sharp/JDI boasts a contrast ratio of 1400:1, it’s protected with 2.5D Gorilla Glass 3 and features a 3.0 thin bezel. The device is a workhorse with a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor mated 3GB of RAM that’s sure to keep up with the most demanding of tasks and multitasking processes. You get an option of 16GB or 64GB of storage and a dual 4G SIM card slot — one slot housing a micro SIM while the other, a nano SIM. In terms of battery, the Mi Note packs a 3,000mAh unit developed by Sony and LG.
Xiaomi is now five years old and they have prepared something special for is Mi Fans in Malaysia. On 8th April, the Mi Online store will be introducing a couple of new products, discounted bundles and extra promos at selected times.
The new products on the Malaysian Mi Store include:
*New* Mi Headphones – RM319
Redmi 2 (Dark Grey Colour) – RM449
Mi Power Bank 5000 mAh (Red Colour) – RM40
Mi LED Light (Blue/White Colour) – RM16
Mi Band Strap (Blue/Yellow Colour) – RM16
Mi Moo Cow Phone Stand (Blue Colour) – RM10
Teddy Mi Bunny 25cm (Brown/Pink Colour) – RM34
The new products will be available at 12PM and 8PM time slots.
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As Xiaomi celebrates its 5th anniversary, they have just announced a couple of new products ranging from smart phones, TVs and smart appliances. As rumoured earlier, Xiaomi is going for an even affordable smart phone by introducing the Redmi 2A. Essentially this is the same device as the current Redmi 2 but it carries an even lower price tag of 599 CNY (about RM357).
If ordered on 8th April (one day only), the Redmi 2A is offered at an even lower 499 CNY price tag which is about RM297. That’s quite a lot of savings considering the standard Redmi 2 is priced at 699 CNY which is currently sold at RM449 in Malaysia.
The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge represents a new direction for Samsung. In direct response to customer complaints, the brand created its new flagship smartphone on a clean slate with a strong emphasis on premium build, quality materials and a timeless design. While the S6 and S6 Edge are the best build and most beautifully designed phones Samsung has ever created, the biggest question in everyone’s mind right now is, does all this goodness come with a hefty price tag.
Early information obtained from reliable sources within the industry seem to indicate that and now that Samsung has released the official pricing of the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge for Singapore, you might want to sit down before you ask, how much is the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
So are you ready for it?
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There have been rumours that Apple will be coming out with three new phones this year, and they do sound legit considering it’s about time for a refresher. Thanks to mobile parts reseller Future Supplier, we may have a sneak peek at the iPhone 6C’s back cover will be like.
Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 edge aren’t waterproof as most of us know, but Keaton Keller from TechSmartt wanted to find out just how long can it hold up to water exposure, and the results are surprising.
Maxis today unveiled their new MaxisONE Club (MOC) privilege program for it’s MOC Elite members in recognition for longtime customer loyalty and patronage. Maxis postpaid customers are invited to join the MOC or MOC Elite based on their monthly spends to enjoy rewards based on the two tiers.