The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are available in Malaysia since 6 April but did you know that both were only launched in their home market, China, last week? During their first day sale on 12 April, Huawei had generated over 100 million RMB (about RM61.98 million) in P20 sales within the first 10 seconds on Vmall China. While they didn’t share the specific number of units, it’s still quite a remarkable achievement, especially for a brand new flagship product.
UPDATE: Xiaomi is launching the Redmi Note 5 in Malaysia on 24 April 2018.
Xiaomi has just announced the Redmi Note 5 in Indonesia and it’s the first market to get the device in South East Asia. In case you missed it, the device also coming to Malaysia very soon and we now have a clearer indication of the specs and possible pricing.
While the ASUS ROG Zephyrus was definitely a showstopper last year, it wasn’t exactly the best “laptop” primarily because the track pad was in such a weird position. Then again, this isn’t something that was uniquely ASUS’ problem.
Sure, you could get used to it, or use a mouse. But what if you didn’t want that. Well, for those, you’ve got the ROG Zephyrus M (GM501). It’s a laptop that keeps a lot of what’s good with the Zephyrus but in a form that makes sense.