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Sometimes picking the right promotional gift for a corporate event can be a headache, especially when the top management wants the gift to be something practical and useful that the users will use on a daily basis. In this case, power bank with personalized company logo would be a perfect promotional gift in this digital era when mobile power source has become a necessity for most of us who are heavily relying on our smartphones everyday. Smartphones are so powerful these days, it can be used for many purposes like email checking, telecommunication, web browsing, getting in touch on social networks, etc. However, the poor battery life is the main limitation preventing us from continuous usage without having to look for a power source in the middle of the day. A smartphone is only as useful as a paperweight when the battery is completely depleted, therefore a quality power bank is always a good companion for smartphone users.
There are countless types of power bank available in the market nowadays but not many of them are using reliable original battery from reputable battery manufacturers. Mobile Charger is a leading power bank supplier in Malaysia offering good quality power banks with various capacity ranging from 2,800mah to 11,200mah. All power banks supplied by Mobile Charger are using high end original Samsung battery and come with 6 months warranty.
Mobile Charger is also offering the following power bank branding services too :-
- Power Bank Silkscreen Printing – uses a woven mesh to support an ink-blocking stencil to receive a desired image.
- Power Bank Pad Printing – applied to non flat surface. Tube power bank has to be printed using this method as the surface is round.
- Power Bank Laser Engraving – create long lasting branding as the logo will stay permanently on the power bank.
Personalize the power bank with company logo is an efficient way to create awareness of a brand or product. Besides, the retention value of quality power bank is very much higher as compare to conventional promotional gifts like pen or notebook. Anyway, only quality power banks are worth putting the company logo on, furthermore a long lasting power bank can definitely give a good impression to the users too. Please feel free to visit mobilecharger.com.my and check out their range of quality power banks.
Ever since the invention of USB flash drive, pen drive (thumb drives) has become the most widely used computer peripherals that we use it almost every day. However, most of the pen drives available in the market these days are either having a standard rectangular design or the look is not appealing. Ever wish to have a pen drive that is designed by you or in a shape that is unique and special? Now we can have custom made pen drive that can be customized according to the design, colours and shape of your choice!
Custom made USB pen drive would definitely be the best corporate gifts because it gives a very long-lasting impression to the user. The unique design of the pen drive carries your brand and company logo would have easily imprinted in the mind of the users as they will probably use the device on daily basis. I’m sure it’s one of the best promotional products to build a company image.
Besides, custom made pen drive can be a memorable gift for special events such as product launching, school alumni gathering, wedding ceremony, etc. Pictures and files can be saved into the pen drive before giving it to the participants during the event. The participants would definitely love it. In this case, the custom made pen drive doesn’t only save the data but it saves some good memories in it too.
IT Gifts Marketing, one of the pioneers in making custom made USB flash drives in Malaysia, is able to create custom made USB flash drives from photograph, 3D design, real object or even from a sketch. The finished product is made of eco friendly PVC rubber. Minimum order is 200 pieces per design and the price is depending on the quantity ordered, pen drive storage capacity and complexity of the design. The company has been in this business since 2009 so look no further if you wish to order custom made pen drive. Please feel free to drop them an email with your drafted design or product photo then they will get back to you with a quotation based on your requirements.
For further information, please visit www.itgifts.com.my.
Ever thought of having a laser projector that is small in size and light-weight so that you can conveniently bring it around and on top of that being compatible with many portable devices on different occasions? I-connect ViewX Laser Pico Projector could be the right projector for you.
I was totally impressed with the size and weight of I-connect ViewX Laser Pico Projector when I first got it for a review. It sports a dimension of 14mm x 60mm x 118 mm and weights only 122g including battery. It looks just like a mobile phone and I’m sure it fits nicely in any adult’s hand, even kid’s!
I-connect ViewX Laser Pico Projector
I-connect ViewX Laser Pico Projector is the first palm-sized projector that is compatible to Apple’s iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. The projector is completely plug-n-play and it works instantly with all these iOS devices.
Just received an SMS yesterday evening from my mobile service provider, Maxis, informing the launch of the official iPhone 3G in Malaysia.
Well, after about 2 years since its first launch in the US, the long-awaited iPhone has finally hit Malaysia… a little too late.
Last December, I wrote a post about the failure iPhone 3G suffered during its launch in India. Frankly, I would expect the same will happen in Malaysia.
Below are my top 8 reasons why official iPhone 3G would fail in Malaysia :-
- 1. The hype of iPhone is certainly over. What iPhone? It’s all about recession right now!
- 2. Many iPhone killer (mostly touchscreen mobile phones) are freely available with no string (the stupid subscription plan) attached.
- 3. One of iPhone rivals, Nokia XpressMusic 5800, is selling at less than half of the iPhone 3G’s price. Would you pay around RM3,000 for an iPhone 3G, while you can get a XpressMusic 5800 for only RM1,400?
- 4. Too costly, for a mobile phone with only 2MP camera, no MMS, lack of Bluetooth support, no Flash support, no cut&paste function, etc.
- 5. No unlimited data plan. The maximum data usage included is 3GB and you have no other choice to make it unlimited using their subscription plan.
- 6. Reading through the lengthy terms & conditions before signing up makes me dizzy. The killer is actually the last term saying “Other Terms and Conditions apply.“! o_O”
- 7. You can get unlocked smuggled iPhone 3G easily, at a much lower price. This is Malaysia, you know! You may then top it up with an unlimited data package for only
RM120RM99/month from the same provider (Maxis). LoL!
- 8. The real iPhone killer is launching soon! The price is about the same too.
I understand iPhone fans may not agree to any (if not all) of the reasons above. Anyway, tell me what do you think.
Google is counting down to 2009 with us in its own way : by showing us tips of how to use various Google services on each day in this month.
Today’s tips is to keep an eye on your stocks by searching for its Stock Symbol using Google.
Well, not like there will be any sharp hike in price soon. Haha… :p
Anyway, head over to Google Countdown To 2009 page and check out all 15 tips so far.
In fact, instead of showing us tips for existing services I would love to see them revealing information on new services that they’ll release next year. It’ll be more interesting then, don’t you think so?
It seems that not everyone is anticipating the launch of iPhone in their country. Well, at least not in India.
The launch in Hong Kong and Singapore was fascinating and quite successful. I was there in Hong Kong when the iPhone was first launched, long queues and big crowds were easily to be seen outside the selected mobile phone outlets. So does what happened in Singapore, but unfortunately not in India.
It is reported there were only around 12,000 units sold since its first day launching in India, which is less than a quarter of the imported 50,000 iPhones for sale in India. Is this the effect of the economy slowdown? Or disappointing marketing campaign? Or just merely difference in taste?
Anyway, some say that a flawed sales and distribution model and communications failure contributed heavily to the debacle, such as :-
- Outlets failed to obtain necessary permissions to stay open in midnight for the midnight sale.
- Apple spent very little on marketing for the iPhone prior to its launch
- Apple’s failure to properly communicate how much the iPhone would cost in India
Apple initially announced that iPhone would be selling for about US$199 globally and this news gave potential customers false hope because Apple is now selling 8Gig version for US$700, while 16Gig version for US$825 in India.
I suppose iPhone will be launched in Malaysia next year, which is a year troubled by bad economy. Do you think we’ll see pathetic sale here as well?