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I’m now taking part of this Asian Angry Birds Challenge and need some “like” on my entry. The entire “liking” process will take maximum 3 seconds and you don’t need to join any group or fan page to click the “like”, so no worries. :)
Hope you don’t mind to help go to this link then click the “like” button at the bottom of the page. http://finnair.inoob.fi/angry-birds/?p=292
- 1. Go http://finnair.inoob.fi/angry-birds/?p=292 then scroll to the bottom.
- 2. Click the Like button at the bottom of the page, as illustrated in the picture below. :)
Thank you so much for clicking the “Like” and I really appreciate your help.
I received an invitation to the media launch of the most anticipated first MeeGo phone from Nokia, Nokia N9. The media launch date is 13th September 2011, therefore I think the official launch date in Malaysia won’t be too far away.
If you are interested in Nokia N9 and want to know more about this latest smartphone running MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan OS, check out my special preview of Nokia N9 post.
Will update the information of the retail pricing and packages from local telcos (Maxis, DiGi & Celcom) next week. So stay tuned. :)
Last week I posted 10 Nokia N9 HD videos into my Youtube Channel and they have already received more than 18k views in less than 1 week. Looks like a lot of people are interested in this smartphone that runs on MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan OS.
My Nokia N9 videos are quite brief because I had only 1 hour+ to explore everything on the phone during the special preview session. I tried my best to capture as many things on video but I think that’s not enough for you all so I decided to write this long post to feature all the important aspects I found in Nokia N9.
Below is a list of the key features of Nokia N9 :-
- OS: MeeGo 1.2 Harmattan
- Processor: 1Ghz ARM Cortex-A8 OMAP3630 (45nm)
- GPU graphics processor: PowerVR SGX530
- Memory: 1GB RAM
- Storage: 16GB OR 64GB
- Display: 3.9″ (resolution 854×480) WVGA AMOLED display with curved Gorilla glass, no air gap, anti-glare polarizer
- Network: Pentaband (WCDMA 850, 900, 1900, 1700, 2100), Quadband (GSM/EDGE 850, 900, 1800, 1900)
- Camera: 8MP Carl Zeiss, auto-focus, 28mm wide-angle lens, 2x LED flash
- SIM card type: Micro-SIM
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, A-GPS, WiFi 802.11abgn, NFC, 3.5mm AV connector, micro-USB
- Battery: 1450mAh
- Size / Weight: 116.45mm (L) x 61.2mm (W) x 7.6-12.1mm (T) / 135g
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.
September last year, Nokia shot the world’s smallest stop-motion animation named Dot using a Nokia N8. Now a short film named Gulp has broken a world record for the world’s largest stop-motion animation and it is entirely shot on a Nokia N8 too.
This new stop-motion film was created by Sumo Science at Aardman and shot at Pendine Beach in South Wales. Watch the video below and be amazed. :)
Last week, Motorola Atrix was launched in Malaysia and 2 specially designed accessories were introduced as well :
- Motorola HD Multimedia Dock : RRP RM439
- Motorola LapdockTM : RRP RM1399
Both of these accessories run on Motorola’s revolutionary webtop application, which aim to bring desktop-like or laptop-like PC experience on a smartphone. You may read the details of these 2 accessories and webtop application in my previous post.
Take a look of how Motorola Atrix is used on the Motorola HD Multimedia Dock :-
The video below will show you how Motorola Atrix is used on the Motorola Lapdock :-