Philips BDM4065UC 40-inch 4K UHD Monitor Review – Introduction & Unboxing

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“Do you really need such a huge computer monitor?”, that’s one of the few questions I received when I was reviewing this huge Philips 40-inch 4K LED Monitor (BDM4065UC). Most of the time, I responded with “it depends on what are you using it for?” as an answer. The reason is that if you are using a 40″ 4K monitor for web browsing and Facebook surfing then it’s really an overkill. On the other hand, if you are using it for watching 4K movies, coding, photo/video editing, drawing, designing, accounting, meeting presentation, or even light gaming, then a 40″ 4K monitor is a suitable choice for you.

Philips BDM4065UC 40-inch 4K UHD Monitor
Philips BDM4065UC 40-inch 4K UHD Monitor

Something you need to know

A 4K monitor, such as this Philips BDM4065UC, packs a display resolution of 3840×2160. This is about four times as many pixels as a Full HD (1920×1080) display! Spreading the 4K resolution over a diagonal viewing area of 40” inches will give it a pixel density of 110ppi. So, it’s at more manageable level than the 163ppi and 138ppi densities found on 4K screens with 27″ and 32″ monitors respectively. In other words, it means reading text is more comfortable and scaling is practically not needed for Windows desktop applications on a 40″ monitor with 4K resolution.

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Philips BDM4065UC 40-inch 4K UHD Monitor Review – Introduction & Unboxing




Dear Streamyx (Telekom Malaysia), Please Stop Trolling Me!

This post has been viewed 88281 times since Monday 26 October 2015 @ 6:26 pm

It’s been a while since I last posted here due to commitment in my new projects and offline duty as a new parent. Today I’m back to blogging thanks to my pathetic Internet connection, ironically. My current Internet speed provided by Streamyx, a broadband service by Telekom Malaysia (TM), is so pathetic it irks me and I had to post the speed test on my Instagram.


Then TMConnects replied to my post in Twitter, which is a good sign. So I’m here writing this lengthy post to tell my side of story in case they really care.

Here goes the story!

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Dear Streamyx (Telekom Malaysia), Please Stop Trolling Me!




Simple Tips to Make Your POS Display Stand Out

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The face of retail has certainly changed from even a decade ago. According to Retail Week, there are artificial intelligence displays being tested right now. These kinds of displays may be soon coming to a store near you. But for now, you want to make sure that you are doing all you can to make your POS stand out from the rest so that you are able to get the sales. Below are some tips and suggestions from Business 2 Community that you can use to help with making your POS displays stand out from the rest.

POS Display

Be Bold to Get Attention

A bold, bright design is going to attract your customers’ eyes. Use compelling, large designs that match the theme of your product. Play with contrasting, bright colors that are hard to ignore. Be sure that the display you have is standing out from the other POS efforts for merchandising.

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Simple Tips to Make Your POS Display Stand Out




Which Postpaid Call Plan (With Data) By Major Telcos In Malaysia Is Best For You?

This post has been viewed 384718 times since Friday 22 August 2014 @ 5:15 am

Sometimes we face a dilemma in deciding which call plan to subscribe when we are changing our mobile phone plan or switching between mobile network providers (a.k.a. telcos). There are so many different packages and bundles available from each telco and it’s really hard to tell which is better. Therefore, here I’m putting all the figures into an organized table for side-by-side comparison and sharing my views on all postpaid call plans (with/without data) from 4 major telcos in Malaysia, namely Maxis, Celcom, DiGi & U Mobile.

Malaysia Telco Call Plans Comparison

I leave Yes 4G out of the comparison even though their user base has been expanding since the launch in 2010 because their WiMax network is not compatible with GSM phones that most of us are using. Besides, I only select call plans without phone bundle in order to keep the comparison simple and straightforward. Please note that only 2 call plans in my comparison are contract based, which are Ultimate Device Plans (24-month) and U Platinum (36-month) by U Mobile. Otherwise, we are free to switch plans at anytime.


Malaysia Telco Call Plans Comparison
Malaysia Telco Call Plans Comparison Full Table – Updated 22/8/14 (Click to enlarge)

Maxis Call Plans

Celcom Call Plans

DiGi Call Plans

U Mobile Call Plans

 

Main factors influencing your decision

As we can see from the full table above, call plans from all telcos have limited data quotas which make filtering through these call plans a lot easier. Furthermore, we don’t make calls or send SMS as many as we used to, all thanks to the new generation messaging and VoIP (Voice over IP) apps, such as WhatsApp, WeChat, Google Hangout, Facebook Messenger and Skype.

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Picking The Right Laptop Backpack

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When it comes to picking the right laptop backpack for ourselves, the selection decision usually will come down to the factors such as design, safety features, comfortableness, capacity, weight, etc. Not all laptop backpacks are created the same, some are having more storage compartment, some look more sporty, some are built with stronger and more durable materials and some are lighter. Anyway, we’ll pick one based on our personal preference and needs most of the times.

It is not hard to choose a backpack that suits you at MalaysiaBag.com as they are a laptop backpack supplier in Malaysia that offers a wide variety of laptop backpacks, from top of the range executive laptop backpack to budget ones. They have all kinds of laptop backpack that suit your need as listed below, just to name a few :-

  • BL1139 – High quality executive laptop backpack made of Polyester. Good for business use.
  • BL9260 – Multipurpose laptop backpack made of Nylon 1680D, with multiple storage compartments.
  • BL1671 – Convertible laptop backpack that you can turn it into a shoulder bag.
  • BL1133 – Canvas laptop backpack that students will love it.
  • BL3571-II – Budget laptop backpack made of Nylon 1680D with vibrant colours.
Executive Laptop Backpack
BL1139 – High quality executive laptop backpack made of Polyester. Good for business use.

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Sell Your Illustrations Online to Your Target Market in Less Time

This post has been viewed 395158 times since Tuesday 22 July 2014 @ 12:21 pm

Creating illustrations can be a lot of fun. The more talented you are, the more your talents are going to be in demand. Of course, when you first get started out trying to sell your illustrations, you might feel a little lost. The good news is there are many opportunities for you to make the most of your illustrations when you look to sell them online. You open up your market to a much wider audience, and you have the ability to make a real name for yourself. In other words, this means learning how to utilize the tools available to you online as well as making the most of your time. Marketing yourself online can be tricky and it can take a lot of hard work. However, with these tools, you can get what you are looking for in a much shorter period of time.

Illustration

Second Hand Selling Sites

According to Mashable, there are plenty of sites available to help you sell your illustrations online. All you need to do is find the different sites that concentrate on the illustrations you are looking to sell and you are going to find it’s easy to sell illustrations online. The one thing to remember is these sites make their money by taking a cut of the money you are going to make by selling your illustrations. When you set your prices, you might want to set your prices to accommodate for the amount of money the site is going to take as their commission. This way, you are still going to get paid the amount you want to get paid and the site is happy because it’s able to make enough money to stay in business. Keep in mind these sites can take a while for your illustrations to sell, but as long as you put a lot on the site, you are going to have an easy time of seeing a constant income.

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