Samsung Galaxy Note is hitting the shelves today and the RRP (recommended Retail Price) is RM2,299 in Malaysia. If you are looking for a mobile device that is a hybrid of mobile phone and palm-size tablet then Galaxy Note is for you as it features a huge 5.3″ screen and it comes with an advanced smart stylus called S Pen.
Below is the highlight of its specifications :-
- 1.4GHz Dual Core Processor
- 16GB Internal memory & optional microSD (up to 32GB)
- 5.3″ HD Super AMOLED screen (1280 x 800, 285 PPI)
- Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS
- 8MP rear camera with LED Flash
- 1080p 30fps Full HD video recording
- S Pen (Advanced smart pen)
- Li-on 2,500 mAh battery
Global positioning system (GPS) device has gained its popularity in Malaysia in the past few years and we have seen many different brands coming into the market with competitive prices since then. It’s always good for the consumers to have options picking the right GPS device because each of us may have different considerations in term of the pricing, features, hardware, ease of use, etc.
Recently I got my hands on this affordable Gogopal Q4.3 GPS Navigator which is selling at only RM299. It is one of the cheapest 4.3″ touch screen GPS devices I’ve seen in the market so far.
Just recently a friend of mine dropped her portable hard disk drive (HDD) from her desk onto the floor and the portable hard disk drive is not working anymore. She called me for help as she was so worried of losing all the photos and videos of her little baby in the hard disk drive. The data is so valuable to her as the baby is her first child and she wants to keep a record of her baby’s growing up journey in all stages.
The biggest problem for her is that she didn’t make any backup copy of the photos and videos, therefore a reliable Data Recovery service would be her best choice to retrieve all the data from the damaged hard disk drive.
She can’t just open the hard disk herself because a hard disk drive can only be opened in a “clean room” with special equipments to avoid causing further damage to the hard disk platter that is containing the data. Even a very tiny particle like dust or a scratch on the hard disk platter would ruin the chance of getting back the data.
Now all she needs is a professional data recovery company that offers transparent pricing, high success rate of recovery and equipped with industry leading data recovery facilities. Hope she can get all the photos and videos back at the lowest possible cost.
First hand information in Nokia World I wish to get,
I will share it on my blog to people haven’t known it yet.
Nokia World is the place a fan dreams to go,
and I am a big fan through and through, yo!
Nokia Headquarters I went by bus as a crazy fan,
I even took a picture of me holding a Nokia N8 in my hand!
Together with Nokia in June a Guinness World Record I set,
hope in October Nokia sends me to Nokia World 2011 in a jet.
Note: This post is specially coded (with image effect) to show how excited I am about Nokia World 2011. Images will appear by pointing your cursor to the links. By the way, the is the first poem of my life! :D
I finally received Nokia N9 yesterday and did a quick unboxing video shooting right after getting it. The unit I got is a Black 64GB Nokia N9 (Malaysia unit) and it comes with the basic accessories as follows :-
- 1 x rubber casing with the same colour matching the phone.
- 1 x microUSB cable for charging and data transfer.
- 1 x slim travel charger.
- 1 x Nokia earphone.
- A warranty card, a quick guide and a product manual.
Below are some product pictures of the sexy Nokia N9.
Google Mobile has released its latest Google Translate app for Android with a fascinating Conversation feature. The app is now able to translate spoken words into another language and speak the translated words back to the user. The Conversation mode currently supports 14 languages including English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, Czech, Turkish, Chinese (Mandarin), Japanese, Korean, and Polish. It is for sure a dream app for a travel lover like me!
It’s easy to use Google Translate in Conversation mode, just speak into your phone’s microphone and the app will translate what you’ve said and speak the translation out loud from the phone’s speaker. If there’s another person who is speaking the foreign language is beside you, the person can then reply in their language and Conversation Mode will translate what they said and read it back to you. Totally awesome!