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Celcom Offers Samsung ATIV Smart PC Bundled With Celcom First Data Plan

Thursday 24 January 2013 @ 2:35 pm

Windows 8 tablet has become the latest addition to the wide variety of mobile devices offered by Celcom as they’ve added Samsung ATIV Smart PC into the lineup. Samsung ATIV Smart PC is now available from as low as RM1,758 with contract bundling on Celcom First Data.

Samsung ATIV Smart PC

Samsung’s first Windows 8 3G tablet

If you are looking for a Windows 8 tablet, feel free to drop by Blue Cube Sunway Iconic this 25 January 2013 to experience this Samsung’s first Windows 8 3G tablet. At the Sunway outlet, Celcom will give away RM90 Liquipel vouchers to the first 200 customers and FREE Samsung Keyboard Dock & Pouch worth RM550 for the first 30 customers. So, don’t miss this good opportunity to grab the exclusive deal.

Samsung ATIV Smart PC

Samsung ATIV Smart PC is the perfect gadget for professionals on the go as well as casual web surfers who enjoy going online. Samsung ATIV Smart PC packs the features of a PC and the ease of mobility of a tablet to produce a high-end lifestyle gadget with the following specifications:-

  • Windows 8 (Full PC OS)
  • Intel dual-core 1.5GHz Atom (Clover Trail) CPU
  • 64GB Storage, 2GB RAM
  • 11.6” SuperBright Plus with Full HD LED display
  • 8MP rear camera & 2MP front camera
  • 3G network support
  • S-Pen stylus & S-Note application
  • Bluetooth 4.0
Samsung ATIV Smart PC

Windows 8 full PC OS makes the Samsung ATIV Smart PC both a high-performance PC as well as an entertainment media tablet. Capable of switching swiftly between apps along with touchscreen features to help move things around faster, this device closes the gap between work and leisure. Samsung ATIV Smart PC comes with its S-Pen stylus and S-Note application to take advantage of the wide 11.6” touchscreen. The combination of S-Pen and S-Note on the Samsung ATIV Smart PC is making handwriting recognition, drawing, design of cards or invitations a lot easier.

Celcom First Data

The Samsung ATIV Smart PC is bundled with Celcom First Data so users will experience the fastest network on this Windows 8 tablet like never before. From RM1,758, you can enjoy faster speeds, more voice and data value as well as special rebates when you subscribe to any of these Celcom First Data plans:-

Samsung ATIV Smart PC
RRP: RM2,499
Celcom First Data
Lite + Voice
Celcom First Data
Basic + Voice
Celcom First Data
Advance + Voice
Monthly Commitment RM48 RM68 RM98
Device Upfront 12 months RM200 RM300 RM350
24 months RM500
Special Rebate 12 months RM200
(Rebated RM20
x 10 months)
(Rebated RM30
x 10 months)
(Rebated RM35
x 10 months)
24 months RM500
(Rebated RM50
x 10 months)
Data volume 1.5GB 4GB 6GB
Device Price 12 months RM2,108 RM2,058 RM1,998
24 months RM1,958 RM1,858 RM1,758
Voice Plan Voice Calls 15sen/min (nationwide)
Video Calls
SMS 10sen/SMS
MMS 20sen/MMS

Why choose Celcom First?

  • It’s the best of Celcom Territory, wherever you go.
  • The widest network coverage anywhere in Malaysia, indoors, outdoors and on-the-move.
  • The best network quality, be it messaging, voice calls, video calls, surfing, email, etc.
  • Celcom gives you the richest web and video streaming experience with its stable connection

To find out more details about the Samsung ATIV Smart PC bundle plan, visit

Intel Producing 32nm Processors Next Year!

Wednesday 10 December 2008 @ 2:44 pm

Intel So you heard them! Intel has completed the development phase of its next-generation 32 nanometers (nm) processors. They are now planning to roll out an entirely new 32nm processor in the fourth quarter of 2009! No sign of slowing down in processor development despite cutting its next year revenue forecast by 1 billion.

In fact, it’s always the plan in Intel to introduce an entirely new processor micro-architecture with a cutting edge manufacturing process about every 12 months. They proudly claimed such achievement to be an effort unmatched in the industry, this I totally agree with no doubt at all.

Besides, producing 32nm chips next year would mark the fourth consecutive year Intel has met its goal.

You may ask what’s so fascinating about 32nm?

Well, it simply means by using such technology Intel is able to use more energy-efficient, denser and higher performing transistors on a processor. Hence, giving you more power with less energy consumption.

Hopefully we’ll also see price dropping for older processors, which will be a bargain for the consumers.

On a side note, AMD just released their first 45nm Opteron server processor last month, now Intel is talking about manufacturing 32nm processors next year. Looks like AMD still have a long way to catch its main competitor’s tail, huh?

Intel Launched Fastest Desktop Processor, Core i7

Tuesday 18 November 2008 @ 12:00 pm

Intel just did a counter attack at the right time! After knewing AMD is catching up with the launching of its first 45nm Opteron processor, Intel today announced its latest desktop processor, Core i7!

Intel Core i7

This new desktop processor from Intel, the first member of a new family of Nehalem processor designs, is claimed to be the fastest desktop processor by scoring a world record of 117 for the SPECint_base_rate2006 benchmark test. This is by far the most sophisticated Intel desktop processor ever built with new technologies that boost performance.

Intel Core i7

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Intel P4 Processor Blown Up

Thursday 12 January 2006 @ 11:53 pm

While enjoy watching some cool Ronaldinho tricks at Google Video, another video clip titled Exploding Overclocking Extreme Intel P4 Vaporizing caught my eyes.

P4 Blown Up

This 1 min 43 sec long Belgium video (it was uploaded from a Belgium website) demonstrating how a Intel Pentium 4 processor get blown up after removing the heatsink. The consequence of taking away the heatsink is strange in this case because in most case the processor will only be overheated.

I would say blown up is an exceptional case even if overheating, enjoy the video! :)

ASUS Launches Lamborghini Laptop Series

Saturday 7 January 2006 @ 11:12 pm

After a seeing the announcement of a partnership between Intel and Lamborghini in combining computer technology into on a number of projects automobile few months ago. Asus, one of the large computer components maker and the Italian deluxe sports car maker, Lamborghini, have announced a comprehensive partnership which enables Asus to produce Lamborghini Laptop Series that uses Lamborghini designs.


Without a doubt, this partnership is a marketing strategy to respond to the popular Acer’s Ferrari Laptop Series. None of the specification of the laptop series was disclosed, but noticing the Intel-Lamborghini partnership has ben taken place last year, the next generation Intel Centrino Duo technology is highly possible to be integrated.

Lamborghini Laptop Series will be shipped in April, 2006 and it will be mass produced unlike the Lamborghini automobile, which has limited unit of stocks. According to Asus, the Lamborghini Notebook Series is available in both yellow and black.

Latest Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 955 CPU

Friday 30 December 2005 @ 4:31 pm

Pentium EE
It’s been 3 weeks I last touched this blog, sorry everyone. I’m back now after a few busy and hectic weeks, though I’m suppose to enjoy my holidays.

Anyway, let’s take a look of the latest Intel processors, Pentium Extreme Edition 955. The speed for this Dual Core CPU is clocked at 3.46GHz, which is currently the highest speed for desktop computer. It is utilizing a faster FSB (Front Side Bus) too, at 1066MHz.

As I mentioned is an earlier post, saying Intel Processors are able to go beyond 4GHz by utilizing the latest 65nm process technology, this processor is manufactured using 65nm technology instead of 90nm that most of the new desktop processors are using. The lower the process technology means lower processor’s power requirements and more processors can be produced in a silicon wafer, hence, lower the manufacturing cost.

Using 65nm process technology, 955 is operating at 1.20 – 1.33V operating voltage range while drawing a power of approximately 130 watts.

As compared to the last CPU Intel released, Pentium Extreme Edition 840 that runs on 3.2 GHz, Pentium Extreme Edition 955 doubles the amount of Level 2 (L2) cache from 2MB to 4MB (2MB for each core) !
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Latest Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 955 CPU

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