While most of the attention was directed at the new Radeon R9 Fury X as well as Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series cards during their official Malaysian launch event earlier this week, AMD did bring a couple of surprises to the event. They came in the form of two upcoming graphics cards: the Radeon R9 Nano and a yet to be named graphics card that features dual Fiji GPUs.
[Update] Celcom is offering discounts for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus too. Get them from as low as RM238 with a Celcom First postpaid plan. Details available after the break.
Hari Raya is around the corner and Celcom wants to celebrate by offering selected devices at a lower price. Sign up for a contract with the telco and walk home with a brand new smartphone from as low as RM138 – the devices available for this promotion includes Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge, Note 4, Note Edge and BlackBerry Classic.
It was only few weeks ago at E3 2015 that AMD has finally taken the drape off its latest pride and joy, a brand new GPU chip codenamed Fiji which is the foundation of several graphics card including the Radeon R9 Fury X. As opposed to the company’s Radeon R9 and R7 300 Series graphics cards which is already widely available in our market, it is quite hard to source an R9 Fury X in Malaysia at the moment but that didn’t stop AMD from having an official Malaysian launch event for it earlier this week anyway.
The Xiaomi Mi Band‘s successor has been seen in the wild, and it seems to be sporting a heart rate sensor now. Dubbed as the Mi Band 1S, it has been spotted on NCC Taiwan’s website – basically Taiwan’s equivalent of SIRIM in Malaysia. This leak is as official as it gets without Xiaomi itself confirming it.
In the market for a premium 8-inch tablet? Then Huawei’s new MediaPad M2 tablet could be right up your alley. Powered by a HiSilicon Kirin 930 processor (the very same chipset found in the Huawei P8), this all-metal 7.8mm thin tablet has just been spotted in SIRIM’s database, suggesting that a Malaysian launch could be happening very soon.
In an age where even government agencies are spying on its own people, it is perhaps easy to understand why some people are getting very paranoid. Some can get so paranoid that they’re even thinking that phone makers are secretly installing a chip that steals your personal data stored on your phone…for whatever purposes a paranoid mind can think of.
Hewlett-Packard has filed the necessary paperwork for the company to split itself into two entities. The existing HP Inc will remain intact, but the server business will be spun off as Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. This neatly divides the company between consumer tech and enterprise services,