You might have heard of it but if you somehow missed the news or choose to ignore it, the PIKOM PC Fair has returned once again and is happening throughout this weekend at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC). NVIDIA is one of the exhibitors at the event, in support of PIKOM Game Master MOL Dota 2 Championship which is also taking place there.
Hence, it’s no surprise that NVIDIA is offering freebies for PC Fair visitors that are planning to purchase an NVIDIA GeForce-based laptops over there but it is not just any random prizes though. In fact, the company is giving away the new Nexus 9 tablet by HTC which is yet to be released in Malaysia.
With less than two month to go before We Run KL 21K takes place on 1 February 2015, Nike Malaysia has recently set up a pre-race expo at Taman Botanical Perdana (previously known as Taman Tasik Perdana) in Kuala Lumpur. What made it slightly different than previous pre-race event that Nike or even many organizers out there have organized is that it features quite a number of interesting scientific tools for visitors to utilize especially for We Run KL participants in order to prepare them for the upcoming half-marathon.
To be frank, this device is long time coming. It was first introduced to the world back in February during Mobile World Congress and BlackBerry has even published a number of preview through its official blog. Not to forget, consumers in selected region were even able to pre-order the device prior to today’s announcement.
So, here it is: the new BlackBerry Classic, formerly known as the BlackBerry Q20.
Last night was a big night for Huawei’s sub-brand Honor as not only it is celebrating its first anniversary as a separate entity but also the launch of several new products under its wing. We have discussed two of them – the Honor 6 Plus and Honor Box – earlier today, so now it is time to take a look at the third product that the company has announced at last night event: the octa-core version of Honor 4X.
As you might have heard, Lumia 535 is first self-branded Windows Phone device from Microsoft and it was released in Malaysia earlier this week for only RM 429. Built with 5-inch IPS display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, and 5-megapixels camera at its front as well as back, the device is currently the most affordable entry point to the world of Windows Phone 8 within Microsoft family.
But if you would like to try your luck and obtain it for free though, then you might want to read on further.
Throughout this week, AMD is currently hosting a roadshow at Plaza Low Yat in conjunction with the year-end festive season. Just like some of its previous roadshows, the company has roped in products from its numerous partners to be featured at the event. Additionally, there are also clearance and auction sales happening at the same time.
When the subject of high definition comes into discussion, most would have thought of 4K resolution which has been gaining traction from industry players and consumers as of late. But Dell has decided to go slightly further by coming out with a 5K resolution display and guess what, it will be made available in Malaysia tomorrow.
If you are using a Lenovo laptop that was purchased between February 2011 and June 2012, then this news is for you: the company has announced that the power cords for laptops that was acquired during the said period might have a faulty power cord. Hence, Lenovo has initiated a worldwide recall program for it effective immediately.
In time for the year-end festive season, you might have realized that plenty of manufacturers have decided to release new smartphones into our market as of late. One of them is TCL Mobile who has just launched the new Alcatel One Touch Flash in Malaysia yesterday.
Built with a 5.5-inch 720p IPS display, TCL Mobile boldly claim it as one of the world’s best selfie smartphone due to its 5-megapixels front-facing camera. While we can’t vouch for the claim at the moment, there are definitely more to the phablet than just a substantially sized front camera.
To celebrate two decades of PlayStation’s existence (and some also said dominance) in the gaming world, Sony recently has revealed a special 20th Anniversary edition for its PlayStation 4 console with a limited run of only 12,300 units. Naturally, one can expect to see some of these units end up on eBay but guess how much that the console is able to fetch at the popular online auction site?
USD 20,100 to be exact, which is equivalent to RM 70,060. Wow.