Featuring a 4-inch 800×480 display, the ASUS ZenFone 4 is the smallest device in ASUS ZenFone series. Similarly, the ZenFone 4 is also the most affordable model in the family since it will be priced at only RM 299 once it goes on sale in Malaysia later this month.
So, what does the ZenFone 4 is able to offer you in exchange for your hard-earned RM 300? Jump in for a brief look at the brand new affordable smartphone from ASUS.
Said to be the first of its kind, Logitech earlier this month has announced a brand new gaming mouse called the Logitech G502 Proteus Core. Equipped with a tuneable 12,000 dpi infra-red sensor that can also be switched on-the-fly, users are also able to customize the mouse’s weight and balance through the five 3.6g weights within its cavity.
Not enough with that, Proteus Core is also built with a 32-bit ARM processor that controls the mouse on-board memory which allows gamers to store their button settings, commands, and macros. Coming soon to our market later this month, gamers out there are now able to pre-order this latest piece of engineering from Logitech right from Lowyat.NET’s own online shop, Storekini.
Here’s an interesting news from the folks at the regional branch of Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong: you can soon obtain PlayStation Vita TV at a discounted price when you purchase a PlayStation 4 console here in Malaysia. As you might know, PS Vita TV is the non-portable version of the PS Vita handheld gaming machine that is designed to be used with your television set or display and was made available in our market since January this year.
If you haven’t heard of it before, the Eye-Fi SD card allows users to directly transfer photos to other devices such as PC, smartphones, and tablets without the need to take the card out of your camera. Instead, the photos are transferred wirelessly via Eye-Fi’s built-in Wi-Fi capability which is rather convenient especially when you are too occupied to transfer those images manually.
Now, the company has decided to go slightly further by announcing the availability of Eyefi Cloud.
There are plenty of features that ASUS has equipped into its new ZenFone smartphone series despite being priced at under RM 1000. One such feature that we have managed to check out ourselves during our brief time here at the ZenFone regional launch event in Jakarta is the PixelMaster Camera.
Even within the PixelMaster Camera itself, ASUS has included plenty of modes ranging from beautification to HDR to selfie helper that should be able to provide plenty of fun for users that love to snap photos. That being said, what have caught my attention the most is the camera’s Low Light Mode that is available only on ZenFone 5 and ZenFone 6 (sorry, ZenFone 4 future owners).
Seeing is believing, so read on to see more.
Essentially a subscription service, Office 365 Home allows users to use Microsoft Office to up to 5 different PCs or Macs together with up to 5 tablets. While it might be a great value for users that owned multiple devices or for a family, users that owns only one device might not be able to utilize it fully for the amount they pay for Office 365 Home.
So, ASUS ZenFone line of Intel-powered smartphones are now in our region. That being said, the release date for each countries in the region varies from one to another. For Malaysia, ASUS ZenFone release in our market has been shifted towards end of April instead of mid-April as per earlier report.
As for the pricing, ASUS Malaysia’s rep has confirmed to us here at the on-going ZenFone’s regional launch event in Jakarta that the price of ZenFone devices in Malaysia will start from RM 299 onwards.
First announced at CES 2014 earlier this year, ASUS today is launching their new ZenFone smartphone for South East Asia region here in Jakarta. Running on Android, the ZenFone series is powered by Intel Atom Z2000 family of dual-core processors and is available in the size of 4-inch as well as 5-inch and 6-inch.
It is more known as a company that produced gaming peripherals, Razer did surprised plenty of people when it decided to launch a smartband called Razer Nabu at CES 2014. The dual-display smartband is designed not only to relay notifications and track usage data but it is also able to discover other nearby Nabu which gives it a social capability.
Originally intended to be released to developers in Q1 this year, Razer has unfortunately delayed the release to end of May or early June according to the email that the company has sent to developers last week.
Earlier today, Facebook has released its second Global Government Requests Report which listed down the amount of data request that the popular social media company has received from governments throughout the world. Covering July to December 2013, the report is the follow-up to the report that the company released in August 2013.
Part of the new Windows Phone 8.1 devices that were announced at the recent Microsoft Build Developer Conference, Nokia Lumia 630 is the first device in the ecosystem to feature dual-SIM capability. The Finnish company has stated its intention to launch the device in Asian region next May and guess what: it just popped up in SIRIM’s database.
This is rather surprising: with any indication, Sony Malaysia today has announced the availability of the new Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet in our market. As you might able to recall, the tablet was originally launched at MWC 2014 and a number of Sony Centre in Klang Valley have begin to accept pre-orders from customers last month.