Having recently announced its own range of gaming peripherals, Fnatic has announced that its range of Fnatic Gear products will soon be available here in Malaysia. Ranging from a gaming mouse, mechanical keyboard and two mouse mats, will all be sold in stores beginning next month.
In addition to the announcement of the FATTNET from Xpax prepaid plan, Celcom also introduced a new smartphone leasing plan called NewPhone. Only the second such plan offered by a local telco, NewPhone allows users to upgrade to a new smartphone every year by paying a fixed monthly fee.
Leica has introduced its first-ever rugged camera in Malaysia, the Leica X-U. What makes the X-U particularly interesting from other Leica cameras is its ruggedness: it is waterproof, shock-resistant, dust-sealed, and even freeze-resistant. This is one Leica you will not mind bringing to the beach, and it’s pretty affordable as well – for a Leica, that is.
honor, the well-known sub-brand of Huawei, has just launched two of its latest devices in Malaysia: the honor 5X and honor 7 Enhanced Edition. Unfortunately, the retail prices of these devices have not been officially revealed yet, although the honor 5X has been listed for sale.
MSI has just launched its first-ever physical store in Malaysia. Located on the second floor of Plaza Low Yat, the store features a plethora of the company’s laptops in addition to several peripherals by its partner, SteelSeries. Interestingly, this is only the first of many more MSI stores to come in Malaysia.
Intel will once again be participating at the 2015 Malaysia IT Fair, which will be the final IT sales and exhibition event of the year. Besides showcasing the company’s latest technologies, Intel will also be announcing amazing deals for those who purchasing a device at its booth.