As we getting deeper into the second half of the year, ASUS is also prepping up a number of new Android tablets will be released in Malaysia within the next few months. According to the revelation by ASUS Malaysia during a media session earlier this week, there will be a total of six tablets that will be made available through the company’s Transformer, MeMO Pad, and Fonepad series.
According to previous rumours, NVIDIA is apparently planning to release a follow up to its Shield Portable handheld gaming machine that the company first introduced to the world at CES 2013. Instead of adopting the gamepad design that made Shield Portable known throughout the world, the new product will come in the form of a tablet.
Well, looks like the rumours is true after as the company has officially unveiled the brand new NVIDIA Shield Tablet last night.
This may be a bit late but if you’ve always wanted to get the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite but haven’t already done so, Celcom is now offering the tablet with its device bundles, offering the RM699 tablet from as low as RM138. The telco is offering the Tab 3 Lite with its data plans from as low as RM48 a month.
As odd as it may seem, Apple and IBM have recently struck a partnership to tackle the mobile enterprise market. Both companies claim that the new partnership is not only complementary to their companies, but also to the end users as well.
Given the differences between Apple and IBM’s target markets and businesses ever since their rivalry on the first personal computer, this partnership is definitely surprising.
As you might have heard, the new Microsoft Surface Pro 3 will be made available in Malaysia in late August but our first hands-on experience with the device took place a month ago during Computex 2014 in Taiwan. Alongside that, we also have captured a very detailed walkthrough of Surface Pro 3 design and features by Brian Hall, the General Manager of Surface team at the tablet’s Taiwanese media launch event.
It is slightly longer than our average videos but nevertheless, it is a good watch if you always been wondering what Surface Pro 3 is able to do and how it is like in action. Priced from RM 2729, the Surface Pro 3 is now available for pre-order at selected retailers throughout Malaysia.
An interesting tip has arrived into our inbox just moments ago: apparently Acer is preparing to release two new devices in our market in the form of Acer Liquid E3 smartphone (shown above) and Iconia A1-713 tablet. The anonymous tip didn’t mention any actual release date but the sender sure did include several photos of both devices in action.
So, someone has jumped the gun earlier today. Nevertheless, the official info has finally arrived from Microsoft Malaysia few hours ago and it pretty much confirmed the pricing that we heard from senQ and Senheng folks: the official RRP for Surface Pro 3 will start from RM 2,729 onwards.
In addition to that, Microsoft Malaysia has also revealed the full list of retailers throughout the country that will begin to accept pre-orders from tomorrow, 1 July onwards.
While there was a slew of announcements back to back to back at the keynote of Google’s largest event of the year, the I/O developer conference, the attention was always on its next iteration of Android. With each new version introducing new and better features, Android L is said to be the biggest redesign yet for the mobile platform – and that’s just scratching the surface.
Samsung announced quite a few additional accessories for the Galaxy Tab S at the global launch in New York. It has now revealed that all of those accessories will be making their way to Malaysia, the first of which will be arriving next month. We covered the news of the Samsung Level series of premium audio peripherals last week; and information about the Galaxy Tab S Book Cover, Soft Cover, and Bluetooth keyboard has just arrived with the official Malaysian launch of the Galaxy Tab S yesterday.
It’s time once again for Google’s annual I/O keynote and usually what that means is that we get a look at what the team has been up to for the next version of the very popular Android mobile OS. It hasn’t been named just yet, but following naming conventions it should start with the letter L.