Looks like Xiaomi Malaysia is finally bursting into life this holiday season. After being quiet over the past few months, the company has not only announced the arrival of the Redmi Note 4G and the massive 16,000mAh Mi Power Bank, it has also prepared a treat for its Malaysian fans: the Mi Band will also be making its way here.
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.
Lenovo may not be as big as Samsung or Apple in the smartphone industry, but this new member of the Lenovo family, the Vibe X2, may be worth at least a second glance. With a rather interesting design language and the processing power to complement it, this smartphone might surprise a few cynics out there.
Gamers looking for headsets to go with their Xbox Ones might be in for a delight as Razer has just announced the Razer Kraken stereo gaming headset for the console. The headset will be aesthetically similar to the Chroma version, save for the multi coloured lighting options and the 7.1 virtual surround sound technology.
Excited about the Sony A7 II that was announced last month? Well, Sony Malaysia has just opened up its preorders for the camera, allowing you to get it from RM5,299 (body only), all the way up to RM9,399 (A7 II with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* FE 24-70mm F4 Za OSS and HVL-F32M), all preorders will also come with freebies.
Like it or not, Facebook is possibly one of the most used service by everyone around the world. Whatever topics and stories that goes on will definitely pop up in Facebook, and sometimes, you’ll even see the breaking news on the social network even before it hits official news portals. Facebook recently posted up its very own year in review for the year 2014, which shows the most talked about topics around the world including the unfortunate Malaysia Airlines tragedies, World Cup, Ice Bucket Challenge and more.
You know how painful it is to take out your phone to snap a video only to discover that you’re running out of space? Dropbox has just given its Carousel app an update that will help you delete photos that it’s already backed up, so you can have more storage on your phone to record all the videos and snap all the pictures you want.
Earlier this year, AORUS Gaming which is essentially a gaming sub brand of GIGABYTE stormed into CES 2014 armed with a slim but highly powerful 17-inch gaming laptop called X7. Few months after that at Computex 2014, the company followed up with a refresh for the X7 as well as new models with smaller display sizes called X3 and X3 Plus.
So, what’s next then? Well, we have a reason to believe that brand’s next product might be called AORUS X5 and is set to be unveiled to the world very soon.
Calling all shopaholics and those of you who wish to sell your unused and second-hand / “preloved” goods, Carousell, a popular marketplace app from Singapore, has officially made its way into Malaysia. For shopaholics, shopping has just gotten a whole lot easier, and for those who own shops or are simply doing your year-end spring-cleaning, selling is as easy as snap and share – Carousell says that it takes just 30 seconds or even less to put an item out for sale.