As a global force in computer and software technology for both consumer and enterprise, Microsoft has plenty of establishments throughout the world. However, Redmond is where Microsoft considers as its hometown since the Pacific Northwest city is the location of the company’s corporate headquarters. We recently visited the massive campus and had a glimpse of what it feels like to be among the Microsofties right at the heart of Microsoft.
Earlier this month, we have seen two new Windows 10-based Microsoft Lumia smartphones made their appearance on SIRIM’s database in the form of Lumia 550 and Lumia 950. Apparently, there is also another model that has also gone through SIRIM’s certification not long after that which turns out to the next flagship model for the series, the Lumia 950 XL.
The name Fujitsu does not always pop-up when one is in the market for a hybrid tablet, but it seems the company is aiming to change that with the Stylistic R726. Looking at the specifications of this tablet, this might just be a formidable competitor to the Surface Pro 4 and the iPad Pro.
Local telco Maxis is now offering the Huawei G8 on Zerolution for a low monthly rate of RM107. Announced at IFA 2015 and launched in Malaysia weeks ago, the G8 has a fingerprint sensor. It is a more affordable mid-range device compared to the Huawei Mate S that was unveiled at the same time.
Nvidia has added a new version of its Shield Tablet. Previously, Nvidia launched its older Shield Tablet and called it “the ultimate tablet for gamers”. The tablet generally had good impressions among consumers. However, Nvidia had to recall almost every single Shield Tablet earlier this year due to a potential battery fire hazard. So what does Nvidia bring in its updated version of their gaming tablet?
HyperX recently launched a new USB flash drive which will be included in its Savage line. The HyperX Savage USB flash drive is the latest product in the lineup, which also includes products like DRAM, SSDs and gaming peripherals. HyperX typically reserves the Savage branding only for its fastest products.
Starting from today onwards, Google Play customers in Malaysia might be able to purchase apps and in-app products at a much lower price. This is due the fact that Google has lowered down the minimum purchase price for apps and in-app products on Google Play for Malaysian market.
While many might have heard of ASUS ZenWatch series, the Taiwanese company actually has another wearable device under its sleeve called VivoWatch. Based on several hints that were posted on ASUS Malaysia’s Facebook page since earlier this week, it seems that the device will be released into our market soon.