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ASUS Malaysia bringing in Lyra and ROG Rapture GT-AC5300 into Malaysia on 1 September 2017 from RM1999Aug 04, 2017
This week, ASUS Malaysia has released two new routers called the Lyra, a whole-home WiFi system that enhances the signal, and the Rapture GT-AC5300, the first ROG router designed specifically for gamers. Sounds like what you're looking for? Read below to find out more.
Oct 06, 2016
VADS Lyfe and Cyberview Sdn Bhd recently launched the pilot of the Smart Traffic Analytics and Recognition System as part of Malaysia's Internet of Things initiative, particularly involving traffic. Imagine traffic lights that let the system know when they are broken and adaptive and intelligent traffic lights that change the sequence of traffic as or when traffic happens in real time. The system utilizes existing video camera systems with a few more additional cameras to make these decisions intelligently.
Sep 09, 2016
We have seen the new updated Apple iPhone line getting both a storage bump and a price cut on the Malaysian Apple online store. Apparently the iPads are also getting price updates and storage options as well. Price cuts up to RM 700 can be seen on selected models.
Jun 09, 2016
Like Samsung? Love special edition models? This is the news you should be reading. The Korean company has opened pre-orders of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Injustice Edition, as a promotion tie-in with the Injustice: Gods Among Us collectible card game.
Nov 26, 2015
The folks from iFixit are at it again, last week they tore down the Apple Pencil stylus open and now the Apple Smart Keyboard. How well did it go? Well, they aren’t impossible to be opened. But repairability wise, not so good.
Nov 12, 2015
Maxis has made a surprise move by inviting both Digi and Celcom to have a discussion on setting the industry standards for 4G LTE. 23 November 2015 will be the date and Maxis hopes that the three telco giants can have a meaningful meeting to allow them to determine how to measure coverage in various territories. Maxis also claims they only want to provide what’s best for their customers and “have a fair basis for choosing”.
Dec 04, 2014
Earlier this year, the OnePlus One stirred the market with its flagship killer features and affordable pricing. Now, we are hearing that the existing flagship will soon be replaced by the second generation model called the OnePlus Two. Company director, Carl Pei recently said that they were planning to announce the OnePlus Two in Q2 or Q3 next year. This confirms the earlier rumors about a Q2 2015 launch of the next OnePlus flagship.
“We are planning to announce the OnePlus Two in Q2 or Q3 next year,” Pei said. “So it is one year after this phone [OnePlus One].
OnePlus has not yet revealed anything about its upcoming flagship, but sources at Business Insider hint that the device will come with surprises. Meanwhile, the company is looking forward to launch the device in Malaysia. In fact, they have an opening for the position of General Manager in Malaysia at the moment. Given that OnePlus One is now available in India, we expect a Malaysia release soon as well. But if you can't wait for a few more months, you can purchase the device online for about RM1250 to RM1350 from third party sellers.
Nov 25, 2014
The OnePlus One sparked the revolution of flagship smartphone features and tech specs at affordable pricing with many other smartphone manufacturers following in their footsteps. Based on current stats, the OnePlus One has already sold 500000 units, when originally they only wanted to achieve 100000. However, while the OnePlus One is still fairly flagship level, it is showing signs of age and OnePlus seem to be recognizing this by coming out with a teaser image for a new OnePlus device. According to the translation of the teaser image, OnePlus stated:
"The theory of evolution applies to all things in the world, including technological devices, so stay tuned!"
This could indicate that the OnePlus Two or a OnePlus Tablet could be coming soon. While it is still too early to say what tech specs, features, Malaysia release dates or pricing will be available, many think that the new device will utilize 64-bit components. This could mean a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 4GB of RAM (which is one of the advantages of a 64-bit system) and a 20.7MP rear camera. Stay tuned for more details as we'll let you know as soon as we do.