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  • Tipster says Apple could launch iPad mini Pro next year with a 120Hz refresh rate display

    Tipster says Apple could launch iPad mini Pro next year with a 120Hz refresh rate display

    The latest Apple iPad mini faced some challenges at launch with various screen issues. Next year, the successor might come with a tech spec to ensure no such problems happen again. According to a report, the next iPad mini might upgrade its display to one that supports a 120Hz refresh rate.

  • OPPO's next-gen under-screen camera technology explained

    OPPO's next-gen under-screen camera technology explained

    Since phone brands are still working on under-screen camera technology, it hasn't really made a breakthrough yet in the smartphone industry. Today, OPPO has finally unveiled its next-gen under-screen camera technology. Here's what we know about it so far.

  • Looks like Redmi smartphones released this year won't come with an LCD display?

    Looks like Redmi smartphones released this year won't come with an LCD display?

    It seems that Redmi’s product manager might have confirmed that Xiaomi had no plans to release a Redmi smartphone that’s equipped with an LCD display. That said, all of the smartphones released under the Redmi lineup will come equipped with an OLED display instead.

  • Should you get a flat or curved screen monitor?

    Should you get a flat or curved screen monitor?

    When getting a monitor for general use, gaming, or content creation, you're going to have to pick between a curved or a flat-screen monitor. While they each have their own advantages and disadvantages, which of these monitors could benefit you the most?

    In this article, we'll talk about the differences between a curved and flat-screen monitor and see which of them is more suitable for you. With all that out of the way, let's get straight to it.

  • GSC allows customers to play console games at their cinemas from only RM188

    GSC allows customers to play console games at their cinemas from only RM188

    GSC has officially announced Big Screen Gaming on their Facebook page, where you can play console games at their cinemas starting from today onwards from the price of RM188. As of now, there are only 4 locations where the service is being offered such as the Queensbay Mall, Ipoh Parade, AEON Bandaraya Melaka, as well as the Paradigm Mall Johor.

  • Stadium Full Screen Browser will be removed on the Apple Apple Store very soon

    Stadium Full Screen Browser will be removed on the Apple Apple Store very soon

    Creator of the Stadium Full Screen Browser app has recently posted a tweet on the their Twitter account, stating that Apple will be removing the app from the Apple App Store. For those who are not in the know, the aforementioned app allows users to access Stadia, which is a Google cloud gaming service on their iOS device.

  • ASUS officially unveiled the ASUS ZenBook Duo series with dual display from RM4699

    ASUS officially unveiled the ASUS ZenBook Duo series with dual display from RM4699

    ASUS officially unveiled the ASUS ZenBook Duo series which comes equipped with two fully functioning display, an Intel Core i9 processor, and an RTX2060 graphics processor starting from the price of RM4699 and RM12999 for the Pro variant. One of the main selling points of the ZenBook Duo series would be the ScreenPad Plus, which is now much larger and comes with better performance compared to its predecessor.

  • Stand a chance to win RM800000 in prizes with OPPO Spin & Win contest

    Stand a chance to win RM800000 in prizes with OPPO Spin & Win contest

    Stand a chance to win up to RM800000 in prizes with OPPO’s Merdeka Fiesta Spin & Win contest, which starts from the 13 September until 16 September 2019. Prizes include products such as an OPPO Screen Protector, USB cables, 32GB Sandisk storage cards and many more up for grabs when you participate.

  • A broken screen protector could KILL you or leave you permanently disabled if it isn't changed

    A broken screen protector could KILL you or leave you permanently disabled if it isn't changed

    Recently, a post popped up on Facebook explaining how something as harmless as a piece of cracked screen protector led to an injury so severe that the user had to be hospitalized. The unfortunate user, who was playing a mobile game at that time had managed to cut himself with the damaged screen protector which was not changed even after it was shattered four months prior to the incident.

  • BENQ launches the W11000 4K projector with THX certification

    BENQ launches the W11000 4K projector with THX certification

    For home theatre goers, the options for projectors with good images quality may not come hand in hand with great sound. Which is why BENQ’s latest projector launch is a news to be celebrated, as the new W11000 from BENQ comes with both 4K technology as well as THX certification for great sounding movie in the home theatre.