iPad: We Love You at Work too (Maxis10 Montage)

This is another video montage made for the iPad review. If you miss the first one, it’s available here. This time around, it’s a 2-minute video on how iPad is used at the workplace or office. Based on the feedback, it seems like iPad can be a good supplementary tool for some daily tasks in the office especially when your good old PC just gives up on you. Of course, the availability of various apps make it even more desirable than Desire. 🙂 The Video

Cheaper iPad: The New Price List in Malaysia

In line with price cut of iPad in the US (with the release of iPad 2), the iPad price in Malaysia has also been reduced. The iPad WiFi 16GB for exampled, has been reduced by RM350 to RM1199, making it more affordable to Malaysians. The iPad WiFi+3G 16 GB is now available at RM1599 as compared to RM1999 before this. The updated price list from Apple Store Malaysia is as follows. So would you get an iPad or rather wait for iPad 2 to arrive in Malaysia?  

iPad 2 vs. iPad – The Specs Comparison and What’s Tasty

Apple has really made some good changes to the iPad 2, the second generation of its successful iPad brand. iPad 2 is thinner, lighter and faster, fulfilling much of the craves that iPad users wanted. It runs on Apple A5 1GHz dual-core processor which is said to be twice faster than the first version of iPad with much better (9x) graphics performance. The pricing in US is retained, starting at $499 (the price for iPad is expected to be slashed!)  However, iPad 2 still doesn’t include USB ports (perhaps you don’t need one). iPad 2: What’s Tasty? Now that iPad 2 is 33% thinner than the original iPad plus with the improved CPU, Apple has also included some other “tasty” features in the new iPad.…

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Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 Windows 7 Tablet for Professionals

Fujitsu has just recently announced its new business-oriented Windows 7 tablet – Fujitsu STYLISTIC Q550 slate PC. It is boasted with high security standards and multiple touch computing. Fujitsu Stylistic Q550 is specifically designed for business use rather than the usual “entertainment-based” tablet market. What are the selling points? 10.1-inch WXGA multi-touch screen with anti-glare coating The latest Intel ATOM CPU (Oak Trail) Advanced Theft Protection (ATP) plus optional embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Built-in fingerprint and SmartCard readers This tablet can also last for about 10 hours and comes with a handwriting recognition app. It is expected to hit the global market in April 2011 and would cost around $699 Euro. The Video Teaser

As Seen on GeekChicTV – The Web Show for Geek Girls

I was featured in the demonstration of TalkBox App for iOS (iPhone app but works on iPad) on GeekChicTV (episode 2) and thought of introducing you all with the new webshow in town. GeekChicTV is the first webshow in the Asia  Pacific (launched not so long ago), which is specifically made for “women and tech” and “women in tech”.  It’s hosted by two lovely geekettes, Ling and April, shot and edited by Nigel Sia. You’ll see the two geek girls sharing with you the latest trends and news about tech gadgets, social media and the web. I personally like the concept and would love to see GeekChicTV grows. All the best to the team! You can visit their official webpage for the latest episodes and…

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iPad: Touch Your World in a Whole New Way (Montage)

Apple iPad is indeed one of the world’s best tablets around, especially with its stunning Internet browsing and multimedia viewing experience. It really allows you to “touch” your world in a whole new way and best of all, when it’s combined with Maxis WiFi modem, you can share those experiences with your good old friends. So, a special video montage was made to highlight this as part of the Maxis10 Review. It’s amateurish but it’s definitely satisfying. 🙂   The Video Montage And oh yeah, the whole video was shot using Samsung Galaxy S! Sorry, can’t afford to buy a HD video camera yet!

How to Manage and Check Data Usage of Maxis Broadband

Depending on the package you subscribe, you need to realise the data usage cap imposed due to the fair usage policy. Though the software that comes with the modem can monitor your usage, it is always advisable to do that via Maxis MyLaunchPad website ( Go to the website and click on My Account Sign In tab. Once you’re there, please sign up for a new account (if you don’t have one) using your SIM card serial number and Identity Card or Passport number. Once logged-in, you’ll be redirected to your Maxis Broadband Self-Care page. Here, you can manage your profile, make/view payments, upgrade your package, monitor usage and purchase additional data.   1. To Check Your Usage Go to View My Data Usage and…

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